Large 6pc tweezer set with assorted shapes. Very useful set for reassembling movements and get the pivots back in there pivot holes.
#CT40 - $15
When staking or working on a mechanical clocks outer plates the choice of hard or soft tip come in very useful. This hammer has two sides, it has either a nylon end or a brass end.
#CT7 - $19
Good for cleaning pivot holes, can be sharpened to a fine point to get in the Smallest holes. Comes as a bundle.
#CT23 - $4
This magnifier can be worn over glasses. This fits over the head and will be the most convenient magnification for inspecting important components of the clock movement and parts. This quality tool is made here in USA. Distortion free acrylic lens that is coated for superior abrasion resistance. The lens is also coated for increased light transmission for a brighter image. It has a padded comfort band that is ratchet adjustable.
#CT17 - $19
Perfect tool for assembling clock movements and to push pivots into their holes either pulling backward or pushing forward during the assembly of the movement.
#CT15 - $8
Removes stubborn hands and gears in a straight motion. This Clock Tool is needed on many 400 day clock hands that are stuck on as well as pulling gears off of the back of chime movements.
#CT5 - $8
Works great on testing mantle or wall clock movements. Durable, practical, adjustable and well made.
#CT21 - $65
6pc pliers with various shaped ends for crimping or cutting. Very useful to get into tight places when locking in pivots or wire bending.
The cutting broach is the tool that is used to ream out a pivot hole to accept a bushing. The hole gets reamed larger to be able to install the new round bushing. Also to increase a bushing hole diameter as well. Comes in two sized sets, the smaller one is used for alarm clocks or large pocket watches.
Set of 12 needle files Clock Tools for various uses in clock repair. There are many assorted shapes.
#CT6 - $13
16 Piece set of anvils and stakes for clockmakers. 16 assorted punches: 4 flat-faced hollow, 10 round-faced hollow and 2 assorted hole closing sizes. Large hardened steel anvil with 10 holes of graduated sizes. Complete with wooden set holder.
#CT19 - $55
Clock Staking Set in a wooden closable container. These sturdy stakes have various hole diameters in the ends to fit the task at hand.
#CT22 - $55
Punch set to make a oblong pivot hole round again instead of installing the bushing. The movement plates would be separated for the punch set to be used.
#CT12 - $49
Clock repair crow foot tool. This is used on the bench for prying things apart and various uses. It is needed often but not really for anything specific.
#CT29 - $13
Four piece clock arbor picks. There are angles and loops to help get the pivots into the clock plate pivot holes.
#CT39 - $9
This 4inch digital caliper’s stainless steel construction allows you to get metric or SAE decimal readings even in harsh conditions. The easy-to-read digital display allows you to measure and convert from SAE to metric quickly and easily. Features include an automatic shut-off and a storage case for easy transport.
Although screwdrivers are common to us all, these are exactly what is needed. The trick to clock screws is the tips of the screw drivers need to be strong but have a thin tip. Read More »
The screwdriver needs to fit into the slot and also be close to the width of the screw head. If its to fat or to thin, or its not the same size as the screw head than the screw head will end up with tool marks or get stripped. Many of the antique clock movement plate screws are very hard to find replacements for. Be sure to always disassemble a clock movement into some sort of container so the parts will not drop or go missing. When to screws hit the floor they tend to bounce out of site never to be found again.
The magnetize / demagnetize tool is amazing, allowing screws to stay on the tips of the driver while aligning them with the mounting holes of the movement or part. It is hard to hold a screw into a threaded hole upright with fat fingers, while attempting to put the end of the screwdriver into the slot of the screw. The fingers get in the way and its frustrating, but with the magnetized screwdriver, the screw sticks to the end of the driver and gets aligned with the hole no problem. In fact when doing movement remounting there is many instances where it would be very hard to line up the screw with the screw hole without it. So below we offer the perfect screw drivers with the magnetize / demagnetize tool, no hunting around or trial and error in finding them.
This tool is easy to use and very effective. Stick the tool through it and the tool is now magnetized. Do it again and the tool is now demagnetized. Works great with the Multi-tip screwdriver.
#CT31 - $6
It is very useful to have a spinning top and be able to switch from various tips that are stored within the handle itself. Works great with the magnitizer we offer.
#CT30 - $14
These are the best set to remove movements from there clock cases. They reach into the mantle clock cases and cuckoo cases very well. It is not easy to find a perfect length screwdriver with the right size head.
#CT37 - $10
This is a very useful screw driver set with rotating tops. They are all 6 1/2 inches long but with various sized and strong tips, in both Phillip and regular style. It is hard to find the perfect screw drivers for clock repair as the tips of the screw drivers need to be strong but small. These can also be used with the magnitizer / demagnitizer for ease of putting screws in hard to reach areas like the clock case.
#CT42 - $13
Handle with 3 chucks covers about every key size. Put the chuck into the handle and then release the mainspring in a slow controlled manner in your grip. This is done by putting the tool onto the key post arbor and then gently releasing the click that holds the mainspring wound up.
#CT25 - $35
Used to release the power in a wound up mainspring. Key goes into the chuck and the chuck goes into the handle so you can let down the power of the spring. It does the same job as the let down with all the chucks. If someone were to take a spring driven clock apart without letting down the mainsprings, bad things may happen. The movement would get ruined and you can get your hands hurt.
#CT26 - $20
Winder for loop end mainsprings, to be used with the mainspring clamps. This is to take a unwound loop end mainspring and wind it up to get a clamp on. When the C clamp is on, it is much easier to manage in the clock movement assembly process.
There is no "safe" operation on this one. It is both dangerous and tricky.
You would use the great wheel, put it through the hole in the device, clamp it down with something under the clamp to protect the teeth of the wheel. Put the mainspring on it and the loop over the arbor of the device.
Use a mainspring key to wind the mainspring up on the great wheel that is clamped, when the mainspring is small enough put the mainspring clamp on it. Now the mainspring is wound and easier to put into the disassembled movement to reassemble again.
#CT1 - $10
These two 5 prong clock keys will wind almost all wall or mantle clocks. This is a useful key set when having many clocks, or do not want to be bothered figuring out a key size.
#CT7 - $19
This is a round steel tool that tapers to a sharp point with a wood handle on the other end. Good to mark what holes need bushings or scratch mark a identification.
#CT28 - $8
This 8" long tool is to enable the user to turn and adjust the minute hand bushing on German clock hands. It is a tapered square that tapers down to a point.
#CT27 - $13
Nylon head on one end and brass on the other for lighter duty projects. The steel handle has good handle that is none slip.
#CT20 - $9
Bubble level for help to put a clock into beat or just level it for an even tick tock. If the clock is showing level but the tick and the tock are not even, please read "how to put a clock in beat" in the help sections.
#CT33 - $1.
Readings of 0-25mm micrometer. Good for reading the diameter or thickness of many clock parts.
#CT24 - $15
The clock tools on this page with a good clock repair book will enable someone to do some basic clock repair. Read More »
Some clocks are spring driven and require special clock tools as listed below. When doing a clock repair on a spring driven clock movement, you would always need to release the power of the mainspring with the clock tool called the let down. Its called the let down clock tool as its made to let down the power of the mainspring in a safe and controlled manner.