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UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon
UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon

UM 1901 Moon Phase Automatic Tourbillon

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Choose from a polished stainless steel or genuine leather band to perfectly accent this unique, modern moon phase automatic tourbillon timepiece.
  • Condition: New
  • Case Size: 40mm
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel
  • Band: Stainless Stainless or Leather
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Dial: Multi
  • Cover: Hardened Sapphire 
  • Luminescent Hands
  • 12 Month International Warranty
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Exclusive surprise welcome gift
  • International Orders Typically Arrive In 6-10 days Via Free Expedited Shipping.  

What is a Tourbillon?

"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), the tourbillon averages out positional errors.

Originally an attempt to improve accuracy, tourbillons are still included in some expensive modern watches as a novelty and demonstration of watchmaking virtuosity. The mechanism is usually exposed on the watch's face to show it off."

What is an Automatic watch?

Automatic Watches will wind themselves by the motion of the wearer. As long as there is movement, the watch will remain wound and working properly. The benefit of the automatic watch is the ease of use and natural charging. Self-winding watches require the wearer to literally wind the watch's crown, which is located on the right side.