The watch functions very well - I always check the precision of the second/minute hands and on this watch they are pretty much spot on. When I was younger I'd buy fossil watches and the second hand would be slanted when it should be straight over the 12, always going in between the second markers, things like that really started bugging me. Same goes for the pricier Kenneth Cole I've bought, those hands never line up right & movement seems cheap, take away so much from the look they're going for IMO. Not the case with this watch, all hands line up where they should, precision is mostly spot on and after a few weeks it has kept the right time (I haven't checked it down to the seconds, but the hour & minute were correct).
The watch face also looks very sharp (it is a larger watch too, which I liked). You can't tell as much from the pic (at least I couldn't) but the face of it (both on the black & white chrono dials) has this hexagonal type pattern to it so when it hits the light it gives off this real cool kind of rainbow color, and the pattern is quite small so there are a lot of these kind of "hexagonal tiles" which you can see this on. I don't think it looks cheap, something pretty cool I haven't seen before, gives the face some texture. The picture shows the other aspects true to life, the 1-12 can sometimes be difficult to make out without the right light, but it's a very minor gripe, and honestly I don't think I'd want it another way because I like the chrome numbers. Maybe some white in there that glows outlining the number or inside it might have set it off more and helped to pick them out in lower light conditions (how it is on another watch I own). Also, the chrono buttons have a more pronounced click to them than other watches I own, it's not bad, but if you listen close it is audible, though no one but you will probably ever hear it. Again, something very minor and doesn't really detract from the watch, but of note still. My "perfect" watch wouldn't have that big of a click.
Chrono - the right dial is milliseconds (only moves after you stop the timer to so how how many millisec passed), bottom dial is the seconds for actual time, the bigger second hand is for the chrono, and the dial on the left goes 1-30 mins. I prefer to have the dial on the right be hours, but other than that this watch works really well for timing things 30 mins or less where you want to clearly see the seconds as well. This was my main reason for buying this - I wanted a chrono where I could clearly see if it's been 1,2,3, etc. minutes passed, and the seconds, with this you can do that easily, but if you want to time things over 30 mins. you'll probably have issues.
Only real con I have is the band - it's quite shiny and looks like plastic. It's malleable and fits well, just think it makes the watch look a lot cheaper, so I will definitely be replacing that, pushing the total cost above $100, but I still think it was a good deal because the watch functions so well and looks very good for both work & casual.
Overall this compares very well to watches I've bought for $200, and with a much better band, I could see it going for something like that in a physical store.