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The next instrument was Sundials from Egypt which marked the daily progress of the suns movement across the sky. This method was known to be accurate and useful. You can still purchase clocks that look like sundials today. These were made of brass and only the rich could afford them. Briton transformed the brass dials with painted ones. These were inexpensive and clocks started being used for decoration as well as keeping time.
Weather protected large wall clocks allow you to decorate a backyard patio, deck or even a garage. These indoor/outdoor timepieces are excellent for families that do a lot of entertaining and barbecuing outside. These clocks may come with separate smaller dials for temperature and relative humidity. If it is an atomic clock it will keep precise time and adjusts itself several times a day using radio signals from the U.S. Atomic Clock in Boulder, CO. It will adjust for Daylight Savings Time automatically.
When wading through the various options, lots of which were not mentioned in this article, there is only one thing you should do to help you decide. Visualize. Picture the room you want to create and then find a clock that makes this goal a reality.
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