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Clock Hands 7" for High Torque Movements, Black

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7 inch clock hands to make large clocks, spade style

The measurement is from the hole where the hands mount onto the high torque shaft, to the tip.  Hour hands are proportionate.

These hands are USA Made of quality aluminum.

Tips for making larger wall clocks:

1. Second hands not included - we don't recommend second hands with high torque movements as they draw too much power.  

2. Still want a second hand? - choose our balanced 10 inch red or black second hands that work with our Continuous Sweep High Torque Motors.

3. Scroll down to select a movement for your high torque hands from the table below. Or, click here.

 

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It's working again! 06/04/2021
By Rita Connelly
So that beautiful large wall clock you purchased at one of the home furnishing stores has quit working? Mine quit too, and new batteries didn't help so I pretty much figured it was the motor (movement) and I started searching for a replacement. I had no idea what I was doing or what I needed. I sent an email to BW's and it was suggested that that the Q-65 movement was what I was looking for. During my research I found out not only how to remove and replace the hands but also that hands longer than 4.5 inches need a torch movement. I purchased the movement and new hands to fit and it now runs perfectly. After fixing the clock I ordered two more back up movements for future use. I hope this helps all of you wanting to keep that beautiful large wall clock.
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too much play 04/01/2018
By Dave Filek
Working well, keeping good time. Hi torque clock motor shafts have to much play, the hour and half hour hands can hit each other in a confined area.The shaft lengths are too long for a metal (thin) face clock.
Wider hands, and availability in 8" would be nice as well as a larger variety.
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Nice touch 04/17/2019
By Cynthia
The back is nice although it makes the case a bit thicker. You do not really need it as the cheap original motor did not have one. It just keeps a bit more dust out and looks more finished. I would use them if I were building or selling clocks for a more professional look.
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Products 11/15/2018
By James MacWilliams
The clock parts arrived very quickly. Everything is fine, thank you.
average rating 80%
Wish they had more options for styles 07/26/2017
By Murray Goddard
Just wish there were more options for hands. But otherwise great product
average rating 100%
Happy Customer 04/24/2021
By Wayne Hunt
Products are good. Everything worked well. Very satisfied.
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Excellent quality 07/03/2022
By Tom Bruno
Well made hands.
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Clock supply 02/16/2018
By Leo Remillard
Quality product
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Perfect 12/08/2019
By Dusty
Perfect fit!
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Perfect 07/17/2018
By Robert Moore
No problem
 
Tips

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-65 will go through 3/8" 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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