NEW 471-050 Clock Movement by Hermle

NEW 471-050 Clock Movement by Hermle

(3 reviews)

$653.00

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NEW 471-050 Clock Movement by Hermle

The 471-050 Hermle movement is a Westminster Chime unit with 8 hammers on the back.
This high quality German movement comes pre oiled and includes its chains, leader, suspension spring and hand nut.

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471-050: $653.00

Hermle 471-050

The Hermle clock movement 471-050 is a Westminster Chime unit with 8 hammers on the back.

This high quality German movement comes pre oiled and includes its chains, leader, suspension spring and hand nut.

Removal of this movement is easy and we provide instructions for the installation. This movement is in stock and can ship today. We are full time clock makers and retailers both, so if you need any assistance with install we can help.

Replacing a movement is less costly than a overhaul. These movements last 25 years before needing an over haul, but since its still being made at a fair price it is so much better just to replace. The clock will be problem free right away instead of months, last longer than a overhaul and its pre-lubricated.

Additional information

Weight7 lbs
CM Length

94cm, 114cm

471-050 Movement

  • 94, 114cm Pendulum
  • 33.2mm Hand shaft
  • Plate Size 152 x 200mm
  • Chain Driven
  • Autonight Shutoff

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RANDY HARTOG
RANDY HARTOG
2 years ago

DO YOU HAVE AN 11 X 15 1/2 MOON DIAL THAT ATTACHES TO THE 471-050 MOVEMENT?

Teresa Longo
Teresa Longo
4 months ago
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My grandfather is going to be pleasantly surprised with this thank you.

Cyril Stewart
Cyril Stewart
3 months ago

I just purchased and installed a replacement Hermle 471-050 movement. However, the hands attach differently than the prior Hermle 471-050 movement (ca. 1994). Do I need to purchase a new hour hand for the new movement? Also, I did not receive instructions with the movement. I had the prior instructions for installation in the case but need more info on how to set and synchronize the time and chimes. Can you provide that?
Thanks,

Cyril