For myself, no, it's a woman's watch. Even the pre '31 Eterna I have, which is an Eterna movement in a cheap American made case is only something I keep because it demonstrates striking similarity to another movement 100 years it's senior, even the plating was low grade silver. The Eterna isn't as accurate but the cases made in the US were notoriously poor quality.
The US does not hallmark properly either, so I asked the assay office to apply the F mark, as is convention.
Citychamp/Swatch is aHong Kong company, they have manufacturers in Switzerland and SOME of the movement is made there.
Both Swatch and Eterna have very short histories, both crossing and ending in Chinese ownership.
In America, it has to look nice. Other countries are more interested in quality.
If there is a watch that does not simply contain an ébauche, I would be interested.
Knowledge of horology is something most people either lack or Google yet still don't understand.