Kieninger Tourbillon

In horology, a tourbillon (French: "whirlwind") is an addition to the mechanics of a watch escapement. Developed around 1795 and patented by the French-Swiss watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet on June 26, 1801, a tourbillon aims to counter the effects of gravity by mounting the escapement and balance wheel in a rotating cage, to negate the effect of gravity when the timepiece (thus the escapement) is stuck in a certain position. By continuously rotating the entire balance wheel/escapement assembly at a slow rate (typically about one revolution per minute), positional errors are averaged out.

 
Kieninger Tourbillon
Kieninger miniature mantel clock ebony tourbillon1302-57-02
Classic miniature mantel clock style: Makassar ebony base with special mouth-blown, oval glass dome, winding key depot and engraved scelett dial with color inlays and Breguet style hands..

Movement: NDT
Precision key wind movement with 2 jewels, 4 ball bearings and tourbillon (2 ball bearings, 11 jewels with screw balance), run time 7 days, fine ground finish with etched decor, diamond milled edges and silver plated
2.390,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax
Kieninger clockoil Clock 859
Precision lubricant for clock movements

For exact oiling with a very thin discharge tube.

Can be used on steel, non-ferrous metals, aluminum and several plastics.
Recommended temperatur for use:  from -15°C to +100°C

content 4ml
 
28,90 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax
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