A watch with the features, details and flair of the Swordfish is a gem regardless of price. Such a watch at this price point is almost too good to be true. The Seiko Samurai-inspired case is beautifully crafted with an elegant brushed finish. The supplied bracelet integrates nicely with the case design. The multi-layered dial incorporates the distinctive Zelos design language. The grey meteorite is the perfect complement to the angular, modern case design. I opted for the no-date version because I generally prefer the clean design, and given how much is going on in the dial, I am glad it's not cluttered by a date window. This watch surpasses the aforementioned Seiko by including a sapphire crystal, and a milled clasp with a glide-lock style diver's extension that can be adjusted while the watch is on wrist. I do have two criticisms to point out, however. At 42 mm in diameter, it is 2 mm too large, particularly with the somewhat comparatively thin bezel. The proportions and wrist presence would have hit the sweet spot if the diameter was between 38 and 40 mm. The second strike is the inelegant integration of the chapter/marker ring with the meteorite disk. They apparently couldn't cut notches into the meteorite to create the interlocking relationship between the dial and the chapter ring, as was done with the metal dial versions, so the chapter ring sits on top of the dial, and it doesn't lay flat, slightly cheapening the look. If Zelos can address these specs in the Swordfish Version 2, it will a perfectly executed watch design. All factors considered, I love this watch, and will spend many happy years in my collection.