Citizen Eco-Drive Instruction manual

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English
Thank you for your purchase of this Citizen watch.
Before using the watch, read this instruction manual carefully to ensure
correct use.
After reading, be sure to store this manual in a safe place should it be
needed for future reference.
✳
The case has different features depending on the model.
Details of model specific features may not be outlined in this manual. See
http://www.citizenwatch.jp/support/default.htm
Engraving position example
90
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Your watch features a case number engraved on the
case back (refer to figure to the right).
1234-567890
The first four characters of the case number
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8
4represent the movement caliber number of the
567
watch.
The engraving position may differ
In the example on the right, “1234” is the movement depending on watch model.
number.
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Safety Precautions
This manual may contain certain safety advisories. Your watch should be used
in accordance with these advisories at all times to ensure optimal enjoyment of
your watch and to prevent injury to yourself, other persons and/or damage to
property.
■ Safety advisories are categorized and depicted in this manual as follows:
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DANGER
Highly likely to cause death or serious injury
WARNING
May cause serious injury or death
CAUTION
May or will cause minor or moderate injury or damage
Safety Precautions
■ Important instructions are categorized and depicted in this manual as follows:
Warning (caution) symbol followed by instructions that should be
followed and/or precautions that should be observed.
Warning (caution) symbol followed by prohibited use and/or
operation advisory.
<Notes before use - Protective stickers>
Your watch may feature protective coverings.
If the watch is worn without first removing these stickers, perspiration or
moisture may enter the gaps between the protective stickers and the parts, which
may result in a skin rash and/or corrosion of the metal parts.
For this reason, please be sure to peel off the stickers before wearing the watch.
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Features
◆ T his watch receives radio signals transmitted in the USA and Germany for
specific timezones only.
◆ Eco Drive that converts light to the energy for driving the watch.
◆ City selection function that allows the watch to be set to the time and
date in any of the four cities in U.S.A. - New York, Chicago, Denver, Los
Angeles - and London.
◆ Alternate time zone that can be set in 15 minute increments (alternate
time zone is not radio controlled).
Before using the watch
The followings must be done before using the watch:
● Checking the power reserve → page 12
Check the charge level of the watch.
● Selecting a time zone (city) → page 16
Select the city for which you want to indicate the time and date.
● Checking the radio signal reception → page 14
Check the result of the radio signal reception.
◆ Chronograph function that can measure time up to 59 minutes 59
seconds in 1-second steps.
◆ Alarm function that can be set based on a 24-hour clock.
◆ Perpetual calendar function that eliminates the need to correct the date
at the end of each month.
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* Eco Drive is Citizen proprietary technology.
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Table of contents
Component identification… …………………………………………… 8
Adjusting the time/calendar manually… …………………………… 42
Checking the power reserve… ……………………………………… 12
Checking and correcting the current reference (0) position… …… 46
Checking the radio signal reception… ……………………………… 14
Troubleshooting… …………………………………………………… 50
Selecting a time zone (city)…………………………………………… 16
Resetting the watch to the default settings… ……………………… 54
Notes on the radio signal reception… ……………………………… 18
Solar-powered watch handling precautions………………………… 56
On-demand reception—manual signal reception activation… …… 24
Water resistance… …………………………………………………… 60
Using the alternate time mode… …………………………………… 26
Precautions and usage limitations…………………………………… 63
During the Daylight Saving Time season… ………………………… 28
Maintenance…………………………………………………………… 68
Using the chronograph function… ………………………………… 32
Information… ………………………………………………………… 69
Using the alarm………………………………………………………… 34
Specifications… ……………………………………………………… 70
Recharging your watch… …………………………………………… 38
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Component identification
NO: Reception
result
Tachymeter
Function hand
Hour hand
24 hour hand
Second hand
ON/OFF
(alarm/daylight
savings time)
RX: Reception in progress
Component identification
H, M, L:
Reception level/
reception result
Chronograph
(minute)
Minute hand
Crown
Date
Lower right
button (A)
Day of week
Charge level
Upper right
button (B)
● Mode hand
CHR: Chronograph
mode
ALM: Alarm mode
A-TM: Alternate time
mode
Mode hand
* The illustrations in this instruction manual may differ from the actual appearance of your watch.
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● Function hand
City selections
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Component identification
● How to use the screw down crown and screw down push button
Some models feature a screw down crown and/or screw down push button.
Locking the crown and/or button prevents accidental operation. These must
be unlocked prior to using certain features of your watch such as setting the
time or date.
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Component identification
Unlock
Lock
Screw down
crown
Rotate the crown
counterclockwise
until it releases from
the case.
Push the crown in to
the case. With gentle
pressure towards the
case, rotate the crown
clockwise to secure it
to the case. Be sure to
tighten firmly.
Screw
down push
button
Rotate the
locking screw
counterclockwise, and
loosen until it stops.
Rotate the locking
screw clockwise,
and tighten firmly.
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Checking the power reserve
0
1
2
Button (A)
Checking the power reserve
Modes supporting this function:
[LAX] [DEN] [CHI] [NYC] [LON] [A-TM]
Check the power reserve level as follows:
Charge level
1. Ensure that the crown is in position 0 .
2. Press and release the lower right button (A).
Charge
indicator
(function
hand) position
The function hand and the 2:00 sub dial
indicates the charge level (refer to table on
page 13)
3. P
ress and release the lower right button (A)
to exit power reserve checking.
The watch will resume normal operation.
• The watch will resume normal operation
automatically after 10 seconds even without
pressing and releasing.
Estimated
remaining
time to stop
Remark
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Approx. 3 days
Approx.
3 to 30 days
Approx.
30 to 220 days
Approx.
220 to 310 days
The charge level
is insufficient.
Charge the battery
immediately.
The charge level
is not sufficient.
Charge the battery
wherever possible.
The charge level
is good. Use the
watch without
worrying about
the charge level.
The watch is fully
charged. Use the
watch without
worrying about
the charge level.
Note: t he power reserve indicator does not move in a "smooth" linear fashion. It will "jump" levels based on reserve power level.
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supporting this function:
Checking the radio signal reception Modes
[LAX] [DEN] [CHI] [NYC] [LON]
To check result of previous radio reception time
update:
1. Ensure that the crown is in position 0 .
2. Press and release the button (A).
0
1
2
Button (A)
The second hand moves and indicates the
reception result.
• The relationships between the second hand
positions and the reception results are shown
on the next page.
3. Press and release the button (A) to exit.
The watch will resume normal operation.
• The watch will resume normal operation
automatically after 10 seconds even without
pressing the button.
Checking the radio signal reception
● Second hand positions and reception results
NO: Reception failed.
• To attempt reception again, use the manual reception function.
→ from page 22
H: Radio reception and time
updating was successful
with high signal strength.
M: Radio reception time
updating was successful with
medium signal strength .
L: Radio reception
time updating was
successful with low
signal strength.
* " H", "M", and "L" indicates radio signal strength. They do not relate to the reception
performance of the watch.
* If you change the city shown after radio reception, the indication will reflect "NO".
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Selecting a time zone (city)
To select a time zone (city):
Button (B)
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
The second hand moves to the 30 seconds position.
2. Rotate the crown to select the city.
0
1
2
Example: S etting to
New York
•A
lign the mode hand to any of LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC, and LON.
• Whenever you select a city, the watch indicates the
time and date in that city.
• To use the watch in a city other than the above five
cities, set the time using the alternate time mode
(A-TM). → pages 26 and 27
3. Pull the crown out to position 2 .
The second hand moves and indicates the current
daylight savings time setting.
• To change the daylight savings time setting, press
and release the upper right button (B) until a tone
signal sounds. → pages 28 to 31
4. Push the crown in to position 0 .
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The watch resumes normal operation. (The current time is indicated.)
Selecting a time zone (city)
● Table of radio controlled time zones (city)
• T he cities listed in the table below may be abbreviated or spelled out, depending on the model.
• The signal station is changed depending on the selected city.
• When you use the watch in a place which is not shown in the table below, set the
time using the alternate time mode (A-TM).
• The time difference in the table below is based on the coordinated universal time (UTC).
• The stored setting for the presence of daylight savings radio signal is common to all
regions in each radio signal zone.
Indication
LON
NYC
CHI
DEN
LAX
City name
London
New York
Chicago
Denver
Los Angeles
Time difference
0
−5
−6
−7
−8
Signal from...
Germany
U.S.A.
* Transmitter stations →pages 20 to 21
• The time in each city is calculated from the time difference from UTC.
• When the watch receives radio signal in a city or you correct the time of a city
manually, the times in all other cities are corrected accordingly based on the time
differences. (This also applies to A-TM.)
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Notes on the radio signal reception
■ Receiving the radio signal
There are three ways to receive the radio signal.
This watch also incorporates a function to check last radio reception results.
→ pages 14 and 15
Reception method
Explanations
Receives the signal at 2:00 a.m. every day. If reception is unsuccessful,
the watch tries to receive at 3:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m.
On demand
Receive the signal manually when you want to adjust the time
reception
and date. → page 24
Recovery automatic Receives the signal automatically after charging when the watch
reception
stops due to insufficient charge.
Automatic reception
• These reception operations take place only when the crown is in the closed
position 0 and the watch is not moved.
• When the watch is in a low power state (second hand moving in two
second intervals), radio reception will not be attempted.
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Notes on the radio signal reception
Modes supporting this function:
[LAX] [DEN] [CHI] [NYC] [LON]
• Radio signal reception cannot be deactivated.
• Even when this watch receives a radio signal successfully, the accuracy of
the displayed time will be dependent on the reception environment and
internal processing.
• If the watch is not able to receive the signal, it will operate normally within
an accuracy range of ±15 seconds per month.
■ During radio reception:
Remove the watch and place it on a stable surface
where it can receive the signal better, such as next to
a window.
• The reception antenna is located at the 6:00
position of the watch. Place the watch with the 6:00
position facing toward the station.
• While the watch is receiving radio signals (the second
hand indicates RX, H, M, or L), do not move the
watch as a successful update will not be acheived.
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Notes on the radio signal reception
■ Note on the radio signal
This watch receives the radio signal from the two signal stations located in
U.S.A. or Germany and automatically adjusts the time and date.
The receivable signal stations are listed as follows:
Notes on the radio signal reception
● Station locations and reception ranges
* The distance values below are given only for information purpose. The actual reception
condition may differ depending on the environment and climate.
Signal stations
Kind of the radio signal
Fort Collins station, Denver, Colorado State, U.S.A.
WWVB
Mainflingen station, southeast Frankfurt, Germany
DCF77
Radio signal in U.S.A.
Radius of approximately
3,000 km
Fort Collins station
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Radio signal in Germany
Radius of approximately
1,500 km
Mainflingen station
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Notes on the radio signal reception
Notes on the radio signal reception
■ When signal reception is poor
■ Poor reception areas
Radio signal reception may be affected by the surrounding environment.
High-tension wires nearby or windows containing wire meshes make it
difficult to receive radio signal. In this case, you should find another suitable
place considering the location of the transmitter station in your region.
Then, place the watch at a window facing to the station and attempt manual
reception. → pages 24 and 25
If the window contains wire screens, open the window or change the
location of the watch.
It may be difficult to receive the radio signal properly under certain
environmental conditions or in areas susceptible to radio noise.
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• Extremely hot or cold locations
• Near high-tension
electrical lines, railway
overhead wires or
communication facilities
• Inside vehicles
• Inside reinforced concrete
buildings, between tall
buildings, mountains, or
underground
• Near electrical equipment or
office appliances
• Near mobile phones that
are in use
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supporting this function:
On-demand reception—manual signal reception activation Modes
[LAX] [DEN] [CHI] [NYC] [LON]
Manual reception updating may be attempted
at anytime. However results will vary based on
location, time of day, weather, etc.
0
1
2
Button (A)
• The watch will not start to receive if the second
hand is moving once every two seconds (this is the
insufficient charge warning). Fully charge the watch
before attempting on-demand reception.
• Not all areas can receive a signal. Be sure you are not
in such an area and confirm the city is selected for
your time zone. → pages 16 and 17
On-demand reception—manual signal reception activation
When the reception has finished, a tone sounds, and the second hand
restores the normal operation.
• It will take 2 to 15 minutes to finish reception.
● Second hand positions and reception results
H: R
adio reception updating was
successful with high signal strength.
RX: Reception
in progress
M: Radio reception updating was
successful with medium signal strength.
1. Push the crown in to position 0 .
2. Press and hold the lower right button (A)
for 2 seconds or more, then release.
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The second hand points to RX, a tone will
sound, and the watch enters radio reception
mode. As soon as the reception level is
identified, the second hand points to either H,
M, or L. → Refer to the next page.
L: R
adio reception updating
was successful with low
signal strength.
■ To cancel manual reception updating
Press and hold the lower right button (A) for 2 seconds or more, then release.
This cancels manual reception updating and the watch resumes normal operation.
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Using the alternate time mode
The alternate time mode allows you to set the time in any region other than
the featured five cities in 15 minute increments.
• The alternate time mode (A-TM) is not radio controlled and operates as a
"normal" watch with accuracy of +/- 15 seconds per month.
Button (B)
0
1
2
Button (A)
Mode hand
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Using the alternate time mode
Modes supporting this function:
[A-TM]
■ Setting the alternate time
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
2. R
otate the crown to align the mode
hand to [A-TM].
The hour/minute/second hands indicate
the A-TM time currently set in memory.
3. Pull the crown out to position 2 .
The second hand moves to indicate the
current daylight savings time setting.
• P ressing and releasing the upper right button (B)
will activate or deactivate the daylight savings
time setting (SMT) with a tone. → pages 28 to 31
4. To set the alternate time:
• Rotate the crown clockwise to advance the time in one hour increments.
• Rotate the crown counterclockwise to decrement the time in one hour increments.
• Pressing in releasing the lower right button (A) will advance the time in 15-minute
increments. Note: the time will not decrement in 15 minute increments.
• Be sure to set the correct AM or PM time by referring to the 24-hour indicator at the
10:00 subdial.
• The calendar is also changed to the corresponding date and day of the week.
• Rotating the crown quickly will engage the rapid advance feature. To cancel the
rapid advance feature, turn the crown one click.
5. Return the crown to position 0 to finish the setting.
■ Time differences that can be set in the alternate time mode
In the alternate time mode, you can set any time difference within the following
range relative to the London time.
Daylight savings time OFF
Daylight savings time ON
-26 hours to +26 hours
-25 hours to +27 hours
■ Daylight savings time
When the daylight savings time is set to ON while the watch operates in the
alternate time mode, the indicated time is increased by 1 hour.
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During the Daylight Saving Time season
Some areas observe Daylight Saving Time.
• Daylight Saving Time rules will vary depending on the country or region
within a country.
When the watch receives a successful radio signal update for the 5 cities, the
Daylight Saving Time setting is automatically updated, provided the user
has not manually turned OFF overridden the Daylight Saving Time setting.
If you live in an area that does not receive a radio signal, you will need to
update the Daylight Saving Time setting manually.
→ Page 30
During the Daylight Saving Time season
■ Checking the daylight savings time setting
Button (B)
While the watch is in the time display mode or A-TM
mode and the crown is set at position 0 , perform
the following steps.
1. Press and release the upper right button (B).
The second hand moves and points to the current
setting for daylight savings time (ON or OFF).
ON: Daylight savings
time is set.
OFF: Daylight savings
time is not set.
2. Press and release the upper right button (B).
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The current time display mode is resumed.
• Even if the button is not pressed, the current time display mode is
resumed automatically after about 10 seconds.
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During the Daylight Saving Time season
Button (B)
■ To manually change the Daylight Saving
Time setting
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
2. Rotate the crown to choose the city.
→ pages 16 and 17
0
1
2
3. Pull the crown out to position 2 .
4. Press and release the upper right button
(B) to change the daylight savings time
setting to ON or OFF. →page 29
5. Return the crown to position 0 to finish
the setting.
● Precautions for setting the daylight savings time to ON/OFF
When manually changing the Daylight Saving Time from OFF to ON to OFF, this
engages the manual override built into the watch. This manual override precludes
Daylight Saving Time from being automatically adjusted during the radio signal update.
If this function is not desired, the only way to cancel the manual override is to do the all
reset and 0-Positioning outlined. → page 54
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During the Daylight Saving Time season
● Sharing of daylight savings time setting
• The Daylight Saving Time / standard time is shared by multiple cities and regions
within the range of each transmitter station (Germany or U.S.A.). Whenever radio
signal is received from each station, the setting is updated automatically.
• If you manually set the watch to the standard time in a city, the watch will
always indicate the standard time for that city without synchronizing with other
cities.
■ If you live in an area that does not observe Daylight Saving Time
Change the daylight savings time setting to OFF manually. Then, as long
as the city is selected, the setting remains OFF and the watch ignores the
daylight savings time update direction included in the radio signal.
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Using the chronograph function
Using the chronograph function
Modes supporting this function:
[CHR]
The chronograph is able to measure time up to 59 minutes 59 seconds in
1-second units. It is reset to 0 after reaching 59 minutes 59 seconds.
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
2. R
otate the crown to align the mode
Function hand
hand to the CHR (chronograph)
position.
3. Return the crown to position 0 .
■ Starting time measurement
Button (B)
Second hand
0
1
2
Mode
hand
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The second hand and function hand
move to the 0 position respectively.
• The second hand changes to the
chronograph second hand and
moves in 1-second steps after a time
measurement is started.
• The function hand (2:00 sub dial)
changes to the chronograph minute
hand and moves in 1-minute steps after
a time measurement is started.
0
1
2
Button (A)
Press and release the upper right button (B).
The chronograph starts measurement.
• The chronograph stops and starts whenever you
press and release the upper right button (B).
• Pulling the crown out during chronograph
operation will stop and reset the chronograph.
■ Resetting the chronograph
While the chronograph is stopped, press
and release the lower right button (A).
The chronograph resets to 0 minute 0 second.
• During measurement, the chronograph will not be
reset even if you press the button (A).
• Radio signal cannot be received in the chronograph mode.
• After you have completed chronograph use, be sure to reset your watch to one
of the time modes. → pages 16 to 17, or 26 to 27
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Using the alarm
The alarm function uses a 24-hour clock. Once the alarm has been set, the alarm
sounds for 15 seconds when the set time is reached once a day. The alarm can be
used in one of the five cities as well as the alternate time mode. The alarm does
not operate while the watch is in the alarm [ALM] setting mode.
Button (B)
0
1
2
Button (A)
Mode
hand
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Using the alarm
Modes supporting this function:
[ALM]
■ Setting the Alarm Time
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
2. R
otate the crown to align the mode
hand to the ALM (alarm) position.
The hands move to the currently set alarm time.
3. Pull the crown out to position 2 .
4. R
otate the crown to set the desired
alarm time.
• Rotating the crown clockwise causes the
minute hand to advance by 1 minute.
• Rotating the crown counterclockwise
causes the minute hand to go back by 1
minute.
• Check AM and PM with the 24-hour hand (10:00 sub dial) to set the correct
AM or PM time.
• Rotating the crown quickly engages the quick advance feature for the
minute and hour hands. To stop the rapid advancement, turn the crown
one click in either direction.
Second hand
5. P
ress and release the
upper right button (B) to position when
turn the alarm ON or OFF. alarm is ON
• Whenever you press and
release the button (B), a tone
sounds and the second hand
moves to indicate the alarm
is turned ON or OFF.
Second hand position
when alarm is OFF
6. Push in the crown in to position 1 .
7. Rotate the crown to select a city or the alternate [A-TM] time.
• The alarm will operate according to the city time currently selected.
8. Return the crown to position 0 to complete alarm time setting.
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Using the alarm
Using the alarm
Button (B)
0
1
2
Button (A)
Mode
hand
■ Setting the alarm to ON or OFF
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
2. R
otate the crown to align the mode
hand to ALM (alarm).
3. P
ress and release the upper right
button (B).
• While the watch is in the alarm mode, the alarm will not sound.
5. Return the crown to position 0 to finish the setting.
■ Stopping the alarm
• Pressing and releasing the upper right
button (B) changes the alarm settings
between ON and OFF.
While the alarm is sounding, press and release either the upper right button
(B) or lower right button (A), or pull out the crown.
Second hand
position when
alarm is ON
■ Alarm sound monitor
Second hand position
when alarm is OFF
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4. Rotate the crown to select a city or [A-TM].
While the watch is in the [ALM] mode and the crown is set at position 0 ,
press the button (A). The alarm sound is played back. The alarm sounds for 5
seconds. To stop the alarm in the interim, press the button (A) or (B).
• While the hands are moving from another mode to the ALM mode, you
cannot play back the alarm sound.
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Recharging your watch
This watch has a rechargeable cell which is charged by exposing the dial to
light such as direct sunlight or fluorescent lamps.
For optimal performance, be sure to keep your watch charged at all times. When
not wearing your watch, place it near a window or other light source to ensure
the dial receives light sufficient for charging.
In addition, to use this watch comfortably, follow the instructions below.
•E
xpose the watch with the dial facing towards direct outdoors sunlight
(not through a window) for five to six hours at least once a month.
• Before storing the watch in a dark place for an extended period of
time, be sure to charge it fully.
• When the watch is regularly covered with long sleeves, it may not be
charged sufficiently. Try to keep the watch exposed to light sufficient for
charging.
• Do not charge the watch at a high temperature (about 60˚C/140˚F or higher).
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Recharging your watch
■ Charging time by environment
Below are the approximate times needed for charging when exposing the watch
dial to light continuously. Please use this table as a reference only.
Environment
Under direct sunlight
or cloudy weather
(not through a
window)
20 cm (7-7/8 inches)
away from a fluorescent
lamp (30 W)
Interior lighting
time to start working Charging time to the
Charging Charging
Illuminance time
(second hand moves fully charged state
to work normally
(lx)
in 1-second steps) when the when the rechargeable
for one day
rechargeable cell is empty
cell is empty
10,000 to
100,000
3 to 12 min.
2 to 3.5 hours
35 to 70 hours
3,000
40 min.
7.5 hours
210 hours
500
4 hours.
50 hours
—
• When the battery is fully charged, the overcharge protection function stops the charging so
that the watch performance and secondary battery are not adversely affected by overcharge.
Your watch will run for approximately 10 months from a full charge or up to
1.5 years with the power save feature engaged (based on a full charge).
After the second hand starts moving once every two seconds, it will last for
approximately 3 days.
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Recharging your watch
■ When the watch reaches a low charge state
— insufficient charge warning function
Recharging your watch
2-second
When the power reserve becomes low, the second
2-second
hand moves once every 2 seconds — This is the
insufficient charge warning function. Charge the watch
by exposing the dial to light sufficient for charging.
• After the watch is fully charged, the second hand
will resume normal operation.
• If you have not charged the watch for 3 days or more
since the insufficient charge warning movement
began, the watch will run out power and stop.
Even when the second hand moves once every 2 seconds, the current time and
date are indicated. However, no other functions or radio signal reception will
operate under a lower power state.
A Radio signal cannot be received in the 2-second step operation mode.
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■ Power save feature
When the watch is continuously not exposed to light for 30 minutes or
more, for example being stored in a case, the second hand is automatically
stopped to reduce the power consumption. The hour and minute hands
operate continuously.
• When the crown position is 1 or 2 , the power save feature will not activate.
• The power save feature can not be activated manually.
■ To cancel the power save feature
Expose the watch dial to light to start charging. The power save feature is
cancelled and the second hand moves to the current time position.
• When the crown is pulled or any button is operated, the power save
feature is cancelled and the watch enters the mode corresponding to the
position of the mode hand (6:00 sub dial).
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Adjusting the time/calendar manually
Second hand
Function
hand
Modes supporting this function:
[LAX] [DEN] [CHI] [NYC] [LON]
1. Pull the crown out to position 2 .
2. Press and release the lower right button (A).
The second hand moves to the 0 second
position.
3. R
otate the crown to adjust the
hour and minute.
0
1
2
Button (A)
• You can correct the time in 1-minute steps.
• The 24-hour hand (10:00 sub dial) moves
in conjunction with the hour hand.
Be sure to pay attention to the 24-hour
hand to set the proper AM or PM time.
4. Press and release the lower right button (A).
The function hand (2:00 sub dial) moves
slightly.
5. Rotate the crown to adjust the date.
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• Every five turns of the function hand
advances the date by one day.
Adjusting the time/calendar manually
6. Press and release the lower right button (A).
The second hand points to the current month and year.
7. Rotate the crown to adjust the month and leap year.
• T he month and leap year are indicated by the second hand. → pages 44 and 45
• To correct the month and leap year, make sure to rotate the crown
clockwise. You cannot change them in the reverse direction.
8. Press and release the lower right button (A).
The function hand (2:00 sub dial) moves slightly.
9. Rotate the crown to adjust the day of the week.
10.Return the crown to position 0 to finish the setting.
The current time and date are indicated.
• The watch operates assuming the moment when the crown is returned
to position 0 as 00 seconds.
When adjusting minute/hour/date, you may activate the rapid advance feature by
quickly rotating the crown several "clicks". To stop the rapid advance feature, rotate
the crown one click in either direction.
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Adjusting the time/calendar manually
Adjusting the time/calendar manually
■ Month and leap year indications
When the time and date are corrected manually, the elapsed years from the
most recent leap year and the month are indicated at the position of the second
hand. By setting the elapsed years from the most recent leap year and the month
correctly, the watch will automatically update the date.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Oct.
Sept.
Feb.
Aug.
Mar.
Apr.
Jul.
Jun.
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May
The position of the second hand shows the month.
Leap year
1st year since leap
year
2nd year since leap
year
3rd year since leap
year
Example: March in the 2nd year
since the leap year
The first three minute marks after the
hour mark denote the number of years
since a leap year.
The figure shows August in the 3rd year
since the recent leap year.
The figure shows April in the
leap year.
Quick reference chart for number of years passed since leap year
Indication of the second hand
Hour marker
1st min. marker
2nd min. marker
3rd min. marker
Passed year
Leap year
1st year
2nd year
3rd year
Year
2012, 2016, 2020
2013, 2017, 2021
2014, 2018, 2022
2011, 2015, 2019
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supporting
Checking and correcting the current reference (0) position thisModes
function: [CHR]
Checking and correcting the current reference (0) position
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
2. Rotate the crown to align the mode
hand to CHR (chronograph) mode.
3. Pull the crown out to position 2 .
If the time, date or chronograph hands do not indicate properly, the correct
reference (0) positions may not be set.
● What is the reference
(0) position?
The base position for all
the hands to indicate the
time and date (refer to
the figure on the right).
If the time and date
indications are off from
the correct reference (0)
position, the watch will
not indicate the time
and date correctly.
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24 hour
hand:
0 o'clock
position
Hour/minute/second hands:
Position of 0 hour, 0
minute, 0 second
Function hand:
30 minute position
of chronograph
0
1
2
Mode
hand
All hands and the date indicator move to indicate
the current reference (0) position set in memory.
• No operations are available while the
hands and date indicator are moving.
Reference
(0) position
Correct
Day:
Middle between
31st and 1st
Incorrect
Next operation
Return the crown to position
0 to exit the check.
(You do not need to correct
the reference position.)
Correct the reference
positions. (Proceed to the
step 4 on the next page.)
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Checking and correcting the current reference (0) position
4. Press and release the lower right button (A).
Hour hand
The function hand (2:00 position) moves slightly.
Minute hand 5. R
otate the crown to align the date indicator
to the middle between 31st and 1st.
Function hand
0
1
2
Button (A)
The function hand (2:00 position) and the
date indicator move synchronously.
6. R
otate the crown to align the
function hand to the 30 minute
position of the chronograph.
• The function hand and the date indicator
move synchronously. After adjusting the
function hand, confirm that the date indicator
comes to the middle between 31st and 1st.
• You may activate the rapid advance feature
by quickly rotating the crown several "clicks".
To stop the rapid advance feature, rotate the
crown one click in either direction.
7. Press and release the lower right button (A).
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The hour and minute hands move slightly.
Checking and correcting the current reference (0) position
24 hour hand
Hour/minute/
second hands
Function hand
0 1 2
Button (A)
8. Rotate the crown to align the
hour and minute hands to 0
hour, 0-minute and the 24hour hand to '24' (straight up).
• You may activate the rapid advance
feature by quickly rotating the crown
several "clicks". To stop the rapid
advance feature, rotate the crown one
click in either direction.
9. Press and release the lower right button (A).
The second hands moves slightly.
10.Rotate the crown to align the second hand to 0 second.
• You may activate the rapid advance feature by quickly rotating the crown several
"clicks". To stop the rapid advance feature, rotate the crown one click in either direction.
11.Return the crown to position 0 to complete the (0) positioning.
• In the chronograph mode, radio signal cannot be received.
• After checking or correcting the reference positions, set the mode hand to a city or
A-TM to resume the time display mode.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
If you have a problem with your watch, check the table below.
● Problems with radio signal reception.
Symptoms
Remedies
Push the crown in to position 0 (closed
position next to the case).
Be sure the watch is in the city setting.
Avoid things likely to interfere with the
Reception is
radio signal and place the watch with the
unsuccessful in a 6:00 position facing toward the station.
receivable area. Do not move the watch until the reception
is finished.
When the second hand moves once every 2
seconds (low power state), the watch cannot
receive the radio signal. Fully charge the watch.
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Pages
−
16, 17
19, 23
19
39, 40
Remedies
The correct time
Check the city setting.
and date are not
Check and correct the current reference (0)
indicated after
successful reception. position.
Pages
16, 17
46 to 49
● The hands do not work properly.
Symptoms
Remedies
The second hand
indicates a low charge state. Fully charge
moves once every 2 This
your watch.
seconds.
Set the crown to position 0 in each time display mode.
All hands stop
Charge the watch under direct sunlight until the
moving
second hand starts moving in 1-second steps.
The hands start
turning rapidly as The watch is canceling the power save
you take the watch feature. Wait until the rapid movement stops.
out of the case.
Pages
39, 40
−
39
41
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
● The time and/or date is not correct.
Symptoms
Remedies
Check the city setting.
The time and/or
date is wrong.
Check and correct the current reference (0)
position.
Attempt manual radio signal updating.
Set the time and date manually.
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● Others
Pages
16, 17
46 to 49
24, 25
42 to 45
Daylight Saving
Time is incorrect.
Select ON manually or receive the radio
signal.
The time is wrong
even though the
city is chosen and
the signal reception
was successful.
Check the indicated time (Daylight Saving Time
or standard time) and change it if necessary.
28 to 31
Check and correct the current reference (0)
position.
46 to 49
Symptoms
The watch does
not function,
even after fully
charging and
setting.
Remedies
Pages
Charge the watch by exposing it to direct
sunlight for five to six hours. If, after
fully charging and setting your watch, it
continues to malfunction, contact your
nearest Authorized Citizen Service Center
listed in your warranty booklet.
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24, 25, 30, 31
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Resetting the watch to the default settings
Resetting the watch to the default settings
Modes supporting this function:
[CHR]
If the watch operation is unstable due to strong impact or static electricity, or
other malfunction occurs, you will need to set the watch to default settings.
• Resetting the watch causes all customized settings and data to be cleared.
• Be sure to charge the watch fully before resetting it. →page 39
• If you reset the watch while the charge level is insufficient, the watch remains
stopped. In this case, charge the watch and then perform the subsequent
operations. → page 39
• After resetting, make sure to check and correct the reference positions.
→ pages 46 to 49
Once reset, the watch settings are changed as follows.
• Date
: January 1st (leap year)
• Time
: 0 hour, 0 minute, 0 second in London
• Daytime savings time: OFF (automatic changeover) for all city settings
Button (B)
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 .
2. Rotate the crown to align the mode hand to [CHR].
The second hand moves to the 0 second position and
the hour and minute hands move slightly. The settings
are reset to the defaults.
0
1
2
Button (A)
3. Pull the crown out to position 2 .
4. Press the buttons (A) and (B)
simultaneously and release them.
The second hand moves to the 0 second position and the hour and
minute hands move slightly. The settings are reset to the defaults.
After resetting, always perform the following operations.
1. Correct the reference (0) positions. →pages 46 to 49
2. Select a city. →pages 16 and 17
3. Correct the time and date.
• Correct by manually receiving radio signal → pages 24 and 25
* In the alternate time (A-TM) mode, radio signal cannot be received.
• Manually correct → pages 42 to 45
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Solar-powered watch handling precautions
<Always be Sure to Expose Your Watch to Light Regularly>
•Your watch enjoys regular exposure to light. Wearing in situations that prevent light exposure such
as long shirt or coat sleeves will prevent your watch from receiving light sufficient for charging. In
these instances, supplemental charging may be needed.
•When you take your watch off, try and place it in a bright location. This will ensure your watch
receives light for charging and will continue to operate properly. Storing your watch in dark places
for extended periods of time may cause the stored energy to become depleted and your watch to
stop.
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Solar-powered watch handling precautions
CAUTION
Recharging Precautions
•Do not charge your watch at high temperatures (60°C/140°F) as
this may cause damage to sensitive components and the watch to
malfunction.
Examples:
•Charging the watch too close to a light source which generates
a large amount of heat such as an incandescent lamp or
halogen lamp.
*When charging your watch under an incandescent lamp,
be sure to leave 50 cm (19-11/16 inches) distance between
the lamp and the watch to avoid excessive heat. Never use a
halogen lamp for recharging as these generate excessive heat.
•Charging the watch in a location where the temperature may become extremely high such as on
the dashboard of a vehicle.
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Solar-powered watch handling precautions
<Replacement of Rechargeable Cell>
•Your watch features a cell that does not need regular replacement.
However, after an extended period of time, power consumption may increase due to deterioration
of lubrication in the movement. This may result in shorter than expected run time. Be sure to have
your watch regularly inspected by an Authorized Service Center.
Note: Regular maintenance is not covered under the terms of the warranty.
WARNING
Handling of Rechargeable Cell
•The rechargeable cell should never be removed from the watch.
If for any reason it becomes necessary to remove the rechargeable cell from the watch, keep out of
the reach of children to prevent accidental swallowing.
If the rechargeable cell is accidentally swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
•Do not dispose of the rechargeable cell with ordinary garbage. Please follow the instructions of
your municipality regarding collection of batteries to prevent the risk of fire or environmental
contamination.
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Solar-powered watch handling precautions
WARNING
Use Only the Specified Rechargeable Cell
•Never install a conventional battery in your watch. Only use the specified rechargeable cell.
Your watch is designed to operate only with the original type of rechargeable cell. It is not designed
to run or be used with a conventional type of battery. Installing such a battery may result in
overcharging which may cause the battery to burst. This can cause damage to the watch and injury
to the wearer.
If for any reason the rechargeable cell needs replacement, be sure to use only the original type
rechargeable cell. We recommend contacting your nearest Authorized Service Center for this
service.
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Water resistance
WARNING
Water resistance
Water Resistance
•Refer to the watch dial and the case back for the indication of the water resistance of your watch.
The following chart provides examples of use for reference to ensure that your watch is used
properly.
(The unit “1bar” is roughly equal to 1 atmosphere.)
•WATER RESIST(ANT) ××bar may also be indicated as W.R.××bar.
Name
Non-water resistant
Everyday-use water resistant
watch
Upgraded everyday use waterresistant watch
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Indication
Dial or Case back
WATER RESIST(ANT)
WATER RESIST(ANT)
5 bar
WATER RESIST(ANT)
10/20 bar
Specification
Non-water resistant
Water-resistant to 3
atmospheres
Water-resistant to 5
atmospheres
Water-resistant to 10 or 20
atmospheres
Water-related use
Operate the crown
Minor exposure
or button when the
to water (washing
Swimming and
Skin diving,
Scuba diving
watch is wet
face, rain, etc.)
general washing work marine sports using an air tank
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
OK
NO
NO
NO
NO
OK
OK
NO
NO
NO
OK
OK
OK
NO
NO
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Water resistance
•Non-water resistant watches cannot be used underwater or in environments in contact with water.
•Water-resistance for daily use (to 3 atmospheres) means that the watch may be worn while washing
your face or in the rain, but is not to be immersed in water.
•Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 5 atmospheres) means that the watch may be worn
while swimming, but is not to worn while skin diving.
•Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 10/20 atmospheres) means that the watch may be worn
while skin diving, but not while scuba or saturated diving using helium gas.
•For a metallic, plastic or rubber watchband, wash any dirt off with water. Remove the small
amounts of dirt trapped between the crevices of the metallic band with a soft brush. If your watch
is not water resistant, be sure not to get the case of the watch wet.
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Precautions and usage limitations
CAUTION
To Avoid Injury
•Be particularly careful when wearing your watch while holding a small child, to avoid injury.
•Be particularly careful when engaged in strenuous exercise or work, to avoid injury to yourself and
others.
•DO NOT wear your watch while in a sauna, jacuzzi or other location where it may become
excessively hot. This may result in burns to the wearer and/or malfunction of your watch.
•Be careful when putting on or taking off your watch since there is a risk of pinching your skin or
damaging your fingernails depending on the manner in which the band is fastened.
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Precautions and usage limitations
CAUTION
Precautions
•Always wear your watch with the crown pushed in to the normal position. If your crown is a screw
down type, be sure it is properly screwed down (locked) to the case.
•Do not operate the crown or any buttons when the watch is wet. This may allow the entrance of
moisture and cause damage to sensitive components.
•If water enters the watch or the watch fogs up and does not clear up even after a long time, consult
Authorized Service Center for inspection and/or repair.
•If a watch of upgraded water resistance for daily use is immersed in sea water or subjected to
excessive perspiration, thoroughly rinse with fresh water and wipe completely dry with a soft cloth.
•If seawater enters the watch, place the watch in a box or plastic bag and immediately take it in for repair.
Otherwise, pressure inside the watch will increase, and parts (crystal, crown, buttons, etc.) may come off.
CAUTION
<Band>
When Wearing Your Watch
•The durability of a leather, cloth, or natural skin strap may be affected by moisture and
perspiration. Moreover, wet leather may cause a rash. Be sure to keep your strap dry and clean.
•It is recommended to take off the watch if it gets wet, even if the watch itself is water-resistant.
•Do not wear your watch too tightly. Try to leave enough space between the watch and your skin to
allow adequate ventilation.
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Precautions and usage limitations
•A rubber type strap may become stained by dyes or soils found in clothing and other accessories.
Since these stains may become permanent, take caution when wearing your watch with items that
may transfer color (articles of clothing, purses, dyed bracelets, etc.).
•Solvents, moisture and perspiration may cause the strap to deteriorate. Be sure to replace a strap
that has become dried, brittle, or cracked to prevent loss due to strap failure.
<Temperature>
•The watch may stop or the function of the watch may be impaired in extremely high or low
temperature. Do not use the watch in places where the temperature is outside the operating
temperature range as stated in the specifications.
<Static Electricity>
•The integrated circuits (IC) used in quartz watches are sensitive to static electricity. Please note that
the watch may malfunction if exposed to intense static electricity.
<Magnetism>
•Analog type quartz watches are powered by a motor that utilizes a small magnet. The operation
of this motor can be disturbed if the watch is subjected to magnetic items resulting in the
malfunction of the watch. Do not allow the watch to come into close proximity to magnetic items
such as “health” bracelets or necklaces, coin trays, latches found in cabinets and refrigerators,
certain clasps of handbags and cell phone pouches, cell phone speakers, certain sporting
accessories, MRI equipment, etc.
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Precautions and usage limitations
<Strong Shock>
•Avoid dropping the watch or subjecting it to other strong impact. It may cause malfunctions and/
or performance deterioration as well as damage to the case and bracelet.
<Chemicals, Corrosive Gasses and Mercury>
•If paint thinner, benzene or other solvents or products containing these solvents (including
gasoline, nail-polish remover, cresol, bathroom cleaners and adhesives, water repellent, etc.)
are allowed to come in contact with the watch, they may cause discoloration, deterioration and
damage materials of the watch. Be careful when handling these chemicals. Contact with mercury
such as that used in thermometers may also cause discoloration of the band and case.
CAUTION
•The case and band of the watch come in to direct contact with the skin. This may result in
unnoticed accumulations of dirt and foreign matter caused by normal wear. Accumulated matter
may cause rust, discoloration, and premature wear. Be sure to regularly clean your watch with
a soft cloth. If severe accumulations occur, you may need to have your case and/or bracelet
professionally cleaned.
•In some instances, accumulations of dirt and foreign matter may cause skin reactions. This may
also occur due to certain allergies beyond our control. If this occurs, immediately discontinue use
of your watch and consult your physician.
•Leather, cloth, and other natural skin straps may become discolored or brittle from moisture,
perspiration and/or accumulated dirt. To maximize the life of your strap, be sure to keep your
leather band clean and dry by wiping it with a soft cloth each day.
Always Keep Your Watch Clean
•Rotate the crown while it is pressed in fully and press the buttons periodically so they do not
become stuck due to accumulations of foreign matter.
Note: Do not operate the crown or any buttons when the watch is wet.
•The case and band of the watch come into direct contact with the skin in the same manner as
undergarments. Corrosion of the metal or unnoticed soiling such as that caused by perspiration
and dirt can soil sleeves and other portions of clothing. Keep your watch clean at all times.
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Precautions and usage limitations
CAUTION
Caring for Your Watch
•Wipe any dirt or moisture such as perspiration from the case and crystal with a soft cloth.
•If you will not be using your watch for an extended period of time, carefully wipe off any
perspiration, dirt or moisture and store in a proper location, avoiding locations subject to
excessively high or low temperatures and high humidity.
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Maintenance
Daily maintenance
• Rotate the crown while it is pressed in fully and press the buttons periodically so they do not
become stuck due to accumulations of foreign matter.
• Wipe off dirt, perspiration, and water from the case and glass with a clean soft cloth occasionally.
• To clean a metal, plastic, or rubber watchband, wash away dirt with water. Use a soft brush to
remove dust and dirt stuck in the gaps in a metal band.
• Do not use a polishing type of cloth as this may damage the surface and certain treatments.
• Do not use solvents (thinner, benzine, etc.), as they may damage the finish.
Periodical inspections
Your watch needs an inspection once every two or three years for safety and longer usage. To keep
your watch water-resistant, the gaskets and other components need to be replaced regularly. Other
parts need to be inspected and replaced if necessary.
Always ask for genuine Citizen parts upon replacement.
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Information
The radio signal
The radio signal is broadcast almost continuously 24-hours a day, but may occasionally be
interrupted due to maintenance. The broadcasting conditions of the radio signal can be checked on
the station web site.
The radio signal has no effect on the human body or medical equipment.
Luminous Feature
Your watch may feature luminous treatment to the dial and hands to aid you in reading the watch
in dimly lit environments. This luminous treatment stores light from both natural and artificial
sources. It is free from any radioactive substance or any other material that may be harmful to the
environment or human body.
• The light emission of the luminous material gradually decreases as time passes.
• The duration and amount of light emitted will vary depending on the brightness, type of and
distance from the light source, exposure time and amount/size of luminous treatment.
• When not exposed to a light source, light emission from the luminous treatment will start off
bright and gradually diminish over a period of hours. The duration of visible light emission will
vary with type of and duration of light exposure as well as size of luminous features of your watch.
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Specifications
Model
Timekeeping
accuracy
(without the
radio signal
reception)
Operating
temperature
range
Display
functions
Continuous
operation
times
Battery
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E650
Specifications
Type
Analog solar-powered watch
Within ±15 seconds per month when worn at normal operation
temperatures (between +5˚C/41˚F and +35˚C/95˚F)
−10˚C/14˚F to +60˚C/140˚F
• Time: Hours, minutes, seconds, 24-hour time
• Calendar: date, day of the week
• Charge level: 4 grades
• Fully charged to fully discharged:
Approx. 1.5 year (from full charge with power save feature engaged)
Approx. 10 months (Normal use condition: power save feature
operates for 7.5 hours per day)
• From insufficient charge warning display until stop: Approx. 3 days
Rechargeable cell, 1pc.
Additional
functions
• Solar power function
• Power reserve indication
• Overcharging prevention function
• Insufficient charge warning function (2-second interval movement)
• Energy saving function (power save feature)
• Receiving radio signal (automatic, on demand, automatic
recovery)
• Confirming reception status (RX)
• Indicating the reception level (H, M, L)
• Indicating the result of the last reception (H, M, L, NO)
• City setting (five cities)
• Alternate time function (time difference correction: 15 minute
steps)
• Daylight savings time setting function (ON or OFF)
• Chronograph function (60 minute timing, 1 second steps)
• Alarm function (24 hour clock alarm)
• Reference position check and correction function
• Perpetual calendar (until February 28th, 2100)
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