That'll be me then.
I think it's a dog's dinner of a design.
The dial and bezel look disjointed to me, as if they have come from different watches. I look at the dial and I think it dominates, then I look at the bezel and I definitely think it dominates, there seems little harmony between the two. And the 'patina' on the dial and bezel appear different shades, or that's how it seems to me. Maybe that's intentional?
To a lesser degree, on the dial, there is the bright red GMT written on a new black dial, with a red end of GMT hand offset by a bright white date wheel (which would have been better black), logo and minute markers against minute and hour hands with a patina, but with a white trident seconds hand. It's all just all off kilter to me, and unintentially no doubt, but has hints of a Farer about it (God forbid).
But in fairness, I don't care too much for any of the solid colours of this model, as oppposed to the ones with contrasting bezels.