American electric motor manufacturing was almost exclusively relocated to Asia, leaving Kit-Cat Clock without a US motor supplier.
Left with this dilemma, the company invented a battery-run technology along with some precision balancing inner clock parts, using gravity to keep everything moving in a controlled manner.
Since the Kit-Cat Klock is considered to be an American icon, Woody Young, President of the California Clock Company stated it would be a perfect fit to include the world’s largest Kit-Cat Klock (75”) and a 75-year-old Ford Deuce Roadster.
In 2012, marked the 80th anniversary of the Kit-Cat Cat Klock, and 30 years with Woody Young as it’s president.
To celebrate these anniversaries, Kit-Cat sponsored the only 100 percent American-grown commercial float in the 2012 Pasadena Rose Bowl Parade.
In this place you fell the real Russian cozy atmosphere and the décor is exactly as if you entered someone’s house in the Soviet era, like your beloved grandma’s.
The interior of the café is filled with items from that period: tapestries with deer and heroes, disk telephones, books, lampshades and old televisions. Being honest it is not a cuckoo-clock, but a peacock-clock!
In 1939, Allied Clock Company and Clifford Stone of Portland Oregon, started the production of these adorable tail-wagging pendulum clocks-which are still being produced today.