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Just where did Jaeger‑LeCoultre's clockmakers find their inspiration when they first conceived the Atmos back in 1928? Where did they get the idea of using variations in temperature as a source of energy? Even today the Atmos clock continues to surprise by its sheer inventiveness.
Produced in a series of limited editions, the Atmos clock literally lives off air. Inside an airtight capsule a mixture of gases expands and contracts with every change of temperature. In this way the mechanism is naturally self-winding and requires no human action. Case
Dimensions (WxDxH) : 155 X 200 X 225 mm

Functions
Hour - Minute

Recto Hands
Dauphines

Movement
Manual-winding
Pieces inside : 207
Vibrations per hour : 120
Jewels : 15
Barrel : 1

Dial
Blue, Lacquered, Roman numerals