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‘Average Days’ Watch Lets You Know What the Rest of the World is Usually Doing

by Hazel Chua
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Do you ever wonder how you spend your time, relative to the rest of world? While you’re bumming around, the vast majority might be working. While you’re eating, some might be getting ready to work out.

Giving you some perspective on how you spend – and maybe waste – your time is the Average Days watch by Mr. Jones.

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Mr. Jones is one of my favorite watchmakers because they constantly come up with unusual designs that make you look twice. In this case, they’re making you think twice as well.

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The face of the Average Days watch follows a 24-hour format. As the disc turns, a small slot reveals the most common activity that people usually do at that particular time. This information was obtained from data compiled by the Centre For Time Use Research, so they’re not just tasks lifted from some random person’s daily routine.

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Only 100 pieces of the watch have been made. Average Days is currently available online from Mr. Jones Watches for £145 (~ $231 USD)

[via Holycool via Gizmodo]

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