The case is set to be 43mm in diameter, 54mm lug to lug, and 16mm in thickness, crafted from 316L stainless steel. Coin-edge detailing along the sides of the case, with angular fixed lugs protruding from the bottom edge, makes it watch not for the faint hearted. It really is a classical eye catcher, a conversation magnet. The case production was procured in Asia, the assembly was done in Switserland in the Jura region. There for it is a Swiss made watch and you will find this printed in the dial. On top a Pyrex crystal with 8 mohs hardness is placed surrounded by a ceramic glossy and fixed bezel. The scewed case back has a mineral crystal so you see this gorgeous movement. And believe me, you will constantly look at this movement! At the 12 o ‘clock position the crown is placed, accompanied by the chrono start/stop button at 11 o‘clock and the reset button at the 1 o‘clock position. At the 7 o‘clock position the rattrapante button is placed. Rattrapante means that you have two chrono hands above each other and you can measure two time events during flying or car racing f.e.