Solid and classy watch for the price. After replacing the band with a quality black leather band with white stitching from Barton, this watch easily competes with it's higher priced distant cousins on appearance.
There are no visible flaws. No debris underneath the crystal, hands line up perfectly at 12:00, so it appears to be assembled with some care. Popping the caseback shows it is indeed an ST17 movement with the rotor removed.
Case measures at 34.2mm diameter excluding crown, thickness is 6.7mm excluding the domed crystal. Thickness feels less due to the smoothly beveled case edges. Timegrapher shows a beat error of around 4ms, and running about +5 seconds per day at dial up. I've owned it now for around 3 months. It's run non-stop since the day it arrived (wound every morning and worn all day), and the daily runtime hasn't changed.
For an inexpensive bauhaus inspired watch, I'm pleased with this choice. My wrists are on the slim side, and this watch fits very well and slips easily beneath shirt cuffs and coats.
Reviewed by: J Mills from WA State on 11/30/2019