We try to stock the following clocks in ready-to-fly condition. While I am flattered, this causes problems for those who use and or collect aircraft clocks. I cannot be responsible for someone else's work. Some aircraft clocks, like the Jaeger LeCoultre Chronoflite or the Elgin Hamilton 37500 Elapsed Time contain nearly 500 parts. Watch my hair go grey. Aircraft Clocks Instrument Services, Inc.
I would have done, except the work was not mine. Yes, you can really avoid being late with the right clock. Of course these are mostly the American instruments. Our most popular instrument clock, the altimeter, is combined with the airspeed thermometer which are fashioned after the airplane cockpit instruments. These aircraft clocks are for use as a time indicator. Timepieces serviced and sold by Historic Timekeepers, Inc are suitable for use in exempt aircraft and for collectors. While not for sale, may be interesting to examine.
Every piece I service is recorded in my invoicing system and is tagged with my service label, as well as the mainspring barrel is marked in pen with the date and location of where the mainspring was last serviced. Apparently there is someone very active on eBay using a similar sounding business name and a website that is similar in layout to mine. All old lubricant must be removed and all hints of rust must be found and rectified by either parts replacement or reconditioning. Many of the steps involved can be found on the pages for and on the pages describing the individual models offered for sale. The indoor airspeed thermometer shows the temperature measurement in both Fahrenheit and Centigrade. We will try to keep these pages current but the weakness of online catalogs is the time required.
Just find the perfect design that expresses the mood you're looking for in a room, and watch time fly and compliments follow. You may also order them direct by calling us. For example, we stock or make balance staffs for every model aircraft clock. This year I several received requests to make corrections to several aircraft clocks under warranty. Order today and stay in style and on time with Airplane Instrument Wall Clocks. Our fun, high-quality personalized clocks let you add personality throughout your world. .
These aircraft clocks are direct replacements in terms of size for various Borg manufactured electric aircraft clocks which were installed as original equipment by various aircraft manufacturers. The combination of interests passion? All timepieces are warranted for performance for one year. Secondly, the use of 60 year old springs no matter when installed results in extensive damage when they break. For some clocks we have stocks of parts that have been in military deep storage for nearly 60 years. We have fun designs from famous artwork to foodie-themed designs and photo clocks.
And if you need a special design for a wall clock including for promotional clocks, it's easy to make your own custom clocks. Please contact us for more information after you review the description of the clock s of interest. Many have been unused in uncontrolled environments for 20 years or more. Pilot Gifts - This Instrument Wall Clock with Thermometer is fun airplane décor. They are not classified as a flight instrument.
By the way, these pages were updated July 2007. We actually pride ourselves on being the last of the buggy whip repair shops! If you have a requirement not addressed, please email or call. These clocks are for sale on our Ebay Store-Clocks4Cars or our Auctiva Store. Each is perfect for your kitchen, office, kids room, the bathroom or wherever there's a wall. The lubrication and adjustment of parts for correct function follow industry accepted practices. However, physics knows no nationality.
If we encounter a clock that is simply too costly to refurbish, it is cannibalized for parts that will replace damaged parts in other clocks. Over the years we have made it a priority to buy stocks small and large of parts and clocks from repair facilities that left the mechanical instrument market. . . .
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