Hermle Mechanical Clock Movements

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Hermle Mechanical Clock Movements

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 can be a large task to restore it. But as you see, since it's a modern day unit (German Post War) it can be available new for a very good price. So what happens is you get a new movement instead of Restoring the old one and you can get it in a few days instead of 6 months. You will save hundreds of dollars doing it also.

Hermle identification

Hermle clock movement identification is quite consistent. Since they always have the numbers, then a dash, then more numbers it is easy to discern a Hermle movement above all others. Basically if there is a dash in the movement number, and there are all numbers in the beginning with no letters like "A", it's a Hermle clock movements for sure. If there is an A before the number, then it can still be a Hermle, but with the Seth Thomas name and numbering system.

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