Imagine that you now have a weather "crystal ball" showing you the weather forecasts for your area.

No doubt it would be greatly helpful for planning various activities! Will it be boating or windsurfing weather this weekend?

Your Crystal Ball Weather Station does just that as it responds to atmospheric fluctuations similar to that of the age-old barometer!

Watch as the liquid sealed inside your crystal ball changes according to temperature and air pressure, allowing the observer to forecast the possibility of storms, rain, wind, clear skies or even snow! Now you can predict the weather for real, just like seafarers from years gone by!

Your spherical storm glass has a beechwood stand, making it an appealing gift or conversation piece for any room!

How to Predict the Weather:

  • Clear liquid: Bright and clear weather. 
  • Cloudy liquid: Cloudy, possible thunderstorms & rain.
  • Small dots in the liquid: Humid or foggy weather.
  • Large flaky crystals: Cloudy skies, snow in winter.
  • Threads of crystals at the top: Windy weather.
  • Crystals at the bottom: Frost may be coming.

Dimensions: Approx 15cm high (incl stand) by 12cm wide 

Recommended for ages 7 and up.

Flammable liquid, keep out of reach of children, read safety directions.


Barcode # 9323307086340
Brand SimplyCool
Shipping Weight 0.750kg

Crystal Ball Weather Station Reviews

I ordered both a

By: Erin R on 14 October 2020
I ordered both a colour change stress ball and the crystal ball weather station a week ago. It turned up today which was quicker then I had expected. It’s an awesome buy, it’s settling in my room as per the instructions, but I love it. Oh and the cute little stretchy squishy man bonus put a smile on my face. Thanks to the team at cool things again.

To my suprise it works well

By: Erin Rayner on 19 May 2020
I purchased this ‘storm glass’ with doubt it would actually work. To my suprise it works well. It’s near a window in my room and if I don’t have my heater on it perfectly predicts for me. Which is better then the 50% accuracy I was expecting with these types of ‘tool’

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