Tidal Clock
And How Tide Clocks Work


Whatever your relationship with the sea, it is always important and useful to know the current position of the tide. Buy one of these tidal clocks for yourself or as a gift to someone who enjoys sailing, fishing or simply being near the sea, and you'll be getting something that will be useful for many years to come.

How does a tide clock work?

Due to the fact that the gravitational pull of the moon on the oceans is the major influence on the tides, tidal clocks work by timing the aparent motion of the moon around the earth. The actual true orbit of the moon takes 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes and 2.8 seconds, (ie 29.53 days) but as the earth is spinning on its own axis too, the moon appears to rise and set every day as the earth turns, in a similar way to how the sun appears to rise and set every day. The direction of the moon's actual 29.53 day cycle around the earth is the same direction as the turn of the earth''s axis. Therefore by the time the earth has turned once on its axis (which takes 24 hours), the moon has advanced around the earth a little. The advance of the moon in one day is 1/ 29.53 of its full cycle. The planet earth must therefore rotate for another 1/29.53 of a day (48.76 minutes) to arrive at where the moon was after the earth's initial 24 hour turn. You can take this further by realising that after these extra 48.76 minutes of the earth's travel, the moon has again moved forward a little more, but we're now getting into such exact figures that become slightly inappropriate when talking about the tide, as, although it the sun's influence is much less than that of the moon when it comes to tidal flow, the position of the sun does also have a small influence on the tidal flows.

The sun's effect on the timing of tides is greates at times of the last quarter and first quarter of the moon. At this point the moon and sun are at right angles to each other when viewed from earth. This causes the high tides to be lower than usual, and low tides to be higher than usual, and can cause differences of up to half an hour in expected high and low tide times.

Effectively then, we're talking about a period of around 24 hours 48.7 minutes between the moon appearing in the same part of our sky when viewed from earth. At first thought it would appear that this would give only one high tide per day, but in most areas there are actually two high tides and two low tides each day. This is due to the effects of gravitation on the solid body of the planet earth, and also the effect of centrifugal forces.

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America The Emancipation Proclamation And Changed The Course Of

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America The Emancipation Proclamation And Changed The Course Of

A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.

On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as “The Great Emancipator” did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation.

Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance.

In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking through this narrative as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln’s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

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Night of the Assassins: The Untold Story of Hilter's Plot to Kill FDR, Churchill, and Stalin

Night of the Assassins: The Untold Story of Hilter's Plot to Kill FDR, Churchill, and Stalin

<strong>The <em>New York Times </em>bestselling author returns with a tale as riveting and suspenseful as any thriller: the true story of the Nazi plot to kill the leaders of the USA, Great Britain, and the U.S.S.R. during World War II.</strong><br/><br/>The mission: to kill the three most important and heavily guarded men in the world.<br/>The assassins: a specially trained team headed by the killer known as The Most Dangerous Man in Europe.<br/>The stakes: nothing less than the future of the Western world.

The year is 1943 and the three Allied leaders—Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin—are meeting for the first time at a top-secret conference in Tehran. But the Nazis have learned about the meeting and Hitler sees it as his last chance to turn the tide. Although the war is undoubtedly lost, the Germans believe that possibly a new set of Allied leaders might be willing to make a more reasonable peace in its aftermath. And so a plan is devised—code name Operation Long Jump—to assassinate FDR, Churchill, and Stalin.

Immediately, a highly trained, hand-picked team of Nazi commandos is assembled, trained, armed with special weapons, and parachuted into Iran. They have six days to complete the daring assignment before the statesmen will return home. With no margin for error and little time to spare, Mike Reilly, the head of FDR’s Secret Service detail—a man from a Montana silver mining town who describes himself as “an Irish cop with more muscle than brains”—must overcome his suspicions and instincts to work with a Soviet agent from the NKVD (the precursor to the kilogramB) to save the three most powerful men in the world.

Filled with eight pages of black-and-white photographs, <em>Night of the Assassins</em> is a suspenseful true-life tale about an impossible mission, a ticking clock, and one man who stepped up to the challenge and prevented a world catastrophe.

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Price 23.99 CAD




Night Of The Assassins: The Untold Story Of Hitler's Plot To Kill Fdr, Churchill, And Stalin

Night Of The Assassins: The Untold Story Of Hitler's Plot To Kill Fdr, Churchill, And Stalin

<strong>The <em>New York Times </em>bestselling author returns with a tale as riveting and suspenseful as any thriller: the true story of the Nazi plot to kill the leaders of the USA, Great Britain, and the U.S.S.R. during World War II.</strong><br/><br/>The mission: to kill the three most important and heavily guarded men in the world.<br/>The assassins: a specially trained team headed by the killer known as The Most Dangerous Man in Europe.<br/>The stakes: nothing less than the future of the Western world.

The year is 1943 and the three Allied leaders—Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin—are meeting for the first time at a top-secret conference in Tehran. But the Nazis have learned about the meeting and Hitler sees it as his last chance to turn the tide. Although the war is undoubtedly lost, the Germans believe that possibly a new set of Allied leaders might be willing to make a more reasonable peace in its aftermath. And so a plan is devised—code name Operation Long Jump—to assassinate FDR, Churchill, and Stalin.

Immediately, a highly trained, hand-picked team of Nazi commandos is assembled, trained, armed with special weapons, and parachuted into Iran. They have six days to complete the daring assignment before the statesmen will return home. With no margin for error and little time to spare, Mike Reilly, the head of FDR’s Secret Service detail—a man from a Montana silver mining town who describes himself as “an Irish cop with more muscle than brains”—must overcome his suspicions and instincts to work with a Soviet agent from the NKVD (the precursor to the kilogramB) to save the three most powerful men in the world.

Filled with eight pages of black-and-white photographs, <em>Night of the Assassins</em> is a suspenseful true-life tale about an impossible mission, a ticking clock, and one man who stepped up to the challenge and prevented a world catastrophe.

<br/>

Price 36.99 CAD


Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months that Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months that Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.<BR><BR>On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as “The Great Emancipator” did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation.<BR> <BR>Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance.<BR> <BR>In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking in these pages as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln’s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

Price 56.95 CAD


When The Seas Rise: Global Changes And Local Impacts

When The Seas Rise: Global Changes And Local Impacts

<div>The University of Florida has an ambitious goal: to harness the power of its faculty, staff, students, and alumni to solve some of society''s most pressing problems and to become a resource for the state of Florida, the nation, and the world.<BR>  <BR> Sea levels are rising around the globe, and in Florida-with its 1,200 miles of coastline and mostly flat topography-this is of particular concern. The state depends on coastal cities, where 75 percent of the population lives and where more than four-fifths of its economic activity takes place. When economists tally up the probably costs of rising seas, they rank Florida as the most vulnerable state in the nation and Miami as one of the most vulnerable major cities in the world.<BR><BR>When the Seas Rise takes us on an alarming journey from the dying coastal forests, where salt-killed tree trunks stand like sentinels of a retreating army, to the high tide-flooded streets of cities from St. Augustine to Key West. Meet the scientists at the University of Florida-researchers in biology, geology, entomology, horticulture, urban and regional planning, as well as other fields-who, along with other experts around the state, are planning for the sea change already upon us and the greater changes to come. They are working around the clock to predict how global climate shifts will affect the state; to protect drinking water and slow the effects of flooding; to develop new ways to farm; to save our butterflies, sea turtles, Key deer and other endangered creatures; to preserve the state''s economy; and to assist coastal dwellers plan future havens for the people and wildlife of Florida.<BR>  <BR> The stories chronicled in GATORBYTES span all colleges and units across the UF campus. They detail the far-reaching impact of UF''s research, technologies, and innovations-and the UF faculty members dedicated to them. Gatorbytes describe how UF is ongoing to build on its strengths and extend the reach of its efforts so that it can assist even more people in even more places.<BR>  </div>

Price 22.50 CAD


Night Of The Assassins: The Untold Story Of Hitler's Plot To Kill Fdr, Churchill, And Stalin

Night Of The Assassins: The Untold Story Of Hitler's Plot To Kill Fdr, Churchill, And Stalin

<strong>The <em>New York Times </em>bestselling author returns with a tale as riveting and suspenseful as any thriller: the true story of the Nazi plot to kill the leaders of the USA, Great Britain, and the U.S.S.R. during World War II.</strong><br/><br/>The mission: to kill the three most important and heavily guarded men in the world.<br/>The assassins: a specially trained team headed by the killer known as The Most Dangerous Man in Europe.<br/>The stakes: nothing less than the future of the Western world.

The year is 1943 and the three Allied leaders—Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin—are meeting for the first time at a top-secret conference in Tehran. But the Nazis have learned about the meeting and Hitler sees it as his last chance to turn the tide. Although the war is undoubtedly lost, the Germans believe that possibly a new set of Allied leaders might be willing to make a more reasonable peace in its aftermath. And so a plan is devised—code name Operation Long Jump—to assassinate FDR, Churchill, and Stalin.

Immediately, a highly trained, hand-picked team of Nazi commandos is assembled, trained, armed with special weapons, and parachuted into Iran. They have six days to complete the daring assignment before the statesmen will return home. With no margin for error and little time to spare, Mike Reilly, the head of FDR’s Secret Service detail—a man from a Montana silver mining town who describes himself as “an Irish cop with more muscle than brains”—must overcome his suspicions and instincts to work with a Soviet agent from the NKVD (the precursor to the kilogramB) to save the three most powerful men in the world.

Filled with eight pages of black-and-white photographs, <em>Night of the Assassins</em> is a suspenseful true-life tale about an impossible mission, a ticking clock, and one man who stepped up to the challenge and prevented a world catastrophe.

<br/>

Price 39.50 CAD


Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.

On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as “The Great Emancipator” did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation.

Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance.

In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking through this narrative as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln’s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

Price 92.99 CAD


BM165130 23.6 x 2.7 x 11.8 in. Tick Tock Metal Wall Clock - Brown

BM165130 23.6 x 2.7 x 11.8 in. Tick Tock Metal Wall Clock - Brown

Time And Tide Waits For None.As It Is Said Bring Home This Wall Clock To Fill Up The Black Space Of Your Wall With A Useful Item.This Materpiece Can Is Best For Your Living And Compact Bedrooms As It Is Useful To Hang Clothes That Are Not Readily Folded.This Vintaged Style Wall Clock Bring A Bit Of Texture And Rustic Appeal To Your Walls With Multipurpose Usage.It Is The ideal Piece For Your Timeless And Traditional Aesthetic.Includes:Single Item Only

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The Timeseer's Gambit

The Timeseer's Gambit

It''s been three months since mild-mannered Christopher Buckley began working with Olivia Faraday, the eccentric Deathsniffer. They''ve hunted killers, solved murders, and learned to work together. But their greatest challenges are yet to come... As a brutal heat wave wracks an increasingly unstable Darrington City, someone is killing young priests. Worse, they are using bound elementals to do it. As Chris and Olivia contend with rogue spiritbinders and a church under siege, the clock ticks down toward the trial of Doctor Francis Livingstone, accused of orchestrating the fall of the Floating Castle and the death of thousands. Chris believes the doctor is innocent, but the tide of the conspiracy aligned against him is strong enough to wash away anyone who would stand for him. How far is Chris willing to go to save the doctor? Can Darrington city survive the rival forces tearing it apart? And can Olivia find her first serial killer before another body drops?

Price 24.99 CAD


Bey-Berk International WS118 Quartz Clock Tide Clock and Barometer with Thermometer - Oak Wood

Bey-Berk International WS118 Quartz Clock Tide Clock and Barometer with Thermometer - Oak Wood

Our products are ensured for reliability and durability which has high quality and standard. Our products are designed with the up to date designs and creativity. We always work towards to fulfill the requirements of our end users.

<b>Specifications</b>
  • <b>Color:</b> Oak Wood
  • <b>Movement:</b> German movement
  • <b>Dimension:</b> 6 x 2 x 16 in.
  • <b>Weight:</b> 5 pounds

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Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months that Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months that Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.<BR><BR>On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as “The Great Emancipator” did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation.<BR> <BR>Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance.<BR> <BR>In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking in these pages as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln’s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

Price 56.95 CAD


Serpent in the Heather

Serpent in the Heather

Now officially working for the Secret Intelligence Service, Kim Tavistock is back to solve another mystery—this time a serial killer with deep Nazi ties—in the sequel to At the Table of Wolves.<BR><BR>Summer, 1936. In England, an assassin is loose. Someone is killing young people who possess Talents. As terror overtakes Britain, Kim Tavistock, now officially employed by England’s Secret Intelligence Service, is sent on her first mission: to the remote Sulcliffe Castle in Wales, to use her cover as a journalist to infiltrate a spiritualist cult that may have ties to the murders. Meanwhile, Kim’s father, trained spy Julian Tavistock runs his own parallel investigation—and discovers the terrifying Nazi plot behind the serial killings.<BR> <BR>Cut off from civilization, Sulcliffe Castle is perched on a forbidding headland above a circle of standing stones only visible at low tide. There, Kim shadows a ruthless baroness and her enigmatic son, plying her skills of deception and hearing the truths people most wish to hide. But as her cover disguise unravels, Kim learns that the serial killer is closing in on a person she has grown to love. Now, Kim must race against the clock not just to prevent the final ritual killing—but to turn the tide of the looming war.

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Serpent in the Heather

Serpent in the Heather

<b>Kim Tavistock, now officially working for the Secret Intelligence Service, returns to solve another mystery—this time, the case of a serial killer with deep Nazi ties, in this sequel to At the Table of Wolves.</b><BR><BR>Summer, 1936. In England, an assassin is loose. Someone is killing young people who possess Talents. As terror overtakes Britain, Kim Tavistock, now officially employed by England’s Secret Intelligence Service, is sent on her first mission: to the remote Sulcliffe Castle in Wales, to use her cover as a journalist to infiltrate a spiritualist cult that may have ties to the murders. Meanwhile, Kim’s father, trained spy Julian Tavistock runs his own parallel investigation—and discovers the terrifying Nazi plot behind the serial killings.<BR> <BR>Cut off from civilization, Sulcliffe Castle is perched on a forbidding headland above a circle of standing stones only visible at low tide. There, Kim shadows a ruthless baroness and her enigmatic son, playing her skills of deception and hearing the truths people most wish to hide. But as her cover disguise unravels, Kim learns that the serial killer is closing in on a person she has grown to love. Now, Kim must race against the clock not just to prevent the final ritual killing—but to turn the tide of the looming war.

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Serpent In The Heather

Serpent In The Heather

Now officially working for the Secret Intelligence Service, Kim Tavistock is back to solve another mystery - this time a serial killer with deep Nazi ties - in the sequel to At the Table of Wolves.

Summer, 1936. In England, an assassin is loose. Someone is killing young people who possess Talents. As terror overtakes Britain, Kim Tavistock, now officially employed by England''s Secret Intelligence Service, is sent on her first mission: to the remote Sulcliffe Castle in Wales, to use her cover as a journalist to infiltrate a spiritualist cult that may have ties to the murders. Meanwhile, Kim''s father, trained spy Julian Tavistock, runs his own parallel investigation - and discovers the terrifying Nazi plot behind the serial killings.

Cut off from civilization, Sulcliffe Castle is perched on a forbidding headland above a circle of standing stones visible only at low tide. There, Kim shadows a ruthless baroness and her enigmatic son, plying her skills of deception and hearing the truths people most wish to hide. But as her cover disguise unravels, Kim learns that the serial killer is closing in on a person she has grown to love. Now, Kim must race against the clock not just to prevent the final ritual killing - but to turn the tide of the looming war.

Price 21.99 CAD


23.6 x 2.7 x 11.8 in. Tick Tock Metal Wall Clock - Brown

23.6 x 2.7 x 11.8 in. Tick Tock Metal Wall Clock - Brown

Time And Tide Waits For None.As It Is Said Bring Home This Wall Clock To Fill Up The Black Space Of Your Wall With A Useful Item.This Materpiece Can Is Best For Your Living And Compact Bedrooms As It

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Bey-Berk International WS120 Tide Clock and Thermometer with Hygrometer - Oak Wood

Bey-Berk International WS120 Tide Clock and Thermometer with Hygrometer - Oak Wood

Our products are ensured for reliability and durability which has high quality and standard. Our products are designed with the up to date designs and creativity. We always work towards to fulfill the requirements of our end users.

<b>Specifications</b>
  • <b>Color:</b> Oak Wood
  • <b>Movement:</b> German movement
  • <b>Material:</b> Oak wood
  • <b>Dimension:</b> 6 x 2 x 11 in.
  • <b>Weight:</b> 4 pounds

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Bey-Berk International WS116 Quartz Clock and Tide Clock - Oak Wood

Bey-Berk International WS116 Quartz Clock and Tide Clock - Oak Wood

Our products are ensured for reliability and durability which has high quality and standard. Our products are designed with the up to date designs and creativity. We always work towards to fulfill the requirements of our end users.

<b>Specifications</b>
  • <b>Color:</b> Oak Wood
  • <b>Movement:</b> United States of America movement
  • <b>Material:</b> Oak wood
  • <b>Dimension:</b> 6 x 2 x 11 in.
  • <b>Weight:</b> 4 pounds

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Weems and Plath 540300 Chrome Endurance 125 Time and Tide

Weems and Plath 540300 Chrome Endurance 125 Time and Tide

Combination quartz and tide clock movement which averages the Atlantic lunar tidal rhythyms. The tide sector is calibrated for the east coast of the United States of America. Uses a AA battery. (Note: The clock will work for other areas of tidal waters but will require to be reset more often.) Will never tarnish or corrode so it is maintenance free! weather proof and designed to be used outdoors Introduces the new Weems Slide n Lock attaching System with no visible attaching screws that enables for simple removal for adjustments storage and security Features a lifetime guarantee on finish and movements Specifications: Dial: 4-7/8" (125 mm) Base: six inches (152 mm) Depth: 1-5/8" (41 mm) weight: one 3/10 pounds (589 g)

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