"direct read" watch. A true "jump hour" has a digital hour with a traditional minute hand. The latest edition of Watch Time features a jump hour by Raymond Weil. Bell and Ross also produced one.
Some direct reads have a "wandering seconds" dial that moves continuously. It can also be found on traditional watches such as the early '30s Bulova President. I have one and it is one of the jewels of my collection.
IIRC direct reads were popular in the '30s (think "modernism"), '50s (definite science fiction theme there), and '70s (imitating LEDs and LCDs).
I have three direct reads. One is an Endura, and the other a SUtton, both from the early '70s AFAIK. Sorry, no pix. My most recent is a kids' character "Moppet" watch that I just got this weekend. It's pretty big for a kid's watch at about 30mm across. If I can get it running I'll probably sell it.
I guess now I'll have to wear one to work tomorrow.