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I remember the watches you are referring to. they were sold on markets
under various weird & wonderful brand names one I saw had a double reversed "D" logo like an inverted "Dolby" logo ; many were metal cased much like the watches on street markets today. mostly all show, for under a tenner, with painted or inoperative sub dials with a price tag of £49.99 so a steal at £9.99 guvnor.

I had a Seiko quartz ana-digi in the mid 1980's this one was supposed to be in a Roger Moore James Bond film & had the digi module at the top.
Batteries lasted a month on me if I was lucky, my fault not the watch.
This had the up to 24 hr/1/10 sec chrono, date & alarm on the digi module.

I think the one you remember had basic time/date & a 1sec stopwatch on the digi module. I have a feeling some may still be out there on a market somewhere.
 

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Mine was different. It looked similar to the one on this link.

http://www.wristwatch.com/ProductInfo.aspx,,productid,,AQ517E

Jakisbck, can you explain how yours works?
Bill it works like any mechanical watch except it has a rotor that powers it up and also stores energy when not in use for I think 60days or something like that cant remember and dont quote me on the time because that maybe wrong as well, overall great watch you can set it on 12hr./24hr time has day and date as well. :-!
 
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