...and YES, it does come in a tin!
I needed a 'forgiving', luminous analog waterproof watch with dual-time and an alarm for my travels, nothing more, nothing less. This fitted the bill both cost wise and functionality.
Back to my needs... the style and robust build quality will please any aspiring Ray Mears wannabees but will also satisfy their basic timekeeping needs. It IS forgiving with a thick rubberised case which should protect the glass from most scratches, the hands go round and give a gentle radioactive glow in the dark (also, one press illuminates the digital display). Yes, I can vouch for its waterproof ability (haven't tried the 200MT claim, my bath water only reaches 16"). The dual time function does.. errr, dual time on the digital display and the alarm makes a beepy sound at the correct time.
I did say 'basic'.. Hands are not 'synched' automatically with the digital time. Therefore on initial setup and during transition between time zones or BST wearer needs to change the digital time THEN set the analog hands (annoying enough going forward one hour but a real ****-ache going back one hour as hands can ONLY go forward!). No ability to change date format to dd/mm/dayname stuck with the US style mm/dd/dayname. No real problem, just read it from right to left, 7-2 TU becomes Tues 2nd July.. bingo! SINGLE daily alarm sounds for only 20secs and finally, the stopwatch function has no split-time function... but then again, I didn't list a stopwatch as a must have in my needs!!
All in all, practical, rugged, well built basic watch which should fulfill and survive most users needs.