MAYCO Quartz Alarm Chronograph, Hong Kong, 1990s
The watch was technically revolutionary
for the time it appeared on the market. I had never before seen a chronograph with LCD sub dials. Casio was not yet there technologically. I think this is one of the examples of how good the Hong Kong watch industry was at the time. They would have to give up their leading role to Japan only in much later.
Since I had removed the battery a long time ago to avoid leaking, you cannot see the LCD at work. These black center dots in the round sub dials are actually black metal dots glued onto the LCD display. The watch measures 1/20th seconds and the chronograph is also able to display LAP times. The setting of the analog time (which is not linked to the digital time) is done with the crown at 4 o'clock.