This watch has exceeded my expectations. Following is a very brief review.
My ratings take into account the low price paid. This one is not going to compete with a $4000 watch.... obviously.
Taking a watch like this out of the box is shocking. This watch looks great! I base this opinion on having owned (and worn) a genuine Breitling Spatiographe years ago.
Quality: Very Good
Pros: Hands all line up- chrono resets well. E6B (my favorite toy) lines up very well without wiggle or slop. Computations are darn accurate on this little instrument.
Cons- My bezel suffered from extreme stiffness out of the box. Should you suffer this same problem you may find that pressing down on the bezel while turning helps during the "break in" period. I took mine apart (the one piece crystal/bezel simply popped right off with a thin blade wiggled lightly underneath) and found that there's a gasket that seals and ultimately governs the pressure required to turn it. Unfortunately the gasket does not sit in the groove perfectly on mine and there's a little extra friction as a result. I tried a low tech solution of piling resting weight on the case overnight. Ridiculous solution, but it seems to have compressed the gasket or forced it into place better. It's moving much better now.
Band is pretty average but not horrible.
Value- Very good. Looks like a watch worth ten-twenty times the cost. (I got lucky on an auction and paid under $25 shipped!)
Accuracy- seems to be perfect. Running two days with no significant change. (I am not monitoring seconds)
Seconds- (6 o'clock position)
Minutes- (9 o'clock position)
Military Time (Hours) - (3 o'clock position) - this is not terribly useful, but interesting.