Clock Clip

SKU: 4230

Availability: In stock


Product Description


An accurate, durable, easy-to-read liquid-filled compass that simply clips onto any 7⁄8" or 1" handlebar. Luminous 1" floating dial on jeweled pivot provides smooth rotation. Clip is easy to remove for accurate readings away from steel motorcycle parts.

Also as durable as the compass is an easy to read, liquid filled -20°F to +160°F thermometer. It too clips onto any 7⁄8" or 1" handlebar. One inch diameter dial.

The clock clip is specially made for us and features a sweep-second quartz movement that is not really intended for outdoor use but the prototype survived two seasons on Ed’s 500 single so we think it’s OK. YMMV, however.


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Mine did not ship with a ...Review by Ben Friedman
Mine did not ship with a rubber spacer so it does not fit a 7/8'' bar. Also, resetting the time is not a trivial operation. (Posted on 8/15/08)
I had one that I moved fr...Review by DeWayne Ross
I had one that I moved from the Kawasaki to the Sportster for two years. Yeah...yeah I know Kawa & Harley sue me... anyway I really liked the clock it was great. Then after two years it went down. New battery didn't make it work. I will get a new one just like it though. (Posted on 8/13/08)
I've had mine for several...Review by James Vieira
I've had mine for several years and I love it. The baterry died after 2 years,I replaced it and it's been working great ever since. I just odered one for a riding buddy. (Posted on 5/23/08)
Great item, especially fo...Review by WayneL Larson
Great item, especially for the price. Had same problem after time as Sioux Harris. Reordered and told the item is out of stock. Disappointed (Posted on 5/4/08)
hi thanckyou for such ni...Review by vlad turcan
hi thanckyou for such nice gift ,,for this price is just perfect its only smal proablem the key is broken and dosen.t make sence to send them back becose is goto cost me double i recomend whith one condition you live close to the wearhouse. (Posted on 12/9/07)
Have mine 5 years through...Review by Roger Ruvell
Have mine 5 years through heat/rain (Florida, Georgia), heat/cold/rain (Germany, Denmark), works fine, one battery replacement. Beats taking glove off to check time while riding. Should have had one earlier, been riding since 1951. (Posted on 9/13/07)
Very handy little item- e...Review by kcox
Very handy little item- easy on and off to go on my various bikes. Leathers and gloves makes time checking a hassle and this eliminates all that and cheap, to boot. Def recommended. (Posted on 9/2/07)
I LOVED this thing for th...Review by Sioux Harris
I LOVED this thing for the first two years- then it died. I replaced the battery but it still would not keep accurate time. One thing I really liked about it was that I could move it from bike to bike easily! Heck- it's still right twice a day! (Posted on 8/6/07)

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Three Little Clips…

Each of these devices has a few unique quirks. The Clock Clip (#4230) is by far the most useful. It's proven to be durable, easy to read and works great on bicycles, too. The Compass Clip (#2203) has problems finding north as soon as it's clipped to any handlebar, but it also snaps off in half a second and because it's nicely liquid filled it quickly points true as soon as it's a few feet away from all the metal. This remains a nice lightweight and out-of-the-way method of having a little analog backup in case the GPS fails in some remote place, or if your and your smartphone are way off the grid somewhere.

The Temperature Clip (#2212) is the most problematic. It's also liquid filled, but the numbers are so small that it's very hard to read, almost impossible...and it's not adjustable so if it's internal bimetallic spring pointer is off by a few degrees you need to figure out by how much and then perpetually add or subtract this number to know the actual temp. Pain in the ass, but still a lot less costly than the next option, which is this really nice digital (#4266, $15.00) that reads to tenths of a degree and also gives you the humidity. On the other hand that one isn't waterproof without modification and this Temp Clip does tell the temperature sort of accurately, uses no batteries and doesn't require figuring out a way to mount it. Clip on-clip off.

— Mr. Subjective, 2015