Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Transparente

Jaeger-LeCoultre announced a new version of their Atmos clock comes in a crystal clear cabinet made of anti-reflective glass which makes the dial and the mechanical Calibre 563 movement visible from any angle.

The Atmos clock is a unique mechanical design that’s powered by atmospheric pressure and temperature to power its functions. No winding, no batteries, no external intervention are needed to keep this clock ticking forever.  A single degree of variation in the room temperature will power the clock for two days. “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,”.

The glass dial features an Art Deco-style, with transferred hour markers and minimalist hands, with a black polished finish. 

The Atmos Transparente comes in a clear rectangular glass cabinet. Measuring 250 mm x 185 mm x 145 mm. The case is made from a new-generation colourless glass and treated with an anti-reflective coating. Atmos Trasparente (ref. Q5135204) has a retail price of Euro 9,950 / US$ 9,450. jaeger-lecoultre.com. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.