Maine Weather Stick
The Maine Weather Stick is a natural barometer which has been used to predict New England weather for many years. The sprig on the weather stick will point up indicating fair weather and down when foul weather is approaching. Weather sticks measure 2.25" long x 3/8" wide and can be mounted virtually anywhere using the pre-drilled nail hole. The size of the weather stick wood hole may vary since it is hand finished from Balsam Fir trees (usually the sprig is 1' long). This weather stick is nature's mind reader!
WEATHER STICKS MAKE GREAT GIFTS! BUY 3 OR MORE AND GET ONE FREE!
Posted by Jane Lormand on 18th Dec 2014
We have had our weather stick for 10 or more years and to say it has been the most unique purchase made to date is an understatement. Family and guests alike are always intrigued and amused by this and even more so when they see the accuracy of it. It has been one of the best conversation pieces so far! Thanks!
Unique and accurate weather forcasting for several years.
Posted by Dave Barker on 14th Nov 2014
I have had one for about 10 years now and it is still accurate. It's an excellent conversation item when company is here and everyone wants one. We have bought several for friends and family and they all enjoy it and comment on it's accuracy! There is even a local store here that is going to inquire about selling your product in their store.
It's a very unusual item that works well and not everyone has one. They make great gifts and are well received!
Excellent Gifts for Others
Posted by Unknown on 19th Dec 2013
These weather sticks are great gifts for others. My family thoroughly enjoys ours and enjoy introducing them to others. It's fun to watch the weather stick indicate the changes in weather, and in Kansas we get many weather changes! In our experience it's been quite accurate!
Amusing but not accurate
Posted by cjk on 24th Aug 2012
This certainly is a unique item. The stick does move up and down, but the movement seems to have little to do with accurately predicting fair or foul weather. Maybe it only works right in Maine :)
Posted by suzanne nagrocki on 5th Mar 2012
this item makes the best gift ever...they are so unique and a conversation piece.
i bought several for my family and one for me.