Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Transparente
Inside its crystal clear cabinet, the Atmos Transparente clock displays a strikingly sober new face.
The Atmos Transparente clock continues the legend of the almost perpetual movement initiated in 1928 by engineer Jean-Léon Reutter. A secret that is hidden in plain sight: just a single degree of variation in the room temperature gives enough power for the Atmos clock to run for two entire days.
Atmos Transparente clock © Jaeger-LeCoultre
The clock features a new glass dial with twelve fine, straight and black hour-markers. At the centre, two great, circling hands of the same colour mark off the passing hours and minutes. Strict, almost minimalist in their lines, these quintessential attributes form a harmonious contrast to the rounded fullness of the dial while respecting the features of the Art Deco style that has characterized this timepiece since the beginning. These straight lines are housed within a circle, which itself sits inside a rectangle. The base is satin brushed and rhodium plated.
The clear glass allows the components of the manually-wound movement, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 563, to be admired from every angle.
Price: CHF 10,000.
Ever since the brand was established in 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre has been enchanting lovers of beautiful objects. Its craftsmen and craftswomen, the guardians of the inventive spirit of company founder Antoine LeCoultre, pool their expertise to create collections that are as surprising as they are sophisticated: Reverso, Master, Rendez-Vous, Duomètre, Geophysic® and Atmos. This great brand continues to be inspired by its rich heritage and...Find out more >
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