Craftprokits Pendulum Clock
Craftprokits Pendulum Clock
£10.19 (£8.49 Ex. VAT)

Craftprokits Pendulum Clock

Code: 951754

  • Attractive and eye-catching project
  • 68mm diameter body with brass bezel
  • Requires 1 x AA battery (309108 not supplied)
£10.19 (£8.49 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Craftprokits Pendulum Clock
  • Craftprokits 100mm Clock Insert With Brass Pendulum
  • Craftprokits Clock Insert 69mm
  • Axminster Centre Finder
Total: £34.56

In Detail

N.B. Each kit is supplied as the components only and does not include the material / blank.

This nicely presented clock with its swinging pendulum makes a most attractive and eye-catching project. It has a clear off white dial with Roman figures and a brass bezel. The movement is fitted from the rear through a hole in the mounting (approx. 68mm dia.) and a suitable slot is made for the pendulum bob to be viewed. A good level of accuracy is required in order to achieve a good fit between the bezel and its mounting hole. Requires 1 x AA battery (LR6), not included.



Batteries Requires 1 x AA
Battery Type Alkaline
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Ray Clements

8 August 2012


Once again(!) an item from Axminster is supplied with NO instructions and though I am an experienced clock maker I just can't figure out how to start. Surely the cost of a piece of paper at least giving a clue of how to go about making this shouldn't be beyond the bounds of human endeavour.
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