I've owned two Skagen watches. The crystal is round faced so your typical jewelry stores will not have the tool required to press the batery casing back on. The watches get me compliments, but once you're battery dies you'll be in a pickle. One watche's crystal was shattered due to this issue, and after the band came loose on this particular black model, I didn't bother fussing with the dead battery, too, because It would have doubled the price of the watch. Moral of the story: if you've never dealt with jewelers who can handle ultra thun watches (which often have curved crystal faces), this watch isn't worth the low price.
This is my third Skagen watch over the past 15 years. I love the fact that it is very thin, light weight and attrctive looking. My only reason for not giving it 5 stars is that the face chrystal is easily cracked. Not really noticable and doesn't seem to interfere with performance.