Atmos Réédition 1934

ref. 5175102

Inspired by a historical piece dating from 1934 and housed in the Jaeger-LeCoultre Heritage Gallery, this Atmos pays homage to the creators of this clock and its unique operation that derives its energy from the changes in the ambient temperature, thereby ensuring virtually perpetual operation. Series limited to 300 timepieces.


Jean-Léon Reutter

Jean-Léon Reutter

In 1928, the engineer Jean-Léon Reutter defied the laws of physics by designing a movement that could function for several centuries without wear and tear or the need for external intervention. Intrigued by this revolutionary invention, Jaeger-LeCoultre offered him the use of the expertise at the Manufacture in order to perfect his mechanism and develop it further. And thus the Atmos clock was born.
A simple and refined design, Atmos Réédition 1934

A simple and refined design, Atmos Réédition 1934

This Atmos nestles under a hand-blown crystal glass dome and sits majestically on a Belgian black marble plate. The purity and lightness that emanate from this commemorative piece are accentuated by a steel base, so fine that it is almost invisible, creating the impression that time has definitively stood still.

Technical details

Case material:
Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre
  • 563
  • Mechanical
  • Number of pieces : 217
  • Vibrations per hour : 120
  • Jewels : 15
  • Barrel : 1
  • Hour - Minute
  • Glass
  • Dimensions (W x D x H) : 349x161x275mm
  • Breguet

Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 563