Atmos Regulator Clock Powered By Temperature Change

Atmos Regulator Clock Powered By Temperature Change

Atmos Regulator Clock powered by temperature changes

Jaeger-LeCoultre introduces an Atmos Regulator clock in a limited series of 28 pieces created for Alfred Dunhill.  Inspired by regulators of former times, the Atmos Regulator displays hours and minutes on two separate dials. The movement – a Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 582 – appears to be suspended in mid-air.  Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Atmos clocks are powered by slight changes in temperature, needing no winding, electricity or batteries.

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Ticketime – Boarding Pass and Wristwatch All in One

Ticketime - Boarding Pass and Wristwatch All in One

 Airline boarding passes designed to make you think they care about your time

The fringe of the ticket is made of electronic paper that could be torn off and worn as a wristwatch during the period of your travel. Before your departure, the airline company would preset the watch to the time zone of your destination. It is returned to the airline counter during your check-in upon your return flight, whilst still serving the purpose of a flight ticket.

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New Wristwatch Style GPS Route Indicator

New Wristwatch Style GPS Route Indicator

The driver winds the knobs to move the map on as their car travels further

They are notorious for guiding exasperated motorists down footpaths, into ponds or to the wrong city entirely.

But the modern-day sat-nav is likely to pose far fewer problems for lost drivers than its 1927 forerunner.

The Plus Four Wristlet Route Indicator, which has gone on display at a National Trust house, is thought to be the first navigation device for motorists.

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