Included with your Zelos Mako Bronze is a wood cigar style box, metal warranty card, spring bar remover, leather roll, and a leather spare strap.
The case on the Zelos Mako measures 40MM in diameter and has a thickness of 13.5MM. These dimensions are doable , atleast on my 6.5 inch wrist as we have a nice and rational 46MM lug to lug distance. The watch features blocked off lugs so it really helps the Mako wear like a true 40MM watch, unlike something like a ceramic Submariner. Now to the good stuff, the case is comprised of CUSN8 Bronze which really came out great in my eyes. It has an almost light rose gold look which is really eye catching and looks superb. This case WILL patina over time as any bronze case will and that is just awesome. The lugs feature polished edges on each side which give a little substance to the brushed bronze case and crown.The crown itself is extremely hard to grip and screw in and out which is a huge letdown and probably the only negative thing about this watch besides the oddly cluttered dial. On top of this beautiful Anthracite dial lays a boxed Sapphire crystal with Anti-Reflective coating and is slightly domed as well, giving the watch a semi-vintage look. In terms of water resistance the Mako is a serious contendor with a 500 Meter rating, definitely suitable for swimming, diving, and pretty much any water activity you can imagine. To accompany the high WR rating they added a lumed screw down crown with the Zelos logo which is a first for me in hand. Whats a dive watch without a dive bezel? This watch has a beautiful 120 Click uni directional lumed bronze bezel which lines up perfectly to 12:00 and features zero backplay. Its one of those bezels you can fidget with and feel good about yourself.
The caseback is fairly simple and done in all stainless steel with a mako shark which is raised which I am fine with. Your personal edition number is also inscribed on the screw down caseback.