Great Abraham-Louis Breguet was the first watchmakers have come to rightly conclude that the force of gravity affects the accuracy of the clock, and created a turbo-it – a device that compensates for the effects of gravity on the balance. But few remember that the Breguet Tourbillon created for pocket watches, which in 1795 had only the power-off people. Hours kept them in a special pocket of his coat vertically (and only in very obese at an angle of 45-50 degrees that way). And as Breguet created it, based on the vertical position, then this is where the module is working efficiently. And it is precisely in this position during normal hours due to an imbalance of “balance-spiral gravity then accelerates, then slows down the rotation of the balance, that is, scientifically speaking, is the positional error of course.
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