Operation Guide 5513 - Support

MA1708-EA
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Operation Guide 5513
Contents
Basic Operations
Watch Face Items
Navigating Between Modes
Mode Overview
Using the Crown
Hand and Day Indicator Movement
Solar Charging
Using Mobile Link with a Mobile
Phone
Getting Ready
Watch Settings
Setting the Time/Date
Configuring Dual Time Settings
Swapping Your Current Location Time and
Dual Time Settings
Stopwatch
Measuring
Measuring a Split Time
Timer
Setting the Time
Using the Timer
A Installing applications
B Configuring Bluetooth Settings
C Pairing the watch with a phone
Auto Time Adjustment
Configuring World Time Settings
Alarm
Configuring Alarm Settings
Turning an Alarm On or Off
Stopping an Alarm
Configuring Timer Settings
Setting the Alarm
Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator Alignment
Phone Finder
Configuring Watch Settings
Returning the Watch to Its Factory Default
Light
Turning On the Illumination Light
Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator
Alignment
Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator Alignment
Settings
Changing the Home City Summer Time Setting
Checking the Watch Charge Level
Connection
Connecting with a Phone
Moving to Another Time Zone
Other Information
Summer Time Switching
Canceling a Connection with a Phone
Supported Phone Models
Using the Watch in a Medical Facility or
Aircraft
Specifications
Unpairing
Mobile Link Precautions
After Purchasing Another Phone
Copyrights and Registered Copyrights
Troubleshooting
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Basic Operations
This section provides an overview of the watch
and its operations.
Navigating Between Modes
Note
●
● Calendar Mode
Press (A) to cycle between modes.
●
Hold down (A) for about two seconds to
enter the Calendar Mode.
Calendar Mode
The illustrations included in this
operation guide have been created
to facilitate explanation. An
illustration may differ somewhat
from the item it represents.
Mode Overview
In this mode, the main hour and minute hands
indicate the current time in your current
location (Home City), while the dial hour and
minute hands show another time (Dual Time).
Battery level indicator
①
Illumination
30
A
A
②
30
Charge level
Watch Face Items
①
②
③
④
Alarm Mode
Stopwatch Mode
④
③
⑦
⑧
⑤
⑥
A A / P marks
When configuring time settings in your current
location (Home City), the second hand
indicates whether it is an a.m. time or a p.m.
time.
“A”: AM
“P”: PM
B ALM mark
In the Alarm Mode, the mode hand points to
“ALM”.
C TMR mark
In the Timer Mode, the mode hand points to
“TMR”.
A
B Current second in your current location
(Home City)
C Dual Time
● Connecting with a Phone
Hold down (C) for about two seconds to
establish a connection with a phone.
●
●
To disconnect, press any other button.
The watch cannot connect with a phone
while a stopwatch measurement or timer
operation is in progress.
Before connection
After connection
C
Any button
D Dual Time 24-hour hand
The hand points to the A-side for a.m. times,
and to the P-side for p.m. times.
Battery level indicator :
Movement synchronized with Dual Time
minutes.
Checking the Charge Level
Press (D) to have the Battery level indicator
indicate the remaining battery level.
l Checking the Charge Level
Swapping the Current Location Time and
World Time
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E C mark
When the watch is connected with a phone,
the second hand points to “C”.
A
30
D STW mark
In the Stopwatch Mode, the mode hand points
to “STW”.
A Current day of the week in your current
location (Home City)
Timer Mode
Hold down (B) for about three seconds.
Phone Finder
Hold down (D) for about 1.5 seconds.
F R mark
When the watch is standing by for connection
with a phone, the second hand points to “R”.
G Day of week
In the Calendar Mode, the mode hand points
to the current day of the week.
H Alarm settings
In the Alarm Mode, the second hand indicates
if the alarm is enabled or disabled.
“ON”: Alarm enabled
“OFF”: Alarm disabled
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● Stopwatch Mode
● Alarm Mode
In this mode, the main hour and minute hands
indicate the current time in your current
location (Home City), while the other hands
show elapsed time as measured by the
stopwatch.
In this mode, the main hour and minute hands
indicate the current time in your current
location (Home City), while the dial hour and
minute hands show the alarm time setting.
Battery level indicator
Battery level indicator
Using the Crown
The watch’s crown is a screw-in (screw lock)
type. To use the crown, you first need to rotate
it towards you (leftwards) to loosen it.
Crown
①
Illumination
①
Start/Stop
30
30
Split/Reset
③
④
③
②
Enabling/
Disabling the
Alarm
②
A Alarm enable/disable
The second hand will point to “ON” while the
alarm is turned on, and to “OFF” while it is
turned off.
l Turning an Alarm On or Off
A Stopwatch seconds
B Stopwatch hours
C Stopwatch minutes
D Stopwatch 24-hour hand
The hand points to the A-side for hours 0
through 11, and to the P-side for hours 12
through 23.
Battery level indicator :
Movement synchronized with Stopwatch
minutes.
● Timer Mode
B Alarm time
Loosen
● Pulling Out and Pushing In the Crown
To perform a crown operation, pull it out to the
first or second click and then rotate it. Do not
pull the crown with too much force.
First click
Normal timekeeping
Second click
C Alarm 24-hour hand
The hand points to the A-side for a.m. times,
and to the P-side for p.m. times.
Battery level indicator :
Indicates alarm on/off status.
Important!
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The main hour and minute hands indicate the
current time.
The second hand, and the small hour and
minute hands indicate the current countdown
time.
Battery level indicator
To prevent loss of water resistance
and/or damage due to impact, be
sure to screw the crown in by rotating
it away from you as you push it in.
Screw in
①
Start/Stop
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Reset
④
③
②
When pushing the crown back in,
take care not to apply too much
force.
A Timer seconds
B Timer minutes
C Timer hours
D Timer 24-hour hand
The hand points to the A-side for hours 0
through 11, and to the P-side for hours 12
through 23.
Battery level indicator :
Movement synchronized with Timer minutes.
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● Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
After pulling out the crown, rotating it quickly
in succession in either direction will cause the
hands to move forward or back at high speed.
While the hands are moving forward at high
speed, quickly rotating the crown in
succession again will increase the speed even
further.
● Stopping Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
Rotate the crown in the direction opposite that
of the ongoing operation or press any button.
● Checking the Charge Level
Solar Charging
This watch runs on power supplied from a
rechargeable (secondary) battery that is
charged by a solar panel. The solar panel is
integrated into the face of the watch, and
power is generated whenever the face is
exposed to light.
You can determine the watch’s current charge
level by checking the Battery level indicator.
1. Hold down (A) for about two seconds.
This will cause the watch to enter the
Calendar Mode.
Battery level indicator
● Charging the Watch
When you are not wearing the watch, put it in
a location where it is exposed to bright light.
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Note
●
If you do not perform any operation
for about two minutes after pulling
out the crown, crown operations will
automatically become disabled. If
that happens, push the crown back
in and then pull it out again.
2. Press (D).
This will cause the Battery level indicator
to show the current charge level.
While you are wearing the watch, make sure
that its face (solar panel) is not blocked from
the light by the sleeve of your clothing. Power
generation efficiency is reduced even when
the face of the watch is blocked only partially.
Hand and Day Indicator
Movement
YES
NO
Low Battery
Good (medium charge)
Mode hand
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Day indicator
● Mode Hand and Day Indicator
Movement
Changing the day setting of the watch will also
cause the mode hand to move.
● Day
●
●
It can take anywhere from about 15 to 30
seconds for the day indicator to change after
timekeeping reaches midnight. The mode
hand moves as the day indicator changes.
The day indicator will not change while a
time measurement operation is in progress
in the Stopwatch Mode.
Important!
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Good (high charge)
Depending on light intensity and
local conditions, the watch may
become hot to the touch when
exposed to light for charging. Take
care to avoid burn injury after
charging. Also, avoid charging the
watch under high-temperature
conditions like the ones described
below.
ー On the dashboard of a vehicle
parked in the sun
ー Near an incandescent light bulb or
other source of heat
ー Under direct sunlight or in other
hot areas for long periods
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● Remaining Charge and Dead Battery
● Charging Time Guidelines
● Power Saving
You can determine if the charge level is low by
checking the hand movement. Functions
become disabled as battery power goes low.
The table below shows guidelines for
approximate charging times.
Leaving the watch in a dark location for about
one hour between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6
a.m. will cause the second hand to stop, and
the watch to enter Level 1 power saving. If the
watch is left in this condition for six or seven
days, all hands will stop at 12 o’clock and the
watch will enter Level 2 power saving.
Required Charging Time for 1-day Use
Important!
●
Light Level (Lux)
Time Required to Achieve Next Charge
Level
Note
●
50,000
10,000
5,000
500
Should battery go low or go dead,
expose the face (solar panel) to light
as soon as possible.
Approximate
Charging Time
8 minutes
30 minutes
48 minutes
8 hours
Exposing the watch face to light after
the battery goes dead will cause the
second hand to revolve
counterclockwise until it stops at
second 57. This indicates charging
has started.
Low Battery Power
●
2 hours
Recovering from Power Saving Operation
Medium charge n High
charge
16 hours
Press any button or place the watch in a welllit area to recover from power saving.
High charge n Full charge
5 hours
5 hours
Medium charge n High
charge
61 hours
High charge n Full charge
17 hours
●
Dead Battery
All hands and the day indicator are stopped.
Overcast day, near a window (5,000 lux)
Dead battery n Medium
charge
8 hours
Medium charge n High
charge
99 hours
High charge n Full charge
27 hours
●
1
Sunny day, near a window (10,000 lux)
Dead battery n Medium
charge
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Second hand
Level 2 :
The following operations are stopped to save
power: all hand movement (excluding the day
indicator), Bluetooth connection, and alarm
alerts.
Dead battery n Medium
charge
●
The second hand jumps at two-second
intervals.
Sunny day, outdoors (50,000 lux)
Level 1 :
Second hand stops to save power.
Indoor fluorescent lighting (500 lux)
Dead battery n Medium
charge
85 hours
Medium charge n High
charge
-
High charge n Full charge
-
Note
The charge level is indicated by the
Battery level indicator.
l Checking the Charge Level
●
●
Actual charging time depends on the
local charging environment.
Using Mobile Link with
a Mobile Phone
While there is a Bluetooth connection
between the watch and phone, the watch time
setting is adjusted automatically in
accordance with the phone’s time setting. You
can also change the watch’s time settings.
Note
●
●
This function is available only while
G-SHOCK Connected is running on
the phone.
This section describes watch and
phone operations.
X : Watch operation
Y : Phone operation
Getting Ready
A Installing applications
To use the watch with a phone, first tap one of
the links below and install the “G-SHOCK
Connected” app on the phone.
● iOS (iPhone) Users
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/g-shockconnected/id1179983841?mt=8
● AndroidTM (GALAXY, etc.) Users
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?
id=com.casio.gshockconnected
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B Configuring Bluetooth Settings
Important!
Enable the phone’s Bluetooth.
●
Note
●
For details about setting
procedures, see your phone
documentation.
C Pairing the watch with a phone
Before you can use the watch in combination
with a phone, you first need to pair them.
1. Move the phone to be paired with close to
(within one meter of) the watch.
2. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “GSHOCK Connected” icon.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
If a pairing prompt message appears,
perform the operation shown on the
phone screen.
If the watch does not indicate the
correct time even if is able to connect
with a phone, correct the hand and
date indicator positions.
l Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator
Alignment
●
●
C mark
Auto Time Adjustment
● Using Auto Adjust
Your watch adjusts its time setting four times
a day according to a preset schedule. If you
leave your watch in the Calendar Mode, it will
perform the adjustment operation
automatically as you go about your daily life,
without any operation required by you.
●
The watch will disconnect from the
phone automatically after time
synchronization is complete.
If there is a World Time City specified
with G-SHOCK Connected, its time
will also be synchronized
automatically.
The watch will connect with the
phone and perform auto time
adjustment at around 12:30 a.m.,
6:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
The connection is automatically
terminated after auto time
adjustment is complete.
Configuring World Time
Settings
Specifying a World Time City with G-SHOCK
Connected causes the city’s time to be
indicated by the small hour and minute hands.
Watch settings can be configured for auto
summer time switching for the World Time
City.
● Summer Time
Once the watch is connected with a phone and
its time is adjusted with the phone time, its
Home City time and World Time will
automatically switch between standard time
and summer time as required, even if the
watch is no longer connected with the phone.
l Summer Time Switching
●
●
12:30
This causes the second hand to move to
“R”. When the watch connects with a
phone, the second hand will normally
move to “C” and then the watch’s time
setting will synchronize with the phone’s
time.
●
When pairing starts, the second hand
will move to 12 o’clock. When pairing is
complete, the second hand will move to
“C”.
The watch can be set to adjust its time setting
automatically each day in accordance with the
phone time.
1. X Press (C).
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●
The watch will synchronize its time setting to
that of the phone immediately when they are
connected with each other. Whenever you
want to adjust the watch’s time setting based
on your phone's time, perform the procedure
below to connect with a phone.
Note
screen of the phone to be paired with.
●
Note that the watch will not perform
auto time adjustment if it enters the
Calendar Mode while any one of the
conditions below exists.
ー While a stopwatch elapsed time
measurement or timer countdown
operation is in progress
ー Battery power is low.
ー Watch is in Level 2 power saving.
ー While it is too far away from its
paired phone
ー When communication is not
possible due to radio interference,
etc.
ー While the phone is updating its
system
● Triggering Immediate Time Adjustment
Adjusting the time setting manually with a
watch operation will cancel auto standard
time/summer time switching.
A G-SHOCK Connected screen shows
information about summer time periods.
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Note
●
G-SHOCK Connected World Time
lets you select from among
approximately 300 cities as the
World Time City.
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● Selecting a World Time City
● Configuring the Summer Time Setting
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “G-
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “G-
SHOCK Connected” icon.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
seconds.
●
●
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
seconds.
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
phone screen. The World Time setting will
be reflected on the watch.
The dial hour and minute hands, and the
small 24-hour hand indicate the current
time in the selected city and time zone.
●
SHOCK Connected” icon.
You can determine whether a World
Time is a.m. or p.m. by checking the
position of the small 24-hour hand.
●
●
phone screen to configure the summer
time setting.
Note
●
Changing the time setting manually
with a watch operation will cancel
auto standard time/summer time
switching.
A G-SHOCK Connected screen
shows information about summer
time periods.
1. Y Tap the “G-SHOCK Connected” icon.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
seconds.
●
●
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
phone screen to swap your Home Time
with your World Time.
Before swapping
Home Time
World Time
After swapping
World Time
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●
When “Auto” is selected for
standard/summer time switching,
the watch will switch between
standard time and summer time
automatically. Do not need to
change the time setting manually for
changes between summer time and
standard time. Even if you are in an
area that does not observe summer
time, you can leave the watch’s
summertime setting as “Auto”.
Time
30
30
World Time hour (24-hour)
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
●
World Time hour and minute
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
● Swapping Your World Time and Home
Home Time
Note
●
Auto time adjustment is not
performed for 24 hours after
swapping of the Home Time and
World Time.
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Configuring Timer Settings
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “GSHOCK Connected” icon.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
seconds.
●
●
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
Adjusting Hand and Day
Indicator Alignment
If the hands and/or date indicator are out of
alignment even though auto time adjustment
is being performed, use G-SHOCK
Connected to adjust them.
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “GSHOCK Connected” icon.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
seconds.
●
●
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
seconds.
●
●
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
3. X Hold down the (D) button for about 1.5
seconds until the second hand points to
“R”.
The second hand will move to “C” when a
connection is established between the
watch and phone, and then the phone’s
ringtone will sound.
●
●
It will take a few seconds before the
phone tone sounds.
You can press any watch button to stop
the phone tone only during the first 30
seconds after it starts to sound.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
phone screen to correct hand and date
indicator alignment.
SHOCK Connected” icon.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
This will cause the watch to enter the
Calendar Mode.
4. X Press any button to stop the tone.
phone screen to configure the timer time
setting.
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “G-
seconds.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
Setting the Alarm
2. X Hold down the (A) button for about 2
Phone Finder
You can use phone finder to trigger a tone on
the phone to make it easy to find. The tone is
forced to sound even if the phone is in the
manner mode.
●
You can use G-SHOCK Connected to specify
the amount of time until a Bluetooth
connection is automatically terminated, to
enable or disable the watch operation tone,
and to configure other settings.
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “GSHOCK Connected” icon.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
Important!
●
Configuring Watch Settings
seconds.
Do not use this function in areas
where phone call tones are
restricted.
●
The tone sounds at a high volume.
Do not use this function when
listening to phone output over
earphones.
●
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
phone screen to configure alarm time
settings.
1. X If the watch is connected with a phone,
press any button to terminate the
connection.
Connected
After disconnection
3. Y Select the setting you want to change
and then perform the operation shown on
the phone screen.
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30
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Checking the Watch Charge
Level
Returning the Watch to Its
Factory Default Settings
Important!
●
Using G-SHOCK Connected to reset the
watch returns to the settings below.
●
●
●
Stopwatch elapsed time: 0 hours, 0
minutes, 0 seconds
Use the procedure below to check the current
charge level with G-SHOCK Connected.
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “G-
Alarm
ー Alarm time: 12:00 midnight
ー Alarm setting: Off
●
Mute setting: Off
●
Connection time: 3 minutes
●
Auto adjust: Off
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
seconds.
●
●
1. X Pull out the crown to the second click.
2. X Hold down (C) for about 5 seconds.
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
Resetting watch settings causes the
second hand to move to 12 o’clock.
Second hand
3. Y Use G-SHOCK Connected to check the
charge level.
3. Push the crown back in.
Changing the Home City
Summer Time Setting
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “GSHOCK Connected” icon.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
●
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
Connecting with a Phone
This section explains how to establish a
Bluetooth connection between a phone that is
paired with the watch.
●
If the watch is not paired with the phone you
want to connect with, perform the procedure
under “C Pairing the watch with a phone” to
pair them.
Note
●
The connection will be terminated if
you do not perform any operation on
the watch or phone for a fixed
amount of time.
To specify the connection limit time,
perform the following operation with
G-SHOCK Connected: “Watch
settings”n“Connection time”. Next,
select a setting of 3 minutes, 5
minutes, or 10 minutes.
Canceling a Connection with a
Phone
Pressing any button terminates the Bluetooth
connection and returns the second hand to its
normal operation.
Connected
After disconnection
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Connection
If you have problems establishing a
connection, it could mean that GSHOCK Connected is not running
on the phone. On the phone’s home
screen, tap the “G-SHOCK
Connected” icon. After the app starts
up, hold down the watch’s (C) button
for about 2 seconds.
30
seconds.
●
SHOCK Connected” icon.
Countdown Timer time: 0 hours, 10 minutes
The watch cannot connect with a
phone while a stopwatch time
measurement or timer countdown
operation is in progress.
1. Move the phone close to (within one meter
of) the watch.
2. X While the second hand is not pointing to
“C”, hold down the (C) button for about 2
seconds.
●
●
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
phone screen to change the summer time
setting.
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Using the Watch in a Medical Facility
or Aircraft
Whenever you are in a hospital, on an aircraft,
or in any other location where auto signal
receive or connection with a phone may cause
problems, you can perform the procedure
below to disable it. To re-enable auto time
adjustment, perform the same operation
again.
After Purchasing Another Phone
Unpairing
1. X If the watch is connected with a phone,
press any button to terminate the
connection.
Connected
After disconnection
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●
The second hand will move from “R” to
“C” when a connection is established
between the watch and phone.
2. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “G-
phone screen to enable or disable auto
time adjustment.
●
SHOCK Connected” icon.
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
●
phone screen to unpair.
Note
●
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
3. Y Perform the operation shown on the
screen of the phone to be paired with.
2. X Hold down the (C) button for about 2
The second hand will move to “R”. Keep
(C) depressed until the second hand
starts moving again and then stops at
“R”.
(within one meter of) the watch.
SHOCK Connected” icon.
SHOCK Connected” icon.
●
1. Move the phone to be paired with close to
2. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “G-
1. Y On the Home Screen, tap the “G-
seconds.
You need to perform the pairing operation
whenever you want to establish a Bluetooth
connection with a phone for the first time.
If a pairing prompt message appears,
perform the operation shown on the
phone screen.
When pairing starts, the second hand
will point to “R”. When pairing is
complete, the second hand will move to
“C”.
If you are unable to re-pair the watch
with a phone after unpairing them,
use the procedure below to delete
pairing information from the watch
and then perform the pairing
operation again.
A X Pull out the crown to the second
click.
C mark
Note
If your previous phone is near the
watch while you are trying to pair with
a new phone, the watch will pair with
the previous phone, which makes it
impossible to pair with the new
phone. If this happens, delete the
previous pairing information from the
watch. Also, unregister the watch
from the G-SHOCK Connected app
of the phone you will no longer
connect with.
l Unpairing
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Crown
B X Hold down (D) for about 5
seconds.
This causes the second hand to
perform one revolution and deletes the
pairing information.
C X Push the crown back in.
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Watch Settings
Configuring Dual Time
Settings
4. Press (B) to change the month.
Use the procedure below to configure current
location time and Dual Time settings
manually.
10
Getting ready
9
11
Perform this procedure in the Calendar Mode.
l Navigating Between Modes
12
1
2
3
8
Dual Time lets you keep track of the current
time in another time zone in addition your
current location time.
4
7
6
Day
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Month
5
5. Rotate the crown to change the day.
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6. Press (A).
This enables the year 10’s digit setting
operation.
7. Rotate the crown to change the year 10’s
Setting the Time/Date
Dual Time
digit.
While the watch is connected to a phone, it will
automatically adjust its day and time settings
to those of the phone. If the watch is not
connected to a phone, use the procedure
below to adjust its day and time settings.
Minutes
1. Pull out the crown to the first click.
10
20
30
90
1. Pull out the crown to the second click.
This causes the second hand to move to
“A” of the watch’s current time setting is
a.m., or “P” if it is p.m., and enables the
hour and minute setting operation.
Dual Time 24-hour
Year (10’s digit)
00
80
2. Rotate the crown to change the Dual Time
40
70
60
This causes the second hand to move to
12 o’clock.
setting.
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8. Press (A).
This enables the year one’s digit setting
operation.
You can set the Dual Time in 15-minute
increments.
Dual Time 24-hour hand
9. Rotate the crown to change the year one’s
digit.
Crown
0
1
30
Crown
3
9
Hours
8
2. Rotate the crown to adjust the hour and
minute settings.
●
The Dual Time setting also changes in
accordance with the current time
setting. Crown operation is disabled
while the Dual Time hour and minute
hands are moving.
3. Press (A).
This enables the month and day setting
operation.
Dual Time minute hand
2
4
7
6
5
Dual Time hour hand
3. Push the crown back in.
Year (one’s digit)
10. On a time signal at the top of a minute,
push the crown back in.
Note
●
The day of the week is set
automatically in accordance with the
year, month, and day settings.
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Swapping Your Current
Location Time and Dual Time
Settings
Measuring
Note
●
Seconds
You can swap the time in your current location
with the Dual Time by holding down (B) for
about three seconds.
Pressing (B) will cause illumination to turn
on. Keep the button depressed for three
seconds.
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●
Up to 100 split times can be measure
during a single elapsed time
operation.
Minutes
Timer
24-hour
Hours
Before swapping
After swapping
Current location time
Dual Time
1. Use the operations below to measure
elapsed time.
B Start
30
30
B Stop
The timer counts down from a start time
specified by you. A beeper sounds when the
end of the countdown is reached.
●
The beeper is muted in the cases described
below.
ー When battery power is low
Getting ready
Dual Time
B Resume
Current location time
Perform this procedure in the Timer Mode.
l Navigating Between Modes
B Stop
Note
●
Timer Mode
2. Press (D) to reset the elapsed time to all
zeroes.
3. Press (A) three times to return to the
Calendar Mode.
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If you are using the small hour and
minute hands for Dual Time, only the
time in your current location will be
swapped with Dual Time. Dates are
not swapped.
Measuring a Split Time
Stopwatch
Setting the Time
Seconds
1. Pull out the crown to the first click.
The stopwatch can measure elapsed time up
to 23 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds.
2. Rotate the crown to change the
countdown start time setting.
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●
Note
Minutes
●
If an ongoing elapsed time
measurement operation continues
for 24 hours, the measurement will
stop and the stopwatch will reset to
all zeros automatically.
The countdown start time can be set in
1-minute units up to 24 hours.
Hours
24-hour
Seconds
1. Use the operations below to measure
elapsed time.
●
Each press of (D) causes the elapsed
time up to that point (split time) to be
indicated for 5 seconds.
Perform this procedure in the Stopwatch
Mode.
l Navigating Between Modes
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Getting ready
24-hour
B Start
D Split
Stopwatch Mode
B Stop
2. Press (D) to reset the elapsed time to all
zeroes.
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3. Press (A) three times to return to the
Hours
Crown
Minutes
3. Push the crown back in.
Note
●
You can set a countdown start time
of 24 hours by aligning the small 24hour hand with 24.
Calendar Mode.
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Using the Timer
1. Press (B) to start the countdown.
The watch has an LED light that you can turn
on for reading in the dark.
1. Pull out the crown to the first click.
This turns on the alarm.
Getting ready
Perform this procedure in the Calendar Mode
or Alarm Mode.
l Navigating Between Modes
Alarm on
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3. Press (A) twice to return to the
Timekeeping Mode.
24-hour
Minutes
2. Rotate the crown to change the alarm time
setting.
3. Push the crown back in.
Pressing (B) turns on the light.
Note
The beeper is muted in the cases described
below.
ー When battery power is low
ー When watch is at Level 2 power saving
l Power Saving
●
A beeper will sound for 10 seconds
to let you know when the alarm time
is reached.
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The watch will beep when the alarm time is
reached.
●
Turning On the Illumination
Light
4. Press (A) once to return to the Calendar
Mode.
Alarm
Turning an Alarm On or Off
Press (D) to toggle the alarm between on and
off.
Getting ready
Perform this procedure in the Alarm Mode.
l Navigating Between Modes
Alarm Mode
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2. Press any button to stop the tone.
Hours
Calendar Mode
Crown
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To pause an ongoing countdown, press
(B). To reset a paused countdown to the
start time, press (D).
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A beeper will sound for 10 seconds to let
you know when the end of a countdown is
reached.
●
Light
Configuring Alarm Settings
Alarm on
●
●
The LED light will turn off automatically if the
alarm starts to sound.
The LED light is disabled while the hands
are moving at high speed.
Alarm off
Alarm Mode
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30
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Stopping an Alarm
While the alarm is sounding, press any button
to stop it.
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Adjusting Hand and
Day Indicator
Alignment
7. Rotate the crown until the Battery level
indicator appears as shown in the nearby
illustration.
Strong magnetism or impact can cause the
hands and/or the day indicator to go out of
alignment. If this happens, adjust hand and
day indicator alignment.
Adjusting Hand and Day
Indicator Alignment
Moving to Another Time
Zone
Use the procedure below to easily change day
and time settings of the watch to a destination
location.
● Before Boarding
1. Configure the World Time (Dual Time) to
the current time at your destination.
8. Press (A).
This enables adjustment of small hour
hand, small minute hand, and small 24hour hand alignment.
1. Pull out the crown to the first click.
Current time
Small Hour Hand (24-hour)
2. Hold down (D) for about five seconds.
This causes the second hand to perform
one full revolution and enables
adjustment of second hand alignment.
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30
Destination time
Second hand
Small hour hand
Small minute hand
l Configuring World Time Settings
l Configuring Dual Time Settings
2. Disable auto time adjustment.
9. Rotate the crown to align the small hour
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3. Rotate the crown to align the second hand
4. Press (A).
10. Press (A).
This enables adjustment of mode hand
alignment.
This enables adjustment of hour and
minute hand alignment.
Minute hand
Mode hand
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with 12 o’clock.
and minute hands with 12 o’clock, and the
small 24-hour hand with 24.
l Using the Watch in a Medical Facility or
Aircraft
● After Arriving
Hour hand
30
1. Swap the origin time zone time with the
destination time zone time.
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11. Rotate the crown to align the mode hand
Before swapping
with “S”.
5. Rotate the crown to align the hour and
minute hands with 12 o’clock.
6. Press (A).
After swapping
Destination time
12. Press (A).
This enables adjustment of day indicator
alignment.
30
30
This enables adjustment of Battery level
indicator alignment.
Destination time
Battery level indicator
1
Day indicator
30
13. Rotate the crown to align “1” in the center
of the day indicator.
●
The mode hand moves in conjunction
with crown rotation. Align the mode
hand with “S”.
l Swapping Your Current Location Time
and Dual Time Settings
2. Enable auto time adjustment.
l Using the Watch in a Medical Facility or
Aircraft
14. Push the crown back in.
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Other Information
This section provides non-operational
information you also need to know. Refer to
this information as required.
Summer Time Switching
● Connecting with a Phone to Switch
After the watch is connected with a phone,
summer time switching of Home City time and
World Time is performed in accordance with
the G-SHOCK Connected setting (Auto/ON/
OFF) as described below.
Auto :
After the watch is connected with a phone,
summer time is displayed for the current
location time or World Time when it is within
the summer time period. Otherwise standard
time is displayed.
ON :
The watch always displays summer time.
OFF :
The watch always displays standard time.
● Auto Summer Time Switching
When the watch is connected to a phone, it is
sent summer time period information for your
Home City. If there is a World Time City
specified with G-SHOCK Connected,
information for that city will also be sent. If the
G-SHOCK Connected summer time setting is
“Auto”, the watch will automatically keep track
of the summer time period and perform
summer time switching automatically, even if
it is not connected with the phone.
Supported Phone Models
For information about supported phone
models, visit the CASIO Website.
http://world.casio.com/os_mobile/wat/
Specifications
Other :
Power saving, battery level indicator, LED
light (Super Illuminator, afterglow)
Accuracy at normal temperature :
±15 seconds per month average when time
adjustment by communication with a phone
is not possible.
Timekeeping :
Power Supply :
Solar panel and one rechargeable battery
Approximate Battery Life :
Approximately 5 months
Conditions
Auto Time Adjustment: 4 times/day
Alarm: Once (10 seconds)/day
Illumination: Once (1.5 seconds)/day
Power Saving: 6 hours/day
Hour and minute (move at 10-second
intervals), second, day (2000 to 2099 full
auto calendar), day of the week
Dual Time :
Hour, minute, swapping with Home City
time
Stopwatch :
Measuring unit: 1 second
Measuring capacity: 23:59’59” (24 hours)
Measurement functions: Elapsed time, split
times
Mobile Link Precautions
● Legal Precautions
●
Timer :
Measuring unit: 1 second
Countdown range: 24 hours
Setting unit: 1 minute
Time up: 10-second beeper
Alarm :
Setting units: Hours, minutes
Beeper: 10 seconds
●
Mobile Link :
Auto Time Correction
Time setting adjusted automatically at
preset time.
One-touch Time Correction
Manual connection and time adjustment
Phone finder
Watch operation sounds the alert sound
of the mobile phone.
World Time
Current time for a selection of
approximately 300 cities
Home Time/World Time swapping
Auto Summer Time Switching
Automatic switching between standard
time and summer time.
Timer Settings
Alarm Settings
Hand alignment correction
Data Communication Specifications
Bluetooth®
Frequency Band: 2400MHz-2480MHz
Maximum Transmission: 0 dBm (1 mW)
Communication range: Up to 2 meters
(depends on environment)
This watch complies with or has received
approval under the radio laws of various
countries and geographical areas. Using
this watch in an area where it does not
comply with or has not received approval
under applicable radio laws may be a
criminal offense. For details, visit the CASIO
Website.
http://world.casio.com/ce/BLE/
Use of this watch inside of aircraft is
restricted under the aviation laws of each
country. Be sure to follow the instructions of
airline personnel.
● Precautions when using Mobile Link
●
●
●
When using this watch in combination with
a phone, keep the watch and phone close
to each other. A range of two meters is
recommended as a guideline, but the local
environment (walls, furniture, etc.), the
structure of a building, and other factors may
require a much closer range.
This watch can be affected by other devices
(electrical devices, audio-visual equipment,
office equipment, etc.) In particular, it can be
affected by operation of a microwave oven.
The watch may not be able to communicate
normally with a phone if a microwave oven
is operating nearby. Conversely, this watch
may cause noise in radio reception and the
video image of a TV.
Bluetooth of this watch uses the same
frequency band (2.4 GHz) as wireless LAN
devices, and use of such devices in close
proximity of this watch may result in radio
interference, slower communication speeds
and noise for the watch and the wireless
LAN device, or even communication failure.
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Troubleshooting
● Stopping Radio Wave Emission by This
Watch
The watch is emitting radio waves whenever
the second hand is pointing to “C” (Bluetooth
connected) or “R” (Bluetooth connection
standby).
Even if the second hand is not pointing at “C”
or “R”, the watch will automatically attempt to
connect with a phone four times a day to adjust
its time settings.
When in a hospital, on an aircraft, or in any
other area where the use of radio waves is not
allowed, use the operations below to stop
radio wave generation.
●
Stopping Radio Wave Generation
Press any button to terminate the Bluetooth
connection.
Connected
After disconnection
I can’t pair the watch with a
phone.
Q1 I’ve never been able to establish a
(pairing) connection between the
watch and phone.
Are you using a supported phone model?
Check if the phone model and its
operating system are supported by the
watch.
For information about supported phone
models, visit the CASIO Website.
I can’t reconnect the watch
and phone.
Q1 The watch will not re-connect with the
phone after they are disconnected.
Is G-SHOCK Connected running?
The watch cannot re-connect with the
phone unless G-SHOCK Connected is
running on the phone. On the phone’s
Home Screen, tap the “G-SHOCK
Connected” icon. Then on the watch, hold
down the CONNECT button (C) for about
2 seconds.
http://world.casio.com/os_mobile/wat/
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Did you install G-SHOCK Connected on
your phone?
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Disabling Auto Time Adjustment
Configure G-SHOCK Connected settings to
disable synchronization between the watch
and phone.
l Using the Watch in a Medical Facility or
Aircraft
●
●
●
●
●
●
iPhone and App Store are registered
trademarks of Apple Inc. in the United
States and other countries.
iOS is a trademark or registered trademark
of Cisco Systems, Inc.
GALAXY, GALAXY Note, and GALAXY S
are registered trademarks of Samsung
Electronics Co., Ltd.
Android and Google PlayTM are registered
trademarks of Google Inc.
Other company names and product names
used herein are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
Turn the phone off and then back on, and
then tap the “G-SHOCK Connected” icon.
Next, on the watch, hold down the
CONNECT button (C) for about 2
seconds.
Configure the phone’s Bluetooth settings.
For details about setting procedures, see
your phone documentation.
iPhone Users
●
“Settings”n“Bluetooth”n On
Android Users
●
Enable Bluetooth.
Is a stopwatch or timer operation being
performed?
The watch cannot pair with a phone while
a stopwatch time measurement operation
is in progress. Stop the measurement
operation and then pair with a phone.
Other than the above.
Some phones need to have BT Smart
disabled to use G-SHOCK Connected.
For details about setting procedures, see
your phone documentation.
On the Home Screen, tap: “Menu” n
“Settings” n “Bluetooth” n “Menu” n “BT
Smart settings” n “Disable”.
Is the watch’s battery charged sufficiently?
Connection with a phone is not possible
while the charge is low. Charge the watch
and then connect with the phone.
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●
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
registered trademarks owned by the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. is
under license.
Are your phone’s Bluetooth settings
configured correctly?
Have you tried turning your phone off and
then back on again?
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Copyrights and Registered
Copyrights
G-SHOCK Connected needs to be
installed on your phone in order to
connect with the watch.
l A Installing applications
Is a stopwatch or timer operation being
performed?
The watch cannot connect with a phone
while a stopwatch time measurement
operation is in progress. Exit the watch’s
Airplane Mode. Then hold down the
CONNECT button (C) for about 2
seconds.
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Operation Guide 5513
Q2 I changed the phone’s Bluetooth
from enabled to disabled, and now I
can’t connect anymore.
On the phone, re-enable Bluetooth, and then
go to the Home Screen and tap the “GSHOCK Connected” icon. Next, on the watch,
hold down the CONNECT button (C) for about
2 seconds.
Changing to a Different
Phone Model
Q1 When does the watch sync its time
Q1 Connecting the current watch to
another phone.
Pair the watch with the phone.
l After Purchasing Another Phone
Phone Finder
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Q1 Phone Finder does not work.
Q3 I can’t connect after turning off the
phone.
Turn on the phone and tap the “G-SHOCK
Connected” icon. Then on the watch, hold down
the CONNECT button (C) for about 2 seconds.
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Phone-Watch Connection
Q1 I can’t establish a connection
between the phone and watch.
Have you tried turning your phone off and
then back on again?
Turn on the phone and tap the “G-SHOCK
Connected” icon. Then on the watch, hold
down the CONNECT button (C) for about 2
seconds.
After unpairing the watch and phone, repair them again.
l Unpairing
If you are unable to establish a
connection...
Delete the pairing information from the
watch, and then re-pair the watch and
phone.
l See "Unpairing".
Are the phone and watch disconnected?
Phone Finder does not work during
Bluetooth connection.
Is G-SHOCK Connected running?
Phone Finder will not work unless GSHOCK Connected is running. On the
Home Screen, tap the “G-SHOCK
Connected” icon to start up the app.
Other than the above.
If the phone does not respond after a few
seconds, it could mean that the phone is
located too far from the watch. Change to
a different location and try again.
Q2 It takes some time before the phone
responds.
The phone will emit a tone when a connection
is established with the watch, which takes a
few seconds.
setting with the phone?
The watch will connect with the phone and
perform auto time adjustment at around 12:30
a.m., 6:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. The
connection is automatically terminated after
auto time adjustment is complete.
Q2 Auto time adjustment is performed,
but the time setting is not correct.
Is auto time adjustment not being
performed according to its normal
schedule?
Note that auto time adjustment is not
performed for 24 hours after swapping of
the Home Time and World Time, or after
the time setting is adjusted manually on
the watch. Auto time adjustment will
resume 24 hours after either of the above
operations is performed.
Is auto time adjustment enabled?
Auto time adjustment will not be
performed at the scheduled times unless
it is enabled. Establish a connection
between the watch and phone, and then
use G-SHOCK Connected to enable auto
time adjustment.
l Using the Watch in a Medical Facility or
Aircraft
Is the watch’s battery charged sufficiently?
Connection with a phone is not possible
while the charge is low. Charge the watch.
Q3 The phone cannot be found even
when it is close to the watch.
Since communication is performed using
radio waves, the watch may not be able to find
the phone even if it is within two meters.
Certain environments may make the
allowable communication range very short.
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30
Has the watch been re-paired with the
phone?
Auto Time Adjustment
Is a stopwatch or timer operation being
performed?
Auto time adjustment will not start at the
scheduled times if a stopwatch time
measurement operation is in progress.
Stop the measurement operation.
Q3 Time is not displayed correctly.
The phone’s time setting may be incorrect
because it is unable to connect with its
network due to being out of range, etc. If this
happens, connect the phone to its network
and then adjust the time setting.
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World Time
Hand Movement and
Indications
Q1 The time for a World Time City is not
correct.
The summer time start date and time, end date
and time, or other rules were changed by
authorities.
Q2 After swapping your current location
(Home City) time with the World
Time, the World Time City time is not
correct.
Q1 I don’t know what mode the watch is
in.
You tell which mode the watch is currently in
by checking the position of the mode hand.
l Navigating Between Modes
●
Hold down (A) for about two seconds to
enter the Calendar Mode.
Use the G-SHOCK Connected to specify a
World Time City.
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Q2 Why can’t I perform any button
operations while high-speed hand
movement is in progress?
Q1 The alarm does not sound.
Keep the watch exposed to light until it
recharges sufficiently.
l Solar Charging
Except for the mode navigation button, button
operation is disabled while high-speed hand
movement is in progress after a watch setting
is changed, etc. Wait until the hands stop
moving before performing button operations.
The crown is pulled out.
The alarm will not sound while the crown
is pulled out. Push the crown back in to its
normal position.
Is the alarm enabled?
not work.
The watch is in the charge recovery mode.
Wait until the recovery process is complete
(for about 15 minutes). The watch will recover
more quickly if you place it in a brightly lit
location.
Q7 The indicated current time and date
are not correct.
Strong magnetism or impact can cause the
hands and/or the indicator to go out of
alignment. Adjust hand and/or day indicator
alignment.
l Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator
Alignment
Check the information below to find out how
to align the hands and/or day indicator
manually.
l Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator
Alignment
●
Alarm
Is the watch’s battery charged?
Q6 Hands are stopped and buttons do
Q3 The second hand is jumping at twosecond intervals.
Battery power is low. Keep the watch exposed
to light until it recharges sufficiently.
l Solar Charging
Enable the alarm.
l Turning an Alarm On or Off
Q4 All hands are stopped at 12 o’clock
and buttons do not work.
The battery is dead. Keep the watch exposed
to light until the battery recharges sufficiently.
l Solar Charging
Q5 The hands suddenly start moving at
Q8 The time setting is correct, but the
day indicator is between days.
Is the date setting being updated?
For information about how the day
changes, see the section below.
l Hand and Day Indicator Movement
Other than the above.
The day indicator is not aligned correctly.
Adjust day indicator alignment.
l Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator
Alignment
Check the information below to find out
how to align the hands and/or day
indicator manually.
l Adjusting Hand and Day Indicator
Alignment
●
high speed.
This is due to one of the reasons below, and
does not indicate malfunction. Simply wait
until normal hand movement resumes.
The watch is recovering from a power
saving state.
l Power Saving
●
Establish a connection with the phone and
correct the time setting.
l Auto Time Adjustment
●
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Crown Operations
Q1 Nothing happens when I rotate the
crown.
If you do not perform any operation for about
two minutes after pulling out the crown
(approximately 30 minutes in the case of hand
and day indicator alignment), crown
operations will automatically become
disabled. Push the crown back in to its normal
position and then pull it out again to re-enable
crown operations.
l Using the Crown
Q2 Crown operation does not work.
Crown operation is disabled while high-speed
hand movement is in progress after a watch
setting is changed, etc. Wait until the hands
stop moving before performing crown
operations.
Charging
Q1 The watch does not work even
though it is exposed to light.
The watch stops operating whenever the
battery goes dead. Keep the watch exposed
to light until it recharges sufficiently.
l Solar Charging
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