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Instruction Manual
AROS Night Run: WJ17
Warranty
Product
Warranty period | Date of purchase:
Retailer
World-Wide Limited Warranty
e Warranty term: Two years from the date of purchase
e Your watch will be repaired or replaced (with the same or similar
model) free of charge at our option during the warranty term (see
above) if it should malfunction during normal use as described in the
Instruction Manual.
e This warranty covers the watch itself (movement and case) and the
metal watchband. Other parts than the above are not covered by the
warranty.
e To have repairs and adjustments covered under this warranty
performed, bring the watch, the warranty, and the original receipt
identifying the ASICS watch purchased and the date of purchase to
an ASICS watch retailer or a nearby authorized ASICS service
facility.
e Note that repairs will be charged in the following cases, even during
the warranty term:
a. Failure or damage caused by improper use or carelessness;
b. Failure or damage caused by unjustifiable repair or modification;
c. Failure or damage caused by fire or water, or a natural disaster
such as an earthquake;
. Esthetic changes that occur during use (minor scratches, etc. on
the case and metal watchband);
e. In case the retail store and the purchase date are not indicated on
the warranty, or if this information has been rewritten; and
f. If the warranty is not submitted along with the watch.
©.
e Battery replacement will be charged even during the warranty term.
e Since the battery in your watch is a monitor battery inserted at the
factory to check the functions and performance of the watch, it may
run down in less than the specified period after the date of purchase.
e The case, dial, hands, glass, watchband or other parts of the watch
may be replaced with substitutes if the originals are not available.
e All postage, insurance and shipping costs incurred in presenting or
sending the watch to the service facility are your responsibility.
e Some countries, states and regions do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of consequential damages or limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts so the above exclusion or limitation 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, state
to state, and region to region.
e This warranty warrants that you can receive free repair in
accordance with the terms set forth herein and within the specified
term, and shall not restrict any lawful right of the Customer.
For the locations of the authorized ASICS service facilities, please visit
our website at http://www.asics-watch.com.
SEIKO NEXTAGE CO., LTD.
9-9, Hatchobori 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0032, Japan
SPECIFICATIONS
Measures up to 99 hours, 59 minutes
Chronograph function and 59 seconds 99
Lap/split time
. Up to 150 laps of data can be stored.
measurement function
Backlight function Provided with Night Run function
Timer function 2-Channel Repeat Timer
Alarm function 3-Channel Daily Alarm
Water-proof feature Water resistant 5 bar
Operational temperature
range -5°C — +50°C
Materials
Case Plastic
Caseback Stainless steel
Strap Polyurethane
Glass Acrylic glass
Loss/gain (monthly rate)
Less than 30 seconds at normal temperature range
(5°C to 35°C) (when the watch is worn on the wrist)
Battery Life
Approximately 2 years (Battery life may vary depending on
the frequency of use of any given function.)
Battery
Model Battery
AROS WJ17 CR2025
A
Never operate any of the buttons in water. The watch may
be damaged due to water immersion.
* The specifications are subject to change without prior
notice, for product improvement.
For the locations of the authorized ASICS service facilities,
please visit our website at:
http://www.asics-watch.com
For the US Consumers:
Additional Notation to Obtain Warranty Service
W tv Disclai
We make no express warranties other than as expressly set forth in
this warranty.
WE HEREBY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR INDIRECT,
SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you.
All implied warranties, including, without limitation, implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, which may exist,
are limited to the duration of this warranty. Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitation may not apply to you.
We make no warranties except as expressly set forth in this warranty.
For best results, please read the instructions in this manual carefully before using your Digital Quartz Watch. Please keep this manual handy for ready reference.
NAMES OF BUTTONS
MODE/ADJUST
button
START/STOP DISPLAY Mode changes with each
button button press of MODE/ADJUST.
Press the button repeatedly
o to select the desired mode.
LAP/RESET
button
MODE
SELECTION
LIGHT
button
TIME
Setting of Time/Calendar, Auto-Backlight,
and other items
Seconds digits start flashing.
Seconas to “00”.
SECOND
flashing.
respective buttons are kept pressed.
/(-) digits as desired.
O Keep MODE/ADJUST pressed for 2 seconds.
Press START/STOP or DISPLAY to reset
O Press LAP/RESET, and Minutes digits start
© With each press of START/STOP or DISPLAY,
the flashing digits increase or decrease by one,
am respectively. Digits move quickly
Press them repeatedly but separately to set
ALARM
3-Channel Daily Alarm
(alarm can be set to ring at
three different times of a
day.)
TIME
Time and calendar of two
time zones can be set.
Button operation confirma-
tion sound can be turned
on and off as desired. Ws
Two timers repeat counting
down the respective set
times alternately the number
of times you have set.
CHRONOGRAPH
Both LAP and SPLIT times
are measured.
Up to 150 laps of data can
be stored in memory.
Display positions of LAP
and SPLIT times can be
changed over during
measurement.
£ THROND
DATA
LAP times, SPLIT times, best
lap time, and average lap time
measured in CHRONOGRAPH
mode can be recalled.
CHRONOGRAPH
i Changeover of Displays
With each press of DISPLAY, display positions of
LAP and SPLIT times change over alternately.
Select the display that suits your needs during
measurement .
Upper: LAP
Lower: SPLIT
Upper: SPLIT
Lower: LAP
* Changeover of displays can be made either during
measurement or while Chronograph is stopped.
i Start, Stop and Reset of Measurement/
Storage of Measured Data
O Press START/STOP to start measurement.
* The illustrations here refer to the case where
LAP and SPLIT times are shown in the upper
and lower rows of display, respectively.
J OQ Press LAP/RESET to measure a LAP time. The
measured LAP time and its LAP No. are kept
shown for 10 seconds.
With each press of LAP/RESET, a LAP time is
measured, and a new LAP time measurement is
TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF
YOUR WATCH
| A\WARNING
Risks indicated under the assumption that major
harm is inflicted resulting through unauthorized
Risks and material brakeage indicated under the
assumption that minor harm is inflicted resulting
through unauthorized use.
| A CAUTION
@PRECAUTIONS ON WEARING YOUR WATCH
/AWARNING
e In case you tumble, fall or bump into others with the watch worn on your
wrist, you may be injured by the reason of the fact that you wear the
watch.
e When you make contact with children, especially with infants, they may
get injured or develop a rush caused by allergy.
© Your watch may damage property or malfunction depending on your
actions when wearing it. Special care should be taken.
/\ CAUTION
® When clasping and unclasping the band, you may damage your nail,
depending on the type of clasp used with the band.
@CARE OF YOUR WATCH
/N\ CAUTION
WARNING
® NEVER WEAR 10-bar water-resistant watch during saturated diving and
air diving.
© NEVER WEAR 5-bar water-resistant watch during any type of diving
including skin diving.
/\ CAUTION
® NEVER PUT 3-bar water-resistant watch into water.
® After you use a 10-bar or 5-bar water-resistant watch in a bathing place,
remove salt, etc as soon as possible. If not, the watch may be rusted. If
you rinse the watch under running water, excessive water pressure
applies to the watch, this causing a failure in its water resistance. Always
rinse the watch in a pot or bowl and be careful not to apply excessive
water pressure to the watch.
e If a leather band gets wet, its durability may be affected.
@PLACES TO KEEP YOUR WATCH
When not in use, the watch may be damaged, deteriorated or broken in any
of the following cases:
@ if the watch is exposed to a temperature below -5°C or above +50°C for a
long time, its performance may be impaired or it may stop operating.
© if the watch is exposed to direct sunlight, high temperature or low
temperature for a long time, it may gain or lose in timekeeping.
@ if the watch is exposed to magnetic leakage from TV sets, speakers,
mobile phones, magnetic necklaces, etc., it may gain or lose in
timekeeping.
@ if the watch is exposed to strong vibration, it may be broken or gain or
lose in timekeeping.
e The case and bracelet touch the skin directly just as underwear. If they are left O) if the watch is exposed to chemicals or chemical steam, it may
dirty, the edge of a sleeve may be stained with rust or those who have a
delicate skin may have a rash.
e After removing the watch from your wrist, wipe perspiration or moisture with a
soft cloth. This will prevent the watch from being soiled, this allowing for
prolongation of the life of the gasket.
e Your watch is extremely sensitive to chemicals, including benzine, thinner,
alcohol, detergent and other organic solvents. Keep your watch away from
chemicals and avoid their chemical reaction to your watch. If not, it may be
deteriorated.
<Leather band>
When removing moisture from a leather band, do not rub the band with the
cloth as this may discolor it or reduce its gloss. Be sure to blot up the moisture
using a soft dry cloth.
<Metal band>
Clean the watch band with a soft toothbrush dipped in water or soapy water,
and be sure to blot up the moisture using a soft dry cloth. If your watch is not
water-resistant, be careful not to get the case wet when cleaning.
<Polyurethane band>
If your watch has a soft plastic band such as urethane band, do not leave the
watch under a fluorescent lamp or direct sunlight for a long time, or do not
leave the band soiled. Otherwise, the band may be discolored, hardened or
broken. Also, do not keep the watch in a place where it is exposed to high
humidity, or do not leave the band wet with perspiration or water. Otherwise,
the band may be discolored in a very short time.
When the band is soiled, rinse it in soapy water. Do no use solvents for
cleaning as some solvents may deteriorate the band.
deteriorated or broken.
Examples of chemicals: Benzine, thinner, manicure, cosmetics spray
solvents, cleaners, toilet solvents, adhesive agents, mercury, iodized
disinfectants, insect repellents, etc.
® if the watch is exposed to hot spring water or other special environment
or put in a box containing insect-killer, it may be deteriorated.
@ It is recommended that the watch be put in a clean box or case and
stored in a well-ventilated place.
OPERIODIC CHECK
e We suggest that you have your watch checked every 2 or 3 years by the
retailer from whom you purchased the watch. Depending on how the
watch is used, the lubrication of the watch mechanism may become
insufficient, parts may become worn due to impurities in the lubricating
oil, or the watch may be running noticeably fast or late. Seals, etc., may
also become worn and the watch may stop being waterproof. Take your
watch to the retailer from whom you purchased it for inspection and
adjustment through disassembly/cleaning.
® When replacing the parts such as battery, please specify “GENUINE
PARTS”.
© Itis recommended that the gasket and the push-pin be also replaced
with new ones.
REMARKS ON THE BATTERY
@MONITOR BATTERY
If your watch has a semitransparent urethane band, which is easily discolored, The battery in your watch may run down in less than the specified period
special care should be taken to keep it clean. Depending on the condition of
use, the semitransparent band may be discolored after several months of use.
@®RASH AND ALLERGY
/N\ CAUTION
® Adjust the bracelet or band so that there will be a little clearance
between the bracelet or band and your wrist to avoid accumulation of
perspiration.
e If you are constitutionally predisposed to rash, the band may cause you
to develop a rash or disorder depending on your physical condition.
e The possible causes of the rash are as follows:
1. Allergy to metals or leathers
2. Rust, dust or perspiration on the watch or band
e If you develop any skin reactions, take off the watch and consult a doctor
immediately
OWATER RESISTANCE
Check the dial or case back of your watch for the water resistant quality,
and then see the table below.
Indication for Condition of |Designed and Designed and |Skindiving |Genuine
water resistance use Imanufacturedto — |manufactured |without |diving using
(on the back of withstand the water |for swimming [scuba. scuba or
your watch case) usually experienced [and kitchen heliumgas.
Degree of in a daily living such | work.
water resistance \_|as splashes and ain.
"WATER RESIST"
is inscribed. Water-resistance O x X x
Water
"WATER RESIST | Reinforced resistance O O X X
5 Bar/10 Bar" is | Water Water
inscribed. resistance resistance О О О X
after the date of purchase, as it is a monitor battery inserted at the factory
to check the functions and performance of the watch.
We cannot guarantee the stored data will stay intact when either
exchanging batteries or during repairs. In order to secure from data being
lost, we suggest that you write down any data you would like to keep
beforehand.
@BATTERY REPLACEMENT
@ For battery replacement, be sure to have the battery replaced with a
genuine battery at the retailer or the dealer from whom you purchased
the watch.
© If the old battery is left in the watch for a long time, a malfunction may be
caused due to battery leakage, etc. Have it replaced with a new one as
soon as possible.
(9) Battery replacement is charged even if it runs down within the guarantee
period.
| AWARNING|
® The battery is not rechargeable. Never attempt to recharge it, as this may
cause battery leakage or damage to the battery.
e Do not remove the battery from the watch.
e If it is necessary to take out the battery, keep it out of the reach of
children.
e If the child swallows it, consult a doctor immediately as it will affect the
health of the child.
/\ CAUTION
© Do not leave your watch out of the room temperature from 5°C to 35°C
for a long time. Doing so may shorten the battery life or cause a
malfunction due to battery leakage.
©
Repeat Steps @ and © above to set Minutes,
Hour, Date, Month, Year,12-/24-hour indication,
ON/OFF of Auto-Backlight function”, contrast”,
and the time before “ECO” function is
activated”.
O Press MODE/ADJUST to register the settings
you have made.
* If the watch is left untouched with digits flashing,
the settings you have made are all registered
automatically in 2 to 3 minutes.
O The time/calendar of two time zones (T1 and
T2) can be set.
With each continuous press of LAP/RESET for
2 seconds, the time display changes over from
one time zone to the other alternately. Repeat
Steps O to O above to set the time/calendar of
two desired time zones.
1) Turning ON/OFF of Auto-Backlight function
When the function is turned ON, Auto-Backlight mark (@f= ) is
shown on the display, and Backlight turns on for 2 seconds
each time any button is pressed.
2) Contrast adjustment
Contrast of display can be adjusted.
Setting range: -3 (lowest) — 0 Z 3 (highest)
3) Activation of “ECO” function
—
O Press START/STOP to stop measurement.
O Press LAP/RESET after measurement is
started.
* Up to 150 LAPs of data can be recorded in
memory. When the number of stored LAP data
has reached 150, “FULL” appears for 5
seconds after the LAP time just measured is
kept shown for 5 seconds.
Once “FULL” is shown, LAP/SPLIT times
measured are shown on the display, but are not
Stored in memory for later recall in DATA mode.
* By pressing LAP/RESET while Chronograph is
reset, the number of LAP data that can be
stored in memory is shown on the display.
LAP/RESET
button
Press the button again to restart measurement.
stopped. Measured LAP times are stored in
memory, and Chronograph is reset to
“00” 00700”.
RUN time (Total elapsed time)
If the watch is left untouched without any button
operation for a selected preset time (0, 1, 3, 6 or
12 hours), “ECO” function is activated to turn off
display to save battery power.
* To disable “ECO” function, select “OH.” Display
will not be turned off.
* To terminate “ECO” function while it is activated,
SPLIT time
RUN time
The time required to go the entire run distance from the start to the finish. It
corresponds to the aggregate of each LAP time.
LAP time
The time required to go any given section of the entire run distance.
* SPLIT time refers to the time required to go from the start to any given point of the
run distance.
press any of the buttons. Display turns on again.
* Please note that “ECO” function will not be
activated unless Chronograph and Timer
have been stopped and reset.
i Turning On/Off of Button Operation Confirmation Sound
With each press of START/STOP, “4” mark
appears and disappears alternately. When
the mark is shown, Button Operation
Confirmation Sound rings each time any
button is pressed.
“A 3 mark
The alarm sound can be tested by pressing
both START/STOP and DISPLAY
simultaneously.
DATA
i How to Recall Data
@ With each press of START/STOP or DISPLAY,
RUN No. advances or move back by one,
respectively. Press them repeatedly but
separately to select RUN No. whose data you
wish to check.
With each press of LAP/RESET, data of
selected RUN No. (total elapsed time, LAP and
SPLIT times of each lap, best LAP time, and
average LAP time) is displayed.
MARK
ECO mark
Displayed when
DESCRIPTIONS
CHRONOGRAPH mark
Displayed while chronograph
the “ECO” function Ieee is in progress.
is turned on.
BATTERY mark
Becomes hollow (C3)
to indicate that the
battery needs to
be replaced. Æ — |;
TIME ZONE marke ,/£ ==
Indicates which
time zone is |
selected. 6) TT
N TIMER mark
SO NCHTOŒ À Displayed when
timer countdown
ALARM mark is in progress.
Displayed when A mark
alarm is engaged.
ALARM
i Alarm Setting
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©
©
Displayed when Auto-
Backlight is turned on.
Displayed when button
operation confirmation
sound is turned on.
Night Run mark
Displayed when Night Run function of
Backlight is turned on.
O With each press of LAP/RESET, Alarm Channel
changes over in order. Select Alarm Channel
you wish to use.
O Keep MODE/ADJUST pressed for 2 seconds.
Minutes digits start flashing.
© With each press of START/STOP or DISPLAY,
the flashing digits increase or decrease by one,
respectively. Digits move quickly if the
respective buttons are kept pressed.
Press them repeatedly but separately to set
digits as desired.
Press LAP/RESET. Hour digits start flashing.
Repeat Steps O and O to set Minutes and
Hour, and select Time Zone (T1 or T2) for which
you wish to set Alarm.
Alarm rings according to the time of selected
Time Zone.
Press MODE/ADJUST to register the settings
you have made. Alarm is automatically engaged.
Alarm rings differently from channel to channel.
Select an Alarm Channel, and press DISPLAY.
The Alarm sound of the selected channel can
be demonstrated.
With each press of LAP/RESET, Alarm Channel
changes over in order. Select Alarm Channel
you wish to engage or disengage Alarm.
With each press of START/STOP, Alarm is
engaged and disengaged alternately.
Alarm rings for 20 seconds at the designated
time. To stop Alarm sound manually, press any
of the buttons.
i Deletion of Data
To delete data of a selected RUN
O Press START/STOP or DISPLAY to select
RUN No. whose data you wish to delete.
O Keep MODE/ADJUST pressed until flashing
“CLR” appears. Keep the button pressed
further, and release it when flashing “ALL
CLR” appears. Data of the selected RUN is
deleted.
WE
EUN- DZ
@ To delete all the data in memory
Keep MODE/ADJUST pressed.
CLR”, and “FREE 150” and “- - - -” appear in
order, and all the data in memory is deleted.
“CLR”, “ ALL
G DATA
des
AUTO-BACKLIGHT mark
BACKLIGHT WITH “Night Run” FUNCTION
i Turning ON of Backlight
With each press of LIGHT, Backlight turns on for
2 seconds.
* When Auto-Backlight function is turned ON in
TIME mode, Auto-Backlight mark (<l= ) is shown
on the display, and Backlight turns on for 2
seconds each time any button is pressed. For the
method of turning ON/OFF of Auto-Backlight, refer
o “Setting of Time/Calendar, Auto-Backlight, and
other items.”
Auto-Backlight mark
i Turning ON/OFF of Night Run Function
Night Run Function:
Backlight flashes continuously for 30 minutes for easier viewing of the
watch display during running at night. In addition, use of the plastic
case that passes light makes the whole watch stand out at night as
Backlight flashes, increasing the visibility of the runner wearing it to
support comfortable night running on the road.
Night Run mark
and the entire
By keeping LIGHT pressed for 2 seconds,
Night Run function of Backlight is turned on,
display starts flashing
rhythmically. Night Run mark ( NIGHT QZ) is
shown on the display, and Backlight keeps
flashing and turns off automatically in 30
minutes.
To turn off Night Run function manually while
Backlight is flashing, keep LIGHT pressed for 2
seconds again.
* Even if the mode is changed to another while
Backlight is flashing, Night Run function will
not be turned off.
*
While the setting function is activated in
TIME, TIMER or ALARM mode, Night Run
function cannot be turned on.
If the setting function is activated in TIME, TIMER
or ALARM mode while Night Run function is
turned on, Backlight stops flashing while the
setting procedure is performed. It resumes
flashing when the setting function is deactivated,
and turns off automatically 30 minutes after Night
Run function is first turned on.
*
TIMER
i Timer Setting
Double Repeat Timer:
Timer-1 and Timer-2 repeat counting down the
you have set.
respective set times alternately the number of times
\ © Keep MODE/ADJUST pressed for 2 seconds.
Seconds digits of Timer-1 start flashing.
* Timer setting display will not appear unless
Timer has been reset. For the method of
resetting Timer, see “Start, Stop and Reset of
Timer” below.
With each press of START/STOP or DISPLAY,
the flashing digits increase or decrease by one,
respectively. Digits move quickly if the
respective buttons are kept pressed.
Press them repeatedly but separately to set
digits as desired.
With each press of LAP/RESET, selection of digits
to be adjusted (flashing) can be made in order.
Repeat Steps O and O to set Seconds, Minutes
and Hour of Timer-1 and Timer-2, and the
number of repetitions. By setting “0:00 00” for
Timer-2, Timer-1 can be used alone as an
independent timer.
* From 10 seconds up to 99 hours 59 minutes
and 59 seconds can be set for each Timer.
* The number of repetitions can be set from 1 up to 99.
REFERT
Press MODE/ADJUST to register the settings
you have made.
* If the watch is left untouched with digits flashing,
the settings you have made are all registered
automatically in 2 to 3 minutes.
i Start, Stop and Reset of Timer
© Press START/STOP to start Timer-1. When
Timer-1 has counted down the set time,
Timer-2 starts countdown. When “2” or more
is set for the number of repetitions, Timer-1
repeats countdown as Timer-2 has finished
counting down the set time.
Warning beep starts ringing 3 seconds before
the set time is up, and rings for 3 more
seconds when the time is up.
To stop warning beep manually, press any of
the buttons.
To stop Timer during countdown, press
START/STOP. To restart it, press
START/STOP again.
* Start and restart of Timer can be repeated as
many times as necessary by pressing
START/STOP.
After both Timers have counted down the
respective set times the number of times you
have set, they are automatically reset to show
the set countdown times. To reset them
manually, press LAP/RESET after stopping
Timer countdown.
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