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Self Winding Clock Products
Clock Repair & Restoration
- About Ken’s Clock Clinic History & CEO Ken Reindel
- Clock Restoration – Precision in Detail
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Library Of Douments, Whitepaper & Recent News
- News & Articles
- Questions? Comments? Feedback?
Clock Restoration Services
Self Winding Clock Product Categories
- Clock Winders
- Frequency-Precise Inverters
- No. 6 Batteries–Made in USA
- Self Winding Clock Parts
Recent News & Blog Posts
- Ken’s Clock Clinic and COVID-19
- Schedule and Lead Times
- Very Happy Customers
- Orders and Shipping!
- My newly restored SWCC hesitates sometimes when it winds!
- The Model 1900WG-4.5V for NSWCC is here!
- How often should I clean and oil my Self Winding Clock Style F Movement?
- Folks, let’s stop the soldering!
- SWCC Bushing Tips
- Our New Thor and Hercules Frequency Converters
- Our New Athena 50Hz to 60Hz or 60Hz to 50Hz Converter
- Alkaline D batteries: Product Update
- 10 Year Anniversary of the Model 1900S
- How much will my clock movement restoration cost?
- The Model 1900G
- What can I realistically expect in my restoration?
- New Model 1930 Video Available
- New Shipping Address
- Coming soon: Winder for NSWCC Clocks!
- Relocation Update: We are up and running!
- No. 6 Dry Cells: Options for Vintage Clocks
- Coming: 200W Mains Frequency Converter
- “We’re sending you….Back to the Future!”
- Powering the Model 1930 from 12 Volts: The Williamson County Tower Clock Story
- Replica Self Winding Clock Co. Dials
- Our Model 1900W-110V is available again!
- New SWCC Arabic-style Dials are here!
- Self Winding Clocks – Background
- Plating Services
- German and English clocks, Chelsea Clocks
Documents & Product Guides
- Restoration of Vintage Alarm Clocks – Forward
- Antique Alarm Clock Plating Restoration
- Basic Electrical Principles for Self Winding Clocks
- #1697 (no title)
- Connecting Power To A 24 Volt Telco SWCC
- Guidelines for Maintaining Stromberg Minute Impulse Clocks
- How to Pack a Clock or Clock Movement for Shipping
- How to Reassemble Clock after Movement Restoration
- Introducing the Model 1900GS Synchronizing Battery Kit
- ITR Service Documents
- Model 1900s White Paper
- Restoration of a 1927 Style 1 Big Ben Alarm Clock
- Restoration of American Clocks
- Restoration Of Miniature Ansonias and Waterburys
- Powering Self Winding Clocks
- Self-Winding Clocks Frequently Asked Question #1
- Self Winding Clocks: Most Frequently Asked Questions
- Self Winding Clocks Repair Tips
- Self Winding Clocks Repair Tips 2
- The Hadacol Clock Story
- The Model 1900G White Paper
- The Model 1900S Background and Theory
- The Model 1900W Clock Winder White Paper
- The Stromberg Model 31 Case Study
- Walter Durfee and the Grandfather Clock