Recently, I have found 4 Vityaz (Russian) mechanical clock in an old house. These clocks were made in the 1970s, and I was determined to fix at least one. Sadly, 2 out of 4 clocks were beyond repair, due to rust and other age related issues, but I was able to fix the remaining ones into working condition.I had to remove the casings of these devices, due to the state of them.Since then, I have been tweaking and tampering with them, so they will run more accurate.This was my first attempt to fix a mechanical clock, but I have been fascinated since then, and looking for more like these, so I can make them click and clack again!I have given away one to my friend, because he is interested in these too, and I have kept one for myself.I have uploaded the final result, but please mind, that I am a newbie in fixing clocks. I literally used only my hands and a screwdriver. Even for the smaller parts. Thank you for reading this, and please send me a message if you wanna see more pictures about the process.Sincerely:-WareZ, HungaryCreator of the HEAVEN Development Team
This was it's original state.
The "workbench". Literally using my office desk and a cloth.
After a long fight, my determination won!Everything was cleaned (as best as I could with homemade stuf) from rust, dust, and other nasty things (sorry lil spider for destroying your home), it can now click and clack happily again.I now use it daily, just because I like it. And it's loud. And I'm a heavy sleeper.