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A Gift of Time

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|Consumer Services|Loma Linda, CA 92354

11180 Anderson St, Loma Linda, CA 92354

(909) 799-9319

http://agiftoftimeonline.com/

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A Gift of Time specializes in Clock repair of all types and watches of all types. With years of experience Adrian will keep your clocks and watches ticking. He has so many years of experience and knowledge working on clocks. His great friendly and helpful attitude and customer service is wonderful and his quality of workmanship is excellent. Please call A gift of Time clock service and repair today! The Store also has a great collection of watches and antique clocks as well a musical and Grandfather clocks to purchase.

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a year ago

08/02/2018, 03:22 AM
Did you know electric clocks were made during the late 19th century, but were not used in homes much until 1930? These clocks used an electric motor that synced up the time instead of a hanging weight or a mainspring.
Anonymous on Facebook

a year ago

07/31/2018, 04:17 AM
While today we know large pendulum clocks as grandfather clocks, they weren’t always called that. The term grandfather clock didn’t come along until a song was written by Henry C. Work called “Grandfather’s Clock”.
Anonymous on Facebook

a year ago

07/26/2018, 07:53 AM
Have you ever seen a banjo clock? This is an American wall clock with a banjo-shaped case. It was invented and patented in 1802 by Simon Willard. The banjo clock normally lacks a striking mechanism and indicates time only by its hands and dial.
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Anonymous on Facebook

a year ago

07/24/2018, 10:00 AM
Early clocks didn't have faces and weren't required to measure precise time intervals. As civilizations developed into industrialized societies, clocks developed into more precise devices. Only with industrialization did people start to need to keep track of smaller units of time.
Anonymous on Facebook

a year ago

07/19/2018, 09:44 AM
Did you know that the first analog clocks used gear and spring mechanisms, requiring the use of a turnkey to wind the spring? This enabled fairly accurate time keeping. Today's analog clocks use "advanced" button cells and quartz technology, making spring winding obsolete.
Anonymous on Facebook

a year ago

07/17/2018, 04:09 AM
Did you know that a steam engine can power a clock? These are called steam clocks. Very few exist anymore, but most were built by Raymond Saunders and were displayed in public places. Even though they look old, they are a recent phenomenon from the 1970s. Saunders first steam clock can be found in Vancouver.
Anonymous on Facebook

a year ago

07/12/2018, 16:01 PM
Early grandfather clock movements were encased in a box that had a dial on the front. Made for hanging on a wall, these clocks contained free-hanging pendulums and weights. Cabinets were eventually made to enclose this sensitive pendulum and weights gadgetry, as the wind was often strong enough to make the clock stop.
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