Victorinox | CHRONOGRAPHS Watch | Specifications | Victorinox CHRONOGRAPHS Watch Specifications

Victorinox CHRONOGRAPHS Watch Specifications
ST-4000 CHRONO
In 1897 the Original Swiss Army™ Knife was created in the small village of Ibach,
Switzerland. Since that time, Victorinox® has become known in more than
100 countries for precision, quality, functionality and versatility.
This century old heritage has been extended to Swiss Army Watches and Timepieces.
Each reflects the ingenious design and outstanding durability we’ve come to stand
for over the years. Uncompromising craftsmanship makes these watches worthy
to carry the cross and shield emblem that symbolizes the legend of Victorinox and
the Swiss Army® Brand.
Whether you’re going around the corner or around the globe, this specially designed
Swiss Army Watch—its choice of materials and technology—will make sure that
you’re equipped for life’s adventures. No matter what those adventures might be.
QUALITY FEATURES—ST-4000 CHRONO
Made in Switzerland.
Precision Swiss Movements.
Individually tested for 30M (100 feet) water resistance.
Solid stainless steel cases.
Swiss Army® Brand Watches are covered by a three-year limited warranty. Only our
watches are authorized by the Swiss government to carry the name “Swiss Army.”
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Setting the Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Using the ST-4000 Altimeter and Barometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Function/Setup Buttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Digital Display Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Adjusting the Altimeter and Barometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Altimeter and Barometer Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Stopwatch Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Sport Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
ST-4000 Chrono Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
-1-
THREE HAND ANALOG QUARTZ TIME SET INSTRUCTIONS
Function
Buttons
Setup
Buttons
1 Clock
Function
(Alarm CHR)
Start/Stop
Button
2 Altimeter
Function
(Alti Baro)
Crown
0 1
Reset
Button
3 Sport
Function
(Run)
NOTE: The ST-4000 Chrono
has a pull-out crown with
two positions (0 and 1).
-2-
THREE HAND ANALOG QUARTZ
SETTING THE TIME - Pull Out Crown
A. Pull out the crown to position (1).
B. Rotate the crown away from you until the desired time is set.
C. Push in the crown, returning it to position (0). The time is now set.
NOTE: Never operate the crown when the watch is wet.
-3-
USING THE ST-4000 ALTIMETER AND BAROMETER (ALTITUDE)
The ST-4000 shows altitude below or above sea level from -4,000 feet to
+30,000 feet in 5-foot increments.
ALTIMETER AND BAROMETER DETAILS
How the Altimeter Works
The ST-4000 measures altitude by detecting differences in air
pressure and displaying this information as altitude above sea level.
The ST-4000 works the same way an aircraft altimeter does.
Moving Barometer
There are two kinds of barometers: fixed location and moving location.
Moving barometers are designed to be used at varying elevations.
The ST-4000, like an aircraft altimeter, contains a moving location barometer. Its reading does not move until you set it by adjusting the
altitude in the altimeter display.
-4-
Altitude Offset
A weather change will produce a change in barometric pressure that
causes an offset in the displayed altitude from the actual altitude. This offset
is consistent at any altitude, so, if you start a hike with the altitude reading
50 feet too high, it will read 50 feet too high at any elevation on your hike.
You remove the offset by adjusting the altitude.
When to Adjust Altitude
Adjust the altitude when you want precise altitude readings, such as before
hiking or climbing, or when you want to update the Sea Level Barometer.
Adjust at a known altitude such as at the sea side, a marked summit or pass,
or a location with an altitude reference on a map such as a lake. Home or
office make convenient adjustment points after learning their elevations
from a topographic map.
Adjust once a day when hiking, climbing, or when following weather patterns.
You can also adjust altitude in the barometer. Adjust display by entering a
current, local barometer reading from a weather report or airport weather
service. When you enter the barometer reading, the altitude is also adjusted
in the altimeter.
-5-
Effects of Atmospheric Pressure Changes
A change in atmospheric pressure will make the displayed altitude different
from the known altitude of a landmark. The ST-4000 can be
adjusted so that it displays the same altitude as the landmark. Minor atmospheric pressure changes may cause the displayed altitude to vary from the
actual altitude by 50 feet. With the arrival or departure of a weather front,
displayed altitude can change 100 to 200 feet, and a storm can cause a
change of more than 200 feet. Wind, rain, snow, and humidity do not affect
altimeter readings.
Barometer-Altimeter Synchronization
Synchronization (the relation between altitude and sea level barometer) is
set at the factory. To ensure barometer accuracy you can check it after a
year or two and correct minor drift if necessary. You must know your current
altitude and must get the current sea level barometer from a local airport or
weather broadcast to make this adjustment.
You can also synchronize the thermometer if it reads consistently high or
low over a range of temperatures.
-6-
Thermometer Accuracy
The ST-4000 measures the ambient air temperature with a sensor inside its
case. When the watch is worn against your skin, temperature readings will
be affected significantly. Direct sunlight can also cause the
ST-4000 to give high readings. For accurate readings, remove the watch
from your wrist and place away from direct sunlight.
Display
The Altimeter and Thermometer revert to the Clock 10 minutes after the last
time a button is pressed.
NOTE: The analog and digital movements of this watch
operate independently. Please set each individually to
ensure they are kept in sync.
-7-
Function
Buttons
Setup
Buttons
1 Clock
Function
(Alarm CHR)
Start/Stop
Button
2 Altimeter
Function
(Alti Baro)
Crown
3 Sport
Function
(Run)
Reset
Button
-8-
DIGITAL DISPLAY CONTROLS
Function
Formats
1 A. Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 or 24 hour
B. Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US or European
C. Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On or Off
D. Stopwatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On or Off/Splits and
Times
2 A. Altitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Feet or Meters
B. Sea Level Barometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inches of Mercury or
Millibars
C. Thermometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fahrenheit or Celsius
3 A. Vertical Feet Ascended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Feet or Meters
B. Maximum Altitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Feet or Meters
C. Vertical Feet Descended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Feet or Meters
D. Runs
-9-
FUNCTIONS
1. Pressing the Clock (Alarm CHR) Button
A. Displays the Clock (first press)
B. Displays the Calendar (second press)
C. Displays the Alarm (third press)
D. Displays the Stopwatch (fourth press)
2. Pressing the Altimeter (Alti Baro) Button
A. Displays the Altimeter (first press)
B. Displays the Barometer (second press)
C. Displays the Thermometer (third press)
3. Pressing the Sport Function (Run) Button
A. Displays Accumulated Vertical Ascent (first press)
B. Displays Maximum Altitude (second press)
C. Displays Accumulated Vertical Descent (third press)
D. Displays Ski Runs (fourth press)
- 10 -
1
Clock
Function
(Alarm CHR)
Start/Stop
Button
2
Crown
Altimeter
Function
(Alti Baro)
Reset
Button
3
Sport Function
(Run)
- 11 -
SETUP
Pressing the Start/Stop Button
1. Adjusts the blinking digit (if an arrow at the left of the
display is toggling, it adjusts in the arrow direction).
2. Toggles between formats in the format selection mode.
Pressing the Start/Stop Button
Starts and stops the Stopwatch when the Stopwatch
is displayed.
Holding the Start/Stop Button
Makes a global change of formats (all English or all
metric) in the Clock format selection mode.
Pressing the Reset Button Resets the Stopwatch
when the Stopwatch is displayed and stopped.
Pressing the Reset Button
1. Enters the setup/adjust mode of the function displayed.
2. Moves from one setup step to the next and exits
setup after completion.
- 12 -
SETUP STEP-BY-STEP
Selecting the Clock Format
(see page 10, item 1 for functions)
Step 1 Clock Function
Press the Clock Button to display
the Clock.
Step 2 Selection Mode
Hold the Reset Button 1 second–
the current clock format is shown
(12 or 24).
Step 3 Change Clock Format
Press the Start/Stop Button to
toggle between 12 and 24 hours.
S/S
Step 4 Exit Clock Format
Press the Reset Button when the
desired format is displayed.
RES
RES
- 13 -
Holding the Reset Button 1 second
Enters the format selection mode.
SETUP STEP-BY-STEP
Clock Setup (see page 10, item 1
for functions)
Step 3 Advance Hours
Press the Start/Stop Button
to advance the hours.
S/S
Step 1 Clock Function
Press the Alarm CHR Button
to display the Clock.
Step 2 Hours Blink
Press the Reset Button–
the hour digits blink.
Step 4 Minutes Blink
Press the Reset Button–the hour
is set and the minute digits blink.
RES
RES
- 14 -
Step 5 Advance minutes
Press the Start/Stop Button
to advance the minutes.
Step 7 Advance Seconds.
Press the Start/Stop Button
to advance the seconds.
S/S
S/S
Step 6 Seconds Blink
Press the Reset Button–
the minute is set and
the second digits blink.
Step 8 Exit Setup
Press the Reset Button–the seconds
are set and setup mode exited.
RES
RES
NOTE: When the 12-hour format is used the letter “P” will appear on
the left side of the display to indicate PM.
- 15 -
SETUP STEP-BY-STEP
Selecting the Calendar Format
Step 3 Change Calendar Format
Press the Start/Stop Button to
toggle between month/day/year
and day/month/year.
Step 1 Calendar Function
Press the Clock Button to display
the Calendar.
S/S
Step 2 Selection Mode
Hold the Reset Button 1 second–the
date in the current calendar format
blinks.
Step 4 Exit Calendar Format
Press the Reset Button when the
desired format is displayed to exit.
RES
- 16 -
RES
SETUP STEP-BY-STEP
Calendar Setup
(see page 10, item 1 for functions)
Step 1 Calendar Function
Press the Clock Button to
display the Calendar.
Step 2 Months Blink
Press the Reset Button–
the month digits blink.
Step 3 Advance Months
Press the Start/Stop Button to
advance the months.
S/S
Step 4 Days Blink
Press the Reset Button–the month
is set and the day digits blink.
RES
RES
- 17 -
Step 5 Advance days
Press the Start/Stop Button to
advance the days.
Step 7 Advance years
Press the Start/Stop
Button to advance the years.
S/S
S/S
Step 6 Year blinks
Press the Reset Button–the day
is set and the year digits blink.
Step 8 Exit Setup
Press the Reset Button–the year
is set and setup mode exited.
RES
RES
- 18 -
SETUP STEP-BY-STEP
Activating the Alarm and
Setting Alarm Time
(see page 10, item 1 for functions)
Step 3 Activate Alarm
Press the Start/Stop Button to toggle
between on and off. You can only set
the alarm time when the Alarm is on.
Step 1 Alarm Function
Press the Clock Button to
display the Alarm.
Step 2 On/Off
Press the Reset Button–
”on” or “off” blinks.
S/S
Step 4 Blink Hours
Press the Reset Button-go to the
alarm-set display–the Alarm hour
digits blink.
RES
RES
- 19 -
Step 5 Advance Hours
Press the Start/Stop Button
to advance the hour.
Step 7 Advance Minutes
Press the Start/Stop Button to
advance the minutes.
S/S
S/S
Step 6 Blink Minutes
Press the Reset Button–
the hour is set and the
minutes blink.
Step 8 Exit Setup
Press the Reset Button to exit.
The Alarm icon indicates the
alarm is on.
RES
RES
- 20 -
ADJUSTING THE ALTIMETER AND BAROMETER
Adjust at a known altitude when you want precise altitude readings
or when you want to update the sea level barometer.
(see page 10, item 2 for functions)
Step 3 Change Altitude
Press the Start/Stop Button to move
the Altimeter up or down in 5-foot
increments in the arrow direction.
Step 1 Altimeter Function
Press the Altimeter Button to
display the Altimeter.
S/S
Step 2 Blink Altitude
Press the Reset Button–the
Altimeter digits blink and an arrow
at the left of the display toggles
between up and down every few
second.
RES
Step 4 Exit
At the correct altitude press the Reset
Button to exit.
- 21 -
RES
Effect on Sea Level Barometer
When you adjust the altitude the sea level
barometer is set at the same time.
Sea Level Barometer Before Altitude Adjust
Sea Level Barometer After Altitude Adjust
- 22 -
SETTING THE BAROMETER (see page 10, item 2 for functions)
Barometer & Altimeter Adjust from a Weather Report
Updating the barometer from a broadcast or airport weather report will
adjust the altitude concurrently.
Step 3 Change Barometer
Step 1 Barometer Function
Press the Start/Stop Button to move
Press the Altimeter Button to
the Barometer up or down in .01display the Barometer.
inches-of-mercury increments in
the arrow direction.
S/S
Step 2 Blink Barometer
Press the Reset Button–the Barometer
digits blink and an arrow at the left
of the display toggles between up
and down every few seconds.
RES
Step 4 Exit
At the correct sea level barometer
press the Reset Button to exit. The
altitude will now be updated in the
Altimeter display.
RES
- 23 -
Effect on Altimeter
When you adjust the sea level barometer, the altitude is set
at the same time.
Altimeter before Barometer Adjust
Altimeter after Barometer Adjust
- 24 -
ALTIMETER FORMATS
Selecting the Altimeter Formats
(see page 10, item 2 for functions)
In the Altimeter, select “f” (feet) or
“m” (meters).
In the Thermometer, select
“F” (degrees Fahrenheit) or
“C” (degrees Celsius).
In the Barometer, select
“Hg” (inches of mercury) or “mb”
(millibars).
- 25 -
Step 1. Press the Altimeter Button
to display either the Altimeter, the
Barometer, or the Thermometer.
Step 3. Press the Start/Stop Button
to toggle between the unit formats.
S/S
Step 2. Hold the Reset Button 1
second–the unit symbol will blink.
Step 4. When the desired format is
displayed press the Reset Button to
exit.
RES
RES
- 26 -
ALTIMETER AND BAROMETER DETAILS
(see page 10, item 2 for functions)
Setting the Barometer-Altimeter Synchronization
Synchronization is set at the factory. You can resynchronize after a year
or two if, after altitude adjustment, the ST-4000 barometer is repeatedly and
significantly different from the sea level barometer given by a current,
local weather report.
Step 3. Hold down the Reset
Button for more than 5
seconds– the Barometer will
blink and a blinking “b” will
appear on the display.
Step 1. Adjust the Altimeter
so that it displays your
current altitude.
ADJ
Step 2. Press the Altimeter/
Barometer Button to display
the sea level barometer.
- 27 -
Step 4. Press the Start/Stop Button
to move the Barometer up or down
in the arrow direction.
S/S
If desired, synchronize the ST-4000
Thermometer to the temperature
shown by another thermometer by
repeating this procedure in the
Thermometer display.
Step 5. When you reach the
correct reading, press the Reset
Button to exit.
RES
- 28 -
STOPWATCH OPERATION
(see page 10, item 1 for functions)
Starting, Stopping, and Resetting
Start and stop the Stopwatch by pressing the Start/Stop Button. You can
record times of up to 23:59:59 (hours). Resolution is to .05 second to 29:59.95
(minutes), then in seconds. Reset by pressing the Reset Button. Resetting
puts the time recorded into memory as a split.
Viewing Times in Memory
With the Stopwatch displayed, press the Stopwatch function button. The
first time recorded will be recalled from memory and displayed as a split
time. The display will toggle between the split number and the split time.
To view subsequent recorded times along with their split numbers, press
the Stopwatch button in the Stopwatch Memory display. After viewing all
splits in memory you automatically return to the Stopwatch, or you can
return before viewing everything by pressing the Start/Stop Button.
Creating Split Groups with the Stopwatch Running
Press the Start/Stop Button to start the Stopwatch. Press the Reset Button
with the Stopwatch running to create a split. The display will freeze for
- 29 -
3 seconds to allow you to view the split time. You can continue to create
splits this way until the total number of splits in memory is 32. Press the
Start/Stop Button to stop the Stopwatch. Press the Reset Button to view the
splits you have created in memory.
Viewing Split Groups in Memory
With the Stopwatch displayed, press the Stopwatch Button. Split groups
you created will be displayed from the first split recorded to the last. After
all times for the group have been reviewed by pressing the Stopwatch
Button, the total time for that group will show in the first display and the
second display will show the number of splits in the group along with a
“t”. Single splits created by resetting the Stopwatch will each show a “t”
in the second display for total group time.
Clearing the Stopwatch Memory
In the Stopwatch Memory function, hold the Adjust Button for 1 second to
erase all splits from memory. A beep confirms that memory is clear. Clear
Stopwatch memory before a session of recording splits (such as timing
your laps on a running track). This ensures that memory will be available
and will delete old information that might be confusing when splits are
reviewed in memory.
- 30 -
STOPWATCH
Example 1 : Time Recorded
and Recalled
(see page 10, item 1 for functions)
Step 1. Press the Stopwatch
Function Button to display the
Stopwatch.
Step 3. Press the Start/Stop Button
to stop the Stopwatch.
S/S
Step 2. Press the Start/Stop Button
to start the Stopwatch.
S/S
- 31 -
Step 6. Press the Start/Stop Function
Button to return to the Stopwatch. If
there is more than one split in
memory, pressing the Function
Button will show each split and exit
after the last one.
Step 4. Press the Reset Button to
reset the Stopwatch.
RES
S/S
Step 5. Press the Reset Button to enter
Stopwatch Memory. The display will
toggle between split number and
split time.
RES
Split Number
Split Time
- 32 -
STOPWATCH
Example 2: Recording and Reviewing a Split Group
Four Laps on a Quarter-Mile Running Track
Step 1. Press the Start/Stop Button
to start the Stopwatch.
S/S
RES
Lap 1
Step 2. Press the Reset Button 3 at the end of
laps 1, 2, and 3. Each time you press the Reset
Button the display freezes for 3 seconds so
you can read your split time.
F
Lap 2
F
Lap 3
- 33 -
Step 3. Press the Start/Stop Button
to stop the Stopwatch at the end of
the 4th lap.
S/S
Step 5. Press the Reset Button to
enter Stopwatch Memory. The first
split you see in memory (split 01)
is the first split you recorded, the
1st lap.
RES
Step 4. Press the Reset Button to
reset the Stopwatch.
RES
- 34 -
Step 6. Press the Reset Button. The Step 7. Press the Reset Button.
next split (lap 2) is displayed along The next split (lap 3) is displayed
along with its split number (03).
with its split number (02).
RES
RES
- 35 -
Example 2: Recording and Reviewing a Split Group (continued)
Step 8. Press the Reset Button.
The next split (lap 4) is displayed
along with its split number (04).
RES
Step 9. Press the Reset Button.
The total time for the split group
(all 4 laps) is displayed indicated
by a “t” in the split number display.
RES
Step 10. Press the Reset Button.
Memory is exited and the display returns to the Stopwatch. You can
also exit Memory by pressing the Start/Stop button before reviewing all
splits. To clear the memory of all split times hold Reset button for
2 seconds
- 36 -
ST-4000 CHRONO SPORT FUNCTIONS
(see page 10, item 3 for functions)
Accumulating Altitude
Accumulation can be switched on or off by pressing the Start/Stop Button
when either Vertical Ascent or Vertical Descent is displayed. The arrow at
the left of the display blinks when the accumulator is on. Remember to
turn the accumulators on before beginning your activity and off when
you finish; otherwise you will record no vertical feet or will record
unwanted vertical feet. Both accumulators record up to 500,000 vertical
feet with 5 feet resolution. The ST-4000 accumulates vertical feet ascended and descended. Hikers and climbers can quantify their activity by
recording vertical feet climbed for a day or a season. Skiers can measure
their daily vertical descent.
Runs
The ST-4000 records a run after a climb of more than 150 feet is followed
by a 150-foot descent. Skiers can record their runs for a day. The run
counter is also useful in air sports for counting thermals flown and in
cycling for counting hills climbed.
- 37 -
Resetting the Altitude Accumulators, Runs and Maximum Altitude
Press the Reset Button when you are in the function you want to reset,
then press the Start/Stop Button to reset the blinking display. Altitude
accumulators reset to zero and maximum Altitude resets to current altitude.
Use the Sport Function Button to move from one display to another.
Sport Function Details
The ST-4000 disregards small vertical irregularities, and
accumulation of vertical feet does not begin until there has been a 30-foot
change in altitude. Altitude and vertical feet displays update frequently
if there has been a change in altitude or a button has been pressed
recently. During periods of inactivity, updates are less frequent.
Atmospheric pressure changes during a day’s activity affect the
accumulated vertical feet very little–usually less than 1%.
- 38 -
USING THE SPORT FUNCTIONS IN HIKING AND CLIMBING
Example: Recording vertical ascent and maximum altitude on a hike.
(see page 10, item 3 for functions)
Step 1. At the trailhead reset
Vertical Ascent
Step 2. Start the Vertical
Ascent accumulator. Arrow
begins to blink.
RES
S/S
S/S
- 39 -
Step 3. Reset Maximum Altitude
Step 4. After completing your hike,
turn the accumulator off
RES
S/S
S/S
If your hike is a loop or out-and-back, accumulated ascent and descent
will be the same. Remember that accumulation does not begin until you
have climbed 30 feet. If you want to record your accumulated vertical or
maximum altitude for a week, month, or year, do not reset until the end of
the period you want to record.
- 40 -
USING THE SPORT FUNCTIONS IN SKIING
Example: Recording vertical descent and runs during a day of skiing.
(see page 10, item 3 for functions)
Step 1. At the lift reset Vertical Step 2. Start the Vertical Descent
Descent
accumulator.Arrow begins to blink
RES
S/S
S/S
- 41 -
Step 3. Reset the Run Counter
Step 4. When you finish skiing,
turn the accumulator off
RES
S/S
S/S
If you want to record your accumulated vertical or runs for a week,
month, or year, do not reset until the end of the period you want to record.
Since Vertical Descent and Vertical Ascent are usually equal in skiing,
you can use the Vertical Ascent accumulator to record total vertical for a
ski trip or a year if you wish. Remember that runs are only counted when
the Vertical Descent accumulator is turned on.
- 42 -
ST-4000 CHRONO SPECIFICATIONS
Altimeter
Current Altitude:
-4,000 to 30,000 feet in 5 foot increments
-1,330 to 10,000 meters in 1 meter increments
Weather
Sea Level Barometer: 28.84 to 31.00 inches of mercury with .01 resolution
977 to 1,050 millibars with 1 millibar resolution
Temperature:
32º F to 122º F in 1º increments
0º C to 50º C in 1º increments
Sport Functions
Vertical Ascent and Descent:
To 999,995 feet in 5 foot increments
To 999,995 meters in 1 meter increments
-4,000 to 30,000 feet in 5 foot increments
-1,330 to 10,000 meters in 1 meter increments
To 199; run counter is tripped by a 150 foot / 50 meter descent
Maximum Altitude:
Runs:
- 43 -
Clock / Calendar
Time of Day:
12 or 24 hour format; to 1 second
Alarm:
Date:
To one minute
Month/day/year (US) format
Day/month/year (European) format
Stopwatch
Elapsed Time and Splits:
Resolution .05second to 29:59.95,
1 second 30:00 to 23:59:59
Memory:
Up to 32 splits
- 44 -
General Specifications
Water Resistance:
To 100 feet / 30 meters
Battery:
CR2032 Lithium; approximately 4-year life
Display:
Single row, 6 characters
Operational Temperature
32º F to 122º F
Range:
0º C to 50º C
BATTERY
Your Swiss Army® Brand timepiece may be powered by a 1.55 volt silver
oxide watch battery. When the battery is low, the seconds hand will effect
four second jumps. Worn Batteries should be replaced immediately.
Substituting interchangeable batteries is not recommended. Battery change
should be performed by an authorized technician who should also check
the condition of the gaskets and the O-ring at the same time. Batteries are
not covered by the warranty.
- 45 -
THREE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY:
Swiss Army Brands, Inc. warrants, for a period of three years from the date of original
purchase, the face, hands and movement of this Swiss Army® Brand Watch to be free
from defects in material and workmanship. If any of the aforementioned parts are
defective we will, at our option, either repair or replace the watch, without charge.
Visit our website at www.swissarmy.com to find a Swiss Army Authorized Repair
Center or call us at 800-442-2706.
While there is no charge for repair or replacement of the watch during the warranty
period, a check in the amount of $10.00, payable to Swiss Army Brands, Inc., must
accompany the watch to cover postage, handling, insurance and related costs. As a
condition to this warranty, either the enclosed warranty repair coupon, completed in
its entirety and date stamped by the retailer from whom the watch was purchased,
or the original retail purchase receipt, must be presented with the watch upon return.
Alternatively, if you purchase the watch in California, you may return the watch to
the retailer from whom it was purchased and the return postage will be processed
without charge. Please include your name, street address and phone number to
ensure proper return.
This warranty does not apply to any part of the watch not expressly warranted herein
or damage to the watch while in the possession of the consumer or damage or defect
caused by abnormal or unreasonable use (including repairs or alterations by a person
other than Swiss Army Brands, Inc.). This warranty gives you specific legal rights and
you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
The foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties of quality and
performance, written, oral or implied, and all other warranties, including any implied
- 46 -
warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are hereby disclaimed.
In no event shall Swiss Army Brands, Inc. or its affiliates be liable for special, indirect,
incidental or consequential damages whether in contract, tort,negligence, strict liability or otherwise. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts and/or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
- 47 -
THREE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY REPAIR COUPON
Name ______________________________________________________
Address ____________________________________________________
SAMPLE
City ________________________________________________________
State ________ Zip ______________Date of Purchase ____________
Purchased from______________________________________________
Repair Coupon. To be detached and submitted with watch only when watch
is returned for repair covered by the warranty.
SWISS ARMY BRANDS, INC.
One Research Drive, P.O. Box 874
Shelton, CT 06484-0874
Consumer Department: 800 442 2706
www.swissarmy.com
SAS05168
2/05
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising