Timex 222-0950012 Watch User Manual

Timex 222-0950012 Watch User Manual
W223 NA 222-0950012
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TIMEX® WATCHES
Congratulations on purchasing your TIMEX®
watch. Please read these instructions carefully to
understand how to operate your Timex timepiece.
Your watch may not have all of the features
described in this booklet.
For more information, please visit:
Timex.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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How to Start Your Watch
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Water and Shock Resistance
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Indiglo® Night-Light
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Analog/Digital Models
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Multi-Function Models
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Day/Date/AM/PM/Sun/Moon Models
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Chronograph Models
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Elapsed Time Ring
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Tachymeter Ring
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Compass Ring
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How to Adjust Bracelet
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Bracelet Link Removal
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Battery
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Warranty
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HOW TO START YOUR WATCH
WATER AND SHOCK RESISTANCE
To start your watch remove the plastic guard from
under the crown, then press the crown in against the
case. The second hand will begin advancing in onesecond intervals.
If your watch is water-resistant, meter marking
(WR_M) is indicated.
Some deep-depth water-resistant watches require
the setting crown to be screwed in to secure waterresistance. If your watch case has a protrusion with
screw threads, the crown must be screwed in after
setting the watch.
To screw in, push the crown firmly against the
threaded protrusion and hold in while turning the
crown clockwise. Continue to screw in the crown
until it is tight. You will need to unscrew the crown
(counter-clockwise) before pulling it out the next time
you want to set your watch.
Water-Resistance Depth
p.s.i.a. * Water pressure
Below Surface
30m/98ft
60
50m/164ft
86
100m/328ft
160
200m/656ft
284
*pounds per square inch absolute
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 WATERRESISTANT.
1. Watch is water-resistant only as long as crystal,
crown and case remain intact.
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2. Watch is not a diver watch and should not be
used for diving.
3. Rinse watch with fresh water after exposure to
salt water.
4. Shock-resistance will be indicated on the watch
face or caseback. Watches are designed to pass
ISO test for shock-resistance. However, care
should be taken to avoid damaging the crystal.
ANALOG/DIGITAL MODELS
4-PUSHER ANALOG/DIGITAL MODEL WITH
INDIGLO® NIGHT-LIGHT & NIGHT-MODE®
FEATURE
PUSHER
“B”
AB
INDIGLO® NIGHT-LIGHT
Press button or crown to activate light.
Electroluminescent technology used in the INDIGLO® night-light
illuminates entire watch face at night and in low light
conditions.
PUSHER
“C”
CROW N
POSITION
PUSHER
“A”
PUSHER
“D”
PUSHER
“B”
AB
CROW N
POSITION
PUSHER
“A ”
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PUSHER
“C”
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PUSHER
“D”
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TO USE INDIGLO® NIGHT-LIGHT
DIGITAL DISPLAY
1) PRESS pusher “B” to illuminate the entire dial
(Both analog and digital).
1) The Digital display changes to each function every
time you PRESS pusher “A”. (As illustrated below):
TO USE NIGHT-MODE® FEATURE
1) PRESS and HOLD pusher “B” for 3 seconds until
you hear a beep.
2) Pressing any pusher will cause the INDIGLO®
night-light to illuminate and stay on for 3 seconds.
3) NIGHT-MODE® feature will last for 3 hours.
4) To deactivate NIGHT-MODE® feature PRESS and
HOLD pusher “B” for 3 seconds.
ANALOG TIME
TO SET ANALOG TIME
1) PULL the crown out to the “B” position.
2) TURN the crown either way to the correct time.
3) PUSH in the crown to the “A” position.
TIME / CALENDAR
DAILY ALARM
COUNTDOWN TIMER
CHRONOGRAPH
DUAL TIME
TIME/
CALENDAR
COUNTDOW N
TIMER
DAILY
ALARM
START
Press and release MODE
button once.
Press and release MODE
button once.
DUAL TIME
HOUR
MINUTE
Press and release MODE
button once.
CHRONOGRAPH
SECOND
MONTH
DATE
CALENDAR
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TO SET TIME / CALENDAR
1) PRESS pusher “A” to bring up TIME / CALENDAR
display.
2) PRESS and HOLD pusher “D”. HOLD will display
until second flashes.
3) PRESS pusher “C” to reset to second to “00”.
4) PRESS pusher “A” to let hour flash.
5) PRESS pusher “C” to advance hour.
6) PRESS pusher “A” and “C” as above to adjust tens
of minutes, minute, year, month, date, day and
12/24 hour format.
7) PRESS pusher “D” to complete setting.
8) View or select the TIME or CALENDAR to appear
in your digital display.
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PRESS pusher “C” to view the CALENDAR for 2
seconds.
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PRESS and HOLD pusher “C” for 3 seconds until
the watch beeps to change the display to
CALENDAR.
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To view or change the display to TIME, repeat the
steps above.
NOTE: “A” or “P” will appear when the 12-Hour
format is selected.
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Set this time to coordinate with the Analog time
or another time zone.
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PRESS and HOLD pusher “C” for 2 seconds in
setting mode, to activate fast advance.
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WILL
APPEAR
FOR 3
SECONDS
FOLLOWED BY
THE CURRENT
ALARM SETTING
TIME AND TIME
ZONE.
TO SET DAILY ALARM
1) PRESS pusher “A” to bring up DAILY ALARM display: “ALARM” will appear for 3 seconds followed
by the current alarm setting time and time zone.
The ALARM mode symbol “AL” and the applicable
time zone symbol “T1” or “T2” alternate to give
complete information.
2) PRESS pusher “D” to let time zone flash.
3) PRESS pusher “C” to select time zone.
4) PRESS pusher “A” to let hour flash.
5) PRESS pusher “C” to advance hour.
6) PRESS pusher “A” and “C” as above to adjust tens
of minutes and minute.
7) PRESS pusher “D” to complete setting.
8) Alarm is automatically activated after setting
S is displayed.
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NOTE:
When the alarm sounds, it will beep for 20
seconds.
To stop the alarm beep, PRESS any pusher.
PRESS and HOLD pusher “C” for 2 seconds in
setting mode, to activate fast advance.
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TO SET DAILY ALARM OR CHIME ON/OFF
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TO USE COUNTDOWN TIMER
1) PRESS pusher “A” to bring up DAILY ALARM
display.
2) PRESS pusher “C” to activate or deactivate daily
alarm and chime accordingly.
HOUR
MINUTE
SETTING MODE
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NOTE:
a or C will appear or disappear according to daily
alarm activation or deactivation.
N or B will appear or disappear according to
chime activation or deactivation.
The alarm coordinates with the digital time not
analog time.
The alarm will sound only if the digital time zone
(T1 or T2) selected in the Alarm set mode is
currently displayed, as confirmed by the alarm
symbol a or C.
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1) PRESS pusher “A” to bring up COUNTDOWN TIMER
display. “24 HR TR” will appear.
2) PRESS pusher “D” to let hour flash.
3) PRESS pusher “C” to advance hour.
4) PRESS pusher “A” to set tens of minutes.
5) PRESS pusher “C” to advance tens of minutes.
6) PRESS pusher “A” and “C” as above to adjust
minute.
7) PRESS pusher “D” to complete setting.
8) PRESS pusher “C” to start the timer.
9) PRESS pusher “D” to stop the timer.
10) PRESS pusher “D” again to resume timer to the
preset time.
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NOTE:
When the timer counts down to zero it will beep for
20 seconds.
To stop the timer beep, PRESS any pusher.
“T” will appear to designate that the countdown
timer is running.
Countdown time up to 24 hours.
PRESS and HOLD pusher “C” for 2 seconds in setting
mode, to activate fast advance.
TO USE CHRONOGRAPH FOR STANDARD
MEASUREMENT:
OR
1) PRESS pusher “A” to bring up CHRONOGRAPH display; “CH LAP” or “CH SPL” will appear.
2) PRESS pusher “C” to start timing.
3) PRESS pusher “D” to stop timing.
4) PRESS pusher “D” to reset.
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TO USE CHRONOGRAPH FOR LAP OR SPLIT
TIME MEASUREMENT:
1) PRESS pusher “A” to bring up CHRONOGRAPH
display; “CH LAP” or “CH SPL” will appear.
2) PRESS pusher “D” to select LAP or SPLIT.
3) PRESS pusher “C” to start timing.
4) PRESS pusher “C” to record the first Lap or Split
time; digits will be frozen for 15 seconds; “L” or
“S” will flash to indicate that the next Lap or Split
time is being recorded in the background.
5) PRESS pusher “A” to view the running display
while the display is frozen.
6) PRESS pusher “C” to take another Lap or Split.
7) PRESS pusher “D” to stop.
8) PRESS pusher “D” again to reset.
NOTE: CHRONOGRAPH must be reset to zero to
switch between LAP and SPLIT.
Records time up to 24 hours and shows 1/100 of
seconds for the first hour.
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TO SET DUAL TIME:
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1) PRESS pusher “A” to
bring up DUAL TIME
display. “T2” will appear
beside the dual time.
2) PRESS and HOLD pusher “D”; “Hold” will display
until hour flashes.
3) PRESS pusher “C” to advance hour.
4) PRESS pusher “A” to let month flash.
5) PRESS pusher “C” to advance month.
6) PRESS pusher “A” and “C” as above to adjust date,
day, and to set 12 / 24 hour format.
7) PRESS pusher “D” to complete setting.
NOTE:
1) While in setting of any mode, if no pusher is
pressed for 90 seconds the display will automatically return to TIME / CALENDAR mode.
2) While in any mode other than TIME / CALENDAR
mode, whenever pusher “C” or “D” is pressed, the
next press of pusher “A” will automatically return
the display to TIME / CALENDAR mode.
NOTE:
PRESS and hold pusher “C” for 2 seconds in setting mode to activate fast advance.
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MULTI-FUNCTION MODELS
TO SET THE TIME
1) Pull crown all the way out and turn to correct
time.
2) Push crown in to restart.
Note: 24-hour display will set automatically.
AB C
CROWN POSITION
TO SET THE DATE
Instant date change:
Your watch has a normal large face display and three
small faces displaying date, day and 24-hour time.
1) Pull crown out one stop and turn CLOCKWISE
until you reach correct date.
2) Push crown in to restart.
TO SET THE DAY
1) Pull crown all the way out and turn CLOCKWISE
until correct day appears.
2) Push crown in to restart.
Note: You must set day before setting time.
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DAY/DATE/AM/PM/
SUN/MOON MODELS
NOTE: Remember to set time for am or pm (sun or
moon).
TO SET DATE:
DATE
DAY
AB C
CROWN
POSITION
1) PULL out crown to “B” position.
2) TURN crown clockwise to correct date.
3) PUSH in crown to “A” position
TO SET DAY:
1) PULL out crown to “C” position.
2) Advance time 24 hours to change the day.
3) PUSH in crown to “A” position
AM/PM
SUN/MOON
TO SET TIME:
1) PULL out crown to “C” position.
2) TURN crown clockwise to correct time.
Day/am/pm/moon will also change.
3) Push in crown to “A” position.
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CHRONOGRAPH MODELS
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Review all chronographs to determine your watch type
This chronograph watch has three functions:
STOPWATCH
HOUR HAND
PUSHER “B”
PUSHER “A”
AB C
SMALL
SECOND HAND
CROWN POSITION
PUSHER “C”
STOPWATCH
1/20 SEC. HAND
STOPWATCH
SECOND HAND
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The seconds sweep hand shows “seconds
elapsed” for chronograph
TIME, CALENDAR, CHRONOGRAPH
TYPE 1
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Crown position “A”, “B” & “C”
Pusher “A” (right) & “B” (left)
Hour, minute and small second hands (6 o’clock
eye) show time
12 o’clock eye shows “minutes elapsed” for
chronograph
9 o’clock eye shows “hours elapsed” for chronograph
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TIME
TO SET THE TIME:
1) PULL out Crown to “C” position
2) TURN Crown either way to correct time
3) PUSH in Crown to “A” position
CALENDAR
TO SET THE CALENDAR
1) PULL out Crown to “B” position
2) TURN Crown clockwise to correct position
3) PUSH in Crown to “A” position
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CHRONOGRAPH
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The Chronograph is capable of measuring:
Minutes elapsed up to 1 hour (12 o’clock eye)
Hour elapsed up to 12 hours (9 o’clock eye)
Seconds elapsed up to 1 minute (seconds sweep
hand)
BEFORE USING THE CHRONOGRAPH:
Adjust all the chronograph hands to the “0” or 12 hr.
position.
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NOTE: PRESSING and HOLDING either pusher “A” or
“B” will cause the hands to move continually until the
pusher is released.
STANDARD CHRONOGRAPH
MEASUREMENT:
1) PRESS pusher “A” to start timing
2) PRESS pusher “A” to stop timing
3) PRESS pusher “B” to reset
TO ADJUST THE CHRONOGRAPH HANDS:
1) PULL out CROWN to “C” position
2) PRESS pusher “A” intermittently until the seconds
sweep hand resets to “0” or 12-hr. position
3) PRESS pusher “B” intermittently until the hands in
the 12 o’clock eye reset to “0” or 12-hr position
4) PUSH in Crown to “A” position
NOTE: Make sure that the chronograph is stopped
and reset before adjusting.
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CHRONOGRAPH MODELS
SETTING THE DATE
TYPE 2
CHRONOGRAPH
SECOND
PUSHER “A”
CHRONOGRAPH
MINUTE
MINUTE HAND
CHRONOGRAPH
HOUR
7
B
C
CROWN
POSITION
NORMAL POSITION “A”
PUSHER “B”
HOUR
SMALL SECOND
DATE
SETTING THE TIME
1) PULL the crown out to the 2nd position “C”.
2) Turn the crown to set hour and minute hands.
3) When the crown is pushed back to the normal
position “A”, small second hand begins to run.
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1) PULL the crown out to the 1st position “B”.
2) Turn the crown counter-clockwise to set the date.
*If the date is set between the hours of around
9:00 PM and 1:00 AM, the date may not change
on the following day.
3) After the date has been set, push the crown back
to the normal position “A”.
USING THE CHRONOGRAPH
This chronograph is able to measure and display
time in 1/1 second up to maximum of 11 hours
59 minutes 59 seconds. The chronograph second
hand keeps continuously for 11 hours 59 minutes
59 seconds after starting.
MEASURING TIME WITH THE
CHRONOGRAPH
1) The chronograph can be started and stopped
each time pusher “A” is pressed.
2) Pressing pusher “B” resets the chronograph and
the chronograph second hand, chronograph
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minute hand, and chronograph hour hand return
to zero position.
TIME MEASUREMENT
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STOP
*Do not push crown to normal position while the
chronograph second hand returns to zero position.
It stops on the way when crown is returned to
normal position and its position is recognized as
zero position.
CHRONOGRAPH RESET
(INCL. AFTER REPLACING BATTERY)
This procedure should be performed when the
chronograph second hand does not return to zero
position after the chronograph has been reset,
including after the battery has been replaced.
1) Pull the crown out to the 2nd position “C”.
2) Press pusher “A” to set the chronograph second
hand to the zero position. The chronograph hand
can be advanced rapidly by continuously pressing
pusher “A”.
3) Once the hand returns to zero position, return the
crown to the normal position.
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TIME
TO SET THE TIME:
TYPE 3
MINUTE
PUSHER “A”
CHRONOGRAPH
MINUTE
CHRONOGRAPH
1/20 SECOND
CROWN
POSITION
你
D A
HOUR
CHRONOGRAPH
SECOND
B
C
PUSHER “B”
DATE
SECOND
BASIC OPERATIONS
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6 o’clock eye shows seconds.
10 o’clock eye shows “minutes elapsed” for
chronograph.
2 o’clock eye shows “1/20 seconds elapsed” for
chronograph.
Chronograph second hand shows “seconds
elapsed” for chronograph.
1. PULL crown out to “C” position.
2. TURN crown either way to correct time.
3. PUSH crown in to “A” position.
TO ADJUST TO A NEW TIME ZONE:
1. PULL crown out to “B” position.
2. TURN crown either way to move the hour hand in
hour increments.
CALENDAR
TO SET THE CALENDAR:
1. PULL crown out to “B” position.
2. TURN crown either way to move hour hand. Two
complete revolutions relative to the 12 o’clock
position will move the date forward or backward.
This will correct both date and 24-hour time.
3. PUSH crown in to “A” position.
NOTE: The date changes automatically every 24
hours.
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CHRONOGRAPH
THE CHRONOGRAPH IS CAPABLE OF
MEASURING:
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1/20 seconds elapsed up to 1 second (2 o’clock
eye).
Seconds elapsed up to 1 minute (chronograph
second hand).
Minutes elapsed up to 30 minutes (10 o’clock
eye).
NOTE: Chronograph will operate continuously for
4 hours, after which it will automatically stop and
reset.
NOTE: The 1/20th of a second hand does not
move during chronograph function, the 1/20th
seconds are indicated when chronograph is
stopped and not yet reset.
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TO ADJUST CHRONOGRAPH HANDS:
1. PULL crown out to “B” position.
2. PRESS pusher “B” until the hand at the 10 o’clock
eye resets to the “30” position.
3. PULL crown out to “C” position.
4. PRESS pusher “A” until the chronograph second
hand resets to the “0” or “60” or 12-hour position.
5. PRESS pusher “B” until the hand at the 2 o’clock
eye resets to the “0” position.
6. PUSH in Crown to “A” position.
NOTE:
• Make sure the chronograph is stopped and reset
before adjusting.
• PRESSING and HOLDING either pusher “A” or “B”
for 2 seconds will cause the hands to move
continuously until the pusher is released.
BEFORE USING THE CHRONOGRAPH, adjust all
the chronograph hands to the “0” or 12-hour
positions.
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STANDARD CHRONOGRAPH
MEASUREMENT:
1. PRESS pusher “A” to start timing.
2. PRESS pusher “A” to stop timing.
3. PRESS pusher “B” to reset.
SPLIT TIME MEASUREMENT:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
pusher “A” to start timing.
pusher “B” to split.
pusher “B” to resume timing.
pusher “A” to stop timing.
pusher “B” to reset.
INDIGLO® NIGHT-LIGHT
With the crown in the “A” position, PUSH crown to
the “D” position. Entire dial will be illuminated.
Electroluminescent
technology used in INDIGLO® night-light
illuminates entire watch face at night and in low light
conditions.
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NIGHT-MODE® FEATURE
TO USE NIGHT-MODE® FEATURE:
1. PUSH and HOLD Crown to “D” position for 4 seconds to activate NIGHT-MODE® feature.
PRESSING any pusher will
cause the INDIGLO® night-light to stay on for 3
seconds.
2. NIGHT-MODE® feature will last for 8 hours.
3. Or PUSH and HOLD Crown to “D” position for 4
seconds to deactivate Night-Mode® feature.
IF STOPWATCH HANDS DO NOT RETURN TO
“0 POSITION” WHEN THE STOPWATCH IS
RESET:
1) PULL crown out to “B” position
2) PRESS pushers “A” or “B” repeatedly to move
hands to “0” position
3) PUSH in crown to “A” position
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TYPE 4
SECOND HAND
PUSHER “A”
HOUR HAND
MINUTE HAND
CROWN
POSITION
1
2
NORMAL POSITION “1”
PUSHER “B”
24-HOUR HAND
STOPWATCH
SECOND HAND
BASIC OPERATIONS
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6 o’clock eye displays “seconds elapsed” for the
chronograph
9 o’clock eye displays “minutes elapsed” for the
chronograph
3 o’clock eye displays the current time in a
24 hour format
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STOPWATCH
MINUTE HAND
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TO SET THE TIME:
NOTE: The stopwatch must be stopped and reset to
the zero position prior to setting the time.
1. Pull the crown out to position 2.
2. Rotate the crown either direction until the
24-hour, hour, and minute hands display the
correct time.
3. Push Crown in to position 1.
TO ADJUST THE STOPWATCH HANDS TO
THE ZERO POSITION:
1. Pull the crown out to position 2.
2. Press pusher “A” to move the stopwatch minute
and second hands counter clockwise to the zero
position. Press pusher “B” to move the stopwatch minute and second hands clockwise to the
zero position.
3. Push Crown in to position 1.
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CHRONOGRAPH
THE CHRONOGRAPH IS CAPABLE OF
MEASURING:
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Seconds elapsed up to one minute (6 o’clock eye)
Minutes elapsed up to one hour (9 o’clock eye)
STANDARD CHRONOGRAPH
MEASUREMENT
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Press pusher “A” to start timing
Press pusher “A” to stop timing
Press pusher “B” to reset the chronograph to the
zero position
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ELAPSED TIME RING
If your watch is equipped with a rotatable outer ring
on the face, with numbers corresponding to minutes,
you can use this Elapsed Time Ring to time an activity
from the start, or to mark the ending time for the
duration of an activity.
TO TIME AN ACTIVITY FROM THE START:
Set the Start/Stop triangle at the time (hour or
minute) when you start the activity (As shown on the
left in the illustration shown below). At completion,
you can see how long the activity took.
SPLIT TIME MEASUREMENT
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Press pusher “A” to start timing
Press pusher “B” to split
Press pusher “B” to resume timing
Press pusher “A” to stop timing
Press pusher “B” to reset the chronograph to the
zero position
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TO MEASURE THE TIME REMAINING:
Set the triangle to the hour or minute position when
you wish to complete the activity, and check the
watch periodically for progress towards that goal.
In the illustration shown on the previous page on the
right you can stop when the minute hand reaches
the 20 minutes past the hour position.
TACHYMETER RING
The tachymeter feature can be used to measure
speed in miles per hour (MPH), nautical miles per
hour (knots) or kilometers per hour (KPH) using the
sweep second hand and the scale on the wall above
the watch face. You need to know the actual distance you are covering in miles or km.
Start the chronograph with the second hand at zero
(the twelve o’clock position). Within the first minute,
the second hand will point to the rate for a one-mile
(or one kilometer) course: if it takes 45 seconds, the
hand will point to 80 at that position – 80 MPH
or 80 KPH.
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If within the first minute, a distance greater than one
mile or kilometer is covered, multiply the tachymeter
number by the distance to get the actual rate: if you
went 1.2 miles in 45 seconds, multiply the 80 by
1.2 – 96 MPH.
COMPASS RING
If your watch is equipped
with a movable ring around
the dial marked at the letters “N”, “E”, “W”, “S” (for
the four compass directions) or compass degrees,
you can use this feature to
find an approximate compass
directional reading.
1) Lay the watch on a flat surface,
or hold it so that the face is
parallel to the ground.
2) Locate the sun and point the
hour hand at the sun.
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3) In the A.M., rotate the ring until the “S” (south)
marker is halfway between the hour hand and
12:00 (after the hour hand or within the shortest
distance between the hour hand and 12:00).
4) In the P.M., rotate the ring until “S” is before the
hour hand and halfway between the hour hand
and 12:00.
How to Adjust Bracelet
(Variations of the following bracelet sections apply to
all watch models).
SLIDING CLASP BRACELET
1 Open locking plate.
2. Move clasp to desired
bracelet length.
3. Exert pressure while holding
locking plate and slide clasp
back and forth until it
engages in grooves on underside of bracelet.
4. Press locking plate down until it snaps closed.
Clasp can be damaged if excessive force is used.
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FOLDOVER CLASP
BRACELET
1. Find spring bar that connects bracelet to clasp.
2. Using a pointed tool, push
in spring bar and gently
twist bracelet to disengage.
3. Determine wrist size, then
insert spring bar in correct
bottom hole.
4. Push down on spring bar,
align with top hole and
release to lock in place.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
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BRACELET LINK REMOVAL
BATTERY
REMOVING LINKS:
Timex strongly recommends that a retailer or jeweler
replace battery. If applicable, push reset button when
replacing battery. Battery type is indicated on caseback. Battery life estimates are based on certain
assumptions regarding usage; battery life may vary
depending on actual usage.
1. Place bracelet upright
and insert pointed tool
in opening of link.
2. Push pin forcefully in
direction of arrow until
link is detached (pins
are designed to be difficult to remove).
3. Repeat until desired number of links are removed.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF BATTERY IN FIRE. DO NOT
RECHARGE. KEEP LOOSE BATTERIES AWAY
FROM CHILDREN.
RE-ASSEMBLY:
1. Rejoin bracelet parts.
2. Push pin back into link
in opposite direction of
arrow.
3. Press pin down
securely into bracelet
until it is flush.
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TIMEX INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY
Your TIMEX® watch is warranted against manufacturing
defects by Timex Group USA, Inc. for a period of ONE YEAR
from the original purchase date. Timex and its worldwide
affiliates will honor this International Warranty.
Please note that Timex may, at its option, repair your
watch by installing new or thoroughly reconditioned and
inspected components or replace it with an identical or
similar model. IMPORTANT — PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER DEFECTS OR DAMAGES TO
YOUR WATCH:
1) after the warranty period expires;
2) if the watch was not originally purchased from an
authorized Timex retailer;
3) from repair services not performed by Timex;
4) from accidents, tampering or abuse; and
5) lens or crystal, strap or band, watch case, attachments or battery. Timex may charge you for replacing
any of these parts.
THIS WARRANTY AND THE REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN
ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TIMEX IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some countries and states
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do not allow limitations on implied warranties and do not
allow exclusions or limitations on damages, so these limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which
vary from country to country and state to state.
To obtain warranty service, please return your watch to
Timex, one of its affiliates or the Timex retailer where the
watch was purchased, together with a completed original
Watch Repair Coupon or, in the U.S. and Canada only, the
completed original Watch Repair Coupon or a written
statement identifying your name, address, telephone number and date and place of purchase. Please include the following with your watch to cover postage and handling
(this is not a repair charge): a US$ 8.00 check or money
order in the U.S.; a CAN$7.00 cheque or money order in
Canada; and a UK£2.50 cheque or money order in the U.K.
In other countries, Timex will charge you for postage and
handling. NEVER INCLUDE A SPECIAL WATCHBAND OR ANY
OTHER ARTICLE OF PERSONAL VALUE IN YOUR SHIPMENT.
For additional warranty information please call one of the
numbers listed below:
Asia +852 27407311; Brazil +55 (11) 5572 9733; U.S.
+1 800 448 4639; Canada 1 800 263 0981; the Caribbean,
Bermuda and the Bahamas +1 501 370 5775 (U.S.); France
+33 3 81 63 42 00; Germany/Austria +43 662 889 2130;
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Mexico and Central America 01 800 01 06000 (U.S.);
Portugal +351 212 555 460; UK, Middle East and Africa +44
20 8687 9620
For other areas, please contact your local Timex retailer or
Timex distributor for warranty information. In Canada, the
U.S. and in certain other locations, participating Timex
retailers can provide you with a postage-paid, preaddressed Watch Repair Mailer for your convenience in
obtaining factory service.
EXTENDED WARRANTY
Available in U.S. only. Extend your warranty for an
additional 4 years from date of purchase for $5. You can
pay with AMEX, Discover, Visa or MasterCard by calling
1 800-448-4639 during normal business hours. Payment
must be made within 30 days of purchase. Name, address,
telephone number, purchase date, and 5-digit model
number required. You can also mail a check for $5 to:
Timex Extended Warranty, P.O. Box 1676, Dept. EF,
Little Rock, AR 72203.
©2009 Timex Group USA, Inc. TIMEX and NIGHT-MODE are
registered trademarks of Timex Group USA, Inc. INDIGLO is
a registered trademark of Indiglo Corporation in the US
and other countries.
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