In this article I talk about two Golden Pendulum clock machines – Axis 17, you got to fix a clock, in the form of a dog, whose original machine stopped working.
Why two? Because the shipping ends up being more expensive than the machine itself, so it's worth asking one more on the same shipping and help booking.
The original clock machine seems to have failed due to leaking stack inside her. First was the pendulum stopped swinging, and then the pointers also stopped. Fortunately the machines of these watches seem to be standardized.
A Golden Pendulum clock machine – Axis 17 comes with the pointers (hours, minutes and seconds) and a golden pendulum. I ended up keeping the hands and pendulum, as I continued using pointers and the original pendulum (dog's tail).
The Exchange was relatively simple and didn't need any tool other than a pliers and an adjustable wrench. And that's how the puppy-watch back to life.
Check out some photos of Golden Pendulum clock machine – Axis 17 and your installation on the watch dog:
See also the video of unboxing of Golden Pendulum clock machine – Axis 17 and the clock in operation after installing the same: