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Posted on Anyone made a wooden mantle clock from a kit

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#1 posted 11-04-2017 02:40 PM

It is “buyer be ware” for analog clock mechanisms. A quality unit can cost hundreds. Quartz movements like what Klockit has are very inexpensive and seem to last a long time (accuracy is excellent too). These are what I used in all my clock projects.

Many of the wood magazines have detailed plans for mantle clocks. If you have the ability and time, they make for great small shop projects.

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