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A fun watch, inspired by childhood adventures

The landscape on this watch pays homage to the graphics of the Super Mario World video games designed by Shigeru Miyamoto.

With this watch we’re exploring a link between the imagined world of the video game and the mental construct of time telling: both are artful, human inventions that operate with their own internal logic and rules; yet both appear to be entirely coherent and in a curious way ‘natural’.

The control of Mario in the game world makes him feel like an extension of our body - we move him, as we move our own limbs, without conscious thought.

Similarly we internalise hours, minutes and seconds to the extent that we cannot see them as human invention.

Ultimately time, as we measure it, is as ‘unreal’ as a world of powerups and long-tongued dinosaurs!

Along with the image of the Sun and Moon, the hour disk features a revolving image with scenes of the Mario landscape that gradually changes over the course of the day.


Miyamoto watch on Model

 

How to read the time


How to read the time on the Miyamoto watch

Follow the sun or moon to find the hour


The crescent shape on the watch represents 12 hours, with the time running from left to right.

To find the hour, you’ll need to check the position of the sun or moon inside the crescent shape.

At 6am the sun rises on the left. It reaches the middle of the crescent at midday, then continues until it reaches the last marker on the right at 6pm. After 6pm the moon rises on the left while the sun sets. The position of the moon then marks the hours from 6pm until 6am.

The minutes and seconds are displayed in the centre dial and these run in the conventional way, so each marker on this dial corresponds to five minutes or seconds./p>

"Sun and Moon" watches were first produced in England in the late 1600s during a period of experimentation with ways to represent the time. We really like this representation of time as it is both elegant and logical.

Other watches in our Sun and Moon collection include: The original Sun and Moon, Sun and Moon ladies, Nuage, The Observatory and An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles.

 

Sun and Moon Miyamoto details


Size: medium / unisex

Strap: 18mm 100% leather - navy and grey with pink stitching (other options available here)

Mechanism: Quartz - Ronda 515-24H single jewel

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: stainless steel - brushed silver



Live demo

Want to see a live demo of this watch? Visit this page on your PC or laptop.

 

Did you know we ship worldwide?


UK

Orders within the UK are sent using Royal Mail Tracked 24 (£5.95).

If you place your order with us before 2pm, it should arrive the following working day. You will be sent a tracking number when it has been dispatched.

If you are based in London and would prefer to collect your order from our store, contact us and we can refund your shipping costs. Please note, due to high demand we are unable to reserve limited edition watches for collection in store.


Europe

Orders can be sent International Tracked or Fedex.

International Tracked (£8.00) takes 3 to 7 working days.

Fedex (£35) usually takes 1 to 3 working days.


Rest of the world

Orders from outside of Europe can be sent International Tracked or Fedex (recommended for countries with unreliable local postal services).

International Tracked (£10.50) usually takes 5 to 7 working days.

Fedex (£30-50 depending on location) takes 1 to 3 working days.

 

All shipping options are trackable and fully insured, when your order is dispatched you will be emailed the tracking details.

Updates on the International Tracked and Signed service is via your national postal service, FedEx deliveries are trackable on the FedEx website.

 


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