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Brass Color Spade Clock Hands
Brass Color Spade Clock Hands Item #: 36107
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Special Price $3.19 Regular Price $3.99
Each
Black Spade Clock Hands
Black Spade Clock Hands Item #: 32701
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Special Price $3.19 Regular Price $3.99
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Spade Clock Hands

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GRP19465
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Spade Clock Hands
Spade Clock Hands
Frequently bought together
  1. Also available in brass finish.
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  3. Mini Quartz Movements-Choose face thickness
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    Grouped product items
    Product Name Qty
    Brass Color Spade Clock Hands
    Special Price $3.19 Regular Price $3.99
    Black Spade Clock Hands
    Special Price $3.19 Regular Price $3.99
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    1/8" Max Face Thickness Mini Quartz Movement
    Special Price $4.79 Regular Price $5.99
    1/4" Max Face Thickness Mini Quartz Movement
    Special Price $4.79 Regular Price $5.99
    3/8" Max Face Thickness Mini Quartz Movement
    Special Price $4.79 Regular Price $5.99
    5/8" Max Face Thickness Mini Quartz Movement
    Special Price $6.39 Regular Price $7.99
    3/4" Max Face Thickness Mini Quartz Movement
    Special Price $6.39 Regular Price $7.99

These classic hour and minute hands are sold in pre-matched pairs in either black or brass. The minute hand measures 4-3/16" overall with a 4" sweep (measured from the center of the hole to the tip). Normally, the minute hand should be long enough to reach the outermost edge of the numbers or the minute marks on your clock face. These hands have space to be trimmed slightly for a perfect fit. If you plan to paint the hands, choose black, since the black finish works well as a primer. The black hands also have a white finish on the flip side, so they can easily be reversed for use with dark colored clock faces.

(1) Pair of Pre-matched Spade Clock Hands
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Weight 0.0300
Tech Spec
  • Finish: Available in Brass or Black
  • The minute hand measures 4-3/16" overall with a 4" sweep
Clock Parts Hands
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Nice hands
These hands really compliment any clock face. I recommend them if you are looking for a classic look
Spade clock hands - a classic look!
Spade clock hands - a classic look!
June 12, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
hands worked out on an older clock that some freshening up
June 4, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Hands look like the hands on my old clock.
Leroy L on May 23, 2018
For painted clock.
Jared S on Oct 21, 2017
Hands look like the hands on my old clock.
Leroy L on May 23, 2018
same style as broken clock I am repairing
Gene D on Jan 6, 2018
For painted clock.
Jared S on Oct 21, 2017
For clock to be given as a gift
Jared S on Oct 14, 2017
to fix clock
James B on Aug 29, 2017
Making a clock for my motorhome
Edward C on May 22, 2017
fix my clock
david r on Mar 30, 2017
Movement for large rustic clock I built for a Christmas gift
William S on Mar 19, 2017
I have brass inlaid for the hours on the face of my clock so I wanted something that would look good
Andy J on Jan 20, 2017
To repair a clock
Paul H on Jan 13, 2017
Repair a clock
Wayne D on Dec 30, 2016
building a clock
Katie L on Dec 23, 2016
Replacement for existing
Russell S on Nov 26, 2016
Match new clock.
Doug F on Nov 20, 2016
replace parts
Jose C on Nov 9, 2016
project
Dan H on Nov 3, 2016
Appearance & size
Robert B on Sep 28, 2016
Going to make a clock
Clem C on Feb 8, 2016
These hands went well with the circular slab clock I was making and they had the option of showing either block or white hands.
BOB L on Jan 5, 2016
n them for a clock.
KAY L C on Nov 7, 2015
like old hands on clock
Darrell B on Oct 31, 2015
Replacement
Ralph V on Oct 8, 2015
I don't know but it worked for my project.
TOOLS S on Aug 23, 2015
new project grand baby
Paul W on Jul 4, 2015
I'm making a clock
Charles F on May 12, 2015
same style as broken clock I am repairing
Gene D on Jan 6, 2018
For clock to be given as a gift
Jared S on Oct 14, 2017
What is face thickness?
A shopper on May 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: "Face Thickness" refers to the thickness of the material that the clock movement shaft will pass through. For example, if you refer to the mini-quartz movements sold by Rockler, you will notice that each movement specifies the thickness of material that the hands shaft will pass through.
However, even if you want to use a 1" thick piece of wood, you should use a 3 1/4" Forstner bit to drill (only using a drill press!!!) a hole (or recess) in the back to accommodate the shaft length desired. In this example, given a movement with a 3/4" shaft length and a 1" thick piece of wood, the back recess (hole for the movement) should be drilled to a depth of at least 1/2" to allow the hand shaft to be exposed about a 1/4" beyond the front face of the wood.
Good-Luck!
Ed
Is it hands only? What about the little screw
Cheryl D on Oct 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I responded to this question last week, but the message bounced. I'll try again. I don't recall whether the little screw was included, but I don't think it was. Usually that comes with the clock.
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