Jaeger-LeCoultre introduces a new Atmos Clock with a minimalist, but very Art-Deco glass cabinet and dial. Named the Atmos Transparente.
Invented by Jean-Léon Reutter in 1928 and brought to the market by Jaeger-LeCoultre in the 1930s, the Atmos clock lives on air. Just a single degree of variation in the room temperature, and the Atmos clock captures enough power to run for two entire days.
A clear glass allows the components of its movement, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 563, to be admired from every angle. Thanks to A/R coating on all sides of the cabinet.
Movement: mechanical, virtually perpetual, Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 563, manufactured and assembled by hand, 217 parts, annular balance wheel