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  • #7949
    David Gill
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    Hi Guys

    Another question can any UK resident recommend a good sourse for the clock mechanisms I have finished the building just need to fit a clock

     

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    #7950
    Ken
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    Hi David, have a look hear buddy………….http://www.stilesandbates.co.uk/browse.php/section/287/level/3

    #7966
    Scott Smith
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    How about the US. Any suggestions out there?

    #7968
    Dave
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    Scott, if you have access to Lee Valley they sell a bunch of clock kits.

    -Canada

    #8009
    David Gill
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    Hi Ken

    Thanks for that they look like they have a god selection

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    #8013
    Ken
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    #8094
    David Gill
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    Hi Ken

    Thanks for that I will have a look at the Axminster ones There is a Axminster shop quite close so I can pick it up

     

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    #8194
    brentpete
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    How about the US. Any suggestions out there?

    Scott,

    The best source I’ve found is a vendor called Klockit selling a good selection on Amazon.

    The have a wider selection of sizes and faces than Lee Valley.

    #8200
    moyariffic
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    Scott,

    I bought a Lee Valley Large Clock Insert and I’m less than wild about it.  Lee Valley is, as most people will rave, a great seller.  But this particular product was lackluster: the mounting ring was difficult for me to fit, the lens is hyper-reflective, making it difficult to read the clock, and it weren’t exactly what I call inexpensive. Perhaps others have a different take on it, but I suspect the mounting mechanism that Klockit uses is easier to work with.

    Justin

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