It was a quiet evening on the bridge of the USS TWF when, suddenly!
Worf: "Captain! Sensors detect a cheap Chinese "homage" off the starboard bow. These beings are without honour!"
Picard: "Red alert! Raise Shields! Charge all phaser banks! Arm Photon Torpedoes!"
Geordie: "We could reconfigure the forward sensor array to emit a phased, Tacheon pulse to reveal any presence of a cloaked Parnis."
Picard: "Make it so."
Data: "Current Sensor readings detect no hostile intentions."
Picard: "Hmm, very well. Open a communications channel. On screen"
OK, panic over. This is, of course, a nod to the original Rolex Oyster from 1926. Case size is increased to 40mm (36-38mm would have been better in my opinion) and it has a Seagull 2706 21-jewel automatic movement. It looks and feels well put together, even the strap is nice quality, and it comes in a faux-suede/velvet travel pouch which is actually useful compared to the ridiculous oversized boxes some watches come in. I like it. It's not a blatant rip-off of a famous brand's current model and is more a thoughtful update of a classic design. £88 from Alpha's Lithuanian distributor.
Let appreciation or derision commence