The ruthenium dial and the movement are the jaw droppers. The dial goes from blackout to shiny gray depending on light and angle. I am not going to say anything about the in-house bi-directional rotor, and Glasshütte stripes.
Impressions. After all the fat Seikos in the box, this is a welcome change. Also the lug style is very dramatic, long severe lugs that scared me away from the sportier Nomos Ahoi. This one definitely works just fine, the strap is a beautiful OEM horween that is amazingly thin.
In summary, I see a lot of architecture in this one, not the brush and polish flash of Zaratsu, just a cool structural piece with killer dial that makes me a little nostalgic for the beauty of Tel Aviv. I've never had a watch remind me of a city before. And now for my meh pics which might be even worse as I'm halfway thru a course of antibiotics which make me see treble.