In new condition is this watch by Merona that appears unused. The watch has a stretch bank and thus adjustable and starts at 7 1/2 inches. The band width is 3/4 inches. It might get to tight if you are over 8 1/2 inches in the wrist. It does need a battery. The watch looks great and is stainless steel. Japanese movement pieces.
What I've read about this brand is that they are inexpensive and what is extra nice besides them keeping great time, it is easy to replace the battery. Most of the time we disregard watches because they just need a battery. But the Merona watches have an arrow on the back of the watch which shows you where to pry the back off, replace the battery and pop the back back on. You can find information on how to replace batteries on certain sites like you tube. But that is the attraction of the less expensive Merona watches, you don't have to keep buying a watch because you can't get the back off! It has the design number and battery size info on the back of the watch as well. I can see the little arrow too.
The numbers are nice and big and easy to read. It's a handsome watch and unisex.