As Unique as Their Wall Clocks - Volanus Announces the Launch of Their New Website

The Company that pioneered wall clock manufacturing has now announced the launch of their new website.

Reggio Emilia, Italy, August 15, 2013 --( Volanus Wall Clocks have always remained a symbol of Italian craftsmanship. These handcrafted clocks were the first in the world moved by piston. The Company has recently revamped their website.

"Only our site has moved with the times, the elegant wall and table clocks are timeless and set to perfection. Shoppers at our online store can either choose from our battery powered limited edition numbered handmade clocks, wall clocks signed by Renato Rinaldi himself," says a spokesperson for the company. Each of these clocks are made by master craftsmen in a small workshop located at Reggio Emilia- the same place where Gian Carlo Raineri invented the world's first clock in the year 1493.

The slow movement and mechanics add to the beauty and brilliance of the wall clock. Add to this the open mechanism and the external ring, and you have a clock that deserves a special place among priceless artifacts and collectibles. They're special objects that deserve to be given to special people on special occasions.

To those looking to purchase the wall clock, the online store makes it easy for people to shop and select one of their designs. They offer to ship their products anywhere in the world. And to those who're looking for special shipping order, requests to this effect can be made by contacting their sales team.

"Clocks are designed to hide the mechanism inside, but we've designed to highlight this very mechanism and display it as a part of the clock's brilliance. The external ring also adds the same effect," adds the spokesperson.

About Volanus Clocks:

Volanus is the effort of master designer and Italian robotics designer Renato Rinaldi. It is his innovation that created the world's first wall clock that is moved by pistons. These clocks are now handmade by mechanics at their small workshop in Reggio Emilia.

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