Jaeger-LeCoultre Unveils the Most Complex Atmos Clock Ever Created


Atmos is a clock or rather an ingenious invention that appears to defy the laws of physics, running for centuries without the need for any conventional energy source or rewinding, manufactured since 1928 by the Maison of fine watchmaking, Jaeger-LeCoultre since 1833.


Its sophisticated mechanism makes the Atmos clock run on normal, everyday fluctuations in air temperature; a variation of just one degree Celsius is sufficient to guarantee two days of running time.


This unprecedented Atmos has been designed for the most accurate reproduction of the true cycles of the Earth, Sun and Moon than we have seen ever before in any Atmos clock. Thus it is the most complex Atmos clock ever created run by Jaeger-LeCoultre's Calibre 590, also named “tellurium” in homage to 18th-century clocks, this mechanism has been developed on an Atmos.


Dimensions: 215mm diameter x 253mm height. Frequency: annular balance with 60-second oscillation

Functions: hours, minutes, night & day, month, moon phases, zodiacal calendar Cabinet: cylindrical glass hand-painted with the constellations. Reference: Q5765300.

Limited edition of 10 pieces.



Master Hybris Artistica Calibre 945 Atomium


This year the luxury watchmaker celebrates its expertise in celestial complications with a range of collections that help measure and unveil the movement of celestial bodies and the secrets of our universe.


Reinterpreting its Calibre 945 the new timepiece unites on a unique display a minute repeater and Cosmotourbillon.


The epitome of ingeniosity

The shape of the filigree forming the outer section of the dome, echoes the lines that link the stars to form constellations. This spectacular displays depicts the constellations on the wrist that can be seen in real time in the sky.