Overall: This watch has a really nice aesthetic appeal especially with the crisp white face and black accents, classy and elegant design, chronograph features work well, stopwatch, and works well as an everyday watch or as a dress watch! It is a Japanese Quartz movement, water resistant up to 30 meters, and the chronograph features work well and stopwatch! It also makes a great gift because it is very nicely packaged!
- Elegant design- I like the design of this watch! It has a simple, yet elegant design which makes it perfect for an everyday watch or as a dress watch! It really stands out because it has a big crisp white face so it definitely catches the eye of other people very quickly which is complimented with its black accents.. Nothing on the watch looks tacky or cheaply made which makes you feel great while wearing it!
- Japanese Miyota Quartz movement- This watch is a quartz watch which means it is powered by batteries.
- Chronograph – This watch has some nice chronograph features! The chronograph has a second counter, a minute counter, and a stopwatch which is great! The tachymeter also looks good, but it is not moveable.
- Water resistant up to 30 meters.
- Gift Packaging- This watch is packaged really nice as it comes in its own watch case and also includes the warranty and instructions.
- Date function- This watch also clearly shows the date which comes in really handy!
- Added bonuses- This watch also comes with some good bonuses which include: a watch link remover tool, a credit card knife, and a cleaning cloth. The watch link remover tool is great because you can adjust the links of the watch yourself without having to pay anybody any fees and adjust the watch to your exact wrist level. This watch seems to come with a good amount of links for bigger wrists. Since I have pretty small wrists, I had to take out a couple for it to fit me well. The credit card knife is pretty cool gift as well, never owned one and a cleaning cloth is an obvious nice to have.
*I received this product in exchange for an honest, unbiased review