The Replica Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos Classique clock ref. 5101202 is housed in its gold-plated brass cabinet with a removable front glass door. The dimensions of the clock are 200mm in width, 155mm in depth and 225mm in height and the beating heart is the Jaeger LeCoultre calibre 560 composed of 207 pieces and 15 jewels. The dial features Roman numerals and blue 'poire' hands. In order to ensure proper operation, the clock is fitted with a built-in leveling indicator at the front and leveling knobs.
This is actually the Replica Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Classique Phases de Lune. Atmos clocks are technical brilliant. Inside each clock is really a hermetically sealed capsule which contains a combination of gas and liquid, that expands because the temperature increases and contracts because it falls. This motion constantly winds (!) the mainspring, an alternative in temperature of just one degree centigrade being sufficient for 2 days operation. Every Atmos clock is 100% hand crafted requires a whole month to create. The incredible precision from the Atmos manufacture produces clocks with an expected service existence well over 600 years. Housed inside a silver-plated cabinet (also rosegold can be obtained) the retail Cost is 8,200 USD.jaeger lecoultre replica watches online?
The Jaeger LeCoultre Replica Atmos Classique Phases de Lune table clock, silver-plated cabinet, white dial with spade hands and Roman numerals, moonphase and month indicators, 15 jewel Caliber 562 mechanical movement. Dimensions: 9.8" (25 cm) height x 7.3" (18.5 cm) width x 5.5" (14 cm) depth.
Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Classique Phases de Lune table clock invites one to contemplate the phases of the moon. Its indication is so accurate that it will register a difference of only one day in every 3,821 years.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos, the clock that lives on air, was invented in 1928. The most remarkable feature about the Atmos is that it does not need a battery or to be wound; it literally lives on air. Its secret lies in the hermetically sealed capsule that transforms even the smallest variations in ambient temperature into mechanical energy. Each time the temperature rises or falls by a single degree centigrade, the mechanism stores enough energy for 48 hours. The huge balance oscilates extremely slow (one oscillation every minute) and is suspended from an incredibly fine Elinvar wire.