This watch consists of individual snap together links and a body file with an opening to fit a 1" press in clock face that you can buy online. Enjoy.
I printed all my pieces with a layer height of 0.2 mm, and between 40-50% infill rectilinear. Also your going to want to slow down your perimeters and infill by 5-15 mm/s to ensure the small features are printed precisely. No need to support anything. Rotate everything 90 degrees in the X direction in Repetier.
You're going to need a bunch of the "body link" pieces according to how big your wrist is.
You need one "clasp" to join the two sides of the band.
Then you need one "body piece" according to how large your clock face is. There are "1 inch clock faces" readily available at hobby stores, arts and craft stores or clock shops. I got mine local for $10. The hole size for a 1" clock face is actually 1 3/8" or 34.93 mm. My face was a bit smaller at 33.614 mm. I have included both. If you buy a clock face that specifically says "1 inch clock face" you will need v5, with the 34.93 mm face. If yours comes with no sizing like mine from the clock shop check to make sure what size you will need with some calipers.
Printed mine with a Printrbot Simple.