I had one for about 6 months - honestly I was not that happy with it and ultimately sold it. I thought the lume was sub-standard, and the bezel slightly loose. The other problem I had was that the dial was diificult to read, partly due to the dome shape of the crystal, and partly due to the hour markers, which were made of some kind of shiny plastic. Everytime I looked at the dial in bright light I had difficulty making out the time. I really tried to give the watch an honest opprtunity to please me, but as I said, in the end I got rid of it.
I had a lot of likes and dislikes about the watch but basically it came down to a pretty cool watch, that I can't really pull off due to its size on me (6.5" wrists). I have a Stowa Seatime now as well that wears much better so it probably isn't the shear size but the way the back is shaped.
For the Money they are a very nice watch really, I have heard some say negative things about Lume and such but IMO if you have the watch and love it, then get it relumed and you will love it more.
I see these on a mesh and with some Plonguer hands, VOILA then it's a Bad A$$ looking custom watch, And standard they are classy and have a great uniqueness to them, I like them great value for the Buckeroos.:-!
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