Again, dress watches are traditionally smaller than 40mm. Casual/sport watches are fine being 40mm and over, but the design of your dial clearly makes it a dress watch. It's still too big, it's all dial which will no doubt make it wear large (despite what you say). If you were to casual/sport the dial up a bit, then it would be less of a problem, but the design and sizing don't match. As such, the watch is a bit all over the place. Too large and too thick for a dress watch (with a date window too far inside the dial, which is a real bugbear of mine), but not sporty enough of a dial to be a more casual piece. And you say you're not targeting the watch enthusiast, yet here you are on the Style Forum. Contradictions abound. And there are plenty of other alternatives out there that get the mix right and aren't priced too much differently to what you're offering.
Sorry, but your watches are not for me, Wright Watches, and likely not for many others here (though I could be wrong) until you fix some of your issues. And on a forum such as this, it's better to heed such concerns rather than dismiss them.
I'm sure there'll be more pictures soon, Jazzy Feel free to post some yourself.
I think it's exactly these contradictions that make it somewhat unique watch that may find a niche. I have a handful of (bigger) friends who like watches slightly above a surface level who would really like this watch.
I'll be in for a 36/38mm quartz if you ever make it :)