Limited Edition of 100 pieces worldwide
This watch is Mr Jones Watches 100th design and is a celebration of the diverse range of watches they have produced over the past eleven years.
It was created with elements taken from a variety of previous watch designs and designed by owner and founder Crispin Jones, to be an embodiment of the spirit of Mr Jones Watches.
Crispin talks about this design:
“This was a really fun design to make - I had the idea quite early on to make a collage face created from parts taken from all our different watch designs (a watch face made of watch faces!) I hunted through the 100 designs for the best elements to use and was able to include parts of a lot of my favourite watches.
This 100th design feels like a milestone for our small company. This watch comes with a special insert card that shows all 100 of the watches; putting this together I was able to see how the designs have changed and evolved over the past 11 years. It's really interesting to see all 100 together, to remember the stories behind the watches and to reflect on the hard work that went into creating them.
I feel like we really understand what makes our watches unique and what we want to achieve with new designs, so I can't wait to see how the next 100 watches develop!"
The teeth on the face show you the time: the upper teeth show the hours and the lower teeth the minutes. The watch also has a jump-hour feature, so the hour flips in the top teeth, exactly on the 59>00 minute transition - blink and you’ll miss it!
The 100th is limited to just 100 pieces worldwide, each is numbered on the case-back. This watch was printed and hand-assembled in London and it is powered by a 20 jewel automatic mechanical movement.
Movement: Automatic - ST1721, 20 jewel automatic jump hour mechanical
Water resistance: 5 ATM
Guarantee: 12 months
Strap: stainless steel silver mesh
Width (3 o’clock to 9 o’clock): 37mm
Height (from lug to lug): 46mm
Case: 316L Stainless steel silver polished finish
Design archive: https://mrjoneswatches.com/pages/design-archive