This checks all my basics for an everyday watch. The hands and markers glow in the dark, with 24 hour time labeled. It’s rated for 10 ATM water-resistance, which means it’ll be fine in any water except serious diving. It has a hardened mineral crystal lens that shouldn’t scratch easily. The band uses velcro which should make it easy to fit most people (I hate when my wrist falls in between two holes on a band). The result is a thin, modern watch with a sophisticated appearance.
One Eleven is owned by Fossil Group, a massive watch conglomerate. I can’t find any of the red flags that typically come from a big corporation. They actually seem to have a pretty strong focus on sustainability, which you can read more about here. I wouldn’t worry about supporting this subsidiary.
At $125, it’s a great value, considering how hard it can be to find options at that price without sustainability practices. When you buy from them, you’ll get free shipping and returns, backed by a two year warranty.