Timely & Timeless Now Offering Complimentary Oiler on Clock Movement Purchases During the Holidays

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One of the nation’s leading authorized dealers for exquisite clocks is giving thanks to customers with a special holiday deal.

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Representatives with Chicago-based Timely & Timeless announced today that it is now offering free oiler on clock movement purchases during the holidays.

“At the time of the year, when we are buying the new stuff, do not forget that updating the timeless possessions like clocks is just as important,” reminded Paulina Hubli, spokesperson for Timely & Timeless. “Clock movements by Hermle, Kieninger and Regula will make your new clock be as new as a new year. We do offer all those movements, and we also have a special - a free oiler with each movement purchase to keep the "time moving smoothly."

There is no minimum order. Any purchase of grandfather clock movements, wall clock movements, or any other kind of clock movements qualifies for a free oiler.

Hubli explained that her company features clock movements such as Hermle clock movements and Kieninger clock movements.

As to why anyone should take advantage of Time & Timeless’ clock movement deal, Hubli pointed out that even clocks are not immune to the passage of time.

“As the time goes by, the oil used in the mechanical clock movements solidifies and becomes dark and sticky,” Hubli stressed. “As 20 or 30 years go by, the pivot holes become oblong instead of round; the holes are pinching the pivots and creating resistance in the gear train. This is creating wear on the movement’s brass plates. With the solidified oil and the pinched pivots, the clock will eventually stop working or chiming. Yes, the clock movement can be taken apart and cleaned by a professional but the cost of getting a new movement is usually less than cleaning, and it will last much longer before you have to think about having your clock serviced again. The new movement will, of course, last a lot longer than any repair that can be done on the old unit.”

“Hermle clock movements often have the name of the clock case maker stamped onto the brass plate of the movement. Many popular clock manufacturers used Hermle or as they otherwise known FHS movements but stamped their own name on the movement,” said Hubli and added, “Emperor, Howard Miller, Sligh, Ridgeway, Seth Thomas, Pearl, King Arthur, Webly and many other popular manufacturers used Hermle movements. However, the part number remained Hermle, and you should be able to identify your movement and replace it.”

For more information, please visit: timelyandtimeless.com.

About Timely & Timeless Exquisite Clocks Emporium

As an authorized dealer the world's most exquisite clocks, expectations are high that we will provide exceptional customer service, merchandise expertise, and an unwavering focus on customer satisfaction. We strive to continuously meet and exceed those expectations. We take great pride in our reputation for excellence. And we know that our reputation is on the line each and every time we talk to a customer or sell a new clock. We are also privileged to share in so many special moments in our customers' lives, including milestone occasions like weddings, anniversaries and retirements.

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Paulina Hubli
Timely & Timeless Exquisite Clocks Emporium
6650 N. Northwest Hwy, Suite 213
Chicago, IL 60631 USA

Phone: 1-800-390-4067

Source: Timely & Timeless

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