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Old Time Vermont Weather Sticks Set of 2 Sticks

Old-Time Vermont Weather Stick

Old Time Vermont Weather Sticks Set of 2 Sticks

Old-Time Vermont Weather Stick

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As fair weather approaches, our weather stick reaches toward the sky. When the weather begins to turn, the stick points to the ground. Changes in barometric pressure set it moving. Each slim stick comes with a brass nail for mounting outside on a wall or window frame. Vermont farmers keep one on the porch. Approx. 14", lengths will vary.

  • Barometric pressure makes it work
  • Up means sun's on it's way, down means the weather's turning for the worse

See at a glance what the weather's blowing in.

Old Time Vermont Weather Sticks Set of 2 Sticks


Fir Wood, Specially Harvested and Dried
Brass Nail Included


Instructions are included in package. Comes with brass nail. Mount with nail end up under an eave, on a window frame or on garage wall. Mount anywhere you can see it from inside the house. Stick may take a short time to "get used" to the location.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: Y

Cord Polarized: N


Manufactured In: USA - Vermont

Material - Country Of Origin: USA - Vermont

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simple Yet Precise! Bought this as a replacement Xmas gift for my mom. As simple as these sticks are, they are precise and durable weather gauges! January 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Even in the swamps of Louisiana they work! My dear friend, upon seeing these weather sticks, inquired of me if they really do work. Mind you, we both live in Central Louisiana. I traveled my way around the U.S., until I landed here, and met her. I grew up in New England, so I had seen these sticks in use, before, on Cape Cod. I can tell you with all certainty, after a week and a half of late-staying summer weather, cames the rains of what once was, Hurricane Patricia. Before this, the sticks had shown their vertical positive 45 degree movement and their 0 degree horizontal movement. As the storm approached, the sticks did indeed move to their negative 45 degree movement. She is now quite content to use them for her natural barometer. So now, even a Cajun princess can be assured that "something good' can come from Ye Olde Yankee New England. October 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Weather sticks I ordered some sticks because the one I had was broken, and it reminds me so much of the years I lived in the east. I bought a few for gifts as well, and everyone always raves about them! September 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by A wonder of nature When I first saw the ad for the Vermont Weather stick I thought I'd like to see for myself if it worked as advertised. Well it did and after I set one up on my porch my family and neighbors were amazed. I ordered 4 more and gave them away as gifts. Every one i gave to was overjoyed and amazed as I am. A great product that seems like it will work for years. Thank you VCS for stocking the hard to find items. I am always pleased at the service I receive from your store. June 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old-Time Vermont Weather Stick Great conversational piece. The ups and downs of it sure is fun to watch and with Ohio weather I must say it proves to be interesting. I bought extra for my friends. May 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by My grandmother's weather sticks.. I grew up in VT and my grandmother also a 4th generation Vermonter had these sticks at our camp and on her porch at home.When I got a home on my own , she gave me one and it just broke was about 30 yrs old! I just sent one to my grandson Jack who lives in ME to put on their log home and it feels like keeping a neat tradition alive. May 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by very interesting We put the weather stick on a post of our deck and "check it out" every day. Very unique and it really works. April 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by It really works I got these as a bit of a lark when I placed another order. We put one on the covered front porch - it really does change position with the weather! April 12, 2015
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Old Time Vermont Weather Sticks Set of 2 Sticks …

"I have wanted the Weather Stick since 1985, when on a trip to New England with my mom, I first got one. It broke a year or so later & I didn't know where or how to get others. Thanks, now I intend to give some as gifts so others can enjoy it!" - Beverly LaPoint, Arden, NC

"My Vermont weather stick came. IT WORKS! A great conversation piece! Thank you." - Winifred M. Pinkerton, Lititz, PA

"We received the Vermont Weather Stick as a gift, and we're currently in the middle of our first Indiana winter with our stick. So far, it's been right on the money. Down with bad weather, straight out as the weather begins to improve, and up when the weather is good. Fun to watch, and the grandkids are fascinated. I'm ordering some to give as gifts!" - Paulette Bowen, Indianapolis, IN

"As a user of the weather stick for decades, I have always relied on its accuracy to predict the changes in the weather. But my greatest joy is hearing back from students who've taken my suggestion and used the stick for a school project. Specifically, I've told them to take a regular barometer and set it alongside the stick. Using a cardboard chart with a graph on it, plot the position of the stick and the reading from the barometer for a few weeks. It can be noticed quickly how accurate the stick is as it returns to the same positions per readings on the barometer. All the kids report an A earned. This is a great teaching tool." - Jody, Woodstock, VT

"We have used this weather stick for 13 years -- same one. We go to Florida for the winter, set up our little weather station, and it never lets us down." - Paul Watson, North Bennington, VT

"We received one of these as a gift over 20 years ago. Since then, we have purchased probably 6 more. We gave 2 as gifts last year for Christmas, and I was today asked to purchase two more, as one of the receivers wanted two more for his sons. We live on a farm, and we watch it constantly, The first one we had for years was broken in a storm, so we purchased more. Everyone loves them, and so do we." - Patrica K Pyle, Stockton, MO