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Tide Hand for Tide and Time Clock Movements 1-5/8"

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Red Tide Hand for Time and Tide Clock Movements - Free with Purchase

This 1-5/8" Red Tide Clock Hand points to the tidal stage while the clock hands you select will point to the time.  

Choose one free with each Time and Tide Clock Movement Purchased.  Still need a dial or a movement? Click here to see our options for Tide Dials and Time and Tide Movements.

⇓ Scroll Down for Clock Motors and Accessories ⇓ ⇓ Choose Silent Sweeping Motion, or Step Motion,  or Chime/Pendulum Motors ⇓
High Torque Clock Motors are more powerful than standard/mini motors - made specifically to handle the extra weight of longer clock hands up to 18" in length. Standard/Mini movements run clock hands less than 5 inches long. 

how to choose clock movements and hands

How do I choose the right size clock motor & hands? 
1) Refer to the figure here, or Click Here for helpful info (a new window or tab will open)  

2) The size of hands is based on the length of the minute hand from the mounting hole to the end of the minute hand. (Figures 3 & 4) 

3) Our clock motors are sized by the thickness of the dial the movements can go through.  EG. High torque Q-64 will go through up to 5/8" thick material, while standard/mini motor Q-11 will go through 1/8" thick clock faces. (Figure 1 and  item "A" in Figure 2)

Tip 1)  If your material is too thick, consider removing some to in-set the clock.  Or if your clock face material is too thin, consider adding some material behind the face so the hands will sit closer to your clock face. 

Tip 2) Most hands can be slightly trimmed if need be.

Tip 3) Our customers also spray paint them. 

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time/tide clock mechanism and hands 2018-01-31
By Wendy Vickers
The time/tide clock mechanism is working well so far (it's only been a week). The hour and tide hands fit well on the shaft but the minute hand flopped around on the end of the shaft as it wasn't tight enough to sit there securely without the nut (I was using a second hand as well so the nut could not be utilized on the shaft). I had the set of hands from the mechanism I was replacing and they did the job for me. Since the hands came free with the mechanism and I had a spare set available, it wasn't a big deal. However, if I hadn't had the spare set I would've been in a bit of a bind since I would have had to have re-ordered hands and the shipping costs are too prohibitive for the value of the hands. There is nothing in my neck of the woods that is available to purchase otherwise without having to order online. Good customer service. I'm pleased to have found this supplier.

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