This is a lovely watch to look at. Lots of detail on the dials and the whole thing oozes style. It's fairly large but nothing too big if you don't mind a chunky watch, take note it's heavy as I'll mention later.
I've had the watch about a week now and it hasn't lost any time yet which is nice for analogue.
The watch says it's waterproof but after wearing it in the shower once I was squashing out water from the straps for about 20 minutes, they absorb a lot of water so I would hate to think how long it would take to dry out after swimming with the watch on. Another reason to avoid water is that the straps get much weaker when wet, the hole I use has become quite frayed after I took the watch off several times to squeeze more water out of the strap.
Another thing to note is that the watch is heavy! You might not think 150 grams is much but I have to wear it on my left hand since it is uncomfortable to write with this watch on your dominant wrist for any extended period of time.
Although the minute and hour hand glow in the dark there is no backlight and no other part of the watch glows so it is difficult to tell the time in the dark.
The stopwatch function works well, with separate second, 1/20 second, minute and hour hands scattered about the watch. I wouldn't use it to time my dinner as the buttons get tapped quite easily so I'd have to be concentrating on the timer to make sure it was accurate.
Overall I'd say this is a great looking watch but probably not something you'd want everyday as it can feel heavy on your wrist after a few hours. And avoid water!