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GE/Hotpoint TM-8 "Electric Clock Range Timer"

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Posted 7 years ago


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Without a doubt the most striking range timer ever made, the "Gothic Moderne" TM-8 was designed by Raymond E. Patten and manufactured by GE for Hotpoint in the early 1930s. Patented Mar. 10, 1931. Chrome with a black Bakelite base, Telechron movement. There are small dials indicating "On/Off" times in the lower corners.


  1. Antoinette Falconio, 7 years ago
    These are so great! My roomate has two of these in perfect condition and is going to sell one.
  2. Cliff Shirk, 7 years ago
    Yes I do,and they both work and keep time. Keep checking Ebay after 1/1/2011 under Deco 1930's Hotpoint Range Timer.
  3. lazarusman, 7 years ago
    In my opinion, one of the top ten deco clock designs ever. I have a case and face with no movement. Incredible clock!
  4. dexters mom, 7 years ago
    I have a restored 1931 GE electric hotpoint range with all the fixins EXCEPT THIS TIMER! any help in buying/finding one would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Chadakoin Chadakoin, 7 years ago
    I've never come across one of these in a shop, sale, auction, etc. - only eBay. And they are few and far between. Expect to pay $250-$600 for a decent one in running condition.
  6. dexters mom, 7 years ago
    Thanks! I keep checking ebay in hopes of finding one since I have not had any luck with stove restoration places in the past~Im sure I will pay plenty if I ever find one.....but it will be worth it to complete my stove.
  7. Convair Convair, 6 years ago
    I love this clock. Having only found 2 in the last several years, I bought both of them. The insides are jamed packed with electronics of the day, quite heavy and large ( 7 1/2 tall and 8 1/2 inches wide ) for a stove clock. Thanks!

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