Mr. Jones' 'Cyclops' Uses Floating Hoops to Tell Time

By: Ryan Hinkson - Published: Aug 7, 2009 • References: mrjoneswatches & acquiremag
Mr. Jones watches continually defy convention, and their new ‘Cyclops’ helps to carry on that tradition. With no hands to mark minutes and hours, the watch uses a floating black hoop that rotates around multi-colored circles to tell the time. Each circle represents a different hour and the spaces in between accounts for 60 minutes.

The Cyclops’ stainless steel strap and techno-colored face make it a definite eye catcher. And as the third watch in Mr. Jones’ limited edition series, there will only be 100 watches produced. Each ‘Cyclops’ comes in a Mr. Jones Watch presentation box that has be designed with specially commissioned artwork by Debbie Smyth. The 100 watches each will be numbered on the back to guarantee the authenticity of what is sure to be a highly sought after piece. Stats for Handless Watches Trending: Older & Average
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