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Product Code: CLKREG-WOOD-B

Regulation Wooden Mechanical Chess Clock

A simple to use mechanical clock, just wind-up the movement, set the hands, and you are ready to go! The housing is uniquely molded to allow the clock to sit at a slight angle for better, non-glare viewing. The movement is relatively quiet and the design is compact for easy transport. This basic clock is a must for serious tournament players or casual players who want to put a time limit on their games.
Color Product Name Qty
Light Wood
Dark Wood

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Description / Regulation Wooden Mechanical Chess Clock

A simple to use mechanical clock, just wind-up the movement, set the hands, and you are ready to go! The housing is uniquely molded to allow the clock to sit at a slight angle for better, non-glare viewing. The movement is relatively quiet and the design is compact for easy transport. This basic clock is a must for serious tournament players or casual players who want to put a time limit on their games.

  • Attractive Wooden casing
  • Two large easy-to-read faces
  • Large red flags
  • A true mechanical clock that requires no batteries


The clock has dimensions of 6" (W) x 2.1" (L) x 3.6" (H)

 ***Important Note*** 

 This Clock Does Not Have Time Delay And Is Not Recommended For US Chess  Federation Rated Play.

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Material(s) Wood
Clock Type Mechanical
Clock Button Type Toggle
Dimensions 6" (W) x 2.1" (L) x 3.6" (H)
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