The bracelet is mounted at the lugs with hex screws and the links are connected with smaller hex screws (hex keys included in the box). The construction of the bracelet is extremely solid and feels very well built.
The watch is a beauty. With a carbon fiber face and applied markers, the dial is sophisticated and premium. The easy-to-grip bezel is solidly built with a very definitive 120-click bezel that is smooth and easy to turn.
On the wrist, the watch appeared quite large. My sweet spot for watch is 42-44mm and this one tips the scales at 47mm. I found the watch mounted on bracelet to be a bit overwhelming on the wrist, but I switched to the included (vanilla-scented) rubber strap and was quite pleased with the fit and appearance on the wrist.
The lume is good. On a strong charge, the luminosity will last a number of hours into the night. The hands are wide and have a good amount of lume in the center of the hands.
The crown is protected with a large crown guard and is buttery smooth with four turns to screw/un-screw the bezel. The crown is also signed with the Delma crown logo, which is a nice touch.
The watch is currently running at +7 seconds/24 hours, which is great right out of the box. Chances are that the movement will settle in a bit in the next few weeks.
Overall, this is an amazing watch. Much more than I expected from a brand that I hadn’t heard of before I read the aBlogtoWatch giveaway post. Thank you, Ariel, aBlogtoWatch, and thank you Delma!