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Altimeter Table Clock

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  • High-quality quartz movements
  • Made in India
80% aluminum; 10% brass, 5% glass; 5% plastic (quartz movement case)
Wipe using a soft, dry cloth to clean metal surfaces. Metal polish may change the finish on aluminum, brass, or nickel
One clock, AA batteries not included
6.5" x 4" x 5"
1.6 lbs

5 avg. (1 reviews)

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Altimeter Table Clock

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Handcrafted to mimic vintage mechanics · Authentic details · Nostalgic charm
The handcrafted altimeter clock captures the spirit of vintage flying with authentic, WWII-era fighter pilot instrumentation on its face. Patterned after a 1939 Army Air Corps altimeter, the clock’s bold black and brass color scheme is an eye-catching addition to any desk.
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Pendulux Maker Stephen Kowalski has always been fascinated with the way things work, and as a kid he enjoyed taking machines apart and putting them back together. His command of product design and inner mechanicals make Pendulux’s clockwork look old-school elegant.

Turning to his own collection of antique mechanical parts, Stephen creates clocks that are decorative and functional. Each is handcrafted with quality components for accurate time-keeping, and high-grade metals give the clocks a modern shine to their retro-industrial look. Stephen pulled from mechanical inventions of the 20th century—a 1930’s altimeter, World War II fighter plane, 1950’s television, and sports cars from the 60's—when designing the timepieces that blend the old and the new seamlessly.