The watch is great. It tells the time. The strap goes round my wrist and the two ends strap together so it stays there when I walk. I wear my watch on my left wrist, so waveing for me doesn't effect the straps effectiveness. However, I am forced to remove it from my wrist, when I play guitar.
I'm a man, and as men do, I refuse to read the manual. I am also aware that this watch does more that tell the time. I have guessed, and achieved setting the time to the correct time, and also discovered that you can set a completely different time clock running on a whole another date and year, and month. Why - I have no idea. Maybe the Doctor has this watch. You may have to ask him.
It can run in 24 hour mode, and in 12 hour mode depending on your math skills, and also allows for 2 independent alarm settings.
It also offers a stopwatch that allows you to register each lap you did, and look at the respective times.
It also has Log Screen - That when you leave it for a sec or two, it says "No Data". Now this probably where the manual for the watch would help me out, but I have to idea what this for. I thought it might store the lap times, but it didn't.
I don't run, and I don't do laps, and If I was, I'd have a smaller and lighter watch.
The watch looks great. Its got a rustic look to it. Solid and chunky. It also has a log screen, with the words "no data", and thats exactly why I bought it. Knowing the time is simply an added benifit.
So if you are looking for a yellow neon watch, this watch isn't for you. However, if you like what you see in the picture attached to the name of the product, and specs meet your requirements, then maybe it is for you..............but thats me just guessing.