Does exactly what it needs to do for me. What more could you ask?
August 31, 2015
Good but . . .
This clock is well made and sturdy; the problem I had was trying to install it, the metal lever provided first of all is a light aluminum color, so it ruins the blacked out look for an Iron 883's handlebars. I couldn't make it fit well, it didn't secure well enough. I ended having to used the Velcro attachment provides but it actually vibrates so much it seems it's going to fall off. Not happy with it.
June 24, 2015
Easier to read than my watch
What can I say? It's a clock. I uses the included adhesive to stick it on my tank. Still working after 1000 miles. Vibrations don't affect it and it is very easy to read at a quick glance.
June 8, 2015
Small but easy to read. It's a great complement to the instrument cluster. It's very well made and solid, probably better than the original cluster. The mount was easy as it works on pretty much any 4 mm bolt. It's hard to tell it's not stock.
June 1, 2015
A sturdy little unit, all metal, great quality.
A sturdy little unit, all metal, great quality; I bought it for my KZ1100 LTD, and it fits well on the instrument cluster. Very versatile mounting options, and it keeps good time. Highly recommended, and as usual, great service and quick shipping. Revzilla has become one of my 'go to' sources for bike accessories.
March 2, 2015
So far so good. It's made it through the frigid winter of central Florida without fail. I was worried the moving parts may freeze up on me due to the ambient temperatures but she pulled through. This thing's a real fighter and thus far have nothing negative to mention. I used the Velcro applicator as opposed to the bracketed mount.
February 9, 2015
Was great until it fell off of my bike
Had one for about three years. Lost it on the way home when the small spot-weld holding the bit where the screw for the bracket... er, screws into, gave out (see attached photos). Likely from excessive vibrations, as my route has regular long-ish rough stretches.
Still like it enough to consider getting another one, but I'm currently looking around for a more solidly built one. If I do go back to this, I'll likely either mount it with the included velcro, or heavy-duty double-sided tape, or drown that bit with steel epoxy.
Also, its hands lose their luminosity quickly (never noticed it last longer than an hour). Not much of an issue, unless you do most of your riding when it's dark. Otherwise, the clock itself is solidly built, and it only lost time once or twice in the time I've had it (during long stretches wherein I didn't ride at all).
February 3, 2015
Love this little clock
This is exactly what I was looking for. The analog clockface is classic and easy to read. I don't actually know why I care what time it is when I'm riding since I only ride for fun, but maybe it's so I'll know when my husband is starting to wonder when I'll ever come home....
November 29, 2014