A large (46mm diameter in this case) gold watch that doesn't look really gaudy? What?! While I will always prefer the look of steel (I like the more subdued and subtle color), this gold watch isn't bad either. That being said, it will definitely be more ostentatious than any steel watch. Most likely because of the large amount of black on the dial, ceramic bezel, and strap, not much of the gold part is actually visible. The strap is rubber, seemingly inspired by mesh bracelets, which are typically constructed out of steel. The dial and bezel both have a great deal of black/gold contrast. There is also a white/black contrast going on - see the reverse-panda dial. I guess the panda can have three eyes in this case. Going below the dial, the watch features a COSC-certified Breitling Caliber 24, which features a chronograph and GMT indicator. The watch can measure three time zones simultaneously. 1) Main hour and minute hand 2) GMT hand 3) bezel. It's a limited edition of 250 pieces, so I'll be interested to see at how much it will be sold for.