I have one and im at 6.5 so really not to much bigger here. the watch isnt very big for having the name monster. Im sure it may seem big at first and may take a while to get used to, but it will grow on you. I am not sure of the exact mesurments but i think its 40mm. If you dont have a watch this big put your biggest on and see how much bigger 40mm is.
Personally, I think that it'd work just fine. Asfor accuracy, mine was around 25 seconds fast a day. Never seemed to break in any better than that regardless of whether I kept it on it's caseback, face, crown side or whatever when not on the wrist. Price... paid around $155 for mine new on bracelet.
My wrist is about as skinny as yours. My monster looks fine (in my opinion); I'll try to dig up a camera for a pic at some point this weekend.
Don't know prices, but I'd Google the model number and use their shopping page to find a good deal. I know Amazon sells it.
Accuracy will vary. Mine gains about 20 seconds a day, which I believe is on the unluckier range of accuracy. It's a crapshoot, but many have experienced better accuracy. As my Monster is a beater watch that I rarely wear more than two days in a row, it doesn't really matter to me. At one point, it was my daily wearer, so I'd basically set it a minute slow and then reset it every Sunday afternoon; that way, I was never more than a minute slow or fast. It sounds like you're a little new to automatic watches. Though +/- 20seconds a day sounds really bad compared to quartz watches, it's not uncommon with mechanicals; a good watchmaker can usually improve that rate, though.
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