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Dual Chime Quartz Clock Movement with Removable Speaker

Your Price: $38.95

Product Description

Our Dual Chime Quartz clock movements with removable speaker make clock repair easy and affordable. You have the option of playing a Westminster chime or Whittington chime, chime type and volume are controlled with a switch on the back of the movement. There is also a night silence mode controlled with a switch as well. Speaker is held in place on the rear of the movement, but is removable and can be mounted elsewhere with an 8" wire. These movements measure 3.25" x 2.4" with speaker and have a thickness of about 1.75" with speaker and measures 1" without speaker (does not include shaft length). Post diameter is about 5/16". Mounting hardware is included. They use one "C" battery that is sold separately. These will accommodate hands up to 4.5". Hour/min and sweep second sold individually and not included with clock movement.

  • Rear time set knob
  • Rear volume control knob
  • Choose from Westminster chime or Whittington Chime with switch on back
  • Night silence switch on back so movement will automatically turn off between 23:00-5:45
  • Removable speaker with up to 8" of wire
  • Chimes every quarter hour and counts out the hour on the hour
  • Includes mounting hardware; hex nut, flat washer, hand nut, and screws for speaker
  • Made by Seiko Precision Inc.
  • Post diameter is about 5/16"
  • Available in two post lengths
  • Movements measure 3 1/4"H x 2 3/8"W x 13/16"D (1 3/4" with speaker attached to movement)
  • Speaker diameter is 2 3/8"
  • Runs on one "C" cell (not included)

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Clock Number

Max Dial Thickness

Total Shaft Length

Shaft Thread Length

74.522 1/4" (6mm) 11/16" (17mm) 3/8" (9mm)
74.523 5/8" (16mm) 1 1/16" (27mm) 7/8" (21mm)*

*Note: Item 74.523, threads are only on upper half of brass post 

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