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Making your own clock requires little more than a build-it-yourself kit.

clock facesFew words excite us do-it-yourself types more than the word "kit." Have I got a kit site for you! Klockit is the world's leading clock parts and movement supplie, with build your own clock projects for almost every style and skill level. Klockit makes it easy for you to exercise your craftsmanship talents by providing beautifully designed time pieces for you to build. Clocks are daily necessities which can act as decorating and design elements in every room, and they can also be timeless gifts (pun intended).

How would you like a hand-built solid walnut desk clock? Klockit's Breckenridge kit might be just the thing for you. At $36.00, it rivals anything similar you might find in a local gift shop and you get the satisfaction of building it yourself. Our lady woodworkers might like to make this mini grandfather clock jewelry box, but be warned, for $22.00 you get the movement, the glass, the hardware and the plans. The wood parts you must cut for yourself. For those woodworkers with exceptional skills, how about building your own grandfather clock from the ground up? Klockit has several styles to choose from, and nothing says heirloom quite like something that daddy built with his own hands.


At Klockit you'll also find items such as weather stations, music boxes, woodworking tools, and lamps, some of them to build for yourself and some that are ready to go. For the real hardcore do-it-yourself gang, you can just buy one of many available clock movements and then find something to make a clock out of!

Take a quick look into Klockit. I'm sure you'll find something to please you. Whether it's a do-it-yourself family heirloom or just a wood working craft project to shorten the upcoming winter months, you won't need to look too hard to find something you will like.


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