How to Mod and Install Watch Jump Apk?
- Download Watch Jump Mod Apk v1.1
- Now install it on your program.
- After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
- Then paste it in an installation directory
- Enjoy full version
Watch Jump Mod Apk v1.1 Requirements
- 2 GHz Processor
- 2GB of RAM
- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
- MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
As someone who regularly reviews Watch Jump Mod Apk v1.1, I’ve got to admit that after a while things can start to blur into one. For example, I’ve lost track of how many watches I’ve reviewed that have a domed sapphire crystal, or use an ETA movement. Which is why it’s really refreshing to come across a watch that dares to be different. In this case I’m specifically talking about the first watch from UK microbrand MAALS.
MAALS was founded in 2017 by two brothers, Andy and Mark, who had a passion for collecting watches. Their first piece is inspired by their love of vintage jump hour watches, and is called the Jump Over The Moon.
A jump hour watch isn’t something you really see anymore. Rather than use hands to display the time, it instead uses rotating discs to display the hour and/or minutes. The result is naturally something completely novel that is pretty different from a regular watch. Anyway, let’s get on and take a look at the watch itself.
The case of the Watch Jump Mod Apk v1.1 is completely brushed, and has sharp, clean edges. The slight flair to the lugs is a simple, but elegant, touch that adds a unique aspect to the otherwise standard case shape. At 42mm the case is on the large side, but thanks to its thinness it doesn’t overpower small wrists like mine. The finishing is nice and fine, giving the case an almost satin look on the steel model. Of course the black PVD coating on the other model creates a uniform stealthy matte look, which has much the same effect. It’s a straightforward look that is perfect because it helps you focus on the dial of the piece.
For what it’s worth the Jump Over The Moon has 50m water resistance. It’s by no means a lot, but this is a statement piece, not a tool watch. Therefore I don’t think you could expect any more for this price range
If you flip the watch over you can see the most interesting part of the case – the snap-on back plate. It’s decorated with a great piece of artwork that illustrates the watch’s name of “Jump Over The Moon”. The laser etching looks absolutely fantastic on the black model, and it’s nice to see something that breaks the mould so well. It’s touches like this that show the passion that’s gone into this watch.
My God that caseback art is cool!
The crystal is a domed mineral with an AR coating on the underside. The coating does help reduce any glare you’ll get, and I always like it when a brand has bothered to apply it.
Of course what makes the MAALS completely different to anything else out there. As a jump hour piece, it doesn’t have hour or minute hands. Instead you have a rotating disc for each which displays the time. MAALS combine this with a moon-phase complication, all framed within a triangular window. It’s an interesting approach that creates a dial that’s very different from a standard watch. Though, to be completely honest the minute disc is a bit too small. I can barely read it when I look at my wrist.
It’s a pity the minute disc is so small. The dial is damn cool otherwise.
The dial itself has a beautiful sunburst finish which extends to the minute track. After that the dial is matte with a downward curve, and the contrast that this change in finish creates is a really nice detail. As you can see the minutes are marked at every 5, with a full inner graduation from 1-30.
The asymmetry this creates adds another layer of intricacy to the face without risking cluttering that dial. The black version uses grey for the printing, and as you might expect it doesn’t help with the legibility. Personally I’d have preferred something with more contrast. However, the steel option uses black and red, which is perfectly legible. The red also matches the seconds hand and the contrast against the dial livens the whole thing up.
A trusty Miyota 6P24 quartz movement can be found inside MAALS’ first watch. Whilst it’s a basic zero jewel movement, it has a decent 3 year battery life and should be accurate to +/- 20 seconds a month. Of course the only extra feature is the moon-phase, and other than that it’s your average run-of-the-mill quartz movement.
Not that I’m criticising MAALS’ choice. Miyota produce quartz movements for countless other affordable brands, and have a good reputation. So it’s safe to assume you’ll have no problems with the choice here.
The MAALS Jump Over The Moon Watch Jump Mod Apk v1.1 is housed in a 42mm case that is finished in either brushed stainless steel or PVD black steel, with water resistance to 5ATM, anti-reflective coating on the inside of the domed crystal and powered by a Miyota 6P24 movement.
The case back will feature a laser-etched design by Leamington Spa-based artist OKSE (Chris Oxenbury) of an outer space scene, with an astronaut reaching out and jumping over the moon. Buyers will be given a choice of either a black or brown vintage-style leather strap and each watch is to be presented in a bespoke hand-stitched tan leather watch pouch. Multiple MAALS pouches can be zipped together as your collection grows, which is a nice touch.