Quartz Clock Movements

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The following are accessories that fit the quartz clock movements that Clockworks offers. There are many different types of quartz movements on the market, hence we specifically state these items are for the movements that we sell. Of course Clockworks encourages organizations to offer clock building as a fun project. Therefore, each product is available with bulk pricing for schools… View Product

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Clockworks offers a variety of shapes and colors of clock dials and numerals. Of course the dials come in round, square, moon top and more. Many of the round dials have a choice of white, ivory or gold. Create a new dial out of any type of material and then use the numerals to finalize the look. Most of the… View Product

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The following are the QU30 Chiming Seiko Clock-Instructions. Please Note: The movement will not chime the quarter hours while the time is being set. Only the hourly chimes will operate during the setup process. The quarters will start when the clock is set and about 90 minutes after being left alone to chime on its own. Push the HOUR hand… View Product

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High-Torque clock hands are any minute hand over 5 inches. Of course, they need a strong battery movement known as High Torque. To get the correct size, measure the minute hand only, from the center of the mounting hole to the tip. Will receive one set of hands, minute and hour, from that one measurement. The hands we sell are… View Product

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Friction fit clock inserts fit into an existing hole. In other words, drill a hole into any object and just push the clock insert into it. The insert alone will be too loose of a fit so there is a rubber ring on the back side to fill the gap. Sometimes the rings will break or get lost and a… View Product

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The following is the basic installation for a chiming quartz movements from Clockworks. However, each unit is varied with the chime functions and speaker style. Therefore, the individual instructions need to be read for this information. Installation of the chime quartz clock movements is done in the following sequence. Hanger goes on the new movement first if there is one,… View Product

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Hearing a bonk, bonk, bonk all day and night? This is because the Quartz-pendulum hits the sides of clock-case with each swing of the bob. It may not stop the clock, the clock might work just fine, however the knocking sound of the pendulum hitting the sides of the clock case can be annoying. Lucky for us the correction is… View Product

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The best Hermle-quartz clock-movement-alternatives, or replacement are found in the list below. The list is in priority of the best replacement choice to the least. What this means is the closest to the old size, with the best sound quality has the best rating and is on top of the list. It also has the price in this order also,… View Product

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Removing A Hermle Quartz movement is done by removing a unique mounting nut. It is not the typical 6 sided hex nut like most units have. Instead, it is a nut that has slots on both sides of the hand shaft. It’s just a different way of securing the Hermle Quartz movement to the back of the dial. The slots… View Product

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This note explains quartz clock movement removal from the case. The following does not apply to quartz units made in Germany or inserts. To remove the movement, need access to the back of the clock and the front side of the clock dial. There are so many case designs it would not be possible to cover all of the different… View Product

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In essence, this is a quick step by step practical guide for the quartz clock movement installation. The first step is to get the old unit out of the way. Of course, this is done by removing the hands from the clock. Then remove the hex nut that is on the post where the hands were. In essence, the movement… View Product

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Please select the post length when ordering a new quartz clock movement. Of course, when doing quartz clock movement measuring, remember the post will need to be able to go through the thickness of the dial face. Also remember that the dial may or may not have a wood backing to it. With a wood backing the clock dial or… View Product