Manufactured by Hermle, a century-old German company commonly regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious clockmakers, Ferrum Quartz Regulator Wall Clocks are handmade and inscribed with the words “tempus fugit,” meaning “time flies.” The expression serves as a reminder to guests to enjoy every minute of their stay with the hotel. It also serves as a reminder to hoteliers that every minute is an opportunity to improve operational efficiency, optimize the guest experience and increase revenue performance.
Exquisite clocks by Hermle and Kieninger are popular fixtures in upscale hotels, often adorning the lobby, corridors and executive suites and enhancing the décor of the property as a whole.
Finished in elegant cherry, the Ferrum clock measures 23 x 10 x 4 inches and features a swan neck pediment, full-length reeded columns, and a turned finial and decorative shell. Each clock has an ornate brass and silver finished dial with black Roman numerals. The dual-chime quartz plays Westminster or bim bam melodies. The clock includes volume control, personalized night shut-off, a quarter hour chime and a full hour strike.
The Ferrum Quartz Regulator Wall Clock is currently being offered free to hotel owners and operators with a minimum purchase of $1,000.
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