I came to know Yema through one of their first Kickstarter campaigns and since then I'm following the company because I find what they are doing to be very interesting.
The cream dial Wristmaster is a watch I'm glad I managed to snatch because it looks very retro, wears very well on my wrist once I replaced the rather meh original strap with a ColaReb Spoleto, and because it's a nice compact watch that I can wear on most days of the week.
I really like that Yema put an acrylic crystal on top, whicj in this case is a better choice than a sapphire due to the superior optical quality of acrylic and the vintage look.
It even has decent loom, or at least - the hands do, I was a bit sceptic about the effectiveness of the tiny lume dots on the dial but they seem to do the job as long as I don't expect them to shine at 3 am.
I'm a big fan of watches that are interesting because they are either unique, have interesting features, well designed or simply offer a great value for their price.