Quasar Analog-Digital 1989, Japan Miyota Cal. TL11

OK, it's no Breitling Aerospace
but I bought this Quasar at maybe USD 15 back in the late 80ies or early 90ies because this caliber is probably the most produced analog-digital caliber over the last 2 decades. For the first time, Japan/China was able to offer a really low cost caliber with Time, Calendar, Dual Time, Alarm and Chronograph function. I say Japan/China because I am convinced that the Japanese also produce their lower end movements on the Mainland, like all big movement manufacturers. Sometimes interesting labelings are found on those movements. E.g. Made in China with Swiss parts.
Btw. I could never find the 00 marker on the bezel with the interesting markings, so I took a Staettler permanent felt-tip pen and carefully colored it red. As this modification shows you, I was using this watch quite a bit. And of course, I was trying to keep its PVC surface the way it left the factory. The same way I would treat a Breitling Aerospace.