Usually, I am not a chronograph guy due to the tendency of being overly busy with all the subdials and markings, but two eye chrono’s are much more appealing, at least to me. This model is the radiant sunray blue dial, which has white 3D markers and numerals. The whole dial really just jumps out at you and the sea foam, or powder blue, accents really give it a nice contrast. In certain light the dial will look more royal and navy blue and in others the dial has a purple tint. I got quite a few positive comments on the dial color while wearing it about.
The navy blue strap is made of calf leather and though it is listed as navy blue (with a similar blue stitching that matches the accents on the dial), its almost too dark of a blue. A little lighter hue of navy blue would have looked better; as for the most part it does look black. The strap is 22mm in width, well constructed, uses quick-change spring pins, and has a thick machined and engraved buckle.
The Dinamico wears very nicely on my 7.5 inch wrist. The crown did not dig into my hand (an annoyance of mine with large crowns) and the strap was more than sufficient in length. But, as with many oem watchstraps, I doubt this would fit beyond a 7-¾ inch wrist. I think companies should start to offer a few different sizes in the strap department, to accommodate a wider range of wrist sizes.
While the case back is nothing flashy, it is a solid machined and deeply engraved, and is done with both brushed and frosted finishes. Usually, when a watch is designed with fashion in mind, the case backs tend to be very simple with flat, laser etched logos. I was glad to see that Brera Orolgi didn’t go this route.