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12 december 2021
Jaeger-LeCoultre and Sublime by Bosco Present New Atmos Kuranty Clock

The tabletop clock Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos embodies time itself: firstly, the clock features the unique mechanism operating based on temperature fluctuations; secondly, the clock inherits the brand’s signature style that has remained unchanged over the last 90 years. In 2021, the rich selection of Atmos clock was expanded with the addition of the iconic Atmos Kuranty model created by the Manufacture in cooperation with Bosco. The clockface replicates the design of Russia’s most iconic clock – the famous Moscow Kremlin Spasskaya Tower Clock Tower. The subdued elegance of the clockface is further emphasized by the golden hands, measuring time with a precision worthy of the Kremlin chimes. The back of the clock features the Russian Federation state coat of arms.

With a history dating back to 1928, the Atmos Clock was engineered by Jean-Léon Reutter, and can run perpetually without batteries or winding. The energy required to drive the clock is supplied by changes in temperature. The Secret lies in a hermetically sealed capsule containing a gaseous mixture – initially mercury – that dilates when the temperature rises and contracts when it drops. In conjunction with the clock’s mainspring, the capsule acts as a mechanical lung which "breathes" in and out, and in doing so winds the barrel in step with atmospheric fluctuations. Even a one-degree Celsius shift is enough to guarantee a full 48-hour power reserve. Its annular balance also operates in an amazingly economical manner. Atmos clocks are the classic mantel clock of the 20th Century both in terms of science and look. And the Art deco lines, accuracy, and silent, near-perpetual motion have meant that JLC has been able to sell over half a million clocks to date.

Atmos Kuranty is especially notable for the clock hands, faithfully replicating the Kremlin Clock in careful detail. The Roman numerals are a further indication that Atmos Kuranty is a timeless classic.

Mechanism: practically eternal handmade Jaeger-LeCoultre 519 mechanical caliber.

Functions: hours, minute.

Size: 250 mm x 155 mm x 200 mm

Caliber: JLC 519 RU

Operating range: practically eternal

Clockface: satin black, with golden Roman numerals

Hands: inspired by the design of the Moscow Kremlin Clock

Case: decorated with the Russian Federation coat of arms

Model: QZE51012

Limited series including just 18 copies

The clock is available for pre-order at the Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutique, GUM. Telephone: +7 495 620 34 86

12 december
Jaeger-LeCoultre and Sublime by Bosco Present New Atmos Kuranty Clock

The tabletop clock Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos embodies time itself: firstly, the clock features the unique mechanism operating based on temperature fluctuations; secondly, the clock inherits the brand’s signature style that has remained unchanged over the last 90 years. In 2021, the rich selection of Atmos clock was expanded with the addition of the iconic Atmos Kuranty model created by the Manufacture in cooperation with Bosco. The clockface replicates the design of Russia’s most iconic clock – the famous Moscow Kremlin Spasskaya Tower Clock Tower. The subdued elegance of the clockface is further emphasized by the golden hands, measuring time with a precision worthy of the Kremlin chimes. The back of the clock features the Russian Federation state coat of arms.

With a history dating back to 1928, the Atmos Clock was engineered by Jean-Léon Reutter, and can run perpetually without batteries or winding. The energy required to drive the clock is supplied by changes in temperature. The Secret lies in a hermetically sealed capsule containing a gaseous mixture – initially mercury – that dilates when the temperature rises and contracts when it drops. In conjunction with the clock’s mainspring, the capsule acts as a mechanical lung which "breathes" in and out, and in doing so winds the barrel in step with atmospheric fluctuations. Even a one-degree Celsius shift is enough to guarantee a full 48-hour power reserve. Its annular balance also operates in an amazingly economical manner. Atmos clocks are the classic mantel clock of the 20th Century both in terms of science and look. And the Art deco lines, accuracy, and silent, near-perpetual motion have meant that JLC has been able to sell over half a million clocks to date.

Atmos Kuranty is especially notable for the clock hands, faithfully replicating the Kremlin Clock in careful detail. The Roman numerals are a further indication that Atmos Kuranty is a timeless classic.

Mechanism: practically eternal handmade Jaeger-LeCoultre 519 mechanical caliber.

Functions: hours, minute.

Size: 250 mm x 155 mm x 200 mm

Caliber: JLC 519 RU

Operating range: practically eternal

Clockface: satin black, with golden Roman numerals

Hands: inspired by the design of the Moscow Kremlin Clock

Case: decorated with the Russian Federation coat of arms

Model: QZE51012

Limited series including just 18 copies

The clock is available for pre-order at the Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutique, GUM. Telephone: +7 495 620 34 86

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