How do you tell time? Whether you use Apple Watch, Fitbit, or your phone, people expect more from a watch today. You can have the style of a regular wristwatch and the functionality of your phone’s world clock with the Time Traveler watch from Mr. Jones. You don’t tell time the normal way of hour, minute, and second hands with this watch. This whimsical piece uses 16 landmark buildings to mark the time in different regions. The watch allows you to read the local time by looking at the landmark or its time zone. If you’re in London, look to Big Ben as your hour hand. In New York, use the Statue of Liberty. A small red pigeon, noted to be the universal and constant dweller, serves as the minute hand.
The watch uses at 24-hour mechanism, so the hour hand makes one full rotation in 24 hours, which is different from a regular 12-hour watch. The upper semi-circle read 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the lower marks 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. For example, when the hour hand is pointing horizontal left, which is 9 on a regular watch, it is 6 a.m. on the Time Traveler. The watch features a quartz movement and has a white dial. The 37mm case is made of polished 316L stainless steel and is 9mm thick. The strap is black leather with black stitching and will look stylish on any wrist. The Time Traveler is definitely a conversation starter and a unique gift for any frequent traveler. Buy Here