How a tourbillon works, presented by Hublot

The tourbillon compilation was designed by Louis Abraham Breguet to counteract the effects of gravity by placing the heart of the watch – the escapement – in a rotating cage. This is one of the most desirable complications in the high horology world simply because it is one of the most beautiful to behold. Time and Tide visit the home of Hublot, in Nyon Switzerland, to spend a day with the high complications team exploring a range of complications from the inside, starting with the tourbillon.


Kwek Joo Chuan says:

Congrats Andrew

Mr Hrd says:

Nah…I just stick with Good, Old, accurate Quartz, this fancy movement only for visuals and art lovers..

Watch Aficionado says:

why do you guys never show Zenith on this channel?

mal GG says:

That accent is so fancyyyeuu.

Zuker Gill says:

What watch is the watchmaker wearing?

JayeBird says:

Handsome watch.

Zhangsta says:

your host looks like a daniel craig spoof lol

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Timepiece Perfection says:

I have a BlancPain tourbillon and they are certainly mesmerising. Great video great content. Thank you and I love Hublot btw ❤️❤️

Waqas Ahmed says:


RobReports says:

Toubillion=Money wood chipper. =O

Neil C says:

Probably the only hublot I like the look of.

Juan Velez says:

Gotta make more eye contact hahaha

Roman Jeremy says:

A sapphire bridge is a great idea. thanks for the vid !

Luke Banfield says:

Really interesting video – thanks for sharing

Kenny Rodriguez says:

Quartz is better. Mechanical watches are like art and religion. For a believer is everything but for a non believer it’s just bullshit.

Miguel G says:

Hublot is a joke

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