The only things stealthy about this watch is that it is a watch. For artistic purposes Hysek
created a complex metal case (available in steel, gold, or two tone - and even with decorated engraved surfacing). At 37mm wide, the actual watch dial itself is tiny - being in the middle of the case between the bezel and some deep skeletonization. This small space requires (for practicality) a Swiss quartz movement. The design is fascinating, I don't know how good it will look on female wrists, but it is fascinating. Note the articulating lugs meant to wrap the long 51mm tall case over smaller wrists. The strap is tapered alligator. Why did they call it the "Lady Stealth" watch? No idea - isn't the point of something like this to get noticed?
Ariel Adams publishes the wrist watch reviews