I know this is gonna make me out to be a cheepscake blowboater... (which I am BTW,)
I ordered a Weems & Plath clock and barometer set. They were the less expensive end of the spectrum but I was surprised when they came in at the poor quality. I could make the barometer needle move simply by turning the barometer slowly from side to side.
The clock was less impressive as the movement was the same dime store movement with a prominent 'China' mold
into it. It was non-adjustable so if it was off... you are outta luck.
I did not buy it, and paid to send it back.
I looked at several in WM, and was surprised to find that just as Talbot said, if you do not pay for the really good ones you are getting a cheaper movement (some of the really nice looking W&P ones had the same cheap
I found a 'temporary' clock that has continued to serve me well over 2 years later at... of all places... Staples Office Supply!
The Seth Thomas wall clock has a simple plastic enclosure, but (unlike the more expensive boat
clocks) had a good rubber gasket
that sealed the movement from humidity. It was advertised as an indoor / outdoor clock, and cost less then $20.
The movement is much nicer then the others I looked at. It also has an adjustment, which the others lacked. I have not had to adjust it, and in checking it against the GPS time it has been spot on for at least the length of time between being adjusted for DST.
I bought 2 of them, and have one hanging on the wall of my bedroom.
Don't see it on their web site right now, but did see this one
that might be similar....
THey also have this one
that might work