Armitron 45/6967PNK Watch User Manual

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WATCH INSTRUCTIONS
M296-M298, 45/6851BLK, 45/6853DKB, 45/6855BLU, 45/6857, 45/6859, 45/6861, 45/6867SIL, 45/6901LAV, 45/6883
SETTING THE ALARM
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1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘B’.
Alarm Mode appears and the Monday Indicator and the
Hours flash.
2. Press ‘D’ to advance the Alarm Hour.
3. Press ‘C’. Alarm Minutes flash. Press ‘D’ to advance the
Alarm Minute.
4. Press ‘B’ twice to end set sequence and to return to
Time Telling Mode.
FEATURES
SETTING THE TIME AND CALENDAR
ACTIVATING THE ALARM AND HOURLY CHIME
• Time Telling Mode (Hours, Minutes, Seconds and
• Day of the Week)
• Calendar Mode (Month and Date)
• 24 Hour Alarm: Sounds for 20 Seconds at preset
• Alarm Time or until any button is pressed
• Chronograph Mode: Hours, Minutes, Seconds and
• 1/100th of a Second with Lap/Split Operation
• Hourly Chime: One ‘Beep’ sound every full Hour
• 12/24 Hour (Military Time)
• European Calendar
• Water Resistant as indicated on the watch
• INSTALITE – Electro Luminescent Display
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and
hold ‘B’ for two seconds. Alarm
00
Mode appears. Release ‘B’, then
press ‘B’ again. Seconds and the
Tuesday Indicator flash. Press ‘D’
to zero out the Seconds.
NOTE: Zeroing out 30 or more seconds automatically
adds one minute to time.
2. Press ‘C’. Minutes flash. Press ‘D’
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to advance the Minute.
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NOTE: Pressing and holding ‘D’ will
advance digits rapidly.
3. Press ‘C’. Hours flash. Press ‘D’ to
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advance the Hour.
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NOTE: When 12 Hour Format is
selected, ‘A’ indicates ‘a.m.’ times;
‘P’ indicates ‘p.m.’ times.
4. Press ‘C’. The Months flash.
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Press ‘D’ to advance the Month.
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘D’. Press ‘C’
simultaneously to activate the Hourly Chime.
‘CHIME’ appears to indicate the Hourly Chime will sound
every hour on the hour.
2. Press ‘C’ again to activate the Alarm.
PLEASE REFER TO CORRESPONDING DISPLAY MODEL
AND BUTTON OPERATION.
SELECTING FEATURES
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1. Time Telling Mode displays Hours,
Minutes, Seconds, and Day of the
Week.
2. From Time Telling Mode, press and
hold ‘C’. Calendar Mode appears
and the Month and Date are
displayed. Release ‘C’ to return to
Time Telling Mode.
3. From Time Telling Mode, press ‘B’
once. Chronograph Mode appears.
Press ‘B’ again to return to Time
Telling Mode.
4. From Time Telling Mode, press
and hold ‘B’ for two seconds.
Alarm Mode appears. Press ‘B’
twice to return to Time Telling
Mode.
12/24 HOUR (MILITARY) TIME
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘D’. Press ‘B’
simultaneously to select either 12 Hour or 24 Hour
(Military) Time.
NOTE: ‘ A ’ indicates 12 Hour Time is selected.
2. Release ‘D’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
EUROPEAN CALENDAR
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘C’. Press ‘D’
simultaneously to select either the US Calendar or the
European Calendar.
2. Release ‘C’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
INSTALITE - NIGHT VISION DISPLAY
1. Press ‘A’ in any mode to illuminate the watch face.
The backlight will remain lit for 2 to 3 seconds.
NOTE: EXCESSIVE USE OF THE BACKLIGHT WILL
SHORTEN BATTERY LIFE.
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The Alarm Symbol
appears to indicate the Alarm
will sound at the preset Alarm Time.
3. Press ‘C’ again to deactivate the Hourly Chime.
4. Press ‘C’ again to deactivate the Alarm.
5. Release ‘D’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
WATER RESISTANCE
This is a WATER RESISTANT watch. Do not operate the
push buttons below the surface of the water. Should water
or condensation appear in the watch, immediately have
the watch checked. Water can corrode electronic parts
inside the case.
CHANGING THE BATTERY
5. Press ‘C’. The Date flashes.
Press ‘D’ to advance the Date.
6. Press ‘C’. The Day of the Week
flashes. Press ‘D’ to advance the
Day of the Week.
7. Press ‘B’ to end set sequence and
return to Time Telling Mode.
CHRONOGRAPH
1. From Time Telling Mode, press ‘B’ once to enter the
Chronograph Mode.
2. Press ‘C’ to start timing.
3. Press ‘C’ again to stop timing.
4. Press ‘D’ to reset to zero.
5. Press ‘B’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
LAP/SPLIT OPERATION
The LAP Chronograph allows the user to view the
elapsed time for a particular interval.
The SPLIT Chronograph allows the user to view the
total accumulate time at a particular interval, while the
internal stopwatch continues to accumulate total time.
1. While in the Chronograph Mode, press ‘C’ to start
timing.
2. Press ‘D’ to read the first lap time.
NOTE: The Sunday, Thursday and Saturday indicators
flash while the internal Chronograph continues to count.
3. Press ‘D’ again to time the second lap.
4. Press ‘D’ again to read the second lap time.
5. Repeat above procedure to SPLIT time.
6. Press ‘C’ to stop timing at the end of the event.
NOTE: The Sunday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
indicators flash.
7. Press ‘D’ to read the final lap time.
8. Press ‘D’ again to reset to zero.
NOTE: When the Chronometer time is less than
40 minutes, Minutes, Seconds and 1/100th of a Second
are displayed. When the Chronometer time is greater than
40 minutes, Hours, Minutes and Seconds are displayed.
9. Press ‘B’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
Change the battery when the watch becomes slow, the
readout darkens or does not appear, or the backlight
fails. Before removing the old battery, be sure to denote
its polarity so that the new battery is installed in exactly
the same way. Replace with one (1) CR1220 or equivalent
only. This watch contains precise electronic components
and should only be opened by a qualified watch
technician. However, it is not necessary to return your
watch to the manufacturer for battery replacement. It is
recommended that you bring your timepiece to a local
jeweler.
Dear Customer:
Help your watch/jewelry retailer protect our environment
by properly recycling the button cell battery in your watch.
Professional jewelers and watch retailers are best
equipped to replace the battery in your watch without
damage to the watch case and movement inside. They
have the specialized tools and experience to do the job
right. Inexperienced people can scar the case and damage
the water resistant seal – voiding your warranty.
It is important to recycle your watch battery in an
environmentally safe way. Watch batteries contain very
small amounts of mercury, which is required to prevent
corrosion of the battery and damage to your watch. There
is no danger to you or your watch from the mercury
because it is in the sealed battery. But you need to recycle
your watch battery properly. Your professional watch/
jewelry retailer is the best person to do this for you. These
professionals collect used batteries and recycle them
through licensed waste management companies.
Do our environment and your watch a favor. Ask your
watch/jewelry professional to replace your battery when it
expires.
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Armitron
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WATCH INSTRUCTIONS
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FEATURES
• Time Telling Mode (Hours, Minutes, Seconds and
• Day of the Week)
• Calendar Mode (Month and Date)
• 24 Hour Alarm
• Hourly Chime: One ‘Beep’ sound every full Hour
• Chronograph Mode: Hours, Minutes, Seconds and
• 1/100th of a Second with Lap Operation
• 12/24 Hour (Military Time)
• European Calendar
• Water Resistant as indicated on the watch
SELECTING FEATURES
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1. Time Telling Mode displays Hours,
Minutes, Seconds, and Day of the Week.
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2. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold
‘C’. Calendar Mode appears and the Month
and Date are displayed. Release ‘C’ to
return to Time Telling Mode.
3. From Time Telling Mode, press ‘B’ once.
Chronograph Mode appears. Press ‘B’
again to return to Time Telling Mode.
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4. From Time Telling Mode, press
and hold ‘D’. Alarm Mode appears.
Release ‘D’ to return to Time
Telling Mode.
12/24 HOUR (MILITARY) TIME
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘D’. Press ‘B’
to select either 12 Hour or 24 Hour (Military) Time.
‘ I2 ’ indicates 12 Hour time; ‘0’ indicates 24 Hour
(Military) Time.
2. Release ‘D’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
EUROPEAN CALENDAR
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘C’. Press ‘D’
to select either US Calendar or European Calendar.
2. Release ‘C’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
SETTING THE TIME AND CALENDAR
WATER RESISTANCE
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and
hold ‘B’. Alarm Hours and the Monday
8
Indicator flash. Release ‘B’, then press ‘B’
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again. Seconds and the Tuesday Indicator
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flash. Press ‘D’ to zero out the Seconds.
NOTE: Zeroing out 30 or more seconds automatically
adds one minute to time.
2. Press ‘C’. Minutes flash. Press ‘D’ to
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advance the Minute.
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NOTE: Pressing and holding ‘D’ will advance
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digits rapidly.
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This is a WATER RESISTANT watch. Do not operate the
push buttons below the surface of the water. Should water
or condensation appear in the watch, immediately have
the watch checked. Water can corrode electronic parts
inside the case.
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3. Press ‘C’. Hours flash. Press ‘D’ to
advance the Hour.
NOTE: When 12 Hour Format is selected,
‘A’ indicates ‘a.m.’ times; ‘P’ indicates
‘p.m.’ times.
4. Press ‘C’. The Date flashes. Press ‘D’ to
advance the Date.
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5. Press ‘C’. The Month flashes. Press ‘D’ to
advance the Month.
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6. Press ‘C’. The Day of the Week flashes.
Press ‘D’ to advance the Day of the Week.
7. Press ‘B’ to end set sequence and return
to Time Telling Mode.
CHRONOGRAPH
1. From Time Telling Mode, press ‘B’ once to enter the
Chronograph Mode.
2. Press ‘C’ to start timing.
3. Press ‘C’ again to stop timing.
4. Press ‘D’ to reset to zero.
5. Press ‘B’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
LAP OPERATION
1. While in the Chronograph Mode, press ‘C’ to start
timing.
2. Press ‘D’ to measure Laps.
3. Press ‘C’ to stop timing at the end of the event.
4. Press ‘D’ to reveal the final Lap time.
5. Press ‘D’ again to reset to zero.
6. Press ‘B’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
SETTING 24 HOUR ALARM
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘B’ to enter the
Alarm Mode. Alarm Hours flash.
2. Press ‘D’ to advance the Alarm Hour.
3. Press ‘C’. Alarm Minutes flash. Press ‘D’ to advance the
Alarm Minute.
4. Press ‘B’ end set sequence and to return to Time Telling
Mode.
ACTIVATING THE ALARM AND HOURLY CHIME
1. From Time Telling Mode, press and hold ‘D’. Press ‘C’
to activate the Hourly Chime. The Hourly Chime symbol
appears to indicate the Hourly Chime will sound every
hour on the hour.
2. Press ‘C’ again to activate the Alarm. The Alarm Symbol
appears to indicate the Alarm will sound at the preset
Alarm Time.
3. Press ‘C’ again to deactivate the Hourly Chime.
4. Press ‘C’ again to deactivate the Alarm.
5. Release ‘D’ to return to Time Telling Mode.
CHANGING THE BATTERY
Change the battery when the watch becomes slow, the
readout darkens or does not appear, or the backlight
fails. Before removing the old battery, be sure to denote
its polarity so that the new battery is installed in exactly
the same way. Replace with one (1) CR2016 or equivalent
only. This watch contains precise electronic components
and should only be opened by a qualified watch
technician. However, it is not necessary to return your
watch to the manufacturer for battery replacement. It is
recommended that you bring your timepiece to a local
jeweler.
Dear Customer:
Help your watch/jewelry retailer protect our environment
by properly recycling the button cell battery in your watch.
Professional jewelers and watch retailers are best
equipped to replace the battery in your watch without
damage to the watch case and movement inside. They
have the specialized tools and experience to do the job
right. Inexperienced people can scar the case and damage
the water resistant seal – voiding your warranty.
It is important to recycle your watch battery in an
environmentally safe way. Watch batteries contain very
small amounts of mercury, which is required to prevent
corrosion of the battery and damage to your watch. There
is no danger to you or your watch from the mercury
because it is in the sealed battery. But you need to recycle
your watch battery properly. Your professional watch/
jewelry retailer is the best person to do this for you. These
professionals collect used batteries and recycle them
through licensed waste management companies.
Do our environment and your watch a favor. Ask your
watch/jewelry professional to replace your battery when it
expires.
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