I'll start by the service. The watch was shipped almost immediately and arrived very quickly. The packaging and presentation was great, and I'll be sure to check SeriousWatches for my next watch too. Thank you, Eddie!
Off to the watch. A wristwatch is always a matter of personal taste. I was on the lookout for a casual field watch and once I saw the Expedition Everest I fell in love with it. Alas it was sold out, so I went to its sibling, the Fuji. I'm happy with the choice!
I find the warm gray (or khaki?) dial with the mustard numerals make for a watch that looks like a very natural accessory to the wrist. To my eyes it is a beautiful and distinct looking piece. The size is about right. Large enough so it can look nice even on a bigger wrist, yet not huge. The quality in general feels very good with attention to detail. The lume is unexpectedly good as well. If you like what you see in the photos, you will like the real thing too.
As for negatives, there a few but no timepiece is perfect. The crystal dome is a reflection magnet with a wide FoV, which together with the color scheme, makes legibility worse than average. You just have to find the perfect angle to appreciate the face. Maybe it's that I'm coming from a seiko diver, which is a legible as a watch can get. Something that bothers me some, is that the movement gives some resistance when setting the date and in general doesn't feel as smooth and precise when operating the crown as my seiko ones. I never had a sellita movement before, so I'm not sure if it's normal. Last, the strap is of good quality but with a few holes that are too apart from each other, making it hard to find the perfect fit.
All in all, it's a great watch that I think will occupy almost exclusively my wrist for many months to come.
Thank you Boldr and SeriousWatches.