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Posted 4 years ago

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Just wondering if anyone has info about this clock? Was my Grandmothers. It is not working at this time before I take it to a clock repair person I wanted to know more about it. It has Kundo on it and it is about 12 inches tall.

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  1. Lee Sayer, 4 years ago
    blue64 : Sorry no info on your particular clock but I have one simular, mine is a Urania glass domed anniversary clock.
    They need a level surface and will not tolerate a lot of moving about.
    Have your clock repair person give a estimate on repairs and value.
    Very peacefull to watch the clock operate,better than most TV programs.
  2. rlwindle rlwindle, 4 years ago
    These 400 day or anniversary clocks. These clocks get out of sync or beat and do have to be adjusted by a repair person but the cost is nominal. As mentioned they do need a level surface. Some have adjustment screws on the bottom to help level it. I have a Shatz anniversary clock it sets on my China Cabinet and peacefully twirls. I love them.
  3. louis fike, 3 years ago
    I have a kiennger obergfell kundo clock that I understand is inexcellent, and yet I am unable to operate it. I release the lock to lower the balls, and the turn the balls about two revolutions, but it stops operating almost immediately. can you advise me please? Also it would up tightly. Could that be the problem?
  4. nicole bridgens , 3 years ago
    i too have a clock fittig this discription that was given to me by my grandmother i too am in the dark to its origin please if anyone has anything please inlighten me
  5. Ken, 3 years ago
    These clocks are very beautiful and some can be quite a collectors item. If they have a glass dome, key and paperwork with them they are worth keeping. At this time I have only ten of them. If you were to go to a Kundo site you will find a lot of information about these beauties. There is a lot of information out there available for these clocks. Be very careful when you move then. And take great care in making sure they are level. If you have one, sell your grandmother first and keep the clock. LOL....
  6. UniqueOffsets, 3 years ago
    I was fortunate to inherate another version of this Kundo 400 Day Anniversary Clock. After searching the web for information I located a site ... http://www.billsclockworld.com ... which had the "complete" instruction manual! These clocks are Stunning!

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