86611 headon 1
86611 left 1
86611 lifestyle

86611 20 inch Plastic Gears Wall Clock

SKU: 86611

Retired
Show off your industrial style with this 20" wall clock with exposed bronze gears. This clock features a glass lens with an accurate quartz movement.

Already own this product?

Browse the tabs below for compatible parts, manuals or support.

Features

  • 20” Brown plastic frame with cut-out gears design
  • Bronze dial with bronze trim
  • +/- one second per day movement

Specs

Specifications:

  • Quartz Movement
Power Requirements:
  • 1 “AA" Alkaline battery (not included)

Dimensions:

  • 20.00" Diameter x 2.00" Deep

Register/Warranty

This Equity product is warranted for 2 years for defects in material and workmanship. In accordance with the Song-Beverly Act, in the state of California, the warranty on this item becomes effective on the date of delivery.  During this period such defects will be repaired, or the product will be replaced at Equity’s option, without charge. This warranty does not cover damage caused by misuse or negligence.

ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR FITNESS AND MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO A PERIOD ENDING TWO YEARS FROM THE DATE OF RECEIPT.
 

If your product is not working properly, send it with a letter explaining the problem and $5.00 for postage and handling to: 

Equity by La Crosse, Warranty Department, 2830 26th St. S, La Crosse, WI 54601.  www.lacrossetechnology.com/support

Click Here for full warranty details

Use the registration form below to register ownership of your product only.  If you have a question about use of the unit, please click on the support tab next to this one to see available support material or submit a ticket.

Support

In this video we explain what a clock movement is, go over what "Atomic Time" means, and then demonstrate how to set up and use any of our four main wall clock movements. Use this video to learn how to set up a basic decorative wall clock, or one that uses the WWVB Atomic Radio Signal coming from Fort Collins, CO.

For more information on the NIST or the WWVB signal, visit:
http://bit.ly/AtomicTime

For additional information about you wall clock, visit:
http://bit.ly/laxtech_support

Reviews

You May Also Like


Recently Viewed