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The watch has a very nice brushed finish. This picture from the front rather coincidentally shows the consistently nice finish of the bracelet and the case. As it is often the case with inexpensive watches, the case and the bracelet - maybe coming from a different supplier - in some cases shows a different finish then the case. This certainly not the case here.
The most striking feature in my opinion are the integrated chronograph buttons. The designer also mirrored those small gaps with two decorative nudges on the opposite side of the case.
The dial is also a bit different from the standard quartz chronograph. I like that date at the "El Primero" 4:30 hour position and I also like that 24 hour sub dial. Very useful when traveling or working long hours. After having this watch now on my wrist uninterruptedly for 5 days, I would even say, that I prefer a 60 min chronograph with the 24 hour indication over a 12 hour chronograph. I seldom time longer intervals with the chronograph.
"METER" is printed on the inner bezel for decorative reasons only. Also I do not mind it really, it can be a bit confusing at first, because one immediately assumes that it must have something to do with non-decompression times and depth. But it is a pure design element.
Due to the circular polish on the bezel, this picture actually makes the watch almost look more beautiful then in reality. If you really look perpendicularly to the dial, it seems that the dial portion is quite small compared to the case dimension. Please see this picture here to see what I mean and use the back button to come back here and continue.