You clearly, and understandably, must be so frustrated with the project and all the delays that you don't even want to look at it, and are probably just trying to finally decide if you should just sell it and be done with the whole thing, and don't want to screw it up in that event by wearing it when right now it's MNIB.
Here's what I propose: leave everything in the case except the watch. CAREFULLY take it off its bracelet, then just throw it on a plain leather strap (nothing fancy, but black leather works well). Gently peel off the plastic protecting the crystal (and save it to be re-applied shortly) and then - simply - wear it. Just wear it gently around the house over the weekend. No scratches, no dings, no yardwork. Nothing. Just put it on your wrist (because you've certainly earned the right to do that in my book) and road test it.
If - by Sunday night - you're still ambivalent about keeping it, take off the leather strap, replace the plastic film on the crystal, reinstall the bracelet (carefully), put everything back in the box, then list it on the Sales Forum on Monday. One thing about the Kingston, regardless of people's buying experience: it is a watch that folks have gotten very passionate about, and once you wear it you will - simply - either love it or you won't.
I'd be curious if you follow through with this suggestion, and what your final analysis is. There are no right or wrong decisions here, just a question of choice. If you lived close enough to me I'd lend you mine for the weekend to accomplish the same thing. Hope it all works out. If nothing else, if I ever need help sticking to my diet, I may be messaging you for will power tips.