Personal Opinions and Speculations About The Watch (PART 2 OF MY REVIEW). When the watch arrived, it was buried within a cardboard box. Once removed, however, a gold-foiled box appeared. In this was the watch, which had the bracelet wrapped around a small pillow. I did not mind the way the packaging was, yet it can be improved. As a side note, I did not purchase the corresponding watch case. Since this watch is not a Swiss model, the chronograph complication does not actually work. What this means is that you can unscrew each sub-crown and change the time within each sub-dial, but it won't act the same way as true chronograph complication would. Furthermore, I do not believe you can use the watch as a stopwatch. (Do not trust me on that.) To be fairly honest, the case of the watch is quite heavy. It is heavy enough to mention at least. However, the bracelet is the complete opposite in the sense that it does not seem to weigh as much. I was contemplating purchasing a genuine Rolex bracelet, but then I decided it would most likely be a waste of money considering the cost of them nowadays. I am not familiar with what materials were used to create the bezel, but it feels and looks great. The color of the dial/face is the main selling point, in my opinion, for this watch. This is mainly why I purchased this timepiece instead of any other ones. For the bracelet, it should make two click sounds, which tells you that the clasp is secure. Yet, this clasp only makes one click sound. This means that when you are removing the clasp the bracelet completely unsecures itself, which gets bothersome overtime. There is the ROLEXROLEXROLEX engraving within the dial. Changing the time through the main crown is no problem. All in all, it is a great watch from a great watch replica company. I have already attached a couple images of the watch in my previous, more broad, review.