Although I remembered I was an AnaDigi man from day 1, things faded in my memory lane of what exact models of the watches I had during my youth. One watch was used predominately throughout my youth. It wasn't the first, because the first, likely a Timex, was stolen in school shortly after I bought it. I was the kind of guy that would buy 1 watch and use it 'til it's disintegrated. So these old watches were all discarded, and no longer with me. The only thing left, which I found recently in a box, was an unused resin watch band with the marking CA-20MS. That's clearly a replacement watch band I bought for a Casio. It wasn't the type of band you find in a G-shock, it's thin and can be easily worn out in years of use. I do have some recollection of changing the band couple of times for watch I wore for years.
Out of curiosity I was looking back to some of my old photos, I was able to see a watch with the same band in many photos. But identifying the watch dial was not an easy task, since I wasn't exactly posting for WRUW here, you know. One photo out of many, the watch dial was partially visible. I scanned it, digitally enhanced it and magnified it. I was able to see some of the features on the watch. Two things clearly, there were 3 hands and 12 green time markers. Next I looked through archives of pictures and manuals for older Casio watches. Thanks to some of the pictures right here in WUS, too. One watch pops out in all, and has matching features.
Long and behold, here's the first Casio watch I had ever owned (the second watch I purchased for myself), the AQ-100W (module 358). CASIO QW-358 user manual - User manual
I found a picture in WUS that clearly identifies it. https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/par...ml#post4536664 But the pic below shows the band as well. Note that the analog window was not visible in my enhance photo, but one I know it was an analog/digital and two notice how the bottom 3 dots/markers are in a straight line.