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Mr. Jones Accurate Watch Constantly Reminds You of Your Fate

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This watch is definitely for those who like things a bit darker than the norm. The Accurate Watch reminds you of your mortality every time you look at your wrist to check the time.

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The hour hand reads “remember” and the minute hand reads “you will die”. The dial and rim of the glass are mirrored, so that the wearer’s face is reflected in the watch face. It’s supposed to be a memento mori, an object designed to remind us that life is brief and that we should seize the moment. But for some reason, the whole setup reminds me of Dexter, which just started again on Showtime last night.

mr jones watches accurate clock analogy dial memento mori timepieces

The watch comes in a MJW presentation box with an illustration commissioned by Nadine Faye-James. The Accurate Watch will cost you £115 (~$157 USD), and you can purchase it at the Mr. Jones Watches website. There’s also a version for the ladies.

mr jones watches accurate clock analogy dial memento mori timepieces

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