(UPDATE: Our move has delayed this product introduction to Summer 2016). We will soon be adding on to our family of Frequency-Precise Power Inverters. Our new Model 1935-200W will be available in 2016. This new product is in response to requests from customers for a product that can power larger devices sensitive to power line […]
Over the last few months, we’ve seen a fascinating surge of interest in our Model 1930. Upon inquiry, we’ve learned that a very large proportion of our customers are overseas (England, Australia, New Zealand, Greece, Germany, France, Singapore, others), who are buying our Model 1930 to power one of many “flip clock” radios–the same style […]
The Model 1930 Frequency-precise Power Inverter makes it possible to use a synchronous electric clock of any voltage or frequency anywhere in the world. Using the Model 1930-115V, you can power a 115 Volt 60Hz clock in England, or Australia, or the Netherlands…anywhere the power mains is 230 Volts 50Hz. Or, you can power a […]
We have listed our Model 1900-110V for sale again in our eCommerce store! If you have been waiting for our 110 volt clock winder and slave clock driver to be available, it can once again be purchased on our website.
Exciting news! We have been working on a new series of Arabic-style Self Winding Clock Co. dials. Among them will be a beautiful 12.5″ round dial with “Official Time/Western Union” logo and red lightning bolt (no seconds bit). For the first time ever, we will be offering a 12.5 inch SQUARE dial! This one […]
Complete Plating Service – We do more than just plating! We restore damaged case components, including old plate, rust and corrosion removal, filling and repair. Fine alarm clock case and movement restoration. Results are absolutely stunning! Plating finishes offered – High quality, high luster or matte nickel, copper, and zinc electroplated finishes. Brass, gold, and […]
Specializing in complete movement and case restoration. Early tall case and English Bracket clock movements cleaned with NON-AMMONIATED cleaners only, to prevent damage to early cast brass and hand-fabricated components. Traditional movement polishing techniques used for fine German, English Bracket, and Vienna clocks. Case restoration materials match those of relevant period. No substitutes. Chelsea movements […]