It was a Christmas present but it just arrived. A Parnis hand-winder with a screw-down crown and little else. WR001 (don't wear it in the rain), but I just love it.
Put it on a 26mm brown nato and my wife thinks it is the nicest looking watch I own.
I'm pretty sure it is a PAM homage, but which one I don't know--those guys make a whole lot of watches. Still, only two hands and four numbers make it simple and clean.
It has a see-through back, although there is little to see. If it's wound you can see a little movement.
For under a $100 USD, it is easily the watch I will wear often. Love the black and orange like the Citizen I also got as a gift.
It's 47mm across with a 26mm band, so it works with my big wrist and arm. I keep finding myself just looking at it. I guess that's a little weird.
Maybe because it's sterile, not a single word in sight anywhere.
The lume is great. Who would have thought that two of the watches I like to wear frequently are both extremely affordable hand-winders, this and my Tao International Mechanical Old Tape. I've got kinetic, quartz, automatic, and prefer the ones I have to wind. Go figure.
I had it on a black Zulu, but the brown nato just seems to fit, at least according to my wife. I am a happy man and a cheap date, apparently.