Tudor Heritage Advisor Watch
Tudor isn't a brand available in the US. There is a good reason for that. It would harm Rolex's market position as they are less-expensive, but made in the same place. Unlike Rolex pieces, Tudor pieces don't use in-house made movements. Usually they offer their own, more entry-level versions of Rolex favorites, but Tudor has been trying to move away from that model as of late.
As far as alarms go the one in the Heritage Advisor seems rather well positions. There is a clear on and off window, and a power reserve indicator for the alarm's spring. The red hand around the dial is for setting the alarm. But like most alarms on mechanical watches, you can't set them very precisely. The watch also has a dial for the date. If you want a mechanical alarm watch with a old-fashioned look that is pretty straight forward in its operation, Tudor has you covered. But for mass appeal I just don't get it.
The watch itself is in steel and titanium, and is 42mm wide (not too small thankfully). Will likely be a few thousand bucks when they are available soon. If you simply must have one, best if you travel to a place like Hong Kong to get one.
Ariel Adams publishes the wrist watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.