Chronograph - build your own working model by UGears
Get Your Exclusive Chronograph
If you are fascinated with regular watches and stopwatches, then this construction kit is perfect for you as it brings one of the most popular timekeeping devices of today – the chronograph, which is well-known for recording time accurately. Now, you get to build your very own chronograph and proudly show it off to friends.
Looks beautiful and unique – makes a fine accessory for your workstation or desk at home. You can even display it in the living room, as it can be used to impart a decorative touch too as a vintage element.
The mechanical device can be set for any time ranging from 1 to 20 minutes. It is really easy to operate due to the wind up alarm system that sets off the alarm after the time runs out.
The chronograph timer has a highly efficient roller pendulum and amplitude adjustment system on the back wall.
The timer can be powered using plain office rubber bands – this is a common feature in most models under the UGEARS label.
It doesn’t take much time to put together – you can rope in a friend or build it with your child.
The model kit is an excellent gift for a wide age group – all they need is a passion for creating things from scratch. Being associated with the UGEARs brand, you can rest assured the product is of premium quality and will last for a long time. This model has been tweaked quite a few times to create an ideal version of this exquisite gadget. Moreover, you don’t have to deal with irritating, sticky fingers as the parts are designed for self-assembly sans any kind of glue – this characteristic is what makes our patented inventions even more special.
So what are you waiting for? Please order immediately.
Model for self-assembly without glue.
Model Size : 6.9*3.3*10in (175*85*256mm)
Package size: 14.6*6.7*1.2in (37*17*3cm)
Number of parts: 107
Chronograph mechanical model by UGears - assembly instructions by Denis
i found this item quite enjoy able , but when it came to the clock work was very figety n broke alot of tooth picks seting it ,, BUT besides that i real did injoy making it , i forsee myself getting more
Nice concept, but unfortunatly did not work as instructed.
I followed the instructions exactly as described. Twice. But the end result did not work at all. The gears turned in sync but all the way until the end. No resistance or steps for the time to be counted. The troubleshooting in the manual is ridiculously bad, only a bad picture of topo of how it's supposed to be when done.
It's shame, since the concept was great.