Mova Globe 4.5"
- Turns using ambient light
- Hidden magnets provide movement
- No cords or batteries
Political Map Blue: Bright imagery is the hallmark of this globe, as every nation is highlighted in its own color - from pink and orange to green and purple. This makes it easy to differentiate between one country and the next, but also gives the continents a lively appearance when placed atop a vibrant blue ocean backdrop. It’s completed with a glassy sheen, allowing the graphics to stand out even further.
Relief Map Blue: It's the world globes you remember as a kid, but with a sleek look and updated features that make it a modern decor must-have. Swirls of white and red lines show ocean currents, while each landmass is depicted in green and brown shades that show terrain features - every mountainous region and desert is clearly shown. This level of detail combined with vibrant colors make this MOVA Globe as attractive as it is informative.
Political Map Antique Yellow: We've taken the standard world map globe and created warmth through a diverse but vivid color palette. The landmasses pair against soft, yellow oceans and each nation is showcased through a combination of blue, green, and orange tones. It's a sunny deviation from the conventional, while still maintaining a classic charm.
Black & Silver: Equal parts dramatic and simple, this globe boasts a world map in silver amid a sea of the deepest black. It's a sleek choice for those who want a minimalist vibe, as well as collectors of world maps.
Antique Terrestrial Green: The soothing sea foam green color palette is the first thing people notice, and it offers a soothing and serene tone. Aside from its aesthetic appeal, this globe is also highlighted by its historical relevance. It depicts the three voyages taken by Captain James Cook in a design created by Giovanni Maria Cassini in 1790. A red ecliptic line is also present, showing the sun's position each day of the year.
- Antique map from 1790
- Features latitude and longitude lines
- Note there is no Antarctica because James Cook didn't believe it existed
Earth With Clouds: It's a vantage point that few will ever have the privilege of seeing–Earth, viewed from afar. This globe uses images taken from NASA for a direct look at our planet from space. Swirls of white clouds punctuate soothing green and blue colors. As the globe gently rotates, it creates an immersive visual experience. It's a customer favorite for its authentic beauty–it's as if you're traveling alongside the astronauts for a firsthand look at our impressive planet.
Uses Images from NASA