Ad failed to mention that bizel doesn't move, which wouldn't cost much to achieve - but in all other respects this is a fine runner-up to the Rolex. Actually the quartz is likely more accurate than the Real Rolex - had the GMT Master 50 years ago, and despite being a Certified Chronometer I had 2 other watches that kept better time. Do wish the ad had been truthful about the fixed bizel ~ too much of a stretch for civilians to guess that's what "unidirectional" means in watches. What?!
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