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The cuckoo calls every half hour once and the number of the hours every full hour. With certificate of authenticity from the Black Forest Clock Association (VdS). It has a mechanical extreme long-life rack strike movement. The 8 day running time movement need to be wind up once a week, that means you pull on the chains until the weights are up. It allows turning the hands left and right without endangering the mechanics of the movement. The music box is from the marketleader REUGE in switzerland. The size refers only to the clock, without pendulum and weights.
Railroad house with delicate ornaments. Wooden dial, wooden hands, wooden bird, and night shut off
2 years product warranty
|Manufacturer||Rombach & Haas|
|Weight gross:||7.8 kg|
|Height:||46 cm/18.1 inch|
|Width:||25 cm/9.8 inch|
|Depth:||20 cm/7.9 inch|
|Tunes||Happy wanderer and Edelweiss - The melodies change every hour between the Happy Wanderer and Edelweiss.|
|Night shut off||Manually - The clock can be silenced manually with a lever.|
|Movement||Regula - The cuckoo clock has a mechanical REGULA movement from the marketleader SBS-FEINTECHNIK in the Black Forest/Germany.|
The Company Rombach & Haas (Romba) was founded in 1894 in Schonach in the Black Forest. The quality of these world reknown Black Forest Clocks continue into their fourth generation. Ingolf and Conny Haas head production in the company today. The ideals set forth by the founders are still employed today to manufacture the highest quality clocks cost effectively for our customers. A hundred years of experience in the quality manufacturing of these extraordinary Black Forest Clocks can be easily recognized. Today Romba & Haas timepieces are still handmade with a most uncommon quality. For decades, Romba & Haas have enjoyed the distinction of being number one in their catagory of Specialized Black Forest Clock, earned through careful attention to design and the time honored traditions in the clockmaker's. Ingolf Haas is also President of the Black Forest Clock Organization (VDS).