Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Transparente
The Atmos Transparente clock displays a strikingly sober new face.
From every angle – front, side or back – the vision is captivating and the equilibrium is perfect. The dial is embellished by an Art Deco-style. The base is satin brushed and rhodium plated. Thanks to a very simple mechanism invented by engineer Jean-Léon Reutter in 1928 and brought to market by Jaeger-LeCoultre in the 1930s, the Atmos clock lives on air. Always as constant, always as accurate.
The new glass dial sets off its twelve hour-markers particularly well. Fine, perfectly straight, and of a deep black, they stand out sharply within this beautifully pared-back design. 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. These straight lines are housed within a circle, which itself sits inside a rectangle.
Atmos Transparente © Jaeger-LeCoultre
The virtually perpetual movement enjoys another occasion to reveal the mechanical genius and exceptional accuracy that characterise it. A secret that is hidden in plain sight: just a single degree of variation in the room temperature, and the Atmos clock captures enough power to run for two entire days. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 563 can be admired from every angle. Each face of its transparent cabinet has been treated with a new anti-reflective coating.
The Atmos Transparente clock is priced at CHF 9750.
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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