You can tell the difference because the Atmos II has the speed adjustment as a turn screw rather than a slide lever, which is found on the caliber and all models since. This length of time is required due to speed adjustments that must be performed, once an Atmos has been repaired. It is not advisable to try and repair your clock on your own as you can easily cause more problems with the clock that could result in more repairs then necessary; therefore leave the repair of your clock to an expert. How do Atmos Clocks work? Once your Atmos Case has been restored and refinished by us, a clear coat of lacquer is applied to protect the finish; providing the clock is not excessively handled or improperly cleaned afterwards, the newly restored finish will last for many years. The serial numbers are located on top of the movement next to the fast-slow adjustment. Thus to maximize the value of any clock, it is wise to first get it up and running. These vary in value depending upon condition, etc. The typical time required for the repair of an Atmos Clock is approximately 8 to 10 weeks. We have been successfully repairing and restoring Atmos Clocks for many years and we are very experienced in all makes and models. We sell Atmos Parts in conjunction with the repair only.
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Thus to maximize the value of any clock, it is wise to first get it up and running.
This length of time is required due to speed adjustments that must be performed, once an Atmos has been repaired.
Easy storage access Provide flexible access across networks and platforms for traditional applications, web applications, Microsoft Windows, Linux, and mobile devices. Some regard this as a very positive step, others consider the older Atmos clocks to be better made.
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Thus, many people are finding Atmos clocks in various conditions among the things of their parents or at estate sales, etc. This tiny back-and-forth motion is actually winding the clock when needed.