I'm afraid today's post isn't going to be too long as the watch is a bit of a mystery to me. It has no stamps, mouldings, or stickers stating anything about who made it or when.
One thing that is obvious though is the size. It has the largest LCD screen of any of the watches I own. It is only a 4 digit display, making each digit huge (each one almost 2cm high). Apart from its size, the module is very basic, with only time, date, and seconds options. The circuit board size is large too, especially compared to the watch I posted 2 days ago (the Zeon watch with see-through LCD). The display is changing and the time set with the two buttons on the right side.
The strap matches the rest of the watch in being large, and is about 5cm wide. As it's plastic, it makes it a bit sweaty underneath though.
In the title I joked about it being wrist clock rather than wristwatch due to its size. But this is more true than you'd think because it is really a wrist mounted clock. The yellow plastic case and strap is actually a holder for an LCD clock. When removed, the clock stands by itself using a built-in stand!
Apart from this, the only info I have is that it takes an AG12 battery, and was assembled in China.