Takane Hi Torque Clock Movement With Hands To Fit Dials Up To 24 Inches In Dia.
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- Easy to use
- Simple, quality construction
- Hands, hanger and hardware included
- Fits clock cases up to 5/16 inches thick
- Quartz accuracy
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Ideal for the crafter or as a replacement motor for large dial clocks, this reliable quartz movement, assembled in the U.S., is simple to install. The threaded mounting shaft measures 7/16 inches long and, because of the addition of hardware when you mount it, will require that the thickness of your clock case be no more than 5/16 inches. The diameter of the shaft is 5/16 inches and will require a slightly larger hole in your clock case so the shaft will slide through. Everything is included in this package: the clock, a pair of hands (see image) mounting hardware and hanger. The movement takes an AA battery (not included) and will run for years without attention. There is a simple time- setting wheel on the back. The movement measures a compact 2 inches square and the sturdy plastic case, not including the shaft, is only 7/16 inches thick. The minute hand measures 12 inches long and the hour hand is 9 inches long. Together they will fit a clock dial up to 24 inches in diameter. This offer includes 1 high quality quartz clock movement with hands and all necessary parts included.
Top Customer Reviews
Follow-up 3-19-17. Installed this today. Had a bit of a problem in the beginning because I didn't pay attention to the part of the instructions where it said to "tighten the hand shaft nut by hand, over tightening can cause the clock to stop". Well, because it is a hexagon nut I tightened it with a tiny wrench, And like they said; it stopped running. I loosened it and then tightened it firmly with my fingers. It's been running now for several hours. You'd think they would supply a knurled nut which is standard practice for hand tightening. Yes, I'm guilty, but who would think you'd need instructions on how to put a hex nut on a threaded shaft? If it continues to run for awhile I'll give it 4.5 stars.