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In 1928 a Neuchatel engineer called Jean-Leon Reutter built a clock driven quite literally by air.
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The high quality Swiss manufacture is unparalleled.
But, that's just how your average Atmos clock works, we haven't gotten to what makes this particular clock so special. Which, is, you know, just awesome, and not as unexpected as you might think.
Jaeger and Hermés actually have a lengthy history working together, dating all the back to the 20s when JLC supplied movements to the first Hermés timepieces.
The Clock self-winds and keeps time on temperature change, perpetually spinning the pendulum.
First invented in 1928 by Swiss Jean-Leon Reutter and Jaeger Le Coultre.