Every clock that leaves our manufacturing facility is aligned and tested to ensure that it is ready for use right out of the box. However, if the hands have become loose during transit or if you have made repairs to your clock, you can find this out:
NB: If your clock dosen’t have a 12 o’clock mark and does not have a date you can click at the bottom of the page “reassemble your wall clock”
1. The hour hand does not point directly at the indexes when the minute hand is at 12.
2. The date does not change exactly at midnight. This quick guide will help you realign the hands and date in a few seconds.
Note that your clock must be disassembled before proceeding.
Skip steps, 1 if your clock does not have a date function.
1. Adjust the time on your clock, clockwise until you notice that the date begins to change. Once the date moves to the next day, stop the setting immediately.
As you can see in the example below, the next date from 31 to 1 “appeared” at 9.00 p.m., which is not what we want.
To adjust the hands, simply hold them with your fingers and pull them all together at the 12 o’clock position.
2. This is what it should look like. All hands pointing directly to the 12.
3. As a precaution, gently press the center of the hands with equal and gentle pressure to make sure they are snug and tight. You don’t need a lot of force, the key is to be gentle!
4. That’s it, you’re done! You can start reassembling your wall clock