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The availability of educational resources to learn antique clock or watch repair is very limited.  Only three clock and watch repair schools exist in the United States.  One is located in Pennsylvania, Illinois and the other is in Ohio.  Unless you live near one of these three schools, you are basically out of luck.  Why not learn clock repair or watch repair at home by watching and learning from a DVD course?  These courses were designed just for this purpose.  You can learn at your own pace from the comfort and convenience of your home.  Learning in a class is a great experience, but will you remember everything you have learned tomorrow, next week, next month or next year?  You may think to yourself, "How was that repair procedure completed?"  You can always refer to your DVDs to recall the entire repair procedure!  A class cannot ever offer this advantage.

Antique clock repair and watch repair is a dying skill and art. Most repairmen have either retired or passed on. Yet there remain many antique clocks and watches in people's homes that are not in working condition. Many clocks and watches are past down from generations and have become family heirlooms. These non-working watches and clocks have not told time in decades. When customers finally get their antique clock or watch repaired, it can be an emotional event. It takes them back to their childhood when they last heard the clock strike, chime or tick. It can bring back memories of a grandparent winding the clock once a week or wearing a watch or pocket watch.

Of the remaining clock and watch repairmen and women, their business is very strong. Waiting 3 to 6 months to have your antique watch or clock repaired is not uncommon. Through the courses offered by Tick Tock Productions, you can learn to repair antique clocks and watches. There are over 35 hours of DVD training offered through these courses. Many retired people take up clock and watch repair to start for fun or for profit. Being able to restore and repair Grandpa's or Grandma's old clock or watch can be a satisfying and rewarding moment. For many it can be emotional. It is the only real hobby or part time business from home that can make you money. If you want to enjoy antique watches and clocks as a hobby, repair your own clock collection or start a repair business, these DVD courses are available for anyone who has an interest. Each course has 4 to 4.5 hours of easy to learn antique repair DVD video instruction. A course repair manual is included. They are filmed in high quality digital video for superior DVD visual clarity. One can watch, learn, and understand with close up shots of actual live clock and watch repair demonstrations. These courses teach museum quality restoration and repair of antique clocks and watches. Students of each antique clock or watch repair course will learn the necessary steps to successfully repair many problems encountered with antique mechanical clocks or watches. 


  Learn clock or watch repair with these DVD courses.  Course manuals are included. 

Watch, study and learn antique clock or watch repair through DVD course instruction using actual live repairs. 


Clock Repair 1 & 2    Advanced Clock Repair    PRO advanced clock repair  

Clockmaker Watchmaker Lathe Basics  Clockmaker Watchmaker Lathe Projects      Clock Case Repair & Restoration   Wooden Works Movement Repair

Introduction to Watch Repair and The Watch Repair Course



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