When a piece of horological mastery brings together a combined experience of more than 783 years of the ultra-traditional manufactures, one can safely assume it will be something totally out of the ordinary, especially to the eye. That is exactly our reaction when we noticed the Atmos clock, which has been created in joint partnership between
On the watch making front, there is Jaeger Le-Coultre who in the past have created some splendors like Antoine Le-Coultre tribute watch and the recent,
The most amazing part of the mechanism is that, in functions according to the ambient temperature from where it gains its charge to keep the movements going. A difference of 1 degree Centigrade is enough for 48 hours of operations. The gas filled chamber placed towards the rear end of this movement, ensures that the change in temperature results in generation of mechanical force to drive this engine. Its no wonder that the creative director of Hermes, Pierre-Alexis Dumas termed this creation as ‘retro-futurism’.