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Some kits come without a case, with the expectation that the clockmaker is suitable a set right into an existing (perhaps heirloom) frame. Or, the diameter of the clock could be so big (e.g., 3 feet in diameter, and even larger) that an instance would be impractical. This is another choice to take into consideration. The factor is that there are tradeoffs. Building watches from scratch uses practically unrestricted control over size, design, and look, but it also requires a great deal of time choosing the specific parts as well as putting them with each other right into an eye-catching work. The other side, as the above conversation shows, is that one can become an immediate clockmaker with a wall clock kit.