It's a Casio Waveceptor, so it always has the correct time.
It's Multiband, so it should pick up the signals worldwide, not just in Europe or the UK.
At night I leave mine on the dressing table and it syncs every time at about 2.03am.
Digital display is easy to read with logical layout and function of the buttons.
In the main time mode the top display shows the day, and the bottom shows either the time (with seconds), or the month/date (with seconds).
It has all the other usual Casio features... 5 Alarms, Snooze Alarm, Hour Signal, Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, World Time, etc..
You can turn the beep off when changing modes or starting the stopwatch, and yet still have the hour/alarm chime sounding.
If you want to download the manual from Casio, the watch has module number 5015.
Backlight is an orange LED that lights the face, and not the digital display. Still not as good as Timex's Indiglo, but does a good job.
Case is stainless steel all over.
Bracelet has solid (not cheap folded metal) links.
The big plus for me is, unlike a lot of Casio watches, it has normal 20mm lugs.
This means the metal bracelet can be removed and then replaced with ANY aftermarket leather/fabric 20mm strap... so you no longer need to buy that hard-to-find "special" and expensive replacement strap from Casio.
I now wear mine on a nice thick leather strap, or sometimes a Nato G10.
It's a shame the watch is not Solar Powered, otherwise it would make this watch just totally perfect.