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Jaeger-LeCoultre for Alfred Dunhill

Posted on: May 25, 2009

Jaeger-LeCoultre introduces an Atmos Regulator clock in a limited series of 28 pieces created for Alfred Dunhill. The clock stands in a black varnished casing with a clear glass front. This casing is set on a black shelf with a tinted glass background that features art deco designs inspired by Dunhill’s iconic 1930s lighters and cigarette cases. The front of the shelf is inlaid with black stingray leather, a reference to Dunhill’s heritage in luxury leather.

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Atmos clocks are powered by slight changes in temperature, needing no winding, electricity or batteries. A temperature change of one degree Celsius powers the clock for 48 hours. The Atmos uses 250 times less energy than a classic wristwatch. 

All for a humble price of $70,600. Oh Boy!!

via: Watch Happening


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