King

$275

Make a statement with a powerful automatic watch.

The King watch was built in London and is one half of a pair of royal watches: King and Queen.

These couples watches are based on the classic playing card characters of the King and Queen of Hearts.

The use of the playing cards symbolises the changing nature of fortune.
Lucky streaks, while always welcome, are only as short lived as those runs of bad luck.

The watch is a gentle reminder to keep your cards close to your chest, but to be bold and go all-in when fate has dealt you a winning hand!

A typically British design, made by us here in London.
Each colour of the design was printed individually and the watch was assembled by hand.

Automatic, mechanical watch movement

A watch for life. The King watch doesn’t have a battery.

Instead the motion of wearing your watch provides all the power needed to wind it up and keep it running.

This watch is medium (unisex) size, however King is also available in a larger XL (mens) size.

How to read the time on the King watch by Mr Jones Watches

The playing cards show you the minutes


The minutes are displayed in 10 minute intervals, you can read them by checking the playing cards.

As time passes, the cards rise above the King's shoulder and disappear behind his head.

The hours are shown in the royal breast, the number flips exactly on the 59>00 minute transition.

Size: medium / unisex

Strap: 18mm stainless steel - silver woven (other options available here)

Mechanism: ST1721, 20 jewel automatic mechanical (this means it has no battery, instead it's powered by the movement of your wrist)

Waterproof: yes! 5ATM

Guarantee: 12 months - any problems after this time, we’re happy to help

Largest strap diameter: 205mm - contact us if you need a larger size

Smallest strap diameter: 150mm - contact us if you need extra holes added to the strap

Width (3 o’clock to 9 o’clock): 37mm

Height (from lug to lug): 46mm

Glass: mineral

Case: 316L stainless steel - polished silver

Live demo

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