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  • Easy Recycling Tips
    April 22, 2019

    Easy Recycling Tips

    Some simple ways to practice your 3 R's at home Whether you believe in Global Warming or not, there’s no denying the colossal amounts of waste that humans produce every day. Practicing your 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) is an...

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  • History of the Chimes
    August 2, 2018

    History of the Chimes

    When someone asks you to hum the Westminster chime, chances are, you know exactly what they’re talking about. That graceful 4-note melody is as distinctive to clocks as it is ingrained in our souls. But what is it, and why...

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  • How to Synchronize The Chiming Movement
    July 26, 2018

    How to Synchronize The Chiming Movement

    You proudly hang your clock, set the time, wind it up (if it’s mechanical) and watch happily as it ticks around the dial, but when it reaches the hour, you don’t hear that familiar Westminster chime that it should be...

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  • How to Move (or Ship) Your Clock
    July 18, 2018

    How to Move (or Ship) Your Clock

    Top Tips to Help You Get There in One Piece A new home is always exciting—a change in scenery, a new opportunity to try out different decorating styles, and the chance to make friends in your new neighborhood. Whether you’re...

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  • On Regulating Your Clock
    July 12, 2018

    On Regulating Your Clock

    So, you’ve received your new clock, and you’ve set the time, only to notice a few days later that it’s completely off. What gives? We know that every minute has 60 seconds, and every hour contains 60 minutes, but while...

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  • On Oiling Your Clock
    June 27, 2018

    On Oiling Your Clock

    You might be surprised to hear that the response we get to the question, “When was the last time you oiled your clock?” is, “never.” Oiling your clock’s movement regularly is one of the first steps to helping it keep...

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  • 6 Steps to Replacing Your Clock Movement
    June 21, 2018

    6 Steps to Replacing Your Clock Movement

    When do I need to replace my movement? Most clock movements will last about 20-25 years if properly maintained, but the first thing you can try if your movement suddenly stopped working is oiling it with a synthetic clock oil. If...

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