I got a Rolex from my parents when I reached the ripe old age of 21. Know another girl who got a Rolex after she graduated from college. Have no idea why I felt like sharing all that, but when I think about it now and look back, I led a pretty sheltered life pre-parental emancipation. Hmm... Great watch. The Cotes de Soliere finishing on the back is great to gawk at in real life. Love how they decided to go all stealth with the tourby, not unlike PP. For me it's a toss up between that one or the platinum Sun Moon as my one and only platinum Reverso/rectangular watch. Have to admit thought that the price difference ($15k for the SM vs $55k for the tourby) is somewhat biasing me towards the SM... Unless of course JLC releases a platinum cased Reverso with a white enamel dial and solid caseback... That company was Citizen, that specific watch line was "Eco Drive Thermo", and they discontinued the line some time ago. Pretty sure JLC has never made a "Atmos" style watch. You may be thinking of the "Futurematic" watches in which the selling point was that the watch had no crown - no need to wind the watch!! ZOMG!!! At the time of release nearly all watches were manual winds so it was pretty amazeballs at the time. (the Futurematic was actually just an automatic bumper movement, heh.) Also the Atmos movement is pretty finicky to setup in a clock, can't imagine how it will hold up to the greater stresses watches experience. Second the Atmos movements are so energy-poor (well, they do live off air) that the pendulum within it (equivalent to the balance wheel/spring in a watch) only rotates twice a minute and is different from the usual clock pendulums which swing back/forth.