3 1/4" Tip CLOCK OIL in OILER & MANUAL 4 Mantle Wall GF

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 07,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

Clock Oil For: Grandfather Clocks, Grandmother Clocks, Wall Clocks, Mantle Clocks, Cuckoo Clocks, Anniversary Clocks,...etc...For Any Clock!!

Now With A Metal Cap With 3 1/4" Applicator Tip!!

Forget About The 1" Tip Or Other Short Tip Oliers Offered Elsew On Ebay. They Are Completely USELESS When Trying to Reach All The Internal Points Of A Clock Movement!!

4 Times More Oil Than You Get In Skinny Pen-Oilers!! A MUCH BETTER VALUE!!

My Oiler Is Much More Controllable When Oiling Your Clock Than A Pen-Oiler!!... The HARD Plastic Of A Pen-Oiler Makes It Hard To Control The Oil Coming Out The Tip....A Pen-Oiler Makes Nothing But A Mess!!

This Oiler Listed Has More Than Enough To Oil 50 Clocks Or More!!

REFILLABLE Bottle Measures 2 3/4"H x 7/8" Diameter. Metal Applicator Tip Measures An Additional 3 1/4" Long.

THIS AUCTION INCLUDES A OILING INSTRUCTION SHEET WITH PHOTO AND DIAGRAM SHOWING YOU EXACTLY W TO OIL ANY MECHANICAL CLOCK!!

BRAND NEW High Quality Clock Oil In Refillable Applicator Bottle.

This Is A Synthetic Oil That Is Slow Evaporating And Remains Fluid In Pivot Holes For Up To 10 Years With Special Adhesion Qualities Which Keep It In The Pivot Holes.

Contains 15cc Of Oil... More Than Enough To Oil 50 Clocks Or More!

Cap On End Seals Tube When Not In Use.

I'm Told This Oil Is Also GREAT For Model Trains Like Lionel And Others!!

Shipping And Handling Charges Of $5.65 For Each Oiler Are Non-Negotiable And Are For The 48 Continental United States And Canada. Shipping & Handling May Be More To Other Foreign Countries! ...Ask And I'll Quote The Price To Your Country.

Only Paypal Is Accepted.

No Combining Shipping Of This Item With Other Items That I Sell...This Oil MUST Ship Separately From Other Items!! Shipping Discount For Combined Multiple Purchases (Excludes Clock Oil, Clock Keys, Clock Level, & Cuckoo Antlers).

We Are 4th and 5th Generation Clockmakers...Father 59 Years Experience & Son 27 Years Experience. Our Family Has Been Repairing Clocks For 5 Generations Since 1844...Yes, That's 1844!!...For The Last 165 Years...Going Back To My Great-Great Grandfather . We Repair Over 1000 Clocks, Of All Kinds, Per Year.

I Sell Clock Parts Year-Round On Ebay...See My Other Auctions For More Clock Parts.

I Answer All Clock & Clock Parts Questions... Don't Hesitate To Ask Something.

Buy With Confidence From An Ebay Power Seller!!

A Note About My Shipping & Handling Prices: On This Item I Start The Bidding At My Cost (To Be Competitive With Other Sellers On Ebay) And The Actual Shipping Cost, Ebay Listing Fees, Ebay Final Value Fees, And Paypal Fees Come Out Of The Rest Of The Shipping & Handling Price. If You Do Not Care For The Shipping & Handling Prices I Have Stated In My Auctions PLEASE DO NOT BID!! I Don't Want To Hear About It After The Auction Is Over Or In Feedback Left. If You Leave It In Feedback I Will Leave A Negative Feedback For You Since I Am Up-Front With The S&H Prices In my Auctions And It Is Stated Before You Bid. I Work Hard To Keep My 100% Feedback Rating!! Thanks For Looking!!

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