CAUTION
Before using this watch, read this instruction manual carefully to ensure correct
use. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.
Safety precautions (Instructions to be followed at all times)
This manual contains the following instructions that should be strictly followed at all
times to prevent injury to yourself and other persons as well as damage to property.
■ Injuries and damage that might be caused by using the watch improperly or
neglecting any of the instructions or precautions contained in this manual are
classified with the following symbols.
WARNING
CAUTION
Can cause serious injury or death
Can or will cause minor or moderate in jury or
damage
■ Important instructions that should be followed are classified with the following
symbol.
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Warning (caution) symbol followed by instructions that should be
followed or precautions that should be observed
CONTENTS
A. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW ...............................................................................55
B. USING THE WATCH .........................................................................................................56
C. MAIN COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONS ...................................................................58
D. SETTING THE TIME ........................................................................................................61
E. SETTING THE CALENDAR ............................................................................................63
F. SWITCHING MODES . ......................................................................................................67
G. NORMAL DISPLAY . ........................................................................................................68
1. Time signal chime (Repeater)............................................................................69
2. Calendar display................................................................................................71
H. ALARM I . ...........................................................................................................................72
I. ALARM II .............................................................................................................................75
J. LOCAL TIME (LOCAL TM) ..............................................................................................78
K. LOCAL TIME ALARM (LOCAL AL) ..............................................................................80
L. SECONDS SETTING . ......................................................................................................83
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M. SOUND MONITOR . .........................................................................................................85
N. INITIAL MONITORING ....................................................................................................86
O. INITIAL SETTING .............................................................................................................87
P. MOVEMENT CHECK ........................................................................................................89
Q. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................90
R. USE PRECAUTIONS .......................................................................................................92
S. GUARANTEE AND AFTER SERVICE ........................................................................100
A. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
This analog quartz watch is designed around the normal time, alarm, local time and calendar
functions with a special audible repeater time feature.
• THE REPEATER function lets you determine the current time by simple use of the watch’s
buttons.
• THE CALENDAR adjustment is fully automatic Calendar.
<ALARMFUNCTIONS>
• ALARM I lets you set the desired alarm time quickly and easily. The alarm rings once at the
set time and then automatically cancels the alarm setting after sounding for 10 seconds.
• ALARM II (DAILY ALARM) uses a different sound for morning, afternoon and night.
• LOCAL TIME ALARM (LOCAL AL) rings everyday at the set time.
• THE LOCAL TIME settings can be made in 30-minute increments.
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B. USING THE WATCH
[Main Watch]
Minute hand
[Sub Watch]
Second hand
Hour hand
AM/PM hand
Small second
hand
Hour hand
Wearing the watchband
If the watch is worn too tightly it may be difficult to clearly hear the Watch sounds.
Allow a space of one finger between the watch and your wrist for best results.
Minute hand
Set the Main watch and Sub watch to the current time (See “D. Setting the time ”)
Time signal chime (Repeater) is activated based on the Sub watch. This feature will not
function proerly if the Sub watch is not set.
If there is a one minute time difference (plus or minus) between the time signal chime and the
main watch time setting, reset the Sub watch to the same time as the Main Watch.
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(Example) If the time signal chime is one minute slow, set the Sub watch forward one minute.
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C. MAIN COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONS
Date hand • Alarm ON/OFF hand
Main watch minute hand
Time signal chime (Repeater)
Date set
Alarm ON/OFF
button
Sub watch second hand
Ⓐ
Day hand Mode hand
Normal position
2nd step position
button
Day set Mode
switch
Local time hour hand
Alarm hour hand
Year hand
NOTE: This watch displays
number of years form the leap
year.
Normal
position
Crown
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Crown
Time adjust
Main watch
Hour hand
Sub watch
hour hand
Button Functions
Ⓑ button
Year/Month Set
Year/Month display
mode
Sub watch minute hand
Local time minute hand
Alarm minute hand
Month hand
AM/PM hand
Calendar adjust
NOTE: The AM/PM hand should only be used
to distinguish morning/evening. It should not be
used as a 24 hour time display.
Ⓐ button
1st step
position
2nd step
position
Ⓑ button
* Time signal chime
(Repeater)
* Calendar display
Calendar display
To normal display
To normal display
Alarm Ⅰ setting
* Sound monitor (OFF)
Cancelling the alarm
(ON)
Alarm Ⅱ setting
ON/OFF Switch
* Sound monitor
Alarm Setting
Alarm Setting
Local time setting
Local time setting
1st step position
Main watch small
second hand
Mode
Normal display
Local time alarm
setting
ON/OFF Switch
* Sound monitor
Seconds setting
Seconds setting
Calendar setting
Date setting
Leap year month
setting
Time Setting
Sub watch seconds
setting
Sub watch hour,
minutes setting
* :Press and hold down
Local time alarm
setting
Ⓒ button
Mode switch *Watch
hand initial position
monitor
To normal display
Crown Rotation
Mode Switch
*Watch hand initial
position monitor
Mode Switch
*Watch hand initial
position monitor
Mode Switch
*Watch hand initial
position monitor
Mode Switch
*Watch hand initial
position monitor
Mode Switch
*Watch hand initial
position monitor
Day setting
Main watch
hour,minute setting
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Hand Function
Crown
Mode
Normal mode
Calendar
display
Alarm 1 set
Normal
position
Local time set
Local time set
Local Alarm
set
Second setting
First
step
Second
step
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Calendar
setting
Time setting
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Sub watch
AM/PM hand
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Local time hour,
minute
Local AM/PM
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Alarm hour,
minute
Alarm hour,
minute
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Local time
hour, minute
Local time alarm
hour, minute
(Main watch)
hour, minute
(Main watch)
Day
Alarm AM/PM
ON
ALARM Ⅰ
(Main watch)
AM/PM
OFF
ALARM Ⅰ
Alarm AM/PM
ON/OFF
ALARM Ⅱ
Local time
AM/PM
(at 12 o’clock)
LOCAL TM
Alarm AM/PM
ON/OFF
LOCAL AL
(Main watch)
AM/PM
(Main watch
second)
SEC 0
(Sub watch)
AM/PM
(Main watch
second)
SEC 0
(Main watch)
Date
Year, month
(Sub watch)
hour, minute
Mode hand
(Main watch)
Date
Main watch)
year, Month
(Main watch)
hour, minute
Date
handRotation
(Main watch)
Date
(Main watch)
Day
D. SETTING THE TIME
When setting the current time it is essential to set both the Main watch and Sub watch to the
same time. If the Sub watch is not matched to the Main watch, the repeater will not sound
properly.
<Main Watch>
Hour hand
Minute hand
(1)
(2)
(Main watch)
Day
Mode hand
Small second hand
(1) p ull the crown out to the 2nd step
position when the small second hand
is at 0 position (12 o’clock) and stops.
* When the crown is pulled out the 2nd
step, the mode hand points to “SEC 0”.
At the same time, the date hand
changes to the Sub watch second hand
and moves to the 0 (12 o’clock) position
and stops.
(2) Turn the crown to set the Main watch
to the current time.
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(3) Press the Ⓑ button to set the Sub watch to E.
SETTING THE CALENDAR the current time.
*The time setting advances one minute each
(4)
time the Ⓑ button is pressed. Press and hold
down the Ⓑ button to quick advance the
(5)
hour, minute hand.
NOTE:
The Sub watch hour, minute hand are
synchronized with the AM/PM hand. Watch
AM/PM
the AM/PM hand when adjusting the Sub
watch time setting to ensure the proper
(3)
setting is made.
(4) When the Sub watch second hand is not
Hour hand
Minute hand
aligned with the “0 sec” position, press Ⓐ
button to set it to this position.
Press the Ⓐ button to advance the second hand in 1-second increments. Press and hold
down the Ⓐ button to quick-advance the second hand.
(5) Push the crown in to the normal position at the desired time to start the watch running at the
correct time. At this time, the Sub watch second hand returns to the normal function as the
date hand.
The mode hand switches to indicate the day, the hour and minute hands of the Sub watch
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Second hand
<Sub Watch>
E.SETTING THE CALENDAR
Date
(2)
<Date set>
(1)
Day
Leap year
<Day set>
(5)
(4)
(3)
<Leap year/month set>
Month
(1)Pull the crown out to the 1st step position.
At this Time, the local time hour, minute hands switches to the leap year, month hands.
* The calendar hands advance one increment each time the Ⓐ or Ⓑ buttons is pressed. Press
and hold down the Ⓐ or Ⓑ button to quick-advance the calendar hands.
(2) <Date set>
• Press the Ⓐ button no set the date.
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(3) <Leap year/month set>
• Check the number of years following the leap year for the current year. (See below)
• Press the Ⓑ button to set the leap year and month, The year hand is synchronized with the
month hand.
Reading the leap year display
year 1 year 2
Leap year
year 3
Leap year display
2011
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2015
Year 1
17
Leap year
14
Year 2
13
Reading the day display
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
Year 3
12
The leap year and years following the leap year are
displayed as shown in the diagram. When the year
hand is in the position ●
→ 3 ←● ,the reading is
“the third year following the leap year.”
(4) <Day set>
• Press the Ⓒ button to set the day.
• Pressing the Ⓒ button advances the hand one day at a time.
Quick-advance is not a feature of this function.
Year 3
2019
Year 1
21
16
Leapyear
18
Year 2
The points between the days listed
on the day display represent the days
not listed.
Therefore, the line between ‘Sun’
and ‘Tue’ represents “Monday, etc.
Year 3
20
Leapyear
22
Year 2
Year 1
(5) Push the crown all the way in to the normal position when adjustments are complete.
* The calendar will not function properly operation when the crown is left in the 1st step
position.
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Adjustment-free calendar
This feature lets you use your watch without need to make end-of month or
leap year adjustments.
Example :
End-of month : 11/30 → 12/1 Automatic adjustment
Leap year : 2.29 (Leap year) → 3/1 Automatic adjustment
2/28 → 3/1 Automatic adjustment
Automatic adjustment function (for non-existent date)
If you mistakenly set a date that does not exist on the calendar, you can automatically move the
date to the first day of the next month by pushing on the crown.
Example : November 31 → December 1
Be careful, however, because the day of the week does not change.
F. SWITCHING MODES
Normal display
Mode hand:Day
Press Ⓒ button
Seconds adjustment mode
*about
2 minute
Press Ⓒ button
*about
1 minute
Mode hand: SEC 0
Press Ⓒ button
Local alarm Setting mode
Mode hand:LOCAL AL
Press Ⓒ button
Alarm Ⅰ set mode
Mode hand: ALARM Ⅰ
Press Ⓒ button
*about 1 minute
*about 1 minute
Alarm II set mode
Mode hand: ALARM Ⅱ
Local time setting mode
Mode hand: LOCAL TM
Press Ⓒ button
* : There is no input the watch automatically returns to the normal display.
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G.NORMAL DISPLAY
1. Time signal chime (Repeater)
The feature allows you to tell the current time by the watch’s chime sound.
The normal time display appears as follows.
Example : Base time 10:09:00/1/TUE
Local time AM 7:09
Day
Mode hand
(1)
Date
Time signal
chime
(Repeater)
Base time
(hour)
Base time
(minute)
Base time
(second)
• Press the Ⓐ button to sound the
time signal chime. See “1. Time
signal chime (Repeater)”.
• Press the Ⓑ button to display
the calendar. See “2. Calender
display”
Calendar display mode
(Leap year/Month)
Local time
(hour)
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Local time (minute)
Local time
AM/PM
Press and hold
down for more
than 1 second
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• Crown in the normal position.
* This feature will not work unless the
mode hand is set to day (normal) display.
(1) Press and hold down the Ⓐ button for
more than 1 second to activate the chime
sound. Time signal chime (Repeater)
operates under the 12 hour system.
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(Example)
You want to make the
watch chime sound at
7:32.
1) Hour sound: One high-pitched chime sounds each seconds for
each hour (7 times=7 o’clock).
2) Quarter sound: One high and one low-pitched chime sounds each
second (1/4 HR 2 times=30 minutes).
3) Minute sound: One low-pitched chime sounds each second (2
times=2 minutes).
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By playing the above sound you know the time is now 7:32.
* Press the any button while the chime is playing to stop the sound.
NOTE:
• The chime sound cannot be activated while the calendar is being displayed.
• The time is not set properly if the time display and chime sound are not synchronized.
See “D. SETTING THE TIME”. Day Date
2. Calendar display
The calendar feature displays the date and day of the week.
It is also possible to display the month and leap year calendar indications by using
the watch’s Ⓑ button.
Normal display
Day
<Tuesday,1>
Calendar display
<Tuesday, January, 1, leap year>
Date
Press and hold down the Ⓑ
button for more than 2 seconds
Day
Date
• press any button to manually
return to the normal display.
Local time hour, minute
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Leap year (hour)
Month (Minute)
• Crown in the normal position.
• Press and hold down the Ⓑ button for more than 2 seconds to switch the Local time hour,
minute hands to the Leap year, month hands.
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H. ALARMⅠ
Cancelling the alarm
Mode
Alarm Ⅰ
………… L ets you set the desired alarm time quickly and
easily.The alarm rings once at the set time and then
cancels the alarm setting.
Setting Alarm Ⅰ
• The alarm can be set in one-minute increments.
• AM/PM can be determined with the AM/PM hand.
• Alarm hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the Ⓑ button once to advance the alarm hands one minute at a time.
Press and hold down the Ⓑ button to use the quick-advance feature.
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AM/PM
Alarm ON/OFF
To Alarm I mode
(2)
(1)
• Crown in the normal position.
Alarm time set
Alarm set (4 PM)
(Example) You want to set the alarm for 4PM today.
(1) Press the Ⓒ button to move the mode hand to the Alarm 1 position.
At this time, the hour and minute hands of local time switch to the hour and minute hands
showing current time.
(2) P
ress the Ⓑ button and set the alarm to 4 PM. Always confirm the AM/PM hand to ensure
the proper setting is made.
* When pressed the Ⓑ button the alarm ON/OFF hand indicates the ON state.
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NOTE :
When the alarm is set between 12-12:30 AM, the alarm hand sweeps forward and back in a
30 minute arc and stops at the set time.
This is normal and does not indicate faulty movement.
(3) Press the Ⓒ button 5 times when the setting has been completed the mode hand return to
the day display. (normal display)
Ⅰ. ALARMⅡ
Alarm Ⅱ (Daily alarm)
………… T his feature allows the alarm to
ring everyday at the set time.
[Abut the alarm I]
Alarm I rings for 10 seconds upon reaching the alarm set time. Press any button to stop the
alarm once it has started chiming.
Cancelling the alarm setting
Press the Ⓐ button in the Alarm 1 mode to switch the alarm OFF.
* At this time, the alarm set time returns to the current time display.
* If there is no input for about 1 minute the watch automatically returns from alarm I mode to
the normal display.
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Setting the Daily alarm (Alarm II)
• The alarm can be set in one-minute increments.
• AM/PM can be determined with the AM/PM hand.
• Alarm hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the Ⓑ button once to advance the hands one minute at a time. Press and hold down the
Ⓑ button to use the quick-advance feature.
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Alarm ON/OFF switch
Mode
AM/PM
Alarm ON/OFF
(1)
(2)
To Alarm II mode
• Crown in the normal position.
Alarm time set
Alarm set (6:00 AM)
(Example) You want to set the alarm for 6.00 AM everyday
(1) Press the Ⓒ button to move the mode hand to the Alarm II position. At this time, the Local
time hands switch to the alarm hour, minute set hands and the date hand switches to the
Alarm ON/OFF function.
(2) Press the Ⓑ button and set the alarm to 6 AM. Always confirm the AM/PM hand to ensure
the proper setting is made.
• Pressing the Ⓑ button automatically moves the alarm ON/OFF hand to the ON position.
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NOTE:
When the alarm is set between 12-12:30 AM the alarm hands sweeps forward and back
in a 30 minute arc and stops at the set time. This is normal and does not indicate faulty
movement.
(3) P
ress the Ⓒ button 4 times when the setting is complete to move the mode hand back to the
normal time display.
[About the Daily alarm (Alarm II)]
Depending on the time of day for which the alarm is set, for the watch will
dound 3 different alarms.
• Refreshing sound.......From 4:00 AM to 11:59 AM (14-second chime)
• Vibrant sound............From 12:00 Noon to 5:59 PM (15-second chime)
• Relaxing sound...........From 6:00 PM to 3:59 AM (16-second chime)
Press any button to stop the alarm from chiming.
Cancelling the alarm setting
Press the Ⓐ button in the Alarm Ⅱ mode to switch the alarm OFF.
* If there is no input for about 1 minute, the watch automatically returns to the normal display.
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• Crown in the normal position.
J. LOCAL TIME (LOCAL TM)
Setting Local Time
• Settings can be made in 30-minute increments.
• Local time hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the Ⓑ button once to advance in 30-minute increments Press and hold down the Ⓑ
button to use quick-advance feature.
Mode
AM/PM
To LOCAL TM mode
(1)
Local time (9:30 AM)
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(2)
Local time set
(Example)
You want to synchronize the current time in Tokyo (5:30
PM) with the local (current) time in Paris (9:30 AM)
(1) Press the Ⓒ button to move the mode hand to the LOCAL TM position.
At the same time, the date hand moves to the 31st (12PM) position.
(2) Press the Ⓑ button to set the local time to 9:30 AM.Always confirm the AM/PM hand to
ensure the proper setting is made.
NOTE :
When the local time is set between 12-12:30 AM the local time hands sweep forward and
back in a 30 minute arc and stop at the set time. This is normal and does not indicate faulty
movement.
(3) Press the Ⓒ button 3 times when the setting is complete to move the mode hand back to the
Day (normal) mode position.
* If there is no input for about 1 minute the watch automatically returns to the normal display.
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K. LOCAL TIME ALARM (LOCAL AL)
Alarm ON/OFF switch
Mode
Local time alarm (Local AL)
………… This feature allows the alarm
to ring everyday at the set time.
Alarm set hands
(10:00 AM)
To LOCAL AL Mode
AM/PM
(1)
(2)
Alarm time set
• Crown in the normal position.
Setting the Local time alarm
• The alarm can be set in one-minute increments.
• AM/PM can be determined with the AM/PM hand.
• Alarm hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the Ⓑ button once to advance the hands in one-minute increments.
Press and hold down the Ⓑ button to use the quick-advance feature.
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(Example) You want to set the alarm to sound at 10:00 AM Paris time.
(1) Press the Ⓒ button to move the mode hand to the LOCAL AL position. At the same time,
the Local time hands switch to the alarm hour, minute set hands and the date hand switches
to the Alarm ON/OFF hand.
(2) Press the Ⓑ button to set the alarm to 10 AM. Always confirm the AM/PM hand to ensure
the proper setting is made.
• Pressing the Ⓑ button automatically moves the ON/OFF hand to the ON position.
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NOTE:
When the alarm is set between 12-12:30 AM the alarm hand sweep forward and back in a 30
minute arc and stop at the set time. This is normal and does not indicate faulty movement.
(3) Press the Ⓒ button 2 times when the setting is complete to move the mode hand back to the
day (normal) mode position.
[About the Local time alarm]
The local time alarm will sound at the set time for 16 seconds.
* Press any button to stop the alarm from chiming.
Cancelling the alarm setting
Press the Ⓐ button in the local time alarm mode to switch the alarm OFF.
* If there is no input for about 1 minute the watch automatically returns to the normal display.
L. SECONDS SETTING
Refer to the ‘Seconds adjustment’ entry below for instructions on adjusting the watch.
<Seconds adjustment>
Mode hand
Second setting
(2)
(1)
To SEC 0
mode
Sub watch
second hand
Main watch
second hand
• Crown in the normal position.
Synchronizing the Main and Sub watch
second hands.
(1) P
ress the Ⓒ button to move to the ‘SEC 0’
mode. The date hand switches to the Sub
watch second hand function.
(2) P
ress the Ⓐ button once at the sound of
a time signal to synchronize both second
hands as shown in the diagram below.
(3) Press the Ⓒ button when the setting is
complete to move to the normal display.
(The mode hand displays the day mode)
* If there is no input for about 2 minutes the watch automatically returns to the normal display.
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Second hand position
MAIN WATCH Second hand
SUB WATCH Second hand
0-29 SEC.
Second hand stops.
Movement begins
when Sub watch
second hand reaches
same position.
Second hand returns
to the 0 position and
begins movement.
30-59 SEC.
Second hand
advances to the 0
position and begins
movement.
The minute hand
advances one minute.
Second hand
advances to the 0
position and begins
movement.
The minute hand
advances one
minute.
M.SOUND MONITOR
Sound monitor
…………The sound monitor feature is used to confirm the
alarm sounds in the Alarm I, Alarm II and Local
time alarm modes.
• Crown in the normal position.
(1) P
ress the Ⓒ button to move the mode hand to the alarm mode you want to
monitor (Alarm I, Alarm II, Local time alarm).
(2) Press the Ⓐ button for more than 2 seconds to activate the sound monitor.
<Sound monitor>
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Mode
Alarm ON/OFF
hand
(1)
Mode switch
(2)
Press and
hold down
for more
than 2
seconds
NOTE :
• A larm I will only sound when the ON/OFF
hand is in the OFF position.
• Alarm II: Whenter the Local Time Alarm is set to
ON or OFF, pressing button Ⓐ for more than two
seconds will activate the sound monitor.
Caution should be exercised at this time because
the Local Time Alarm switch setting will also
be changes.
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N. INITIAL MONITORING
O. INITIAL SETTING
Positioning of the watch’s hands……… This feature allows you to check
and confirm the proper position
for each of the watch’s hands.
• Crown in the normal position.
* This feature can be used with the mode hand in any position.
(1) Press and hold down the Ⓒ button for more than 3 seconds
to move the hands to the following initial positions.
Date hand (31 st)
Date hand : 31
Day hand : SUN
Local time : 12:00
AM/PM
AM/PM hand: AM
hand
(AM) If the hand do not move to the above position, see “O.
INITIAL SETTING”.
* If there is no input for about 20 seconds the watch will
automatically return to the normal display. Press the any
Local time (12:00)
button to manually return to the normal display.
If the calendar, local time or various alarm functions to the watch do not
operate correctly, follow the procedures listed below.
* These instructions should always be completed when new batteries are installed.
Day hand
<C hecking the position of
the watch’s hands>
Day hand (SUN)
(1)
Press and
hold down for
about 3 seconds.
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Date hand
(2)
(1)
(2)
(2)
Local time hands
<All reset>
(1) P
ull the crown out to the 2nd step position (mode
hand display:SEC 0).
(2) P
ress and hold down the all buttons
simultaneously for more than 2 seconds.
(3) R
elease all buttons to reset the watch’s hands. Ⓐ
confirmation beep will sound with the completion
of this operation.
AM/PM hand
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<Initial setting operations>
• Crown in the normal position.
(1) Press the Ⓐ button t set the date hand to the
“31” position (12 o’clock).
(1)
(2) Press the Ⓑ button to set the Local time
hand to the 12 o’clock position and AM/ PM
hand to the “PM” position.
(3) Press the Ⓒ button to set the day hand to
(4)
(3)
“SUN” The day hand may not align precisely
with the SUN mark but this does not
(2)
adversely effect normal watch operations.
Set the day hand to “SUN” even if the hand
12:00
PM
appears to be correctly positioned.
(4)Push the crown in to the normal position to complete setting procedures.
The AM/PM hand will automatically move to the “AM” position.
* After setting the hands to the initial position, first refer to section D of the
manual, “SETTING THE TIME” to set the watch hands to the correct time.
Then, refer to section E, “SETTING THE CALENDAR”, and set the calendar to
the correct date.
“Sun”
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P. MOVEMENT CHECK
1. Date hand quick-advances clockwise
* When the date hand quick-advances in a clockwise
direction.
This indicates that the “time setting” between the
Main watch and Sub watch was not successfully
completed.
See “D. SETTING THE TIME” for further
instruction.
(Time setting incomplete warning indication)
2. Date hand quick-advances counterclockwise
* When the date hand quick-advances in a
counterclockwise direction this indicates that the
Initial setting was not successfully completed.
See “O. INTIAL SETTING” for further instruction.
( Initial Setting incomplete warning indication).
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Q. SPECIFICATIONS
1. Model : 6760
2. Type : Multi-hand analog quartz watch
3. Quartz oscillation frequency: 32.768 hertz
4. Accuracy : ±20 seconds per month at normal temperatures 5°C to 35°C
5. Effective temperature range : -10°C to 60°C
6. Converters : Bipolar step motors (4 pcs)
7. Additional features
• Hand display calendar
Day, date (normal display) : M
onth, leap year display dependent on push button switching
Leap year/end-of-month automatic adjustment
• Alarm I: Alarm rings once at set time (Setting is cancelled)
• Alarm II: Alarm rings every day at set time (daily alarm)
• Local time: Hour, minute, AM/PM indication, 30-minute increment settings
• Local time alarm : Alarm rings every day at set (local) time.
Alarm I, II, Local time alarm can all be set in one-minute increments
• Time signal chime (Repeater) : Two different sound chimess for hour, quarter hour and
minute signals are used to indicate the current time
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• Sound monitor : Allows confirmation of all Alarm I, II, Local time alarm sound
• Other : I ncomplete time settings waning indication incomplete initial setting warning
indication
8. Battery : 1 Silveroxide cell Battery No.: 280-44 (SR927W)
9. Battery Life
about 2 years Alarm (10 sec): once/2 days
about 2 years Alarm II (16 sec): once/day
Local time alarm (15 sec): once/4 days
Time signal chime (17 sec): once/day
The life of the battery sec is dependent on the amount of alarm use
10. IC : 1 CMOS-LSI
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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R. USE PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
Water Resistance
• Non-water resistant watches cannot be used underwater or in environments in contact with water.
• Water-resistance for daily use (to 3 atmospheres) means that the watch may be worn while washing your face or
in the rain, but is not to be immersed in water.
• Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 5 atmospheres) means that the watch may be worn while swimming,
but is not to worn while skin diving.
• Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 10/20 atmospheres) means that the watch may be worn while skin
diving, but not while scuba or saturated diving using helium gas.
・Refer to the watch dial and the case back for the indication of the water resistance of your watch.
Thefollowing chart provides examples of use for reference to ensure that your watch is used
properly.
(The unit "1bar" is roughly equal to 1 atmosphere.)
・WATER RESIST(ANT) ××bar may also be indicated as W.R.××bar.
Water-related use
Indication
Name
Watch dial and Specification
Case back
Non-water-resistant watch
Non-water-resistant NO
Everyday-use water-resistant watch
WATER RESIST(ANT)
Upgraded everyday-use
water-resistant watch
Upgraded everyday-use
water-resistant watch
WATER RESIST(ANT) 10/20 bar
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Specification
WATER RESIST(ANT) 5 bar
Water-resistant to
3 atmospheres
Water-resistant to
5 atmospheres
Water-resistant to
10 or 20 atmospheres
Minor exposure to
Moderate exposure to
water(washing face, rain, water (washing, kitchen
etc.)
work, swimming, etc.)
×
○
○
○
×
×
○
○
Skin diving, marine sports
×
×
×
○
Scuba diving using an
air tank
×
×
×
×
Pulling out the crown
when the watch is wet
×
×
×
×
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CAUTION
To avoid injury
• Be particularly careful when wearing your watch while holding a small child, to avoid injury.
• Be particularly careful when engaged in strenuous exercise or work, to avoid injury to
yourself and others.
• Do NOT wear your watch while in a sauna or other location where your watch may become
excessively hot, since there is the risk of burns.
• Be careful when putting on and taking off your watch, since there is a risk of damaging your
fingernails, depending on the manner in which the band is fastened.
CAUTION
Precautions
• Always use the watch with the crown pushed in (normal position). If the crown is of the
screw lock-type, make sure it is securely locked.
• Do NOT operate the crown when the watch is wet. Water may penetrate into the watch,
causing deterioration of water resistance.
• If water enters the watch or the watch fogs up and does not clear up even after a long time,
consult your dealer for inspection and/or repair.
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• If a watch of upgraded water resistance for daily use is immersed in sea water or subjected to
excessive perspiration, thoroughly rinse with fresh water and wipe completely dry with a soft
cloth.
• If seawater enters the watch, place the watch in a box or plastic bag and immediately take it
in for repair.
Otherwise, pressure inside the watch will increase, and parts (crystal, crown, buttons, etc.)
may come off.
CAUTION
When Wearing your Watch
<Band>
• The durability of a leather band may be affected when wet (fading, peeling of adhesive),
owing to the properties of the material. Moreover, wet leather may cause a rash.
• It is recommended to take off the watch if it gets wet, even if the watch itself is waterresistant.
• Do Not wear the band too tightly. Try to leave enough space between the band and your skin
to allow adequate ventilation.
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• The rubber (urethane) band may be stained by dyes or soil present in or on clothing or other
accessories.
Since these stains may not be removable, caution is required when wearing your watch with
items that tend to easily transfer color (articles of clothing, purses, etc.).In addition, the band
may be deteriorated by solvents or moisture in the air. Replace with a new one when it has
lost elasticity or become cracked.
<Temperature>
• The watch may stop or the function of the watch may be impaired in extremely high or low
temperature. Do not use the watch in places where the temperature is outside the operating
temperature range as stated in the specifications.
<Static Electricity>
• The integrated circuits(IC) used in quartz watches are sensitive to static electricity. Please
note that the watch may not indicate the correct time if exposed to intense static electricity.
proximity to magnetic health devices (magnetic necklaces, magnetic elastic bands,etc.) or the
magnets used in the latches of refrigerator doors, clasps used in handbags, the speaker of a
cell phone, electromagnetic cooking devices and so on.
<Strong Shock>
• Avoid dropping the watch or subjecting it to other strong impact. It may cause malfunctions
and/or performance deterioration as well as damage to the case and bracelet.
<Chemicals, Corrosive Gasses and Mercury>
• If paint thinner, benzene or other solvents or products containing these solvents (including
gasoline, nailpolish remover, cresol, bathroom cleaners and adhesives, water repellent, etc.)
are allowed to come into contact with the watch, the may discolor, dissolve or crack the
materials. Be careful when handling these chemicals. Contact with mercury such as
that used in thermometers may also cause discoloration of the band and case.
<Magnetism>
• Analog quartz watches are powered by a step motor that uses a magnet. Subjecting the
watch to strong magnetism from the outside can cause the motor to operate improperly and
prevent the watch from indicating the correct time. Do not allow the watch to come into close
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CAUTION
Always keep your Watch Clean
• Rotate the crown while it is pressed in fully and press the buttons periodically so they do not
become stuck due to accumulations of foreign matter.
• The case and band of the watch come into direct contact with the skin in the same manner
as undergarments. Corrosion of the metal or unnoticed soiling such as that caused by
perspiration and dirt can soil sleeves and other portions of clothing. Keep your watch clean at
all times.
• The case and band of the watch come into direct contact with the skin.
Rust, dirt or perspiration present on the watch's body or band may cause itching or a rash on
your skin.
Such problems may also occur if you have an allergy to certain metals or leather. If you
think there is something wrong, discontinue wearing the watch immediately and consult your
physician.
• Leather bands may become discolored by perspiration or dirt. Always keep your leather band
clean by wiping with a dry cloth.
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CAUTION
Caring for your Watch
• Wipe any dirt or moisture such as perspiration from the case and crystal with a soft cloth.
• For a metallic, plastic or rubber watchband, wash any dirt off with water. Remove the small
amounts of dirt trapped between the crevices of the metallic band with a soft brush.
• If you will not be using your watch for an extended period of time, carefully wipe off any
perspiration, dirt or moisture and store in a proper location, avoiding locations subject to
excessively high or low temperatures and high humidity.
<About the Watch with Luminous Paint>
The paint on the dial and hands helps you with reading the time in a dark place. The luminous
paint stores daylight or artificial light (not including incandescent lighting) and glows in a dark
place.
It is free from any radioactive substance or any other material harmful to a human body or
environment.
• The light emission gradually becomes weaker as time passes.
• The duration of the light (“glow”) will vary depending on the brightness, types of and
distance from a light source, exposure time, and the amount of the paint.
• The paint may not glow and/or may dissipate quickly if exposure to light was not sufficient.
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S. GUARANTEE AND AFTER SERVICE
1. Free guarantee
We guarantee repair free service and adjustment in accordance with the provisions of the
attached guarantee, provided the product has been used normally, for a period of one year
from the date of purchase.
2. Stock period of repair parts
We stock repair parts for each model for a certain period of time.
When an exterior parts such as a watchcase, glass, face, hand and crown is damaged, a spare
parts with a different appearance may sometimes be used.
3. Repair perlod
You can make use of fee-charging repair within the parts stock period after expiration of free
guarantee.
Please take the watch to the store where you bought it and ask whether it can be repaired
because various use conditions may result in much difference in damage.
Moreover, there wil be cases that the recovery of the original high accuracy is difficult when
the accuracy of the watch is reduced after a long period of use.
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4. Periodic Inspection (Charge basis)
You should have your watch inspected (Charge basis) every 2-3 years to extend its life and
ensure safety. When replacing parts, always make sure to request genuine parts.
When it becomes necessary to replace packings and springs, it may sometimes also be
necessary to inspect other parts or to make repairs in addition to replacing the parts.
Please ask for more detailed information on repair or replacement expenses at the shop
where you purchased your watch.
5. Batteries
The battery which was installed in your watch at the factory is a monitoruse battery which
monitors the functions and special features of your watch. You should keep in mind that the
life of your battery could be shorter than the specified period is up.
Even in the event that the battery runs out before the time specified in the guarantee, there
will be a fee for replacing the battery.
6. Other Inquiries
If you have any questions regarding the warranty, repairs or other matters, please inquire at
the shop where you purchased your watch.
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