The Beautiful Kassel 15 Day Wood Wall Pendulum Clock with Glass Front is a traditional 15-day clock that runs by winding. With a case made of beautifully crafted wood, the clock makes for a great decorative addition to any room. It comes with a glass front that shows the dial clearly, as well as a swinging pendulum. The clock gives out a chime every hour, and also chimes once at the half hour mark. Its dimensions are 10-3/4 x 23 x 5-1/4 inches. It is covered by a limited warranty for one year.
Beautiful Kassel 15 Day Wood Wall Pendulum Clock with Glass Front Review:
The more than twenty customers who provided feedback for this antique clock gave it an average rating of 3.4 stars. Majority of them gave it a rating higher than 3.0 stars, although about a quarter of them gave it ratings below that.
Those who loved this clock described it as a very beautiful timepiece with a well-timed pendulum. It was also appreciated for being easy to assemble, and for having a nice chime sound that did not wind up waking them in the night. One user confirmed that it ran just fine, explaining how it needed a level in order to set it up properly. He liked how it was shaped like a miniature grandfather clock, and confirmed that it had a big enough sound for its size, finding it pleasant on the ears. He also commended the clock for chiming every hour everyday, as he found it to be a comforting sound. He also shared how he wound up his clock every 14 to 21 days as advised by his clock repairman. The reviewers also appreciated the sturdy and nice wooden cabinet, as well as the beautiful chime sounds. Other users appreciated not ever needing to buy batteries, and they did not mind having to wind up the clock every 15 days or so. Some even confirmed that they would need to adjust the time every so often, but it was considered understandable for wind-up clocks.
Some reviewers had issues with this clock because they found the time to be a bit off. The thing was, though, given how it was a wind-up pendulum clock, it was indeed found to take a few tries in order to get the time right, but once that was settled, it was generally found to be a reliable clock. As such, the complaints might have risen out of some users’ impatience at getting the clock to work properly. Another buyer was disappointed at receiving the 15-day clock because she had apparently ordered the 31-day model. One more reviewer reported receiving a clock that did not chime, while another described the chime as sounding “sick,” which was probably an indication that it was a defective unit.
From these comments, we believe you will find this to be a nice and attractive antique clock for any living room. The old-world charm will certainly stand out, especially with the hourly chime sounds that you will surely love.