Picked this up on Amazon.com for $130. It's a quartz movement, and pretty thin. 41.8mm width w/o lug, 44.3mm with the crown, 45.3 lug to lug. I also have a Parnis Portuguese automatic and it's about the same size but thinner, about 10mm. It has an actual white dial that looks a bit pearlescent. It has a date complication at about 4:30 on the dial, just a cut in the dial, no framing. There is an actual chrono here, but the pushers don't click, you have to just push down firmly but gently till they start going. Otherwise the chrono works fine (not in a mechaquartz way, just the way quartz chronos do). Note though that the chrono is all on the subdials. The big second hand is a second hand and not connected to the chronograph. The band is a thick but comfortable band with a butterfly clasp (my first so there was some puzzling on how to size it and put it on. I'm sure there is a trick I don't understand yet). There is a silver buckle on the band that is signed Rocos in an understated way.
Obviously it's an homage to the IWC Portuguese Chrono (as is the Parnis, though the Parnis' complications are more along the lines of the IWC Portuguese power reserve). I do like the white better than the silver sunburst dial of the Parnis though both are attractive. Obviously, it's accurate (it's quartz). Over a few days, it's off by a second.
Really feels like a Chinese watch, though I don't know anything about it. Does anyone else know anything about them?