But even though the drawback of the battery, I had this watch on my wishlist. Why? Because it's design. The case, dial and the leather strap are in perfect communion with each other. This watch look's fast. The dial represents the tachymetre of a car, where the minutes with a retrograde counter of the chronograph looks as it´s indicating the speed of a car. The seconds counter of the chrono are in the centre with a flashy orange and the centiseconds and miliseconds are in the subdial placed at 12 o'clock. You should see how smooth turns the hands of the centi-miliseconds when the chronograph is on, it's incredible.
The subdial placed at 9 o'clock represents the seconds at normal time. One more detail that I like is the bee nest pattern at the background of the dial, it makes the watch more racing!
You can also see that this watch attachs the band with the case by four CNC'd pieces that looks like if they were taken of a F1. One more detail that enhances the sporty character of this watch.
What I liked a lot about this watch is that it is very thin. I'm used to thick watches (G-Shock's and automatic watches) and it's more comfortable to wear thins watches than thick ones. There are few mechanical movements that are thin, and the ones that are their design is too classic for me, as far as I've seen.
I think I should mention another drawback that I didn't realized before I got it. The lume of this watch could be much better. Not for the material they use for the lume, but for how many markers has with lume. The markers that have lume are 1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 10 & 11 o'clock, not much in case you wake up in the middle of the night and you look at your watch to know what time is it. The last drawback I have realized is that it's not the easiest watch to read the time, it's fine but it's not the best.
In conclusion, I think that is a watch that sacrfices some of the watch lecture principles in favour of an attractive design. So, if you like the design and like quartz movements, go for it. By the way, it looks way better in flesh than in pictures. But if you prefer mechanical movements or don't like to change batteries every now and then but you like the design, better go to a retailer first and try out the watch, then decide.