Pendulum Clock - mechanical model by ROKR – CBrandOff

Pendulum Clock - mechanical model by ROKR

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Challenging but enchanting

This captivating wind-up pendulum clock features a design that actually works,
despite being made almost entirely from wood. Once constructed, simply
wind up the mechanism and watch it go!

 

 

Building the LK501 clock is an absorbing experience and it will provide you with hours of modelling fun. The fun doesn’t end there though, as the finished design is simply stunning and you’ll want to sit and watch its poetic movement forever.

Equally suitable for lovers of chronographs and crafters, the pendulum clock can be given as a gift or purchased as a highly stimulating way to spend an afternoon. How you enjoy this model is entirely up to you!

● The LK501 Wind-up Pendulum Clock
● A classic mechanical timepiece
● Amazing clockwork mechanism
● A challenging, but rewarding experience
● Ideal as a gift or decoration

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
WEIGHT 1.3 kg
KIT

Accessories, Metal Spring, Wood

ASSEMBLED SIZE

234*117*346mm

PACKAGE SIZE

357*235*46mm

RECOMMENDED AGE

14+

WOOD PIECES

170 pcs

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Rhys
Excellent product for clock lovers

If you follow the instructions precisely then be prepared to fudge it just a little when done, you will have a working clock. Mine has been running now for 3.5 hours with a steady even beat after some adjustments. The instructions, while initially cryptic, are excellent. The parts separated from the plywood brilliantly with minimal cleanup. It took me about 3 and a half hours to complete the build and the build process is quite logical. Once completed, I ran it without the pendulum in place to make sure the gears were free to turn, I then inserted the pendulum into the escapement gear and off it went. It wasn't perfect yet. I had to adjust the plastic grommet positions on the position of the pendulum itself on the hanger. Once I had all gears aligned parallel to each other and running free I gave it a partial wind and it ran for 90 minutes on a partial wind, after which I wound it completely. It makes a lovely sound, being wood on wood movement. If I were to build another I would apply the paraffin to all the gear teeth just to make them a little slipperier. Great product.