I bought this watch, looking to replace the thin, minimalist-style Calvin Klein, which had died on me. This watch was advertised as "ultra thin" but it turns out to be anything but. It is over 3/8 of an inch thick (about 50% thicker than the watch it was supposed to replace, as well as much heavier). What I received was not what was advertised in the copy. I find the use of metric measurements in the advertising to be somewhat disingenuous bordering on deceptive. If this was Amazon.uk or Amazon.de or Amazon.fr, I would expect it as those countries are on the metric system. The US, however, never switched to the metric system. Why should I (or anyone else for that matter) be required to find a millimeter to inches converter to know what I am buying? In any event, I have returned the watch and say to all others considering this watch, caveat emptor (meaning convert the figures to be certain you know what you're buying).
All that aside, this watch is attractive, appears to be well-made, and I have little doubt I would be happy with it IF it was what I was looking for.