Product Information

  • Free hardware and hanger.
  • Free Hands up to 5 inch, if selected
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Threaded Shaft Diameter 5/16"

Dial Thickness

  • 1/16 inch thick
  • 3/16 inch thick
  • 5/16 inch thick
  • 9/16 inch thick
  • 3/4 inch thick

Size Post Needed

  • 3/16"
  • 5/16"
  • 7/16"
  • 11/16"
  • 15/16"
Clock Movement Post

Add the quartz clock movement to the cart, then come back and select hands from below

Low Torque (For dial diameters 3" to 10")

Takane Step Motion

(Great Quality) Item #M2

  • 1-3 Units = $11ea
  • 4-11 Units = $9ea
  • 12-24 Units = $7ea
  • 25-49 Units = $6ea
  • 50-99 Units = $5ea
  • 100+ Units = $4ea


M2 Low torque 2 1/8 x 2 1/8 x 1/2 quartz clock movement by USA Takane is ideal for schools and hobbyists to produce clocks. With this Quartz Clock Movement the second hand will jump from one second to the next.

Under 5" hands are free if you select them (See Below)

Clock Movement Post

Seiko Step Motion

(Best Quality) Item #M3

  • 1-3 Units = $13ea
  • 4-11 Units = $10ea
  • 12-24 Units = $9ea
  • 25-49 Units = $8ea
  • 50-99 Units = $7ea
  • 100+ Units = $6ea
Clock Dial

M3 is an Exceptional quality 2 1/8 x 2 1/8 x 1/2 quartz clock movement produced by Seiko. It is the best quality AA battery unit on the market. These Quartz Clock Movements will say SKP, this means Seiko Time Products.

Under 5" hands are free if you select them (See Below)

High Torque (Any dial diameter 3" to 36")

#HT1 Takane High Torque(Great Quality) Quartz Clock Movements

Takane high torque quartz clock movements that can run any size quartz hands we offer.

Clock hands are available below

#HT2 Seiko High Torque (Best Quality)

Quartz Clock Movements

These are the strongest AA Battery driven high torque movements. Can run any hand length we offer.

Clock hands are available below

#HT3 C Cell High Torque (Strongest)

Quartz Clock Movements

Strong C Cell quartz clock movements have a threaded post diameter of 7/16. The lengths are listed in the drop down menu.

Clock hands are available below


Continuous Sweep (Silent)

Quartz Clock Movements

Silent and does not "tick"

#M7 Low+High Torque

A Continuous sweep Quartz Clock Movements do not make a ticking sound. When a second hand is used, the second hand will sweep around the dial like a Rolex rather than jumping from one second to the next.

Clock hands are available below

Dial Thickness = Post Needed

  • 1/16" Dial = 3/16 Post
  • 3/16" Dial = 5/16 Post
  • 5/16" Dial = 7/16 Post
  • 9/16" Dial = 11/16 Post
  • 3/4" Dial = 15/16 Post


Low Torque Quartz Hands (Less Than 5")

Free Pair Per Movement

Clock Hands
Clock Hands

Item #H1
Clock Hands

Item #H2

Item# - H3
maltese

Item# - H4
Tapered Clock Hands


Item# - H5
Tapered Clock Hands

Item# - H6
Clock Hand Straight

Item# - H7
Clock Hands

Item# - H8
Clock Hands


Item# - H9
Clock Hands

Item# - H10
moon hands

Item# - H11
clock hands

Item# - H12
clock hands


Second Hands

1-11 $1.25 / 12-49 $.80 / 50-99 $.70 / 100+ $.60

Measured from the center of the post to the end

Second Hand
Item #SH1
Second Hand

Item #SH2
Second Hand

Item #SH3
Second Hand

Item #SH4
Second Hand


High Torque Hands (5" Plus)

Needs a High Torque Movement, comes with both hour and minute hands

Clock Hands
Clock Hands

Item #HTH1
Clock Hands

Tapered High Torque Hands

Item #HTH2
Tapered Clock Hands

Tapered High Torque 6 Inch $3.00

Item #HTH3
Spade Clock Hands

High Torque Spade Style

Item #HTH4
Spade Hands

Spade High Torque Hands


Item #HTH5
Clock Hand

Straight Hands 6 Inch

Item #HTH6
Clock Hands

Howard Miller Style


Quartz Assembly Instructions

  1. Place hanger on post (optional)
  2. Place black washer on post (optional)
  3. Put post through the clock dial face
  4. Slide the brass washer onto the post of the movement that is sticking out of the clock dial face
  5. Put hex nut on post and tighten to hold movement to the back of the clock face – you may use needle nose pliers to get a tighter fit, however do not crank it down so tight that it ruins the clock face.
  6. Push hour hand on the post (smaller of the 2 hands with round hole). This is a friction fit and should be pushed all the way down on the post without it touching the clock face.
  7. Put the minute hand on the post
  8. If using a second hand, skip to step 9. If you are not using a second hand, screw the cap nut on. You are done.
  9. If using a second hand, screw the small donut on top of minute hand and then push the second hand onto the pin in the center of the unit. You are done.

Clock Dial
Dial = The clock face that the movements post goes through.

Clock Dial
Post = Threaded portion on the movement that takes the hex nut.

Clock Dial
Hex Nut = A six sided nut that threads onto the movement post.

Clock Dial
Hanger = Included, but optional, steel part that allows the clock to hang.

Clock Dial
Hands = AKA needles and pointers. The hour and minute indicators.

Clock Dial
Second Hand = The optional skinny pointer that ticks out the seconds.