This is one serious watch with a sense of humor or a sense of rebellion. It wears as it looks in Overstock's picture and description.What you can't predict, however, is its size. This is a huge watch. The stated dimensions don't do it justice. Yet, in spite of its attractiveness, in spite of its size, notwithstanding its colors, while it calls attention to itself, it doesn't scream out at anyone. Negatives:-The luminescence is minimal, having been applied only to the very tips of the hour and minute hands, and even then, don't count on reading this watch in the dark; -The watch band is quite large; for some, this is a benefit, for others, it's an inconvenience that can be rectified at a local jeweler; -The day and date windows are disproportionately small for a watch of this size. But then, I rarely use my watch to know either of those things. Positives:-Given the size of this watch, it is extraordinarily, remarkably, and unexpectedly comfortable. I have a large wrist, but I suspect that a smaller wrist could accommodate the XL Ozzie; -It is very easy to read and great fun to wear; -This Stuhrling garners conmpliments galore from men and women alike; -I like the step-down case which adds considerably to the overall style; -The movement is quite smooth and accurate thus far. Twenty seconds a day is not at all a variation to be concerned about. In short, a terrfic watch.