Tourbillon is a mechanism that compensates the gravity of our planet. That is, the balance wheel and the trigger are mounted on a special rotating platform. The platform rotates around axis (usually, one revolution per one minute) and changes the center of gravity of the whole mechanism. When you rotate the platform, watches are fast just for the half-minute and then lose also half a minute. Thus error and is offset by the progress, which depends on the Earth’s gravity. It is worth noting that the tourbillon rotates in only one plane and performs its function well only when the Breguet Tourbillon Watches are in a vertical position, that is in your hand. However, if the watches are on the table you need to rotate them in the other plane.
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