At 43mm this is a nice big watch, but without the weight of my OM or U1. It has a leather strap, which isnít my favourite as I worked out with my Tissot. I find them too fiddly to do up and undo quickly and easily, and this is no exception. Worse, the hole placements in the strap mean I cant get a really secure fit, its either annoyingly loose or not at all. The bezel turns nicely, but doesnít seem to have the ball-bearing like feel of my OM and U1, it is also quite loud as it clicks into the position you want. The movement is a Russian 32 Jewel automatic movement, which is screwed down for 100m water resistance. It features a GMT 3rd hand, but this cannot be adjusted. Instead, you turn the bezel, which has 24hr markings, to the 2nd timezone you wish to monitor. Unlike the main hand which use the standard 12 hour mode, the GMT hand only rotates once every 24 hrs. For someone who has never seen this before, it is a bit disconcerting a 1st, but you soon get used to it. There is no crown position to adjust the date on its own, so you need to keep going through the hours until the correct date and time come up. There is also no hacking feature. The watch can be hand-wound, and has a 30 hr power reserve. I havenít really worn this watch enough to determine how good the lume is yet. I do like the look of the watch, and it is accurate enough for me, but I suspect I will need to get another strap for it, because the looseness of the fit becomes annoying very quickly, especially when my OM and U1 fit so well. Nevertheless, I will wear it in my new 3 day rotation. Overall, im quite happy with the watch.