Restyling its popular “The Average Day” watch, London timepiece crafters Mr. Jones present the appropriately dubbed “Average Days” watch. Featuring a 24-hour mechanism, the design features insights from Professor Jonathan Gershuny – the director of the Centre for Time Use Research – for a customized data set that maps out what the average person is doing at any particular hour of the day. Thus, users can can check in and see if they are more or less average in their own behavior. For an in-depth look at the design, including a live demo, be sure to check out the dedicated Average Days page on the Mr. Jones website. Finished with a stainless steel case and black leather strap, the Mr. Jones “Average Days” Watch is now available via the aforementioned page for £145 GBP (approximately $231 USD).