The movement used is the Ronda 5021.D that has the center stop second and 30-minute counter, date and small seconds. It has an average battery life of 54 months, which is just 4.5 years. So, barring any issues, you should not have to replace your battery for quite some time.
When initially looking at the dial, I envisioned lume that would be off the charts due to the use the 3D markers. That was not really the case as while they are large markers, they are not big slabs of lume paint, but rather raised markers which are then given a couple of coats of luminous paint. For this style of watch, I would say the lume is sufficient, and probably better than most watches of this style.
One thing I always like to convey when doing a review is that you are getting my honest thoughts, and of course from my point of view. I can say that while this watch would not be the first choice for my collection, it is well made, and very attractive. If you like more of a sporty/casual watch that can double as a dress watch if needed, and are a fan of chronographs, I would see no reason to not give the Dinamico by Brera Orologi a look. The only things I can really nitpick on are the domed crystal and the non-screw down crown, but those things are minor and more my personal preference than anything.
The Dinamico also come in a few other color variations, which you can check out here: http://breraorologi.com/mens-watches/dinamico
Thank you to Brera Orologi for providing the Dinamico for review. I look forward to checking out more of their models in person.