THOMAS PRESCHER Triple Axis Tourbillon Regulator Sport

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    THOMAS PRESCHER –The inventor of the flying Triple Axis Tourbillon presents

    Triple Axis Tourbillon

    Regulator Sport

    Wristwatch with constant force mechanism in the carriage, fully hand engraved movement, luxury grey rhodium dial and blazing red hands.
    All our Tourbillons are unique pieces, created to the client’s whishes.
    The Triple Axis Tourbilon has a power reserve of 36 hours and its case is made from 18-carat gold or platinum. All parts of the movement, dial, hands and case are developed and made in house.

    Visit us this year at the “Baselworld 2009”, Hall 5.1 Stand B01
    26th March to 4th April 2009

    Best regards
    Thomas Prescher, CEO


    Special features
    · Flying tourbillon construction on three axes
    · Movement, Caliber TP 3W6A.3, designed and constructed in-house
    · First triple axis tourbillon wristwatch with constant force mechanism in the carriage
    · Tourbillon is secured in a specially designed flexible spring to absorb shocks

    Movement Information
    Diameter 37 mm
    Height 6.46 mm
    Number of components 327
    Weight of smallest screw used 0.0009 grams
    Number of jewels 47
    Frequency 21,600 beats per hour (3 Hz)
    Number of spring barrels two
    Plates and bridges gold-plated brass, hand-engraved with Guilloché Triangulair Balance wheel
    copper-beryllium CuBe2
    Balance spring flat hairspring
    Power reserve 40 hours
    Number of subdials two
    Functions hours, minutes, seconds


    Number of axes: three
    Height of tourbillon rotation 12.2 mm
    Revolution time: one minute
    Constant force mechanism on first axis in tourbillon cage
    System of constant force inertia acceleration according to Jaenneret
    Constant force reloading 6 times per second
    Diameter of balance wheel 9.5 mm
    Diameter of cage 13.4 mm
    Tourbillon weight first axis 0.347 grams
    Weight of first and second axes 0.766 grams
    Weight of first, second, and third axes with ball bearing 2.879 grams

    Distribution of bearing jewels
    First axis
    Balance 5
    Escapement 4
    Constant force mechanism 4
    Axis 2
    Second axis
    Flying arm 2
    Third axis
    Drive mechanism 4
    Setting mechanism 4
    Time indication system 10
    Drive mechanism 10

    Case details
    Case platinum 950 or 18-karat gold
    Crystal convex sapphire crystal on front and back, anti-reflective on both
    sides, hand-engraved with individual number
    Diameter 43 mm
    Dial 1.2 mm solid silver, hand guilloché with Guilloché Triangulair
    18-karat gold applied indexes 18-karat gold dauphine-style hands
    18-karat gold hand-engraved name and number plate
    Height 16.1 mm
    Water resistance 1 ATM (10 meters)
    Strap hand-cut and –sewn black alligator skin uppers and lowers
    Buckle platinum 950 or 18-karat gold
    Last edited by Ernie Romers; March 24th, 2009 at 22:50.
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    Ernie Romers
    Founder and former site owner,

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