This is my very first Roman numeral watch. I'm generally not a fan of Roman numeral, but I thought I should give one a try when I saw this model. I should also mention I was drinking when I ordered the watch. I was like "It's a new year! Why not?"
It's the Seiko SNAE29P1. The movement is a typical 7T62. It's about 42mm wide not counting the crown guard. It's about 52mm long. It's relatively long, but the lugs are nicely curved. So, the case fits your wrist very comfortably. The lug width is 21mm.
Since it's on the bracelet, it doesn't look so formal and it seems to be a nice dress casual watch.
The crystal is sapphire, which is surprising for a $139 Seiko chronograph. The links are solid. So are the end links. Hence, It has a nice substantial weight to it. I guess it's about 150g.
Black (dark grey) and brown dial models are also available.
Black model SNAE31P1 (some vendor's photo)