OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS & SETTING PROCEDURES CARE OF YOUR WATCH Avoid Temperature Extremes ■ ■ FOR NON-CALENDAR MODELS ■ Position 1 This is the normal running position. ■ Position 2: Setting the time Gently pull the Crown out from the normal running position. Turn the hands forward to the correct time. ■ Position 1 ■ Position 2 NOTE ■ When the Crown is in this position the battery is disconnected. The Second hand will not start moving until the Crown has been returned to Position 1. (3 hand models only) ■ ■ ■ FOR CALENDAR MODELS ■ ■ ■ Position 1: Normal Running Position Position 2: Calendar Corrector Gently pull the Crown out to position 2 (one click from the running position). To adjust the date turn the Crown anti-clockwise, clockwise to adjust the day. Once the date/day has been set, return the Crown to the normal running position. 1 2 3 ■ IMPORTANT NOTE ■ ■ ■ The Date will start to change at 11.25 p.m. and complete its change by 12 o'clock midnight. The Day will start to change at 12 o'clock midnight and complete its change by 4 a.m. Day/Date models have Bi-Lingual Day settings; if you select English, the watch will continue to display in English. Position 3: Setting the Time Gently pull the Crown out from the running position (two clicks), and then turn the hands forward to the correct time. Note: When the Crown is in this position, the battery is disconnected. The Second hand will not start moving until the Crown has been returned to Position 1. ■ ■ Avoid leaving your watch in direct sunlight or in extremely warm locations for long periods of time: this will cause malfunctioning and shorten the life of the battery. Do not leave your watch for long periods of time in extremely cold places; this may cause your watch to gain or lose time. Should it begin to gain or lose time, place your watch on your wrist to restore its original accuracy. Avoid Wet Conditions Gold watches are not water resistant, wet environments should be avoided. Avoid strong shock Avoid dropping your watch, or subjecting it to any form of severe shock. Keep your watch clean It may become difficult to pull out the crown due to dirt and dust getting caught between the crown and the watch case when the watch is worn for long periods of time. To help prevent this from happening: Turn the crown freely back and forth occasionally, while it is in the normal set position. Avoid Strong Magnetic Fields Keep your watch out of the immediate vicinity of strong magnets. Generally, your watch is not affected by magnetic fields from such household appliances as television sets and stereo equipment Avoid Harmful Chemicals, Solvents and Gases Avoid wearing your watch in the presence of strong chemicals, solvents and gases. If your watch comes into contact with materials such as gasoline, benzine, paint thinner, alcohol, spray cosmetics, nail polish, nail polish remover, adhesives or paint, discolouration, deterioration or damage to the case, band and other components may occur. Safety Note Always be sure to keep watch type batteries out of reach of infants and small children, should accidental ingestion occur, consult a doctor at once IMPORTANT Do not attempt to replace the battery yourself, as this invalidates your guarantee.
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