It has been said that some people look at the world through rose colored glasses, but what if the saying used a different color of glass like amber? Watch designers from Victorinox (Swiss Army) might have asked that question back in the mid 1990's when they designed a watch with a yellow crystal, plastic sports case, huge crown, velcro and leather watchband, a backlight and interesting questionable proportions.
I do not even know if it has a catchy name besides "Outdoor, Yellow Crystal". Likely, not many were made because I rarely ever see them for sale. Of those sold, maybe fewer survived 15-20 years later.
The width of the watch from lug to lug is a whopping 60mm. By comparison, my 7 and 1/2" wrist is about 55mm at the protruding wrist bones. This means that the watch has a different kind of wearability than the watches that I am used to. It is comfortable, but the lugs overhang my wrist a little. I've never seen another Victorinox watch built like this.
For dark conditions, the hands have low-level radioactive tritium lume and backlit dial that lights the numbers with a green glow. The light is activated by using the small chrome button on the lower left. The photo below shows what it looks like.