More than 20 years ago (around 1995-1997) I had a watch I used when I was sailing. I've been looking everywhere but cannot find which model it was. Maybe you could help me.
Here's the global design:
On the top-left side, the button was in metal and the only one protruding from the watch shape. The bottom-left, top-right and bottom-right buttons were in plastic.
The big thing on the right, and altering the round shape of the watch, is a button used to start/stop countdowns and stopwatches. It was pressed directly from the top of the watch (and not from the side as for every other buttons). I cannot remember what was written on it.
The inside top part consisted of LEDs according to seconds (in time mode) or time left (in countdown mode).
The inside bottom part was the regular digital clock.
The main thing about this watch was the countdown function. You could set it up, start it, and every minute it would switch on the red LED (I can't remember if it was the top or bottom one) 4 times with 4 beeps at the same time.
During the final 10 seconds of the countdown, it would make the red LED blink once per second with one beep and when the countdown is over, it would make both green and red LEDs blink alternatively and quickly 4 times with beeps and repeat it until you pressed the big button on the right.
Perhaps, but I'm really not sure, that during the final 5 seconds of the countdown it would blink and beep twice per second.
I'd be very thankful if you could help me find which model this watch was!