Housed in a clear cabinet constructed entirely out of anti-reflective glass is the latest expression of the Atmos, the Transparente. Sitting on a satin brushed and rhodium-plated stainless steel base. the clear glass housing puts the mechanism on full display, showcasing its Art Deco-style glass dial and the complex yet simple virtually perpetual Jaeger-LeCoultre 563 movement. The hand-assembled movement is comprised of 217 parts and can capture a full two days of power from just one degree of change in room temperature.
Marc Newson and Jaeger-LeCoultre return with another museum-worthy Atmos
The ultimate statement piece for fans of horology and design.