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Jaeger-lecoultre

AMVOX2 Rapide Watch

AMVOX2 Rapide Watch
~$34,000  Buy Comment

Introducing the AMVOX2 Transponder Rapide, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s latest watch that costs as much as a car–and unlocks one, too; it doubles as a car key for Aston Martin’s Rapide.

JLC Atmos 566 Clock

JLC Atmos 566 Clock
$2,600  Buy Comment

At $2,600 you’ll forever be unable to buy another clock, but Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Atmos 566 runs forever: it’s powered by temperature changes of at least 1 degree Celsius every 2 days.

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JLC MC Extreme LAB 2

JLC MC Extreme LAB 2

An eyeful and a mouthful, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Compressor Extreme LAB 2 is the first multifunction watch with magnetic shielding; it sports a ceramic bezel and titanium alloy case.

AMVOX2 Racing Chrono

AMVOX2 Racing Chrono

Like a touchscreen phone, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s AMVOX 2 Racing Chrono ditches its start/stop buttons; the carbon fiber chronographs are activated by pressing the domed sapphire crystal.

JLC Atmos Regulator

JLC Atmos Regulator
$70,600  Buy Comment

Powered by temperature changes, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Dunhill’s black-edition Atmos Regulator clock doesn’t require batteries or winding; you’ll have to pay an arm and a leg, though.

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