Sorry it's taken awhile to get some pictures sorted.
For size comparison against an Orient Mako II. It is certainly heavier than the Mako but still feels comfortable on the wrist.
They set out to make a tough watch and have moved away from some of the norm. The pushers and crown are triple sealed and can be operated underwater, even with the crown out (it's not screw down) just in case you need to change the date while at the bottom of the ocean.
I quite like the knurling on the face of the pushers and there is a positive feel when they are pressed. They also fit a hardened mineral crystal as opposed to sapphire as they believe it is better for taking hard knocks. The case back is bolt down and they have developed their own shock proofing system.
The bracelet is nice and weighty, being solid and having screw-in link pins, a nice touch is their logo on the clasp in superluminova.
I'm not trying to sound like an advert but I am very impressed and pleased with the watch. Elliot Brown are relatively new and I've not heard them mentioned on here before, if you are interested and would like to know more there are some good videos on youtube. There is one in particular where a guy is hoisted into the air with all his weight hanging off a bracelet. A tough watch for dishwashers like myself, I shan't be afraid of banging it against the cutlery and I may even attempt to time myself in the sink.