My watch arrived in a plastic, foam-lined case. I got the watch, a warranty card, and a very basic instruction booklet. No model number or name anywhere so I've copy-pasted the link to the website that sold me the watch:
https://www.skbwatches.com/san-martin-m ... 79663.html
The movement is a version of the ETA 6498, which was introduced in 1950. There's an indicator for the speed adjustment with slow
on each side.
At 43mm, it's a little large but it fits well on my 7.5" wrist. The strap is very nice. Thick but not stiff. It has quick release strap bars. The crown is easy to pull out and it feels very solid when winding.
The dial looks very nice; my crappy pictures don't do it justice. The hands are outlined with a very thin blue line which looks fuzzy in my pictures but not in real life. What I've seen so far regarding the lume is good.
The blue dial looks very nice against the bronze; which right now is like copper-washed brass or red brass.
The instructions on the webpage say to leave a message regarding your choice of dial color. I had used their selector button to pick a black dial but ended up with the blue, which is the default. I like the blue color and was having second thoughts about the black dial so this turned out well. Delivery time was two weeks but the shipper sent several text messages about the delivery time.
For $200, not a bad watch at all. The other Flieger makers should be on notice.