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Tourbillon (watchmaking)

In horology , a tourbillon , also called “rotating cage,” is a complication watch, added to the mechanism of exhaust , designed to improve the accuracy of mechanical watches by offsetting the disruption of the isochronism of the balance due to gravity earth. This mechanism was invented by the French watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet in 1801. […]

Movement (watchmaking)

A movement , in watchmaking , is the set of parts making it possible to operate a watch . Each type of movement finds its nomenclature under the name of ” caliber” , for example the ” Valjoux 7750 “. The dimensions of a movement are measured in millimeters, but the watchmakers also use ” […]