Saw some new wall clocks at Big Time last weekend. These wall clocks come in different sizes, shapes and colours. Some have wooden case while others have plastic ones. There are also models that come with a swinging pendulum.
Here are a few to share with you.
Photo by Taiwoon
For those who follow my “Seiko Clock in Singapore” post, I have another discovery to add today. This Seiko clock was located in the now demolished National Stadium.
Time for history lesson and by now you can call me a historian in the topic of Seiko clocks in Singapore.
Last October, I discovered a Seiko clock that once stood in front of People’s Park food centre and this time round, I found a bigger one that was once located at Raffles Place.
Besides repairing watches, K2 Watch Co. also repair wall clocks. I had the opportunity to “witness” the opening of a IWX wall clock the other day at the shop.
This is the type of wall clock that you see hanging in some watch shops. I remember seeing one at JW Horological Gallery a few years ago. Big Time has a couple of Mido ones hanging in their shop as well.
I found another Seiko clock tower while looking at some photos on the web. This one was once located at the open area outside People’s Park food centre. From what I know, the clock tower is no longer there as the area has been renovated.
I started a blog post to collect pictures of all Seiko clocks that are installed in public places in Singapore and invited readers to send me pictures of these Seiko clocks.
This time round, I received a picture contribution from my watchmaker friend, Mr. SM Goh from K2 Watch Co.