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The Urgos clock conversion chart is used when the old unit is not on the list. The numbers have changed each time they brought a movement back into production. The old number for the movement was used when it was made way back in the first production run. Then they stopped making them for a while until the demand got… View Product

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Urgos UW6/ series clock movement was mass produced in the 1950’s through the 1970’s. It was a popular unit for shelf clocks and wall clock applications because it was compact and ran a short pendulum. The spring driven Westminster movement runs for eight days on a single wind up. It chimes either Westminster only or three songs with triple chime…. View Product

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Urgos UW7/ series clock movement is a two weight small floor clock movement. These units were very popular in the 1960s and 1970’s. That alone puts it over the life expectancy of being a 25 year movement by far and needs to be replaced. If the movement is giving issues on top of this fact it is definitely time to… View Product

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Urgos Clock Movement units have identifications on the back plate of the unit itself. These movements are available new in only the floor clock models such as grandmother and grandfather clocks. This is the more involved way of getting to the correct new unit and takes some figuring out. The other way is just by the movement numbers and is… View Product