Grandfather clocks

Grandfather Clocks Make a Great Christmas or New Years Gift

11.27.07

More and more often 1-800-4CLOCKS is seeing customers purchasing grandfather clocks as heirloom gifts, being given by parents to children, grown children to parents, between spouses, with many as surprises for Christmas or Hanukkah, special birthdays, and as gifts for retirement.

Shoppers are noting that the choices of grandfather clocks are widening, with more quartz grandfather clocks joining the line-up of chain driven grandfather clocks, and even waterfall grandfather clocks joining an increasing selection tubular chime grandfather clock selection.  More brands, including the Bulova Grandfather Clock collection, the Kieninger Grandfather Clocks, and the Ridgeway Grandfather Clock assortment.  Hermle Grandfather Clocks also remain an outstanding alternative.

Features such as lit dials, lighted cabinets, auto night shut-off, volume control, more chimes choices, and more styles, among many other features like tubular chimes, make clock shopping  knowledge and homework more important than ever.  We hope this blog helps in this regard.

Among increasing grandfather clock choices, bargain shoppers and discount hunters are all the time looking for the best deals.  Consumers are fortunate to have more choices than ever to give as gifts now and then to pass from generation to generation.

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[...] My grandmother died a few years ago at the age of 97. During her long life, she traveled the world on what little money she had, and always made sure to bring back unique gifts for everyone. When she went to Germany in the 70s, she brought back beautifully handcrafted grandfather clocks, two different ones. She kept one in her house until she died and gave the other to my father, and it now resides with me. I never thought I’d ever see such fine quality craftsmanship on a clock again. I thought the time for quality timepieces like the ones Grandma Annie brought home was long gone. That was until I visited the folks at 1-8004CLOCKS.com and their quality collection of new Howard Miller grandfather clocks. You can tell right away these people know their stuff when it comes to quality timepieces, as evidenced by their informative clock blog. [...]

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I have never had a grandfather clock anywhere I’ve lived. I don’t know why. I love them. I think they add personality and charm to any home. Now that Christmas is coming up I’m thinking what a great Christmas gift it would be! I read …

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[...] the house. The problem with clocks is that for the most part they are boring. that is why I want a grandfather clock. Everyone else tells me I am crazy and that grandfather clocks are old fashioned. I think they are [...]



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