Tourbillon power reserve close-up
The tourbillon was invented in the 19th century by Abraham-Louis Breguet to counteract the forces of gravity on a watch by rotating the timekeeping mechanism. Nowadays, tourbillons are prestige high-end complications mainly featured on unaffordable Swiss brand name watches.
This watch is a Chinese tourbillon, which features the same technical innovation at a fraction of the price. The movement comes from the Liaoning Watch factory, while the watch is cased at the Million Smart facility.
Lightbox with white background
430EX with omnibounce right of lightbox at 1/8
DX extension tube #3