Mr Jones what do we have here? With a name like Jones one can get away with just about anything and then when things get a bit out of hand, one can hide beneath a swarm of Jonesses. Why would anything go wrong while wearing a Mr Jones watch? Oh Nothing, Its just that the UK watches have a sort of macabre glee to them which may unsettle he unsettled.
Let me start by saying, I tried to embed a video of the workings of the watch and the clacking of its teeth, but my computer worked itself into a manic frenzy so much so that I had to shut it down and turn it off encase sparks may fly and devilish words appear on the screen in blood dripping red. I turned to my much older computer who has seen many many things, and it allowed the pleasure of posting the video.
What an appropriately frightful introduction to your watches Mr Jones!
The Last Laugh by Mr Jones
As you can see the time is displayed in the evil grin of a skeleton. The hours are displayed on the upper row of menacing teeth while the minutes on the lower row.
The 20 jewel automatic mechanical watch uses a jumping hour display and are quite affordable at $255.00.
If one wants to ramp up the horror of it all - raise an eyebrow or two at this maggot invested video displaying the Last Laugh Tatoo Edition, see below. The Last Laugh Tatoo Edition is decorated in the bright colors reminiscent of the Mexican "Day of the Dead Festival" of which I blogged about here.This watch displays the artwork specially commissioned by British Tattoo Artist Adrian Willard
Mr Jones wants to make the point of "Carpe Diem" or Seize the Day". Lighten up we are only around for a brief moment in time.
Mr Jones has a large selection of very intriguing and unusual timepieces.