Although I feel quite familiar with the layout of standard watch movements I do not understand this 7751 layout, found on a rather obscure wrist watch offered at various online stores.
AFAIK the 7751 movement has NO hands or even functions at the '3' position - in fact the 'hole' at this location makes it look a little weird. Hence many manufacturers place their logo here, to fill the gap.
But this "Dolmy" watch depicts a 2-level scale and even a 'number window', yet no hands at this position!
One scale appears to be tachymeter, this does not make any sense to me, as a tachymeter would need a controlled stop second hand.
The second scale has an odd 72 step interval, cannot be a telemeter, again it appears useless without a hand.
Also the 'number' window appears to be a mockery of a 'date' (here: 10), as the 7751 has a pointer date on the main face anyway.
Even more confusing: there is no running second hand at '9', just the 24hr scale in a BACKWARDS arrangement with some city time zone thrown around. How should this ever tell correct timezones??
Who can shed some light on this model, the company and what they may (or not) have done to the typical 7751?
Is this just a fashion watch (like the mocked up 1/2 scale E6B Poljot I once found a fewa years ago)? Who would build a "Potekmin village" around a complex 7751??