T&T Analog Clock
Manufacturer details: Tumbleton and Twist
Classic design meets high-tech
The proverbial attention to detail and to the English/Italian design of the 50s and 60s was the driving force behind the development of the Tumbleton & Twist instruments and clocks. High-quality digital and analogue electronics, brand-name movements, installed in stainless steel, aluminium and glass. The style of the precise round instruments and clocks goes perfectly with classic bikes, choppers, custom bikes or café racer conversions.
Catalogue page: 572
Stainless steel is a collective term for rustproof steel. It is much more resistant to corrosion than non-alloyed steels. Stainless steel does not deteriorate, and is hygienic, UV-resistant, non-corroding, fracture-proof, non-toxic and environmentally friendly. It does not weather and can be recycled in its entirety, even after many years. Technically, the term "stainless steel" refers to corrosion-resistant steel alloys with a wide variety of compositions but always containing a high percentage of chromium (usually a minimum of 10.5%)
Stainless steel should be cleaned regularly like all other materials, especially after exposure to salty air (near the coast), and also at regular intervals.
Water can easily collect in corners, edges and screw connections, resulting in corrosion. So careful cleaning is important, and if necessary screws should be undone in order to clean the parts thoroughly.
Do not leave rusty steel parts against stainless steel to avoid the rust "contamination".
T&T Analog Clock
Tumbleton & Twist analog clock
These clocks have a diameter of approx. 26 mm, so they will fit in almost any cockpit. A quality brand-name clock with mineral glass and stainless steel housing. The waterproof clocks (3 ATM/approx. 30 m) are attached with an extremely strong adhesive pad (withstands temperatures from -30°C to +110°C).
- Also suitable for cars.
- Comprises: clock, velcro adhesive pad, battery
- For handlebar mounting we recommend our housing and handlebar brackets
- Note: The movement of these clocks is sealed in a waterproof protective housing. The battery must only be changed by a watchmaker to ensure that the clock remains waterproof and to avoid damaging the housing or glass.
Test reportsIssue 10-2004
Comment: "Tiny timepiece with elegant mount; easy to read despite small digits."