It also has a metal link band with one of those flip buckle things, so it's not the most comfortable thing to wear while typing. I usually take it off and put it on the desk.
Purely by accident (I'm guessing I was bored during a meeting and fiddling with my watch), I discovered that I could arrange the watch band and buckle to make a self-contained, self-standing watch stand, that also served as an impromptu desk clock:
If you're ever sitting across the table from me during a meeting, there's a good chance you'll see this.
As a bonus, it makes checking the time a little more discreet than glancing down at your watch (especially if you put it next to your notepad).
Now, I haven't determined whether this is a universal application, or if it's unique to my watch band, which is sized for my slender (in a very manly, steel-rod kind of way) wrists.
A silly little thing, but I find it useful.