After a few weeks or a month, one of the screw fell off and is lost. This is the first watch to break apart on me so soon.
A lot of Vestal's watches are chunky or very thick, except for the thin digital plastic one. So before you say you didn't know, it is. So thick that it might not fit under a button shirt long sleeve, there you go. It is also very heavy with industrial grade steel metal. It looks like a little metal pot sitting on your waist from the side view.
+Very modern industrial look.
+Somewhat comfortable to wear. Because there is two hings on the waist band per side, something you don't see with most watch, which has one on each side.
+digitally works well, I tested the stopwatch and alarm. I missed my old Casio and Timex digital watches when I was younger.
Buttons are very responsive and easy to active, can't say that on all watches I owned.
+Price is actually better quality then most other watch brands in the same price range.
-At some angle the watch is very hard to read, maybe the battery is low, but I don't think so. I have a CK watch like this with a black digital background which was much easier to read then this. Same as my other digital watches. The indie glow back-lighting works but it doesn't light up like a timex does, more faint.
-yes it is thick and heavy, but some people like that new look.
Since I tried this in the store, the leather waist band is nice to look at, but isn't as comfortable as the rubber band on the Vestal Men's OBCS001 USS Observer Chrono Black White Lume Watch.
I don't wear watches as much as I used to now with a cellphone, but this one looks great to just wear. I usually wear Calvin Klien or kenneth cole digital and stop watch chronograph, Fossil, for work, got a Casio pathfinder for hiking. Just decided a change is needed with the thicker industrial design. Not familiar with Vestal, the first time I heard of them is when I tried out a watch at a skater clothing store and picked this up as an impulse buy (was in a market for a watch though).