This can be used as a replacement on many types of small pendulum clocks or on some Timeworks clocks that have a small hole above the number six on your clock face. Also has an upper rocker on top of the movement if you want to attach a novelty item that rocks back and forth as the pendulum swings (does not have to be used to keep accurate time). This movement will run hands up to 5″ long hands only. It takes press-on hands, sold separately above. If you have hands make sure the hour and minute hand both have a round hole. The diameter of the shaft where the hour hand goes is approx. 5mm and the diameter where the minute hand goes is 3.2mm.
- Case Size: 3-1/16″High (3-3/4″ high if you include pendulum hanger below movement) x 2-1/8″ Wide x 1″ Deep (depth includes hanger on the back of movement)
- Shaft Diameter: 5/16″
- Threaded Shaft Length: 7/16″
- Overall Shaft Length: 1/2″
- Press-On Hand Shaft
- Rear Hand Set Knob
- Requires 1 ‘AAA’ battery (not included)
- Miniature gold 3-1/8″ long pendulum with a 1″ bob available for an extra $2.50 above.
- Includes all mounting hardware.
- Hour and Minute hands are sold separately as a pair above (please see pictures). They are .20 cents extra per pair. The price will be adjusted as you choose the style(s) you want from the drop down menu.
- Second hands are also sold separately and can be purchased HERE.
**When choosing the proper batteries for your clock, please consider the following information: There are many brands of alkaline batteries available on the market today, but there are several brands out there that just don’t perform well in clocks. We recommend using Rayovac or Duracell brand. Other brands, such as Energizer, have extra plastic coating on the negative end of the battery, which can cause clocks to malfunction or not work properly at all. Alkaline batteries are the only type of battery that should be used in clocks. Lithium powered or re-chargeable batteries will cause your clock to malfunction, or not function at all. Lithium and rechargeable batteries are meant for “high-drain” devices, such as digital cameras, etc. Alkaline batteries are best used in “low-drain” devices, which includes clock movements.