Timex 070 Watch User Manual

Timex 070 Watch User Manual
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INSTRUCTIONS
SPECIAL EXTENDED
WARRANTY OFFER
SPECIAL EXTENDED
WARRANTY OFFER
5 YEARS FOR 5 DOLLARS
For $5, Timex will extend the enclosed one year limited manufacturer's
warranty for an additional 4 years from date of purchase. This 5 year
warranty covers repairs on your watch under the same terms and conditions
as set forth in the manufacturer's warranty in this booklet.
Payment can be made with AMEX, Discover, Visa or MasterCard by calling
1-800-448-4639 during normal working hours or you can mail a check to:
Timex Extended Warranty, P.O. Box 1676, Dept. EF, Little Rock, AR 72203.
We will need your name, address, telephone number, date watch
purchased and 5 digit watch model number.
Payment must be made within 30 days after date of purchase.
Congratulations! You are now the owner of a TIMEX Quartz Digital watch
which features a quartz crystal timekeeping system, accurate to +- 15
seconds per month.
Please read this booklet carefully to familiarize yourself with the operation
of your TIMEX watch and with the Limited Warranty.
THE TIMEX 100-LAP
IRONMAN* TRIATHLON®
In addition to time and calendar
functions, the TIMEX 100-LAP
IRONMAN TRIATHLON chronograph
(stopwatch) stores for later recall up to
100 lap times including average lap
time, best lap time, and total time. This
watch provides a multiple interval
countdown timer, up to 5 alarms, an
hourly signal chime, and memo storage.
FEATURES:
• Full-function watch shows the hours, minutes, seconds, year, month,
date, and day of week. 12-hour (AM/PM) or 24-hour format is userselected in each of 2 time zones.
• A chronograph that stores up to 100 total lap/split times in separate
segments, so you can review your training progress. 1/100-second
resolution for the first hour and one second resolution up to 100 hours.
• 5 alarms with date, and hourly signal chime.
• Countdown timer can be set for up to 9 repetitions, or a continuous cycle,
of up to 9 intervals. Each interval can be set to stop with an alarm at end
of the countdown, to restart automatically, or to start the chronograph to
time an event at the end of the countdown.
• Memo function stores and reviews up to 10 memos of 24 characters each.
• INDIGLO® night-light for state-of-the-art illumination, with the NIGHTMODE® feature for extra viewing ease.
* IRONMAN is a trademark of the World Triathlon Corporation.
Look for the
design on the face of Timex watches.
is a trademark of Timex Corporation.
SECTION 1 – INDIGLO® NIGHT-LIGHT
Your Timex watch featuring the INDIGLO night-light contains a patented
electroluminescent technology (U.S. Patent Number 4,527,096). The
INDIGLO night-light illuminates the entire watch lens with a uniform bright
light that offers superior readability in all low light and nighttime
conditions. Simply press the appropriate button to activate.
INDIGLO is a registered trademark of Indiglo Corporation.
SECTION 2 – NIGHT-MODE®
Your Timex watch is equipped with NIGHT-MODE®. This Timex patented
feature (U.S. Patent Number 4,912,688) enhances the benefits of the
INDIGLO® night-light. Once activated, any button pushed will cause the
INDIGLO night-light to stay on for 3 seconds. NIGHT-MODE is activated by
pressing and holding the INDIGLO button for 3 seconds. NIGHT-MODE will
stay activated for 3 hours or until you deactivate it by pressing and holding
the INDIGLO button again for 3 seconds.
EXAMPLE: When running lap times in low light conditions, press the topmounted push button. At this time the INDIGLO night-light will
automatically stay on for 3 seconds, allowing you to read the lap and split
times...all with one simple push of a button.
SECTION 3 – WATER-RESISTANCE
If your watch is water-resistant, it will be indicated (
) on the watch face
or on the caseback.
• 100 Meter Water-Resistant watch withstands water pressure to 160
p.s.i.a. (equals immersion to 328 feet or 100 meters below sea level).
WARNING: TO MAINTAIN WATER-RESISTANCE, DO NOT PRESS ANY
BUTTONS OR PULL OUT THE CROWN UNDER WATER UNLESS YOUR
WATCH IS INDICATED AS 200 METER WATER-RESISTANT.
NOTES:
1. The watch is water-resistant only as long as lens, push buttons and case
remain intact.
2. Even though the watch may be water-resistant to a significant depth (100
or 200 meters), it is not a diver watch and should not be used for diving.
SECTION 4 – GENERAL OPERATION AND OPERATING MODES
The basic display of your Timex watch looks like this:
This is the Time/Calendar mode. You’ll
see the time in the lower display window,
along with the day of the week and an
indication of the currently displayed time
zone (T-1 or T-2). In the upper display,
you’ll see the year, month, and date along
with one of more of these “flags” :
AM/PM: In 12-hour display format,
indicates whether time is AM or PM. Will
not appear in 24-hour time format display.
CDS, CDR, or CDC: Indicates the countdown timer is active, and in which mode.
CHR: Indicates the chronograph (stopwatch) is activated and running.
STP: Indicates the chronograph is activated but stopped.
RCL: Indicates that you are operating in Recall mode.
Speaker symbol
: Indicates one or more of the alarms is armed in the
time zone being displayed.
Bell symbol
: Indicates the hourly chime is armed.
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BASIC OPERATION OF YOUR WATCH
The six buttons (labeled in clockwise order) on the watch perform different
functions depending on the mode being used. In general, for most active
modes, the button functions are:
S1 Peek at Chronograph, Recall Chronograph, or Alarm Select
S2 Peek at Memo, Stop/Store/Clear Chronograph, Arm/Disarm Chime
S3 Peek at or Change to Alternate Time Zone, Start Chronograph, Record
Lap/Split Times, Start Timer, Arm/Disarm Alarm
S4 Enter and Exit Set Mode
S5 Change Modes
S6 INDIGLO night-light, Arm/Disarm Night-Mode
In the various setting modes, the functions are:
S1 Increase the digit being set (this digit will be flashing – holding this
button down will cause the digits to increase rapidly)
S2 Decrease the digit being set (this digit will be flashing – holding this
button down will cause the digits to decrease rapidly)
S3 Select the digit to be set in the forward direction (changes which digit is
flashing)
S4 Exit the Set mode
S5 Select the digit to be set in the reverse direction
S6 INDIGLO night-light
CHANGING MODES
Pressing the S5 button allows you to change modes: from Time/Calendar,
to Chronograph, to Timer, to Alarm and finally to Memo. The next press
returns you to Time/Calendar mode.
NOTE: If you press any other button while in a mode, the next press of the
S5 button will return you to Time/Calendar.
KEEPING TIME IN TWO TIME ZONES
As noted before, your watch maintains the time in any two time zones that
you set. Usually you will select the time where you live as T-1, and a
frequently-needed alternative (your company’s home office, a friend
overseas, etc.) as T-2.
You can “peek” at the time in T-2 by pressing the S3 button. When you
release the button, the display will return to T-1. If you hold the S3 button
for four seconds, the display will show HOLD-TO SELECT. If you continue
pressing the S3 button for two more seconds, the display will change to
show T-2 as the actively displayed time zone. You can then use the S3
button to “peek” at, or change back to, T-1 in the same way.
SECTION 5 – SETTING THE TIME AND DATE
With the Time/Calendar display showing, press S4. The display
will show HOLD-TO ENTER SET MODE; if you continue to hold
S4 for two more seconds, you will enter the Set mode. The
display will then show SET TIME, and either T-1 or T-2,
depending on which time zone was showing when you pressed
S4. Select which time zone you want to set by pressing S1 or S2.
You will then be ready to set the time in the zone you selected.
Press S3 and the SECONDS will be flashing on the display.
Pressing S1 or S2 resets seconds to :00. NOTE: SECONDS can
not be set in T-2; they will automatically be the same as for the
T-1 setting.
=Flashing
Press S3 to change the active (flashing) digits to SECONDS,
HOURS, MINUTES, DAY and YEAR. Press S3 again and the
display will show 12/24 Hr SELECT. Either the 12 or the 24 will
be flashing indicating the active time format. Change it if you wish by
pressing S1 or S2, and then S3 to select the format.
The next press of S3 returns you to SET TIME T-1 (or T-2). You can move
through the rotation of active digits as often as you wish, stopping when
one you wish to change is flashing. You can move in the reverse direction
by pressing S5 instead of S3.
Press S4 to exit from the Set mode. You can do this at any time (you do not
have to set every item). If no button is pushed for 2-3 minutes, the watch
will automatically return to Time/Calendar mode in the time zone that was
active when you entered the Set mode.
SECTION 6 – USING THE CHRONOGRAPH
The chronograph (or stopwatch) is used to measure elapsed time from a
beginning point; for instance, to time a race. It can be used to record
segments of your training routine to evaluate your progress.
Press S5 (once from Time/Calendar mode) until CHRONO
shows in the lower display. In 2 seconds, this will be replaced
by a screen showing LAP 00 in the upper display and SPL 00 in
the lower with the CHR flag showing between them and a
segment number at the bottom (SEG 1 for example).
NOTE: Any mode title (such as CHRONO) that appears in the display can be
immediately erased by pressing S1, S2, S3, or S4.
If the chronograph is already active, you’ll see the running count, or the
last time at which the count was stopped. Press S2 to stop a running
count, press S2 again to store the segment, and S2 once again to clear the
segment.
To Start: Press S3 to start the chronograph. It will count minutes,
seconds, and hundredths for the first 60 minutes, at which time it will
display hours, minutes, and seconds. After 100 hours, the chronograph will
stop and display “100+ Hr.”
If you are taking a single reading, the lap time (upper display) and the split
time (lower display) will be the same; at the bottom will be the legend S-1
L-1 (Segment 1, Lap 1). You can switch back to Time/Calendar mode and
the chronograph will continue in the background. You can peek at the
chronograph from Time/Calendar mode by pressing S1, but you must go
back into to Chrono mode to operate the chronograph.
To Record Lap Times: With the chronograph running, press S3 to record a
lap time. The upper display will show the lap time and the lower display
will freeze temporarily to show the split time. (Note: lap time is for the last
timed lap, split time is the total elapsed time from the start of the segment).
After 10 seconds, your watch will resume showing the current lap and split
times on the display. To resume showing the current time before 10
seconds have passed, press S4 or S5.
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You can take additional lap readings by pressing S3 repeatedly.
If you take a another lap reading before the ten second delay,
the new lap and split times are still measured and displayed.
Each time you take a lap reading and a new lap starts, the legend at the
bottom of the screen changes (S-1 L-2).
To Stop, Pause: During lap timing, you can end your segment or take “time
out” on the current lap by pressing S2. This will stop your chronograph, but
it will not end your chance to take lap readings for that segment. To restart
the chronograph from where you left off, press S3.
SECTION 7 – HOW TO STORE, DELETE AND RECALL
LAP AND SEGMENT TIMES
To Store, Delete Times: When you press S2 at the end of a
segment (remember that you can stop temporarily within a
lap), you can store the results of that segment by pressing S2
again. The screen will show HOLD-TO STORE and, if you hold
the button for 2 more seconds, the segment, with as many laps as you
have timed, will be stored.
If you press S2 again, the display will prompt you to HOLD-TO
CLEAR with the segment number beneath; holding for an
additional 2 seconds clears that segment. If you have stored
more than one segment and you continue to hold S2, HOLD-TO CLEAR
ALL SEGS appears, and 2 seconds later, all chronograph memory is
erased.
NOTE: If you decide not to retain the information from a just-recorded
segment, you must first store it before it can be erased. You can not
delete individual laps, but only entire segments.
In Chrono mode you can determine the status of available lap memory by
pressing S4. If your current segment exceeds the amount of free memory
(100 laps maximum), you will not be able to store it and pressing S2 will
bring up the HOLD-TO CLEAR message.
To Recall Times: In Chrono mode only, you can recall stored
segment results. Press S1 to recall the recorded times for the
most recent segment. First, the day and date of the segment,
the total elapsed time, and the segment number will de
displayed. Pressing S1 repeatedly will bring up the average lap
time, the best lap time, and the individual lap times in
ascending order for that segment. The next press of S1 brings you back to
the segment total.
If you are recalling a segment currently being timed (and not stored), the
lap times will be displayed in descending order for review.
While in Chrono Recall mode, select other segments by
pressing S5. Each press reduces the segment number by one,
and after S-1, another press of S5 brings up the most recent
(highest numbered) segment. At any time, you can delete the
most recently stored segment by pressing and holding S2.
While in Chrono Recall mode, S2 and S3 will operate for an
active chronograph as described earlier (you can take lap times,
or pause/stop the chronograph) and the display will
automatically change from Chrono Recall mode to Chrono
mode. Press S4 to exit Chrono Recall mode, or, if you do nothing while in
Chrono Recall mode, the display will switch to Chrono mode after 15
seconds.
RCL
SECTION 8 – USING THE COUNTDOWN TIMER
The countdown timer can be used to enter one or more (up to 9) intervals
of up to 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds, to allow a pattern of
intervals to be repeated 1-9 times or continuously, and to start the
chronograph at the end of the countdown(s).
For example, you can set a single interval of a selected length to let you
know by the signal that the time has elapsed. You can set a series of
intervals to count down to the beginning of an event, with the chronograph
set to start after the last interval. You can set multiple or continuous
repetitions of target training intervals during which you want to perform
some exercise or reach some distance mark for warm-up, jogging,
running, cycling, or swimming.
From Time/Calendar mode, press S5 twice to enter Timer
mode. TIMER appears on the display for 2 seconds and then a
display showing the number of repetitions and intervals
programmed, if any.
The first time you enter Timer mode, the screen will show
REPS 1 (repetition 1), 0:00.00 (meaning that no time has been
set for any interval), and the legend INT 0/0 (interval number 0
of 0 – which will change as you enter your choices).
Press S4 to enter Timer Set mode. You’ll see SET NO. OF
REPS and the flashing number 1. You can increase the number
of repetitions by pressing S1, and decrease the number by
pressing S2. This sets the number of times the interval pattern (which you
will set next) will be repeated. You can set the number of repetitions from 1
to 9, or C for continuous. If you leave the number of repetitions at one,
CDS (for Countdown Stop) will appear on the flag line of the display. CDR
(for Countdown Repeat) appears if you set more than one repetition.
Press S3 (forward) or S5 (reverse) to select the next choice.
The display will show YES-NO CHRONO AT END, with NO
flashing. If you wish to have the chronograph automatically
start after the last repetition of countdown intervals, press S1 or S2. The
CDC (Countdown Chrono) flag will appear upon exit from Timer Set mode.
NOTE: If you selected C for continuous countdowns previously, this option
will not appear as the countdowns will never end to allow the starting of the
chronograph. Also note that this option cannot be used if the chronograph
is running: the display will read CHRONO IN USE to inform you. The
chronograph must be reset before going into Timer Set mode.
The next screen to appear when you press S3 or S5 will read
INT 1 0:00.00 SET INT, allowing you to set the first interval.
The 1 will be flashing, if you have more than one interval to set,
you can press S1 to increase the interval number (or S2 to decrease it) so
as to change any interval setting.
Press S3 and the HOURS will begin flashing. Set the hours by
pressing S1 to increase the setting or S2 to decrease the
setting (holding down the button will advance/reverse the digits
rapidly). It is often faster to reach your setting by decreasing the digits than
by increasing them (for example, from 0 hours to 75).
Press S3 to select MINUTES (they will begin flashing) and set them in the
same manner. Press S3 one more time and SECONDS will flash, so you
can set them. Note that you can reverse the order in which the digits flash
by using the S5 button (for example, to move from SECONDS back to
MINUTES).
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When you have set SECONDS on INT 1, pressing S3 again will return you
to the SET INT screen. Move to INT 2 by pressing S1, and set the second
interval as before. You can repeat to set as many as 9 intervals if you wish.
If you skip an interval, INT 3 for instance, and set INT 4, that interval will be
re-numbered to INT 3, as all unset intervals are discarded.
Exit Timer Set mode by pressing S4. You will return to the
original Timer mode screen, which may show, for example,
REPS 3 CDC 5:00.00 INT 1/4 (meaning you are ready to begin
Interval #1 of 4, interval #1 is 5 minutes long, and you have set the timer to
complete 3 repetitions. CDC indicates that the chronograph will start
automatically after the final countdown).
Press S3 to begin the countdown sequence. As each interval countdown is
completed, an alarm beep sounds and the timer display will “pop-up” on
the screen in place of the Time of Day for 3 seconds. If you press S6
during that three-second display period, the “pop-up” display remains on
the screen for another 3 seconds. If you press any other button when the
alarm beep sounds, the alarm “pop-up” display will be canceled.
To review your timer settings, press S1 while in Timer mode (not Timer
Set). The first press shows the number of repetitions set, the second
press shows whether or not the chronograph is set to start at the end of
the countdown(s), and then each additional press shows the time for each
set interval. If the Timer is running, none of the settings can be changed; if
the timer is stopped or reset, you can enter Timer Set mode to change the
settings.
To leave the Timer Recall mode, press S4, or you will automatically leave
Timer Recall if you do not press any other button for 10 seconds. If the
timer was running, you will return to the display showing the countdown. If
the timer was stopped or reset, you’ll go to the SET NO. OF REPS screen.
You can also exit the recall by pressing S5 which returns you to the screen
from which you entered the Timer Recall mode.
To stop the countdown(s), press S2 or S3. To reset, the countdown timer
while it is running, press and hold S2. The display will show HOLD-TO
RESET, and after 2 seconds, all settings are returned to the starting point.
If you press and hold S2 again, the display will show HOLD-TO CLEAR,
and after 2 seconds all settings will be erased. You can enter the Set Timer
mode to program a new sequence of countdown intervals.
SECTION 9 – SETTING/USING THE ALARMS
Press S5 (three times from Time/Calendar mode) to enter
Alarm mode. ALARM will appear in the lower display for 2
seconds, and then the current setting will appear. Initially, it will
show the time zone (T-1 or T-2), dashes in the upper display
where you can enter a date, and 12:00-AM in the middle
display. Alarm mode automatically uses the same 12- or 24hour format as you have selected for the current
Time/Calendar mode (T-1 or T-2). In the 12-hour format, -AM or -PM will
be indicated to the right of the minutes; 24-hour format is indicated by -24
to the right of the minutes.
While in Alarm mode, arm or disarm the alarm being displayed (#1-#5) by
pressing S3. When the alarm is armed, the speaker symbol will appear in
the flag line of the display. To review the alarms on the screen, press S1 to
cycle through the alarm numbers. Each of the 5 alarms can be set to either
time zone (T-1 or T-2), and they can be individually armed or disarmed .
Arm the hourly signal chime by pressing S2. A bell symbol will appear on
the flag line to confirm that the hourly chime is armed. This feature also
controls the switch-press confirmation beep option that works for all
modes except Chrono, for which the confirmation beep is always active.
Press S4 to set a new time for the alarm (#1-#5) showing on the
display. The time zone (T-1 or T-2) will begin flashing. Change
the setting by pressing S1 or S2. This selects the time zone for
the alarm, and the speaker symbol will appear on the flag line in
Time/Calendar mode only when the time zone for the armed
alarm(s) and for the time of day are the same.
Press S3 or S5 repeatedly to select time and/or date, and set
the selection with S1 (increase) or S2 (decrease). If you leave
the DATE and MONTH (in the upper display) blank (showing
dashes), the alarm will sound daily at the time set, unless you
disarm it. Setting a DATE but not a MONTH will cause that
alarm to sound at the selected time on that particular date
every month. Entering a MONTH and DATE will cause the alarm
to sound only once a year. Entering a MONTH but not a DATE
will cause the alarm to sound at the selected time every day for
only that month.
Press S4 to exit Alarm Set mode and lock in the desired setting(s).
When the alarm beep sounds, press any button to silence the alarm sound
(otherwise, it sounds for 20 seconds before shutting off). When the alarm
sounds, the alarm setting “pops up” on the display for you to disarm the
alarm or to set a new alarm. When you press any button to silence the
alarm, you have 4 seconds before the alarm setting “pop-up” display
disappears and you are returned to the previously displayed screen. Press
S3 to disarm the alarm or press S4 to enter Alarm Set mode and enter a
new alarm setting. Once you are done setting the new alarm (press S4 to
exit), the “pop-up” display will show the new alarm setting for 4 seconds (as
confirmation) and then will return you to the previously displayed screen.
NOTE: If the alarm is allowed to sound for a full 20 seconds without being
turned off, a “back-up” alarm will sound five minutes later. This feature
allows you a few extra minutes of sleep, if the alarm is being used as a
wake-up call. The speaker flag flashes in Time/Calendar mode when the
back-up alarm is active.
If the Timer “pop-up” occurs while the Alarm “pop-up” is active, the Alarm
“pop-up” is canceled and the 5-minute back-up alarm will come into effect.
SECTION 10 – USING THE MEMO FUNCTION
Your watch allows you to store up to 10 memos of up to 24 characters
each for appointments, phone numbers, or other reminders.
Press S5 (four times from Time/Calendar mode) to enter
Memo mode. MEMO shows on the display for 2 seconds, then
it is replaced by the most recently entered or viewed memo.
Initially, you will see PAGE 1, MEMO 1, and a row of eight
dashes indicating where characters may be entered. Each of
the 10 memos consists of 3 pages of 8 characters.
To create a memo, press S4. A flashing square marker (called a cursor)
appears over the first dash, indicating that you can place a character there.
Press S1 to advance the character in that position from the dash to digits 09, letters A-Z, and then 8 special characters including a telephone symbol,
blank space, and the dash. Pressing S2 cycles the character set in the
reverse direction. Hold S1 or S2 to scroll through the characters quickly.
When the character you want appears in the first position, press
S3 to enter the character and move the cursor to the next dash.
Repeat the process until the entire memo is recorded (after
eight characters, PAGE 2 appears so you can continue, and after 16
characters, PAGE 3). When you have finished a memo, press S4 again to
store the memo. Any unfilled spaces (dashes) left on the page will disappear
with the storing of your memo. To make corrections, you can move the
cursor in the opposite direction by pressing the S5 button.
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You can view all your memos by pressing S1 repeatedly in Memo mode.
The first page of each memo (#1-#10) will appear in rotation. Press S3 to
view Page 2 and then again to view Page 3 of any memo. Press S1 to move
to the next memo, PAGE 1.
To record a new memo, find a blank memo (one with only dashes on all 3
pages for content), and press S4 as described above. If all 10 memos have
contents, you must clear one to make a space for a new one.
To delete the memo that is showing on the display, press and
hold S2 (you can do this while you’re viewing any page of the
memo). HOLD-TO CLEAR appears, and two seconds later a
confirming beep indicates that the memo has been deleted.
A memo is stored in the space you select for it (not in alphabetical order, or
in order of entry); after recording and deleting memos, it is possible to
have active memos in #1, 2, 4, 5, 8 and 10, with blank memos available in
#3, 6, 7, and 9.
Press S5 to leave Memo mode, and you will be returned to Time/Calendar
mode. When in Time/Calendar mode, you can “peek” at the last memo you
viewed in Memo mode by pressing S2; repeatedly to view the three pages
of that memo.
SECTION 11 – BATTERY REPLACEMENT
BEFORE REPLACING THE BATTERY, BE SURE TO RECORD ALL STORED LAP
READINGS YOU WISH TO KEEP, AS THE MEMORY WILL BE CLEARED
DURING THE BATTERY REPLACEMENT PROCESS.
One battery provides the power to operate your Timex watch. TIMEX
STRONGLY RECOMMENDS TAKING YOUR WATCH TO A LOCAL RETAILER OR
JEWELER TO HAVE THE BATTERY REPLACED. The battery type required for
your watch is indicated on the caseback.
IMPORTANT NOTE: After replacing the battery, touch the "AC" contact pad and the
top of battery (+) with metal tweezers for about 2 seconds to reset watch.
CAUTION: DO NOT DISPOSE OF OLD BATTERY IN FIRE OR ATTEMPT TO
RECHARGE. KEEP LOOSE BATTERIES AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
When installed at the factory, the battery in this Timex watch is estimated to
last 2.5 years. This estimate is based on the alarm being used once per day for
ten seconds and the light once per day for one second. Battery life may vary
depending on your actual usage experience. The use of NIGHT-MODE®, which
causes the INDIGLO® night-light to activate for three seconds with any button
press, may reduce battery life.
SECTION 12 – SERVICE
If your TIMEX watch should ever need servicing, send it to Timex
addressed as follows:
HOTLINE WATCH SERVICE
P.O. Box 2740
Little Rock, AR 72203
For service questions, call 1-800-448-4639.
For your convenience in obtaining factory service, participating Timex
Retailers can provide you with a pre-addressed Watch Repair Mailer.
See the Limited Warranty for specific instructions on the care and service
of your Timex watch.
Should you need a replacement strap or band, call 1-800-448-4639.
© 1995 Timex Corporation
LIMITED WARRANTY
The Basic Coverage: This TIMEX Quartz Digital L.C.D. (liquid crystal display) watch
(but not any battery, lens, band or strap) is warranted to the owner for a period of
ONE YEAR from the date of purchase against defects in manufacture by Timex
Corporation - not by the dealer from whom the watch was purchased.
What Timex Will Do: If this watch develops such a defect within the one year period,
it will be repaired (i.e., a new or thoroughly reconditioned and inspected module will
be installed) or replaced ( a watch of equal value and similar appearance will be
supplied) at our option, provided it is returned with a $5.00 check or money order to
cover costs of postage, handling and service, and you provide proof of purchase and
date of purchase.
This Limited Warranty Does Not Cover:
1) Timex will not repair defects related to servicing not performed by Timex
Corporation or a Timex Authorized Service Center.
2) Timex will not provide any warranty service if your watch shows evidence that it
has been tampered with, misused, abused, or altered; for example:
• moisture damage sufficient to affect the proper function of the watch;
• damage to the case; or
• visible cracking of the lens.
3) Timex reserves the right to charge you for a replacement battery, if the battery in
your watch is depleted. No additional charge will be made unless the one year
warranty period has expired or servicing is necessary for reasons beyond our
control, in which case a moderate charge will be made.
4) TIMEX IS NOT LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental,
special or consequential damages, so the above exclusion or limitation may not
apply to you.
Your Rights Under Implied Warranties and State Law: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESSED WARRANTIES, OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES.
TIMEX LIMITS THE DURATION OF ANY WARRANTY IMPLIED BY STATE LAW,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TO ONE YEAR
FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. Some states do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
Care of Your Watch:
• Avoid exposing your watch to water, steam, or other forms of moisture if it is nonwater-resistant.
• If the lens becomes damaged, have it replaced at once to avoid damage to the
module.
• When your battery is depleted, have it replaced promptly. The particular type of
battery required is indicated on your caseback. You can get them from your local
Timex retailer.
Service of Your Watch:
If your TIMEX watch should ever need servicing, send it to Timex addressed as
follows: HOTLINE WATCH SERVICE, P.O. Box 2740, Little Rock, AR 72203
Because of possible loss, we recommend insuring your watch, return receipt
requested, when using the mails. If you do not obtain a receipt within a reasonable
time, start a tracer through the originating post office. NEVER INCLUDE A SPECIAL
WATCHBAND OR ANY OTHER ARTICLE OF PERSONAL VALUE IN YOUR SHIPMENT.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE MAY SUBSTITUTE A WATCH OF EQUAL VALUE AND
SIMILAR APPEARANCE FOR YOURS ON BOTH IN-WARRANTY AND OUT-OFWARRANTY REPAIRS.
For your convenience in obtaining factory service, participating Timex retailers will be
pleased to provide you with a postage-paid, pre-addressed Watch Repair Mailer.
TIMEX is a trademark and a service mark of Timex Corporation.
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