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Most Kieninger mechanical clock movements are available and in stock. However, some Kieninger clock movement availability fluctuates back and forth. For instance, the H series movement will be in production for awhile and then it will go dormant. In other words, it is made for a short period of time and then the manufacturer will cease production for a period… View Product

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  Hermle mechanical clock movements are among the finest movements made in the modern times. The German made Hermle mechanical clock movements units typically work night and day for 30 years without much complaint. To get an overhaul, like you normally would with any clock, is found to be a much higher cost. This is for good reason as it… View Product

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The intent of this post is to explain the Hermle Clock Code Letters that follow the movement number on Hermle movement. Sometimes customers think that if the new movement does not have the same letter as the old unit that it will not be the same. This is not always the case. This is what follows a typical Hermle number… View Product

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Chiming Pendulum Quartz Clock Movements – Replace, or improve an existing pendulum quartz clock. Or build your own clock creation. – Clockworks 

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One of the most common parts a Mechanical clock needs is the hand nut. As we said before, the older the clock the harder things are to find. So, the hand nuts Clockworks offer are for movements made after the 1930’s. There were not many standards on what the hand nut size should be on the early clocks. However, prior… View Product

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Seth Thomas Clock Movement – Post 1950 ST clock movements are still available. Please cross referance the movement number to the new number. – Clockworks

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The Mechanical Clock hands in the list below are sold by dial diameter size. Alternately, this is not the same method as a clock that operates on a battery. Instead, determine the hands for mechanical clocks as an after effect of measuring the dial diameter. Furthermore, a time track is the outer ring that clocks sometimes have just outside the… View Product

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Mechanical clocks with a ratchet wheel use clicks. This can mean a spring driven clock or a weight driven clock. Clicks keep it wound in only one direction. Both have a ratcheting function as in a wheel being able to turn one way only. It spins one way and makes a clicking sound when this is done. That clicking sound… 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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Super Torque Clock Hands – “I” Shaft quartz clock hands for High Torque battery operated quartz clock movements. – Clockworks

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Hole End Clock Mainspring – For a mechanical spring driven clock movements that have a barrel cover over the spring. – Clockworks

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High-Torque Quartz Clock Movement #HT1-AA – Compact and powerful quartz clock battery movement. Build or repair a larger sized quartz clocks. – Clockworks