Festina/Sekonda/Pulsar all do the sort of watch you want.
Personally, my preference would be Festina.
Proper Swiss watch company.
Avoid anything with a designer name (Calvin Klein/Guess etc)
I only like watches made by watch companies, not generic watches with a designer name stamped on the face. :-(
Of course it's down to personal choice and wrist size, but the one you linked I'd find a bit small at 38mm on the dial size. I bought the watch above for my dad who's 80, and he loves it. The slightly larger size (41mm) means its easier to glance at for him. Good luck with the purchase whatever you decide!
I've got a very similar Seiko titanium with a blue face, had it for around 15 years.
It stopped working recently, despite a battery change. :-(
I'd get it fixed, but at around 38mm I feel it's too small now and fixing it would be pointless as I'd never wear it.
Very light and tough watches though, being titanium.
Maybe I'll get a quote for fixing it and use it for night use, it had excellent lume.
It's only 2mm more than the one you linked to! But, as you say, if you have a specific size to aim for, then your choice is not as wide. For someone with a slight wrist, 12mm thickness could be a bit too much I guess.
he doesnt have slight wrists, just a preference for slim watches and 12 over 10 is 20% and quite a perceptible difference I reckon.. I will have a good browse as the seiko is the look I am after.. direction has certainly helped.