The watch looks brilliant, with the polished steel surfaces, black outer bezel, red and white lettering (or is it numbering?). The plain shaped white main hands make the watch really easy to read. The inverted digital displays are visible in normal lighting, and unobtrusive.
The stopwatch runs to 24 hours according to the manual. The analog sub dial indicates seconds for the first minute, then it indicates minutes for the rest of the timing period. Hours are displayed on the upper digital display. The stopwatch naturally continues running when swithing to other modes, and the moving sub dial hand is an indicator that the stopwatch is doing its work. The countdown timer is only 60 minutes, adjustable with a resolution of one minute.
The case back is flat and attaches with four screws.
The bracelet is quite nice, does not feel cheap, but not luxurious, either. It has two micro adjustment positions. The clasp has unlock buttons on both sides.
Illumination is supplied by a yellow LED at the six o’clock position. It illuminates the hands but does not help at all with the digital displays. Sorry for the poor quality photo.