The most interesting component is easily the steel bezel, which features a rather unique use of Roman numerals--a nod to the the watch's name to be sure, but also a useful twelve-hour scale which can be used as a simple GMT function for tracking a second time zone if desired. The bezel has a nicely milled coin-edge, like the crown. Beyond the blasted surface of the bezel insert, the rest of the watch has a polished appearance with smooth rounded edges.
Off the Cuff: Roebuck SCUBA
I think it's officially okay to state that the 1970s have arrived...again. Their new herald? The integrated bracelet sports watch. Guy Roebuck, of the Roebuck Watch Company, has seen the future of dive watches and apparently it lies in the past. I tend to agree.