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May 6, 2010

Ladies Tourbillon Watch by Zitura

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What Is A Tourbillon?

A Tourbillon (meaning “whirlwind” in French)  is a device invented by in 1795  Abraham Louis Breguet to counteract the effects of gravity in the accuracy of clocks and watches. The tourbillon was originally designed to eliminate errors of rate in pocket watches, which were kept in vertical positions for long periods of time.

How Does A Tourbillon Work?

When a watch is in the vertical position, gravity either accelerates or slows the balance and escapement mechanism that regulates the speed of rotation of the wheels. A tourbillon is comprised of a mobile carriage or cage containing the regulating mechanism (balance wheel with hairspring) and the lever escapement, with the balance in the center, and this mechanism rotates the wheels. The escape pinion turns about the fixed fourth wheel. By mounting the escapement in a rotating frame, all errors were reproduced and thereby cancelled the effect of gravity when the escapement is rotated 180°. The frame makes one revolution per minute, thus annulling errors of rate in the vertical position. The rotation of the whole device around the axis of the frame suppresses the effects of friction or other effects caused by unbalanced components and gravity.

Considered as one of the most complex of watch complications, tourbillons are prized for their engineering and design principles. Building a tourbillon is viewed as a testament to a watchmaker’s skill and the sheer complexity and achievement of such miniature handmade mechanisms makes the movement one of the most valued complications.

Ashli Jewelers presents the womens Tourbillon by Zitura…. The Watch with Timeless Value.

Model #38623

• 1 minute flying Tourbillon movement
• 21’600 bph
• 42 hrs power reserve
• Polished steel
• Sapphire crystal front and back
• 19 Jewels
• Diameter: 40mm
• Water resistant to 5 ATM (50 meters)
• Manual winding
• Genuine Alligator Strap
• Two year warranty
• Offering price $3,4995.95

Model # 38623D:

• 1 minute flying Tourbillon movement
• 21’600 bph
• 42 hrs power reserve
• Polished steel
• Sapphire crystal front and back
• 19 Jewels
• Diameter: 40mm
• Water resistant to 5 ATM (50 meters)
• Manual winding
• Genuine Alligator Strap
• Features full diamond bezel with 46 round diamonds, @1.11 cts VVS, F-G
• Two year warranty
• Offering price $8,499.95

Both Tourbillons can be purchased be at Ashli Jewelers Facebook Store Front using any major credit card (Visa, Master Card, Discover, Amex) or PayPal if you so choose, Safe and Secure.  Free Shipping !  A beautiful and exclusive watch box comes together with each ZITURA watch.  The box has a removable tray with a soft cushion.

Zitura is a Swiss company originally located in the cantons of Bienne and Zug and was moved to Magliaso in Southern Switzerland. The name Zitura remains synonymous with Pure Value. The meaning of Zitura derives from two expressions in Swiss dialect for time and watch, i.e. “Zyt” and “Ur”.  In line with the esteemed image of the Swiss bank, Zitura is proud to offer the updated Swiss Bankers Watch, upholding the ideals of elegance, quality, and value.

For a limited time only purchase a Ladies Tourbillon Watch by Zitura at Ashli Jewelers Faebook store front and receive a free genuine Alligator Ladies Handbag valued at $699.95!

Genuine Alligator Leather Lady’s Handbag (11″ x 8″ x 3 1/8″) with  removable shoulder strap made of alligator leather  42″.  This lady handbag has one internal large compartment, one zipped internal compartment and one outer large pocket with metal feet.

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