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  • Round Railway Station Wall Clocks from Australia
    Out of Stock Choose a Finish Golden Oak Walnut Price Please check your selections before paying These clocks can only be delivered to a UK address Time Tide Wall Clock This stunning time tide clock measures 28cm 11 in diameter The clock is a normal clock on the outside and on the inside it keeps track of the tides showing high tide half tide falling low tide and half tide rising The bezel is made from solid brass ensuring a lasting shine The brass bezel and plantation pine combination makes for a stunning wall piece and a perfect gift for every fisherman This Cobb Co clock is backed with a lifetime guarantee more details Out of Stock Choose a Finish Golden Oak Price Please check your selections before paying These clocks can only be delivered to a UK address Stainless Steel Wall Clock This stainless steel wall clock measures 38cm 15 in diameter This Cobb Co stainless steel clock features a high quality finish and modern design The large clock face and Arabic numerals make it very clear to read a great addition to any home or office Out of Stock Price Please check your selections before paying These clocks can only be delivered to a UK address Still searching for the perfect gift for your colleague family member or special someone Our range of Cobb Co personalised clocks are perfect for a variety of occasions We can personalise your clock however you like From subtle commemorative messages to completely customised background images the choice is yours Add names to your clock Create a personalised message A significant date birthday wedding etc Company logos Include pictures Great for corporate gifts If choosing an image simply send the artwork to us as per the ordering instructions below Small Personalised Gift Clock This railway clock measures in at 28cm 11 inches diameter Polished wood shining brass beauty and prestige The case is made by skilled craftsmen from plantation pine and finished in either Antique or Golden Oak colours Careful polishing brings out the natural intricate patterns of the timber The clock face features a choise of Arabic or Roman numeral dials This Cobb Co clock is backed with a lifetime guarantee more details Choose a Dial Arabic Roman Choose a Finish Antique Golden Oak Price Text Image Instructions Use the email form below to send the message text you want added to your ordered clock Important add a name or other reference in this box and repeat it in your email to identiy and link your email content with your clock order Please check your selections before paying These clocks can only be delivered to a UK address Medium Personalised Clock This railway clock measures in at 28cm 11 inches diameter Polished wood shining brass beauty and prestige The case is made by skilled craftsmen from plantation pine and finished in either Antique or Golden Oak colours Careful polishing brings out the natural intricate patterns of the timber The clock face features
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/Clocks/QuartzClocks/Contemporary-Station-Wall-Clocks.htm (2016-04-30)


  • Clocks & Chimes Desk/gift - page 1 - clocks hand crafted from British hardwoods; each unique, interesting and pleasing to look at and touch.
    a kind desk gift clock is finished with Beeswax and oils to provide a quality look and a tactile satin smooth feel The result of this approach is a wood desk gift clock that is unique as well as being pleasing and interesting to look at and touch Move mouse over clock for larger image Prices below include UK delivery via Royal Mail Overseas delivery is an additional 5 Desk Gift Clocks Page 1 Page 1 2 3 next previous Poduct code CA 0016 SOLD Oak with a 36mm gold metal clock case displaying Roman numerals on a white dial W110mm H60mm D20mm approximate dimensions Quartz movement Battery Included easy to replace 1 year guarantee Poduct code 2B 0039 12 99 Oak with a 36mm gold metal clock case displaying Roman numerals on a white dial W115mm H70mm D25mm approximate dimensions Quartz movement Battery Included easy to replace 1 year guarantee Poduct code 2B 0038 SOLD Spalted Beech with a 36mm gold metal clock case displaying Roman numerals on a white dial W90mm H80mm D25mm approximate dimensions Quartz movement Battery Included easy to replace 1 year guarantee Poduct code C 0021 12 99 Cherry with a 36mm gold metal clock
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/Clocks/Table-Clocks/Desk-Clocks/Desk-Clocks1.htm (2016-04-30)

  • Made to order Regulator Wall Clocks - Also– Grandfather, Mantel and Wall Clocks
    created a range of stunningly beautiful watches where finished wood is matched with stunning metals and genuine leather to create a unique and luxurious look COBB Co Wooden Watches are a new take on luxury watches Mechanism Japanese Miyota 2115 Movement Wood Ebony or Sandalwood Case 304 grade coloured stainless steel Strap Genuine leather or 304 grade coloured stainless steel Water resistance 3ATM 30 meters Battery life 2 3 years Dimensions 42 43cm case 20 23cm band Hands Skeleton luminescent design Warranty 3 years Walgrave Black Ebony Leather and Wood Watch Price Please check your selections before paying These watches can only be delivered to a UK address COBB Co Railway Station Clocks Polished wood Shining brass Beauty and Prestige Since their introduction Cobb Co Clocks have been made from only the finest materials ensuring complete accuracy and reliability The cases are made from plantation pine by skilled craftsmen and careful polishing finishes off each case and brings out the natural intricate patterns in the timber This popular clock comes backed by a lifetime guarantee Cookies on Clocks Chimes Website We use cookies to manage our site If you continue with this website without changing your cookie settings we ll
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/Watches/CobbCoWatches.htm (2016-04-30)


  • Clocks & Chimes Cookie Information & Policy
    browser It is used to determine unique visitors to www clocksandchimes co uk and it is updated with each page view 2 years from set update utmb This cookie is used to establish and continue your session with www clocksandchimes co uk This cookie expires when you pause on a page on www clocksandchimes co uk for longer than 30 minutes 30 minutes from set update utmc Historical Cookie worked together with utmb to calculate the average length of time users spend on our site This cookie is no longer used by the ga js tracking code to determine session status Not set utmz This cookie stores the type of referral used by you to reachwww clocksandchimes co uk whether via a direct method a referring link awebsite search or a campaign such as an ad or an email link It is used to calculate search engine traffic ad campaigns and page navigation withinwww clocksandchimes co uk The cookie is updated with each page view to yoursite 6 months from set update Click here for an overview of privacy at Google How to Manage your Cookies Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings Instructions are at the bottom of this page for the most common browsers To find out more about cookies including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them visit www allaboutcookies org Please refer to your handset manufacturer s help manual to control or delete cookies on your mobile phone To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites visit http tools google com dlpage gaoptout Further Information Additional information regarding cookies and opting out is available at www allaboutcookies org and www youronlinechoices co uk How to modify your Browser s Cookie Settings Browser Instructions Apple Safari Safari all versions Go to Safari Preferences in OS X or click the gear icon in the upper right and choose Preferences in Windows Click the Security icon In the Accept cookies selection box choose Always Camino Go to Camino Preferences Select the Privacy icon Select Enable cookies Google Crome Chrome all versions Click the wrench icon in the upper right and select Options in Windows or Chrome Preferences in OS X From the left menu click Under the Hood Click the Content Settings button Choose either option that begins with Allow local data to be set Internet Explorer To determine the version of Internet Explorer on your computer go to Help About or click the gear icon in the upper right corner and choose About Internet Explorer Internet Explorer 6 x Go to Tools Internet Options or click the gear icon in the upper right corner and choose Internet options Click the Privacy tab Click the Advanced button Ensure that Override automatic cookie handling is selected First and third party cookies should be set to Accept Check Always allow session cookies Click OK Exit Internet Explorer and restart your browser Konqueror Go
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/Cookies.htm (2016-04-30)

  • Handmade Wall Clocks, and a selection of quality mechanical and quartz clocks.
    crafted Cukoo clocks and Cobb Co s Austrialian made clock and watch range Timeshop Clocks Chimes www timeshop clocksandchimes co uk this is where you ll find the AMS range of popular table and wall clocks for the modern home Delivery Like Clocks Chimes Helmut Mayr Regulators are built for delivery in six to eight weeks Many of the other brands clocks are available for delivery within a few days while some can take up to 28 days If time is a crucial factor in you purchase decision please call to check availability before ordering Delivery is free for all clocks to any UK mainland addresses Clocks Chimes Design Philosophy Wood has a range of colours grains and finished lustre and when it is combined with a precision engineered mechanical movement and transformed into a quality piece of furniture it becomes a functional and enchanting acquisition to appreciate and with approriate care a future family treasure Regulator Wall Clocks Clocks Chimes design philosophy regarding it s Regulator clocks is to look at traditional styles of Vienna Regulators which have given pleasure to previous generations and to translate their qualities and appeal into contemporary looks that will compliment the modern home office or reception area A combination of wood glass and inlays is used in bringing these designs to life and to achieve a contemporary appearance Clocks Chimes clocks are hand made using a combination of traditional skills and modern manufacturing practices The wood used throughout each clock case is solid British hardwoods locally sourced from sustainable woodlands and the glass panels are 4mm thick toughend glass for extra safety These superior cases are complemented with the finest engineered movements from German manufacturers who are leaders in their field In combining the beauty of natural woods inlays and glass together with
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/about.htm (2016-04-30)

  • Blog - ClocksAndChimes.co.uk
    over seven metres in height and had all manor of mechanisms running simultaneously During each hour an observer could view the movement of a power driven armillary sphere constructed of bronze rings an automatically rotating celestial globe together with five doors that allowed an enticing glimpse of seeing individual statues all of which rang bells banged gongs or held inscribed tablets showing the hour or a special time of the day The appearance and actions would have appeared similar to the automaton we know so well today Dividing the Year into Months and Days The Greeks divided the year into twelve parts that are called months They divided each month into thirty parts that are called days Their year had a total of 360 days or 12 times 30 12 x 30 360 Since the Earth goes around the Sun in one year and follows an almost circular path the Greeks decided to divide the circle into 360 degrees Dividing the Day into Hours Minutes and Seconds The Egyptians and Babylonians decided to divide the day from sunrise to sunset into twelve parts that are called hours They also divided the night the time from sunset to sunrise into twelve hours But the day and the night are not the same length and the length of the day and night also changes through the year This system of measuring the time was not very accurate because the length of an hour changed depending on the time of year This meant that water clocks had to be adjusted every day Somebody finally figured out that by dividing the whole day into 24 hours of equal length 12 hours of the day plus 12 hours of the night the time could be measured much more accurately Why was the day and night divided into 12 parts Twelve is about the number of moon cycles in a year so it is a special number in many cultures The hour is divided into 60 minutes and each minute is divided into 60 seconds The idea of dividing the hour and minute into 60 parts comes from the Sumerian sexagesimal system which is based on the number 60 This system was developed about 4 000 years ago Mechanical Clocks In 1656 Christian Huygens Dutch scientist made the first Pendulum clock with a mechanism using a natural period of oscillation Galileo Galilei is credited in most historical books for inventing the pendulum as early as 1582 but his design was not built before his death Huygens clock when built had an error of less than only one minute a day This was a massive leap in the development of maintaining accuracy as this had previously never been achieved Later refinements to the pendulum clock reduced this margin of error to less than 10 seconds a day Huygens in 1657 developed what is known today as the balance wheel and spring assembly which is still found in some of today s wrist watches This allowed watches of
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/Blog.htm (2016-04-30)

  • Contact Clocks & Chimes for Premium Quality Floor, Mantel and Wall Clocks
    emails will be answered as soon a practicable Name Email Message Anti Spam Copy the above numbers in the box below Clocks Chimes 36 Kane Place Stonehouse Lanarkshire ML9 3NR Scotland Telephone 0330 606 2691 Mobile 0794 192 8109 Cookies on Clocks Chimes Website We use cookies to manage our site If you continue with this website without changing your cookie settings we ll assume that you are happy to
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/contact.php (2016-04-30)

  • FAQ | Clock: care and maintenance, operating, setting up and troubleshooting
    s of the chime selector levers only see section 8 When winding clocks without maintaining power the automatic beat adjustment can shift out of alignment The clock should therefore be re started see section 7 and the time be re set see section 6 after winding is completed When winding the clock and if possible use your free hand to stabilize the clock case Cable movements Insert the crank key provided into the crank holes located in the dial face as far as possible Depending on movement the time if available melody chime and hour strike mechanisms are wound clockwise or counterclockwise until the respective weight stops or is approximately 2 from the bottom of the wood movement mounting board The winding directions for your movement is Movement Left Centre Right P series movement clockwise na counter RWS movement clockwise counter clockwise Never wind the clock without having weights attached or lift the weights by hand while cranking This could result in the cables becoming tangled and jamming of the movement Cable key wind movements Insert the crank key provided into the crank holes located in the dial face as far as possible The time mechanism is wound counterclockwise until the weight stops or is approximately 2 from the bottom of the wood movement mounting board The quarter hour and hour strike mechanisms are wound clockwise until a noticeable resistance develops Never wind the clock without having weights attached or lift the weights by hand while cranking This could result in the cables becoming tangled and jamming of the movement Key wind movements Insert the winding key provided into the winding holes located in the dial face as far as possible All key wind mechanisms are wound clockwise until a noticeable resistance develops top of page 10 Adjusting the pendulum The length of the pendulum determines the running speed timekeeping of your clock The longer a pendulum the slower is its swinging speed To change the running speed move the pendulum bob up or down and thus shorten or lengthen the effective length that is the distance between cent er of gravity of the pendulum and pendulum hook The pendulum bob can be moved up and down by turning the adjustment nut Depending on pendulum type this adjustment nut is above or below the pendulum bob Before you make any change observe and note the timekeeping of your clock over a longer period of time for example 12 or 24 hours lyre and Wooden pendulums The adjustment nut is located below the pendulum bob Turning the adjustment nut as seen from above counter clockwise will shorten the effective pendulum length and the clock will run faster Turning the adjustment nut clockwise will lengthen the effective pendulum length and the clock will run slower The correct adjustments for your clock can be found in the chart here Pendulum Length Turns Mins 24hrs Grid Wooden and Rod 65cm 1 1 2 1 min Grid Wooden and Rod 35cm 3 4 1 min Please make sure that the pendulum bob remains fully seated against the adjustment nut and pull it down as needed Remember to reset the time after adjusting the pendulum bob top of page 11 Automatic night shut off The Kieninger movements in Clocks Chimes clocks have automatic night shut off between 10 00 P M and 7 15 A M for quarter hour strike movements or 10 00 P M and 7 00 A M for half hour strike movements If your clock does not strike or chime during the daytime its movement is in the night cycle You need to move the clock hands back 12 hours to go into the day cycle Before doing so the the chime selector lever has to be set on SILENT Moving the hands while the night shut off is in operation could damage the chime mechanism If after setting the time the clock does not chime properly this is not a defect The movement has a self correcting feature which synchronizes the chimes after 1 to 2 hours top of page 12 Care and maintenance Your Clocks and Chimes clock with its Kieninger movement requires minimum care and maintenance Remember to wind the clock as required by the movement i e every eight days for an eight day movement It is a point to note that the weights are an attractive aspect of the clock s aesthetic appeal so winding every four five days will keep them in the central area of display Keep the door closed Check periodically to ensure that your clock is hanging level and securely If applicable check the weights occasionally to ensure that they are still tightly assembled hooks and or loops are properly hung and where applicable the cables run in their guides Include the clock in your housekeeping routine clean and polish your clock cabinet as frequently as you do your other furniture However take extreme care working on and around the clocks dial and moving parts to avoid damaging the hands or the movement Every 2 3 years you should oil the movement with a fine clock or sewing machine oil Kieninger recommends that your clock movement be oiled synthetic oil No 859 by Etsyntha every five 5 years by a qualified person and thoroughly cleaned every ten 10 years Extreme environmental conditions air humidity and quality temperature etc may necessitate more frequent oiling and or cleaning top of page 13 Relocating the clock When relocating or moving the clock all weights and the pendulum have to be removed from the clock to avoid unnecessary damage Before removing the weights cable movements have to be wound up completely and secured to ensure they don t unravel during transportation Once the cables are secure remove the pendulum and the weights and pack them so that they are protected form damage ideally in the original packaging see section 5 At the new location repeat the setup of the clock as previously described top of page Troubleshooting
    http://www.clocksandchimes.co.uk/faq.htm (2016-04-30)


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