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CONTENTS
1. Features ............................................................................................ 5
2. Names of Components and Major Functions ................................ 6
11. Using the Destination Timer ......................................................... 31
12. Using Zone Setting ........................................................................ 37
3. Switching the Mode (Display Functions) ..................................... 10
4. Checking 0-Position of Each Hand .............................................. 12
13. Low Battery Warning Function ..................................................... 43
14. EL Internal Illumination ................................................................. 44
5. Accessing Times or Dates of Major Cities .................................. 16
6. Switching Analog Time and Digital Time ..................................... 18
15. All-Reset ......................................................................................... 45
16. Using the Register Ring ................................................................ 48
7. Setting the Time ............................................................................. 20
8. Setting the Date .............................................................................. 23
17. Precautions .................................................................................... 52
18. Specifications ................................................................................. 58
9. Using the Alarm Mode ................................................................... 26
10. Using the Chronograph ................................................................. 29
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1. Features
This watch is a combination watch equipped with numerous functions,
including time, calendar, alarm and chronograph functions, a destination timer
that is able to measure the amount of time remaining until a destination is
reached, and a zone setting function that enables easy access to the times and
dates in 30 cities, including UTC. In addition, it is also provided with EL internal
illumination that allows the time to be read even in dark locations.
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2. Names of Components and Major Functions
Name/Mode
Time
Calendar
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Chronograph
Destination Timer
Zone setting
1Mode hand
TME
CAL
AL-1
AL-2
AL-3
CHR
DST
SET
2Hour hand
Always indicates “hours”
Always indicates “hours”
3Minute hand
Always indicates “minutes”
Always indicates “minutes”
4Second hand
Always indicates “second“
Always indicates “second“
524 hour hand
Always indicates “24-hour time” in conjunction with hours and minutes
Always indicates “24-hour time” in conjunction with hours and minutes
6UTC hour hand
Always indicates “UTC hours”
Always indicates “UTC hours”
7UTC minute hand
Always indicates “UTC minutes”
Always indicates “UTC minutes”
8Digital display 1
9Digital display 2
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Hours, minutes, seconds, Month, date, day, SMT
Hours, minutes, A/P,
A/P, SMT (when set to
(when set to daylight
alarm (ON/OF)
daylight savings time)
savings time)
City name
Hours, minutes, A/P,
alarm (ON/OF)
City name
Measured time
(seconds, minutes,
1/100 seconds)
Remaining time
display (Hours,
minutes, seconds)
Measured time (hours) City name
City name (SET/OFF)
SMT (ON/OF)
City name
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Name
Crown
Time
/Mode position
Normal
position
Calendar
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Time correction
Normal
position
Changing the city
Destination Timer
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------
2nd click
Chronograph
Zone setting
Mode switching
Mode switching
0Crown 1st click
Date
correction
Alarm time correction
Changing the city
Alarm time correction
0-position setting
Destination timer
correction
Changing the city
Start/stop
Switching indication
(remaining time/setting time)
City name, time
difference setting
Changing the city
2nd click
Switching location to be corrected
Switching location to be corrected
Switching city name
(SET/OFF)
Switching the location of Switching location to be
correction
corrected
Normal
position
Changing the city
Changing the city
Switching indication
(setting time/setting date)
Button (A) 1st click
Button (B)
Alarm 1
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1st click
------
Switching alarm (ON/OF)
Switching alarm (ON/OF)
Switching alarm (ON/OF)
Switching alarm (ON/OF)
Split, reset
------
Changing the city
Switching SMT (ON/OF)
2nd click
Switching SMT (ON/OF)
Switching between “seconds”
correction and “24 hour time”
Normal
position
EL illumination
EL illumination EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
Button (C) 1st click
EL illumination
EL illumination EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
EL illumination
2nd click
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EL illumination
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Switching between
RUN/STP
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3. Switching the Mode (Display Functions)
The mode can be switched by turning the crown. Check the current mode with
the mode hand.
<Switching the Mode>
TME
Time
CAL
Calendar
AL-1
Alarm 1
AL-2
Alarm 2
SET
Zone Setting
DST
Destination timer
CHR
Chronograph
AL-3
Alarm 3
Mode hand
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4. Checking 0-Position of Each Hand
Before using this watch, check that the 0-position (base position of each hand) is
set correctly to ensure that the functions of the watch operate properly by
performing the following procedure.
<0-Position Check>
1. Turn the crown while in the normal position
to set the mode hand to the chronograph
[CHR] mode.
2. Pull the crown out to the second click.
• The second hand, minute hand, hour
hand, 24 hour hand, UTC hour hand and
UTC minute hand rapidly advance to the
0-position (12:00 position).
Note:
• When each hand is not at the 0-position, perform the "0-position correction"
procedure. If this 0-position is out of alignment, each hand will not indicate the
correct position.
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<0-Position Correction (Setting to the Watch Base Position)>
When setting the 0-position of each hand, always make sure to turn the crown
forward (clockwise) to set each hand to its 0-position in the clockwise direction.
1. Turn the crown while in the normal position to set the mode hand to the
chronograph [CHR] mode.
2. Pull the crown out to the second click (0-position correction position).
• The second hand, minute hand, hour hand, 24 hour hand, UTC hour hand
and UTC minute hand rapidly advance to the position stored in memory.
• "HR" lights during digital display 2 indicating that the watch is in the
correction state.
3. Turning the crown forward (clockwise) allows correction to be made in the
positive direction. Turning the crown continuously allows the 0-position to be
corrected continuously.
4. Pressing button (A) switches the correction location between "MIN" (minute
hand) and "SEC" (second hand) each time it is pressed.
5. Turn the crown forward (clockwise) to align each hand at the 0-position at
each correction location. Although correction can be made in the negative
direction by turning the crown backward (counter-clockwise), always make
sure to set the 0-position by turning the crown forward to ensure that the 0position is set correctly.
• The 24 hour hand is corrected in conjunction with the hour hand.
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• The UTC hour and minute hands are corrected in conjunction with the
minute hand.
• The second hand can only be corrected in the forward (clockwise) direction
only.
6. After correcting, return the crown to the normal position.
• After correcting the 0-position of each hand, reset the time, calendar and
other modes before using the watch.
Crowned
pulled out to
second click
Hour hand/24 hour hand
Note:
• None of the buttons on the watch operate during movement of each hand.
Operate the buttons only after the hands have stopped moving.
(A)
Crown
returned to
normal
position
<Normal Chronograph
Display>
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<0-position (Base Position)
Correction State>
Minute hand/UTC hour hand,
UTC minute hand
(A)
Second hand
(A)
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5. Accessing Times or Dates of Major Cities
<Cities and UTC Time Differences Pre-registered in this Watch>
Display City name
on watch
Scrolling DOWN
The time or date of major cities pre-registered in this watch can be easily
accessed by pressing the buttons.
<Access Procedure>
1. Turn the crown to set the mode hand to the time [TME] or [CAL] calendar
mode.
2. When button (A) is pressed, the times or dates of major cities are displayed
while scrolling up each time it is pressed.
3. When button (B) is pressed, the times or dates of major cities are displayed
while scrolling down each time it is pressed.
• Pressing button (A) or (B) continuously causes the display to advance
rapidly.
Scrolling UP
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Time
difference
Daylight
savings
time
UTC
Universal time constant
±0
LON
London
±0
PAR
Paris
+1
ROM
Rome
+1
CAI
Cairo
+2
IST
Istanbul
+2
MOW
Moscow
+3
--K
K
K
K
K
K
KWI
Kuwait
+3
M
DXB
Dubai
+4
Display City name
on watch
Time
difference
Daylight
savings
time
TYO
Tokyo
+9
M
SYD
Sydney
+10
K
NOU
Noumea
+11
M
AKL
Auckland
+12
K
HNL
Honolulu
-10
M
ANC
Anchorage
-9
LAX
Los Angeles
-8
DEN
Denver
-7
M
CHI
Chicago
-6
K
K
K
K
KHI
Karachi
+5
M
MEX
Mexico City
-6
M
DAC
Dacca
+6
M
NYC
New York
-5
BKK
Bangkok
+7
M
YUL
Montreal
-5
K
K
SIN
Singapore
+8
M
CCS
Caracas
-4
M
HKG
Hong Kong
+8
M
RIO
Rio de Janeiro
-3
K
PEK
Beijing
+8
M
BUE
Buenos Aires
-3
M
* Cities (regions) in which daylight savings time is used are indicated with a K, while those in which it
is not are indicated with an M.
* The time difference and use of daylight savings time of each city are subject to change by the
particular country.
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6. Switching Analog Time and Digital Time
This watch is able to switch between analog time display and digital time
display.
<Switching Procedure>
1. Turn the crown to set the mode hand to the time [TME] mode.
2. Press buttons (A) and (B) simultaneously.
3. After a confirmation tone sounds, the watch switches the time of the city
displayed by analog display and the time of the city displayed by digital
display.
• If buttons (A) and (B) are simultaneously pressed when in the calendar [CAL]
mode, the watch switches the date of the city displayed by analog display
and the date of the city displayed by digital display (the times are switched at
this time as well).
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Pressing buttons (A)
and (B) simultaneously
Analog time: 10:10 AM (Tokyo: TYO)
Digital time: 8:10 PM (New York: NYC)
Analog time: 8:10 PM (New York: NYC)
Digital time: 10:10 AM (Tokyo: TYO)
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7. Setting the Time (Time is corrected by digital display)
• When digital time is corrected, the second, minute, hour, 24 hour and UTC hour and
minute hands of the analog time are corrected automatically in conjunction with digital
time.
1. Turn the crown and set the mode hand to the time [TME] mode.
2. Press either button (A) or button (B) to access the city to be corrected.
3. When the crown is pulled out to the second click (time setting position), the watch
enters the time correction state.
4. When button (A) is pressed, the location to be corrected changes each time it is
pressed. Select the location to be corrected. (The location that is flashing is the
location that can be corrected.)
• When button (B) is pressed in the [SMT] daylight savings time correction state,
daylight savings time can be set (ON) or canceled (OF).
• "Seconds" return to zero when button (B) is pressed in the "seconds" correction state.
• When the crown is turned forward (clockwise) in the "hour" or "minute" correction
states, correction is made in the positive direction. Turning the crown continuously
allows "hours" or "minutes" to be corrected continuously. Although correction can be
made in the negative direction when the crown is turned backward (counterclockwise), always make sure to turn the crown forward to ensure that the time is set
correctly.
Continuously turning the crown, allows for continuous correction. When stopping it,
rotate the crown either to the left or to the right.
• Switching "12H/24H time" is performed by pressing button (B).
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5. After corrections have been completed, return the crown to the normal position.
Crown
pulled out to
second click
<Time Correction State>
Switching daylight
savings time
(A)
Seconds
Mode hand
Crown
returned to
normal
position
<Normal Time Display>
(A)
Minutes
(A)
Hours
(A)
Switching 12H/24H time
(A)
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Notes:
1. Daylight savings time can be set for each city.
2. When the time is set for any one city, the times of other cities, including UTC
time, are corrected automatically.
3. When changing the time, the crown and buttons do not respond even if
operated. Ensure that the required procedures have been performed
correctly by first checking that the time has changed.
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8. Setting the Date (Date is corrected by digital
display)
1. Turn the crown and set the mode hand to the calendar [CAL] mode.
2. Press either button (A) or button (B) to access the city to be corrected.
3. When the crown is pulled out to the second click, the watch enters the date
correction state.
4. When button (A) is pressed, the location to be corrected changes each time it
is pressed. Select the location to be corrected so that it is flashing.
• When the crown is turned forward (clockwise), correction is made in the
positive direction. When the crown is turned backward (counter-clockwise),
correction is made in the negative direction. Turning the crown continuously
allows corrections to be made rapidly. When stopping it, rotate the crown
either to the left or to the right.
5. After corrections have been completed, return the crown to the normal
position.
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Notes:
1. When the date is set for any one city, the dates of other cities, including UTC
time, are corrected automatically.
2. The year can be set from 2000 to 2099.
3. The day is corrected automatically when the year, month and date are set.
4. Since this watch is equipped with an auto-calendar function, it is not
necessary to correct the date at the end of the month.
5. When the date has been set to a non-existent date, the watch automatically
displays the 1st day of the following month when the watch is returned to the
normal display.
<Date correction state>
Crown
pulled out to
second click
Month
(A)
Date
Crown
returned to
normal
<Normal Date Display> position
(A)
Year
(A)
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<Setting the Alarm Time>
9. Using the Alarm Mode
The alarm setting procedure and other procedures for alarm use are the same
for Alarm 1, 2 and 3. Only the tone that sounds is different.
The alarm sounds for 15 seconds when the set time is reached once a day.
When the alarm is sounding, it can be turned off by pressing any of buttons (A),
(B) or (C).
Crown
<Alarm Correction State>
pulled out
to second
click
Crown
pulled out
to first click
Alarm ON/OF
Switching
alarm ON
and OF
<Normal Alarm
Display>
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Crown
returned
to normal
position
(A)
Crown
pushed in
to first click
Hours
(A)
Minutes
1. Turn the crown and set the mode hand to either the Alarm 1, 2 or 3 [AL-1, 2 or
3] mode.
2. Press either button (A) or button (B) to access the city to be corrected.
3. When the crown is pulled out to the second click, the watch enters the alarm
correction state.
4. When button (A) is pressed, the location to be corrected changes each time it
is pressed. Select the location to be corrected so that it flashes.
• The alarm can be set (ON) or canceled (OF) by pressing button (B) when the
watch is in the alarm ON/OF correction state.
• When the crown is turned forward (clockwise) in the "hours" or "minutes"
correction state, correction is made in the positive direction. When the
crown is turned backward (counter-clockwise), correction is made in the
negative direction.
• Turning the crown continuously allows corrections to be made rapidly.
When stopping it, rotate the crown either to the left or to the right.
5. After corrections have been completed, return the crown to the normal
position.
(A)
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Note:
1. When the time mode is set to the 12 hour time display, the alarm time also
uses a 12-hour time display. Pay attention to AM and PM when setting the
alarm time.
<Switching Alarm ON and OF>
The alarm can be switched ON and OF by pulling out the crown to the first click
even when not in the alarm correction state.
1. Pull out the crown to the first click in the alarm mode to allow the alarm to be
switched ON and OF.
2. Pressing button (B) switches the alarm ON and OF each time it is pressed.
3. Return the crown to the normal position after the alarm has been set to ON or
OF.
<Alarm Monitor>
1. Pressing buttons (A) and (B) simultaneously during the normal alarm display
causes the alarm to sound for as long as they are pressed.
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10. Using the Chronograph
The chronograph is able to measure and display time up to a maximum of 23
hours, 59 minutes, 59.99 seconds in 1/100th second units. After 24 hours have
elapsed, the chronograph automatically returns to the chronograph reset display
(00'00"00) and stops.
<Normal Chronograph Display>
<Chronograph Measurement>
1. Turn the crown to set the mode hand to the
chronograph [CHR] mode.
2. Pressing button (A) repeatedly starts and
stops the chronograph each time it is pressed.
3. Split time is displayed for 10 seconds when
button (B) is pressed during chronograph
measurement.
• The "SPL" mark flashes during split time
display.
4. Pressing button (B) while the chronograph is
stopped returns the chronograph to the
chronograph reset display.
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(B)
(A)
(A)
Chronograph reset
Measurement
*1
Stops
(A)
(B)
11. Using the Destination Timer
The destination timer calculates and displays the amount of time remaining until
a destination is reached after setting the name of the destination city, time of
arrival and date of arrival.
When the remaining time reaches 0 seconds, a tone sounds indicating that the
time is up. After the time is up, the timer changes to a display of elapsed time.
*2
<Initial Setting State>
Split time
(A)
*1
(B)
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*1: Returns automatically after timing for 24 hours
*2: Returns automatically after 10 seconds
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<Setting Procedure>
1. Turn the crown to align the mode hand to the destination timer [DST] mode.
2. When the crown is pulled out to the 2nd click, the destination timer can be
switched between "RUN (operating)" and "STP (not operating)".
3. Pressing button (B) switches the destination timer between RUN and STP
each time it is pressed.
4. Pressing button (A) changes the location that can be corrected each time it is
pressed. Press button (A) until the location to be corrected flashes.
5. Turn the crown and set the name of the destination city, time, date and so
forth.
• Turning the crown continuously causes the display to advance continuously.
Turn the crown to the right or left to stop the display from advancing.
6. When the crown is returned to the normal position, and the destination timer
has been set to RUN, measurement begins automatically and the city name
and amount of time remaining until arrival are displayed.
When the destination timer is set to "STP", "---" is displayed on digital displays
1 and 2.
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Note:
1. Only those cities for which "SET" is selected with the zone setting function are
displayed for the city name.
2. In the case daylight savings time has been set with the time or zone setting
function, the remaining time is displayed after adding in daylight savings time.
<Interpretation of Arrival Time and Arrival Date>
1. When button (A) is pressed in the destination timer mode, the set arrival time
is displayed on digital display 1.
2. When button (B) is pressed while arrival time is displayed, the set month, day
and year (last two digits) are displayed.
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<Setting Range and Display Range>
Setting range: From 12:00 AM on January 1, 2000 to 11:59 PM on December
31, 2099
City names that can be set: Those cities that have been set to "ON" with the
zone setting function
Display range:
When displaying remaining time:
• Remaining time is displayed from 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds to
0 hours, 00 minutes and 00 seconds. "ER" is displayed when the
remaining time exceeds 100 hours.
When displaying elapsed time:
• Elapsed time is displayed from 0 hours, 00 minutes and 00 seconds to 99
hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds. The display changes to "ER" when the
elapsed time exceeds 100 hours.
Note:
1. Time is continued to be measured inside the watch even when "ER" is
displayed.
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<Changing Destination City Name, Arrival Time and Arrival Date>
1. When the city name, arrival time and arrival date are changed once they
have been set, the remaining time is recalculated and displayed based on
the new city name, arrival time and arrival date.
Note:
1. If the city name set with the destination timer is set to "OFF" with the zone
setting function and the watch is again returned to the destination timer,
"ER" is displayed and the next city name (in the UP direction) is displayed
for the city name.
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12. Using Zone Setting
[Destination Timer]
B
A
Display of
remaining time
Display of arrival
time
The zone setting function enables only those cities for which "SET" has been
selected to be easily accessed (displayed) in each mode. Daylight savings time
can be also be set for each city. In addition, the user is also able to arbitrarily
register one city and time difference.
Display of arrival
date
*1
*1
Crown in normal
position
A
Crown at 2nd click
[Destination Timer Correction State]
DST RUN/STP
Switching
A
Setting of
destination city
A
Setting of
arrival minutes
A
Setting of
arrival hours
A
A
Setting of
arrival year
A
Setting of
arrival month
A
Setting of
arrival day
*1: Returns automatically after 10 seconds
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<Using Zone Setting>
<Registration of Arbitrary City and Time Difference>
1. Turn the crown while in the normal position and set the mode hand to the
mode setting [SET] mode.
2. The city can be changed by pulling out the crown to the first click (for
changing cities between SET and OFF and for setting the location for
switching to daylight savings time).
3. Turn the crown to access the city to be set.
• Turning the crown continuously causes the cities to advance rapidly.
4. Press button (A) to set the city and press button (B) to set daylight savings
time.
5. After setting, return the crown to the normal position.
<Confirming Set Cities>
1. When button (A) or button (B) is pressed when the watch is in the zone
setting [SET] mode (with the crown in the normal position), the city name and
SET or OFF are displayed each time the button is pressed.
• Only those cities for which SET is displayed can be accessed from each
mode.
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1. Turn the crown while in the normal position and set the mode hand to the
zone setting [SET] mode.
2. When the crown is pulled out to the second click, the watch enters the
correction state for the third letter of the city name.
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3. Turning the crown displays those characters that are used for city names.
• Turning the crown continuously causes the characters to advance rapidly.
4. The correction location changes each time button (A) is pressed.
5. When button (A) is pressed during the correction state of the first character of
the city name, the watch enters the correction state for the time difference
from UTC.
6. Turn the crown to display the time difference.
7. After setting, return the crown to the normal position.
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<Characters and Symbols Used in City Names>
• Letters of the alphabet (A to Z)
• Numbers (0-9)
• Symbols (--: hyphens,
: blank spaces)
<Display Sequence>
When the crown is turned forward (clockwise), the display changes in the order
of letters (A-Z), numbers (0-9) and then symbols ( : blank spaces, --: hyphens).
When the crown is turned backward (counter-clockwise), the display sequence
is opposite that when turning the crown forward.
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<Order in which Registered Cities are Displayed>
13. Low Battery Warning Function
The location having the same time difference among the 30 cities pre-registered
in this watch is displayed first. However, a city is not displayed if the time
difference of a registered city has not been set.
When battery capacity becomes low, the second hand begins to move two
graduations (two seconds) at a time to inform the wearer that the battery has
nearly reached the end of its life. Replace the battery promptly when this
happens.
<Canceling Registered Cities>
1. Turn the crown to set the mode hand to the zone setting [SET] mode.
2. When the crown is pulled out to the second click (city setting position), the
watch enters the city name correction state.
3. Turn the crown to change the display of the registered city name to "-- -- -- ".
4. After canceling registration, return the crown to the normal position.
[Analog Display]
• When the low battery warning function is activated, the second hand begins
two-second interval movement regardless of the display (mode) of the
watch. However, the 24-hour hand, hour hand and minute hand continue to
keep the correct time.
[Digital Display]
<Digital Display in Each Mode>
• When the low battery warning function is activated, the watch enters the
normal time display regardless of the position of the crown (1st or 2nd click)
in any mode other than the calendar mode.
• When the watch is in the calendar mode, the watch enters the normal date
display regardless of the position of the crown.
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Notes:
• The crown can only be operated to change the mode (crown 0 click
position).
• The buttons can only be used to change the city name (UP/DOWN).
• The EL light is not illuminated even if the button is pressed.
• The alarm tone does not sound even if the alarm is set.
• The chronograph stops measuring time even if measurement is in progress
and is reset.
• Although the destination timer tone does not sound even if measurement is
completed, measurement continues.
15. All-Reset
When this watch indicates an abnormal display or does not function properly (no
display, alarm continues to sound, etc.) as a result of being subjected to the
effects of static electricity or strong impact and so forth, perform the all-reset
procedure described below.
14. EL Internal Illumination
EL, which is the abbreviation for electroluminescence, is a phenomenon in
which light is emitted following the application of a voltage. This watch employs
a method whereby light is emitted by incorporating an EL substance in the
panel. EL illumination is turned on by pressing button (C).
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<All-Reset Procedure>
1. Turn the crown to set the mode hand to the chronograph [CHR] mode.
2. Pull out the crown to the second click.
• The second hand, minute hand, hour hand, 24 hour hand, UTC hour hand
and UTC minute hand rapidly advance to the 0 position stored in memory.
3. Press buttons (A), (B) and (C) simultaneously and then release.
• All segments of the digital display are shown when either of the buttons is
released.
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4. This fully lit display is canceled when the crown is returned to the normal
position.
• After cancelling, a confirmation tone is sounded after which each of the
hands perform a demonstration movement in the order of the second hand,
minute hand, UTC minute hand, UTC hour hand, the hour hand, and the 24
hour hand to indicate that the all-reset procedure has been completed.
• After the demonstration movement, pull the crown out to the second click to
switch the setting to the watch base position setting state.
Always make sure to set the 0 position (base position) for the hour hand,
minute hand, second hand, 24-hour hand and UTC hour and minute hands
while referring to "4. Checking 0-Position of Each Hand <0-Position
Correction>".
Note:
• After setting the 0 position (base position) for each hand, correctly reset the
time, calendar and other modes before using the watch.
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16. Using the Register Ring
The bezel design may vary depending on the model.
[Calculation function]
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NA UT.
Speed index
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70
ST
AT
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8
8
0
0
80
10
10
A. Navlgational calculation
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Note the following points when using this
function. Use the calculation function of this
watch only as a guide.These scales do not
indicate the position of the decimal point.
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Outer scale
(distance scale)
Inner scale
(Time acale)
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1) Time required
Example: Obtain the time required fo the fight of an aircraft at 180 knots for 450 nautical
miles.
Answer. Align “18” on the outer scale with the SPEED INDEX (Y) on the inner scale.
Then, “45” on the outer scale corresponds to “2:30” on the inner scale (time
scale). Thus, the time required for the flight is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
2) Knots (air speed)
Example: Obtain the knots (air speed) for 240 nautical miles with a flight time of 1 hour
and 20 minutes.
Answer. Align “24” on the outer scale with “1:20” on the inner scale (time scale). Then,
the SPEED INDEX (Y) on the inner scale corresponds to “18” on the outer
scale. Thus, the air speed for the flight is 180 knots.
3) Flight diatance
Example: Obtain the air distance when the air speed is 210 knots and the flight time is 40
minutes.
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Answer. Align “21” on the outer scale with the SPEED INDEX (Y) on the inner scale.
then, “40” on the inner scale corresponds to “14” on the outer scale. Thus, the
air distance of the flight is 140 nautical miles.
4) Rate of fuel consumption
Example: Obtain the rate of fuel consumption (gallons / hour) when the flight time is 30
minutes and the fuel consumption is 120 gallons.
Answer. Align “12” on the outer scale with “30” on the inner scale. Then, the SPEED
INDEX (Y) on the inner scale corresponds to “24” on the outer scale. Thus, the
fuel consumption is 240 gallons per hour.
5) Fuel consumption
Example: Obtain the fuel consumption required for a flight when the vate of fuel
consumption is 250 gallons per hour and the flight time is 6 hours.
Answer. Align “25” on the outer scale with the SPEED INDEX (Y) on the inner scale.
Then, “6:00” on the inner scale (time scale) corresponds to “15” on the outer
scale. Thus, the fuel consumption is 1,500 gallons.
6) Estimated flight time
Example: Obtain the estimated flight time when the vate of fuel consumption is 220
gallons per hour and the aircraft has 550 gallons of fuel.
Answer. Align “22” on the outer scale with the SPEED INDEX (Y) on the inner scale.
Then, “55” on the outer scale corresponds to “2:30” on the inner scale (time
scale), Thus, the estimated flight time is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
7) Difference in altitude
The difference in altitude can be obtained from the rate of descent and the descent time.
Example: Obtain the difference in altitude when an aircraft continues descending for 23
minutes at a rate of 250 feet per minute.
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Answer. Align “25” on the outer scale with “10” on the inner scale. Then, “23” on the inner
scale corresponds to “57.5” on the outer scale. Thus, the difference in altitude is
5,750 feet.
8) Rate of climb (or descent)
The rate of climb (or descent) can be obtained from the time required to reach an altitude.
Example: Obtain the rate of climb when an aircraft reaches an altitude of 7,500 feet after
climbing for 16 minutes.
Answer. Align “75” on the outer scale with “16” on the inner scale. Then, “10” on the inner
scale correspons to “47” on the outer scale. Thus, the rate of climb is 470 per
minute.
9) Time of climb (or descent)
The time required for climb can be obtained from the altitude to be reached and the rate of
climb (or descent).
Example: Obtain the time of climb when an aircraft is to climb to 6,300 feet at a rate of 550
feet per minute.
Answer. Align “55” on the outer scale with “10” on the inner scale. Then, “63” on the
outer scale corresponds to “11.5” on the inner scale. thus, the time of climb is 11
minutes and 30 seconds.
10) Conversion
Example: Convert 30 statuts miles into nautical miles and kilometers.
Operation: Align “30” on the outer scale with STAT (Y) on the inner scale. Then, NAUT
(Y) on the inner scale corresponds to “26” nautical miles on the outer scale,
and “12 km” (s) on the inner scale corresponds to “48.2” km on the outer scale.
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B. General Calculation Functions
1) Multiplication
Example: 20 M 15
Operation: Align “20” on the outer scale with “10” on the inner scale. Then, “15” on the
inner scale corresponds to “30” on the outer scale. Take into account the
position of the decimal point and add one zero to obtain 300. Note that with the
scales of this watch, the position of the decimal point cannot be obtained.
2) Division
Example: 250 / 20
Operation: Align “25” on the outer scale with “20” on the inner scale. Then, “10” on the
inner scale corresponds to “12.5” on the outer scale. Take into eccount the
position of the decimal point to obtain 12.5.
3) Proportion
Example: 30/20 = 60/x
Operation: Align “30” on the outer scale with “20” on the inner scale. Then, “60” on the
outer scale corresponds to “40” on the inner scale. At this point,the proportion
for every value on the inner and outer scales is 30:20.
4) Square root
Example: Square root of 225
Operation: Turn the outer scale showly and find a value that corresponds to both “22.5” on
the outer scale and “10” on the inner scale. In this example, “22.5” on the outer
scale corresponds to “15” on the inner scale, and “10” on the inner scale
corresponds to “15” on the outer scale. Thus, the answer is 15.
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For correct use within the design limits of the watch, confirm the level of waterresistance of your watch, as indicated on the dial and case, and consult the table.
17. Precautions
CAUTION: Water-resistance performance
Examples of use
There are several types of water-resistant watches, as
shown in the following table.
The unit "bar" is roughly equal to 1 atmosphere.
* WATER RESIST(ANT) xx bar may also be indicated
as W.R. xx bar.
Indication
Specification
Minor exposure to water
(washing face, rain, etc.)
Moderate exposure to
water (washing, kitchen
work, swimming, etc.)
Marine sports
(skin diving)
Scuba diving
(with air tank)
Operation of the
crown or button with
moisture visible
Dial
Case (Case back)
WATER RESIST or
no indication
WATER
RESIST(ANT)
Water-resistant to 3
atmospheres
OK
NO
NO
NO
NO
WR 50 or WATER
RESIST 50
WATER
RESIST(ANT) 5 bar or
WATER RESIST(ANT)
Water-resistant to 5
atmospheres
OK
OK
NO
NO
NO
WR 100/200 or
WATER RESIST 100/200
WATER RESIST(ANT)
10bar/20 bar or
WATER RESIST(ANT)
Water-resistant to
10 / 20 atmospheres
OK
OK
OK
NO
NO
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• Water-resistance for daily use (to 3 atmospheres): This type of watch is waterresistant to minor exposure to water. For example, you may wear the watch
while washing your face; however, it is not designed for use underwater.
• Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 5 atmospheres): This type of
watch is water-resistant to moderate exposure to water. You may wear the
watch while swimming; however, it is not designed for use while skin diving.
• Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 10/20 atmospheres): This type of
watch may be used for skin diving; however, it is not designed for scuba or
saturated diving using helium gas.
CAUTION
• Do NOT operate the crown or button with wet fingers or when the watch is
wet. Water may enter the watch and compromise water-resistance.
• If the watch is used in seawater, rinse with fresh water afterward and wipe with
a dry cloth.
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• If moisture has entered the watch, or if the inside of the crystal is fogged up
and does not become clear within a day, immediately take the watch to your
dealer or Citizen Service Center for repair. Leaving the watch in such a state
will allow corrosion to form inside.
• 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: Keep your watch clean.
• Dust and dirt tend to be deposited in gaps in the back of the case or band.
Deposited dust and dirt may cause corrosion and soil your clothing. Clean the
watch occasionally.
Cleaning the Watch
• Use a soft cloth to wipe off dirt, perspiration and water from the case and
crystal.
• Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe off perspiration and dirt from the leather band.
• To clean a metal, plastic, or rubber watchband, wash away dirt with mild soap
and water. Use a soft brush to remove dust and dirt jammed in the gaps in the
metal band. If your watch is not water-resistant, take it to your dealer.
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NOTE: Avoid using solvents (thinner, benzine, etc.), as they may mar the finish.
WARNING: Handling of the battery
• Keep the battery out of the reach of small children. If a child swallows the
battery, contact a physician immediately.
CAUTION: Replacing the battery
• For replacement of the battery, take your watch to your dealer or Citizen
Service Center.
• Replace the battery as soon as possible if the service life of the battery has
expired. Leaving a depleted battery in the watch may result in leakage, which
can damage the watch severely.
CAUTION: Operating environment
• Use the watch within the operating-temperature range specified in the
instruction manual.
Using the watch where temperatures are outside the specified range, may
result in deterioration of functions or even stoppage of the watch.
• Do NOT use the watch in places where it is exposed to high temperature,
such as in a sauna.
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Doing so may result in a skin burn.
• Do NOT leave the watch in a place where it is exposed to high temperature,
such as the glove compartment or dash-board of a car.
Doing so may result in deterioration of the watch, such as deformation of
plastic parts.
• Do NOT place the watch close to a magnet.
Timekeeping will become inaccurate if you place the watch close to magnetic
health equipment such as a magnetic necklace or a magnetic latch of a
refrigerator door or handbag clasp or the earphone of a mobile phone. If this
has occurred, move the watch away from the magnet and reset the time.
• Do NOT place the watch close to household appliances that generate static
electricity.
Timekeeping may become inaccurate if the watch is exposed to strong static
electricity, such as is emitted from a TV screen.
• Do NOT subject the watch to a strong shock such as dropping it onto a hard
floor.
• Avoid using the watch in an environment where it may be exposed to
chemicals or corrosive gases.
If solvents, such as thinner and benzine, or substances containing such
solvents come in contact with the watch, discoloration, melting, cracking, etc.
may result. If the watch comes in contact with mercury used in thermometers,
the case, band or other parts may become discolored.
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18. Specifications
1. Caliber No.: C390-00A
2. Type: Combination watch
3. Accuracy: Within ±20 seconds per month (when worn at normal
temperatures of +5°C to +35°C/41°F to 95°F)
4. Operating Temperature Range:
Watch operating temperature range: 0°C to +55°C (32°F to 131°F)
5. Display Functions:
Analog
• Time: Seconds, minutes, hours, 24 hours, UTC minutes, UTC
hours, mode
Digital
• Time: Seconds, minutes, hours, city name, daylight savings time,
A/P
• Calendar: Month, date, day, city name
• Alarm 1: Hours, minutes, A/P, city name, ON/OFF
• Alarm 2: Hours, minutes, A/P, city name, ON/OFF
• Alarm 3: Hours, minutes, A/P, city name, ON/OFF
• Chronograph: Chronograph hours, chronograph minutes,
chronograph seconds, chronograph 1/100
seconds, SPL, 24 hour measurement
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• Destination Timer: City name, remaining time until arrival, set
time, set month, day and year
• Zone setting: City name (SET/OFF), daylight savings time
(ON/OF), display setting and cancellation for each
city, setting of ON/OF for daylight savings time for
each city
6. Additional Functions
• Switching between main time (analog) and sub-time (digital)
• Low battery warning function
• EL internal illumination function
7. Battery: 280-74 ; Battery Code: SR936W
8. Battery life: Approx. 2 years (when using the alarm 6 times/day, the
chronograph for 24 hours per measurement/week, the
destination timer once/week, and EL 6 times/1day)
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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