Many watches produced by Jaeger-LeCoultre or JLC known sometimes as the Reverso model is his trademark and model that people more often associated with the brand. Any watch aficionado will tell you that the long history of Jaeger-LeCoultre in the manufacture of excellent watches you can buy with the very few companies in the world. The company not only has manufactured exquisite watches during the past 175 years, also is responsible for creating a number of mechanisms that are in watches from brands like Audemars Piguet, Breguet, IWC and Vacheron Constantin, Patek Philippe. The LeCoultre Jaeger-LeCoultre name appeared in 1833, with the opening by Antoine LeCoultre of a watch factory in Switzerland near where the current factory operates. LeCoultre was talented in the art of watchmaking and a mechanism of rope of Crown that could set the time on a clock created in 1847. More that that, Le Coultre was talented also in other areas, in 1844 invented the milionometro, which was the first instrument capable of measuring something approximately to one-millionth of a meter. With the passage of time, LeCoultre became recognized for its innovation and the quality of its products and the company prospered, becoming the industry leader in provision of mechanisms for watches, tools and parts of watch made in Switzerland.
LeCoultre was also established as a leading supplier of relays, complicated mechanisms, calendars, chronographs and several other efforts pioneers such as the mechanism of 1.38 mm high, which at that time and at the global level was the flatter gauge for pocket watches. It was in 1925 that merged companies managed by David LeCoultre and Edmond Jaeger and Jaeger LeCoultre emerged as the new company born of such a union of companies. The merger not stifled the spirit pioneer in the slightest and Jaeger LeCoultre introduced the Atmos clock in 1928. The Atmos clock was unique, as opposed to the regular clocks, never needed to give him rope, derived its energy changes in the temperature of the air to her around.