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Patent registered by Abraham-Louis Breguet on the 26th of June, 1801 (7 Messidor year IX of the Republican calendar). The Tourbillon (or whirlwind) regulator, indissolubly linked with the name of its inventor, was intended to compensate for the errors and fluctuations in functioning due to the inevitable changes in position experienced by watches.
The invention consisted of mounting the escapement on a mobile plateform (or carriage) which revolved on itself in a given period. Errors were thus reproduced regularly and so cancelled one another out. The Tourbillon was not only one of the most famous of Breguet's inventions but also one of the most difficult to realize.

A selection of Grandes Complications «Tourbillon» timepieces

Agenda Tourbillon Exhibitions

Los Angeles USA October 4th – October 19th Breguet Boutique
Beijing China October 9th – October 20nd Breguet Boutique
Paris France October 14th – November 23rd Breguet Boutique
Chicago USA October 24th – October 29th Tourbillon Boutique
Tokyo (Ginza Chuo-Ku) Japan November 2nd – November 7th Breguet Boutique N. G. Hayek Center
New York City USA November 7th – November 17th Breguet Boutique Fifth Avenue
Harbin China November 30th - December 10th
Taiyuan China December 10th – December 25th XinYuElegant Taiyuan TianmeiXintiandiMall
Zürich Switzerland December 2nd – January 4th Breguet Boutique
Hanghzou Chine December 20th - January 5th Xin Yu Elegant Hangzhou Plaza
Dubai UAE December 18th – January 4th DubaiMall, Atrium