In watchmaking, a tourbillon, also called a "rotating cage",
is a watchmaking complication, added to the escapement mechanism,
to improve the precision of mechanical watches by counterbalancing
disturbances to the isochronism of the balance due to the earth's gravity.
A movement consists of the mechanical elements giving the unit of time.
The escapement regulates the energy stored in the barrel or in the
weight rise. The barrel contains a spring, manually wound by
through the winding stem, and which stores the mechanical energy of the
Motorist, over time on several movement bases (exclusive development Télôs Watch SA), from the most standard to the most complicated integrating many options such as power reserve, chrono, perpetual calendar or others.
We offer our customers tailor-made movements...
Like haute-couture, we work on our movements and constructions with specific designs to make them comprehensive and focused. Based on the wishes of our customers, our products or from our idea shop...
Our creators of concept watches, watchmakers and mechanics with experienced know-how combine their skills and have given birth to the most remarkable and inventive timepieces such as the Opus 14 (Harry Winston) or the Metamorphosis (Montblanc).
Founded in 2009 in La Chaux-de-Fonds by Franck Orny and Johnny Girardin, Télôs Watch SA is a company specialising in exclusive and innovative development of watch mechanisms.
Thanks to our independence, we are able to propose new concepts, technical or playful, whether they be additional modules or our own movements, integrating complications.
Télôs Watch SA carries out the entire project, from development to prototyping, from manufacturing to assembly, from casing to inspection, as well as laboratory testing.
Our aim: to listen to you, to be attentive to your ideas, your desires and your needs ...
"The development of YOUR CLOCK HERITAGE."