Here's an interesting one you don't see every day. In fact, when I sourced this one a while back it was from a seller somewhere in eastern Europe (unboxed, but NOS).
I picked this one up back then because I liked the rugged sporty look and really unusual and cool digital features.
This is the Casio CPW-200 1090 (aka Casio 1030), of which there were several color combinations produced. I think this was manufactured in 1993.
Beyond the eye-catching looks, what makes this watch so different is that big module sticking out the left side of the crown. This houses the fascinating digital compass. I also love the seconds display, which is the blue ring all the way around the crown which fills in over the course of a minute.
But that seconds ring is also where the compass can be displayed when you go into the navigation mode.
Don't you feel just a tiny pang of envy when you see some of this watch's instruction manual?