Citizen CC7000-01L Eco-Drive User manual

Citizen CC7000-01L Eco-Drive User manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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Thank you for your purchase of this Citizen watch.

Before using the watch, read this instruction manual carefully to ensure correct use.

After reading the manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.

Be sure to visit the Citizen website at http://www.citizenwatch-global.com/ . Here you will find a variety of information such as electronic setting guides, answers to frequently asked questions, Eco-Drive recharging information and more.

To check the movement number

A case number—4 alphanumeric characters and 6 or more alphanumeric characters—is engraved on the case back. (Figure on the right) The first 4 characters of the case number represent the movement number of the watch. In the example on the right, “ ” is the movement number.

Engraving position example

The engraving position may differ depending on watch model.

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2

Safety precautions — IMPORTANT

This manual contains instructions that should be strictly followed at all times not only for optimal use, but to prevent any injuries to yourself, other persons or property. We encourage you to read the entire booklet (especially, pages

98

to

111

) and understand the meaning of the following symbols: ■ Safety advisories are categorized and depicted in this manual as follows:

DANGER

Highly likely to cause death or serious injury

WARNING

Can cause serious injury or death

CAUTION

Can or will cause minor or moderate injury or damage

Safety precautions

■ Important instructions are categorized and depicted in this manual as follows: (Following symbols are examples of Pictograms.) Warning (caution) symbol followed by prohibited matters.

Warning (caution) symbol followed by instructions that should be followed or precautions that should be observed.

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4

Features

„

Satellite Wave-GPS

Receives location and time information sent from GPS satellites and adjusts the time and calendar on the watch automatically.

„

Light-Level Indicator

Indicates current power generation amount.

It can be used as a reference for choosing a good charging place.

„

Eco-Drive

No periodical battery replacement is needed. This watch is fueled by light.

„

World time

Indicates the time around the world by choosing one of 39 time zones.

Features

„

±5-second average monthly accuracy

Keeps high accuracy without time signal reception.

„

Dual time

Shows the home time and local time at the same time.

The two times can be interchanged easily.

„

Chronograph

Measures up to 24 hours by 1 second.

„

Alarm

Sounds at the time set every day.

„

Perpetual calendar

No need for monthly and leap-year date correction until February 28, 2100.

• “Eco-Drive” is an original technology of Citizen.

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6

CONTENTS

Before using this watch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Band adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Protective stickers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

How to use a specially designed crown/button . . . . . . . . . . .

10

11 11

12

Component identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

About dual time indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

14

16

Changing the mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Checking the power reserve and power generation amount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Checking the power reserve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Checking power generation amount (Light-Level Indicator) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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24

25

28

CONTENTS

Checking the reception result of the satellite signal . . .

Setting the world time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

31

33

Checking the time zone setting for the home time . . . . . . .

Obtaining location information from satellite signals . . . . .

Setting the time zone manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Interchanging the home time and local time . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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40

42

44

Receiving time information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Setting summer time (DST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Using the chronograph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

45

52

56

Continued on the next page

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8 CONTENTS

Using alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Charging your watch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Information on satellite signal reception . . . . . . . . . . .

Checking and adjusting the leap second setting . . . . . . . . .

Checking and adjusting the rollover number setting . . . . .

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62

68

73

76

Adjusting the time and calendar manually . . . . . . . . .

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Checking and correcting the reference position . . . . . . . . .

Symptom and Remedies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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86 86

90

CONTENTS

Eco-Drive watch handling precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Water resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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102

Precautionary items and usage limitations . . . . . . . .

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

105

112

9

Before using this watch

10

This watch has a rechargeable cell which is charged by exposing the dial to light.

Expose the dial to direct sunlight regularly to charge the watch.

For details of charging, see page

care to keep sufficient power.

62

-.

• Especially, satellite signal reception is power consuming. Take After unpacking, the following must be done before setting the time and calendar

(page

45

or

80

).

1

Checking the current power reserve (page

24

)

2

Setting the world time (page

33

)

3

Checking leap second setting (page

73

)

Before using this watch

Band adjustment

We recommend seeking the assistance of an experienced watch technician for sizing of your watch. If adjustment is not done correctly, the bracelet may unexpectedly become detached leading to loss of your watch or injury.

Consult an authorized service center.

Protective stickers

Be sure to remove any protective stickers that may be on your watch (case back, band, clasp, etc.). Otherwise, perspiration or moisture may enter the gaps between the protective stickers and the parts, which may result in a skin rash and/or corrosion of the metal parts.

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12 Before using this watch

How to use a specially designed crown/button

Some models are equipped with a specially designed crown and/or push button to prevent accidental operation.

Screw down crown/button

Unlock the crown/button prior to operate your watch.

Unlock Lock Screw down crown

Rotate the crown counterclockwise until it releases from the case.

Push the crown in to the case. With gentle pressure towards the case, rotate the crown clockwise to secure it to the case. Be sure to tighten firmly.

Screw down push button

Rotate the locking screw counterclockwise, and loosen until it stops.

Rotate the locking screw clockwise, and tighten firmly.

Before using this watch

Recessed button

Press the button with a non-marring narrow-tipped object.

• Metal objects may cause marring or scratching of the button.

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Component identification

Hands and buttons

Hour hand Minute hand Function indication Second hand

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RX -TM E AN C

40

CH –9 –6 S T ON SM T M T S HN L –10 MDY –11 F E ON –12 ALM OFF +14 20 22 16 NO 24 14 LON PAR AT OK +2 N RU H RX-G PS +4 DXB +5 KH +5 .5

I

10

DE L 12 LLI 10 ALM SET UTC CHR +8 BJ S 02 +12 AKL 04 06 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O

20

Button

B

Crown Button

A

Dual time indication Mode indication Date indication

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• The illustrations in this instruction manual may differ from the actual appearance of your watch.

Indication Function indication

• Day of week • Power reserve level (5 levels) • Summer time (DST) setting (

SMT ON/OFF

)

Alarm setting ( ALM ON/OFF )

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RX -TM E LA DE CH –6 AN C –9

40

HN L ON SM T S T M T S –10 ON –12 ALM OFF +14 E F 20 NO 22 16 24 14 12 +1 OK 02 +12 AKL 04 06 10 LLI SET

Component identification

Reception-in-progress indication ( RX-TME/RX GPS ) Reception result indication ( OK/NO )

ALM RX-G PS UTC CHR +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L +6 DA 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S BK

20

Power generation amount indication (7 levels) Mode indication Place name/time zone

• A solar cell is placed under the dial.

Continued on the next page

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16 Component identification

About dual time indication

This watch is equipped with the dual time function: two times are indicated in parallel.

AN

50

C –5 MA O –4 RX -TM E CH –9 –6 S

40

HN L –10 T ON T M W F ON ALM OFF –12 +14 E NO +1 OK SET LLI ALM RX-G PS 7 CHR UTC +5 KH

10

+5 .5

DE +9.

5 L +9 TY O +8 BJ

20

Home time

The time shown by the hour, minute and second hands and day of week/ date indication.

20 22 16 24 14 02 12 04 10 06

Dual time indication (Ex .: 1:09AM) • “Hour” is indicated with the marker ( ▲) pointing numbers on the outer circle.

• “Minute” is indicated with the minute hand and makers on the inner circle .

Local time

Time shown by the dual time indication.

• Indications differ depending on the mode of the watch.

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• Local time can show a time other than home time.

• Local time moves in conjunction with home time.

Changing the mode

This watch features six different modes (functions). The way to change the mode and indication in each mode are explained here.

Changing the mode

1

. Pull the crown out to position

stops.

RX E

1

.

2

Rotate the crown to set a mode name on the mode indication to the marker.

• Set the mode name you want horizontal.

3

Push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

Indication of the watch changes into that of the mode selected.

SET ALM LLI RX-G PS UTC CHR +5 .5

+8 +6 DE L DA BJ S BK

Marker of mode indication

Continued on the next page

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18 Changing the mode

Indication in each mode (when the crown is in position

0

) TME (ordinary time) mode

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RX -TM E CH –6 LA DE AN C

40

–9 HN L –10 S T ON SM T M T S ON –12 ALM OFF +14 F E 20 NO 22 16 24 14 12 +1 OK 02 +12 AKL 04 06 10 LLI SET ALM RX-G PS +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L DA UTC CHR 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S BK

20

A B C Hand and indication

Hour, minute and second hands Date indication

A B C

Dual time indication Mode indication

Content

Home time Date (home time) Local time

TME

Changing the mode

LLI (Light-Level Indicator) mode

Mode for checking power generation amount.

LA DE CH

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 –6 S F T F RIO –3 RX -TM E MW AN C –9

40

HN L –10 ON –12 ALM OFF +14 T OFF ON 20 SM S NO 22 16 SMT 24 14 12 +1 OK 02 +12 AKL 04 06 10 TME CHR UTC RX-G PS +4 DXB +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L DA ALM 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S BK

20

A B C Hand and indication

Hour, minute and second hands Date indication

A B C

Dual time indication Mode indication

Content

Home time Date (home time) Local time

LLI Continued on the next page

19

20 Changing the mode

UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) mode

Mode where the dual time indication always shows UTC.

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RX -TM E LA DE CH –6 AN C

40

–9 HN L –10 ON SM T S T M T S ON –12 ALM OFF +14 F E 20 NO 22 16 24 14 12 +1 OK 02 +12 AKL 04 06 10 LLI ALM CHR RX-G PS +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L DA SET 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S BK

20

A B C Hand and indication

Hour, minute and second hands Date indication

A B C

Dual time indication Mode indication

Content

Home time Date (home time) UTC

UTC

Changing the mode

CHR (chronograph) mode

• For details, see page

56

.

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RIO –3 RX -TM E LA DE CH –6 AN C –9

40

HN L –10 S T ON SM T T S ON –12 ALM OFF +14 F E 20 16 NO 22 14 12 24 02 +12 AKL 10 +1 OK 04 08 SET UTC LLI RX-G PS +4 DXB +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L DA TME 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S BK

20

A B C Hand and indication

Hour and minute hands Second hand Date indication

A

Function indication

B C

Dual time indication Mode indication

Content

Hour and minute of home time Chronograph second Date (home time) Day of week (home time) Chronograph hour and minute

CHR Continued on the next page

21

Changing the mode

ALM (alarm) mode

• For details, see page

58

.

22

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RX -TM E NO CH –6 LA DE AN C

40

–9 HN L –10 S T ON SM T M T S ON –12 ALM OFF +14 E F 02 04 22 20 18 +1 OK 16 06 08 +12 AKL 10 12 UTC TME SET RX-G PS +5 CHR LLI ALM KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L DA +8 BJ S BK 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O

20

A B C Hand and indication

Hour, minute and second hands Date indication

A B C

Dual time indication Mode indication

Content

Home time Date (home time) Alarm time

ALM

Changing the mode SET (set) mode

Mode for setting time and calendar manually.

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RIO –3 RX -TM E NO LA DE CH –6 AN C –9

40

HN L –10 S T ON SM T T S ON –12 ALM OFF +14 F E 20 22 16 24 14 12 +1 OK 02 +12 AKL 04 06 10 CHR ALM TME RX-G PS +4 DXB +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L DA LLI 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S BK

20

A B C Hand and indication

Hour, minute and second hands Date indication

A B C

Dual time indication Mode indication

Content

Home time Date (home time) Local time

SET

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24

Checking the power reserve and power generation amount

For details of charging, see “Charging your watch” (page

62

).

Indication of power generation amount in levels

2 3 4

some model.

Indication of power reserve in levels

4 3 S F T T 2 1 0

Marker of function indication

MW OFF ON T SM S SMT AN C

40

CH

50

NY C –5 –9 –6 HN L –10 S 0 MA O –4 F F T 1 RX -TM E ON –12 MW ALM OFF +14 SM ON S OFF 20 NO 22 16 SMT 24 14 02 12 OK 04 10 SET LLI 06 7 ALM RX-G PS CHR UTC +9.

5 +4 DXB AD L +9 +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L +8 BJ S 5 6

Tail of the second hand (Ex .: level “5”)

Checking the power reserve and power generation amount

Checking the power reserve

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ UTC ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

2

Press and release the upper right button

(page

26

zone setting of the home time.

B • The power reserve level is always shown in the [

.

The function indication indicates the power reserve in levels

) and the second hand points the current time

LLI

] mode.

3

Press and release the upper right button

B

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

• The hand returns automatically in 10 seconds without pressing the button.

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26 Checking the power reserve and power generation amount

Indication of power reserve in levels Level Power reserve indication Duration (approx.) Meaning S S F T S S F T S F 4 T T F F F F F F MW F T T MW T OFF MW T T ON OFF MW T S T SM ON S MW T OFF T SM ON S SMT ON SMT OFF T SM T SM SMT S S SM OFF

Power reserve

SMT ON 3 SMT S F F S F F S S F F F S F F T F MW E E E OFF OFF E SM E SM MW ON MW T OFF SM ON SMT MW S T T MW S OFF SM ON SMT SMT OFF SM T S S S ON

10 -

ON SMT SMT

4 months is sufficient. Power reserve is OK.

F 2 F F F F E E E E E T WF T M WF T ON T SM M WF T T ON T SM WF T T S ON T SM M WF T S ON T SM M T M S ON SM T S T S 1 F F F F F S W S F F S E E E SM T E E SM T OFF SM T OFF SM T OFF ON SM T OFF OFF ON M F T S F W ON T W M ON S M ON S T W F S T M T S T T M S W T 0 T S T E E E E E SM T OFF T SM T SM OFF ON SM ON SM M ON M ON M

4 months - 5 days Power reserve is getting low.

5 days or shorter Insufficient charge warning has started.

OK for normal use.

Charge immediately.

M M

Checking the power reserve and power generation amount

CAUTION

• At the level “0”, the second hand starts to move once every two seconds (insufficient charge warning function, page

64

). Some functions become

unavailable while this function is activated. For details, see page

65

.

• The function indication indicates “

chargeable state)

SMT OFF

” and does not indicate the level of

power reserve when temperature of the watch is too high or too low. (non-

Check it again at a location of suitable temperature.

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28 Checking the power reserve and power generation amount

Checking power generation amount (Light-Level Indicator)

1

Change the mode to [ LLI ] and push the crown in to position

(page

26

).

0

.

The function indication indicates the power reserve in levels

2

Press and release the upper right button

levels (page

29

).

and indicated in levels.

B

.

The second hand indicates power generation amount in • Power generation amount is measured in 1-second interval

3

Press and release the upper right button

B

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

• It returns to current time indication automatically in about 30 seconds without pressing the button.

Checking the power reserve and power generation amount

Indication of power generation amount in levels

The level of power generation amount means power being generated by the solar cell represented in 7 levels (0 - 6).

• Power generation amount is indicated in levels with the tail or tip of the second hand (whether the tail or tip depends on models).

Level 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Indication Meaning

Sufficient power generation for charging.

Charge in a brighter location where the level of power generation amount reaches “5” or “6”.

Continued on the next page

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30 Checking the power reserve and power generation amount

CAUTION

• Light level indication will change as brightness changes. In addition, the level may vary even under the same brightness due to the entry angle of light to the dial of the watch or other elements.

• The level may also vary in the same environment depending on difference of models.

• The light level indication of “6”, indicates light being received is equivalent to a cloudy outdoors (about 10,000 lux illuminance) or a brighter location.

• Use the level of power generation amount as a general reference only.

Checking the reception result of the satellite signal

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ UTC ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

2

Press and release the lower right button

The second hand indicates the result of the last reception.

+1

A

.

+1 OK NO OK RX -TM E RX -TM E NO OK RX-G RX-G

Reception was successful.

PS +1 NO RX -TM E E NO NO +1 OK

location or time.

OK RX-G

Reception failed.

PS

• The indication shows the result of the last reception, regardless types of received information, or information of

Continued on the next page

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32 Checking the reception result of the satellite signal 3

Press and release the lower right button

A

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

• The hand returns automatically in 10 seconds without pressing the button.

About the reception result

The previous reception result is stored for 6 days and “

NO

” is indicated after that.

Setting the world time

This watch can indicate the time around the world according to which of 39 time zones (offsets from UTC — Coordinated Universal Time) is chosen.

You can set offsets from UTC through any of the two ways below.

Method What to set

Obtaining location information

from satellite signal (page

40

)

The time zone for the home time is set automatically and time and calendar are adjusted based on the chosen zone.

Setting the time zone manually

(page

42

)

The time zones for the home time and local time are set manually.

• Summer time (DST) information is not contained in the satellite signal. Adjust

the setting manually before and after the summer time (DST) period. (page

52

)

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34 Setting the world time

Checking the time zone setting for the home time

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ UTC ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

• Proceed to the next step after the hands stop.

2

Press and release the upper right button

reserve in levels (page

(page

35

places” (page

36

).

24

).

B

.

The second hand points the current time zone setting of the home time and the function indication indicates the power

• See “How to read indication of the world time setting”

) and “Table of time zones and representative

3

Press and release the upper right button

B

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

• The hand returns automatically in 10 seconds without pressing the button.

LA AN C DE –8 CH I

50

NY C –6 –5 MA O –4 ON SM T –7 S RIO –3 RX -TM E –9 T M T S

40

HN L –10 ON –12 ALM OFF +14 E F 20 18 PDL

How to read indication of the world time setting

The watch has 39 time zone markers with several representative area names. A time zone is set by pointing the second hand at one of the markers.

22 16 24 14

Time zone marker

02 +12 AKL 12 04 LLI 10 06 SET 7 UTC +5 TME +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O I +5 .5

+8 +6 DE L DA +7 BJ S

20

BK

Setting the world time

In the illustration on the left, the second hand points to 26 seconds and time zone setting is “+10.5”.

• Time zones are represented by offsets from UTC.

• Time zone markers and area names may differ from the illustration in some models.

Representative area

35

36 Setting the world time

Table of time zones and representative places

• Countries or regions may change time zones for various reasons.

• The information of the time zones and its applicable areas is that as of January 2018.

Representative area 0 +1 +2 +3 +3.5

+4 +4.5

+5

0 2 4 6 7 8 9 10

Area name LON PAR ATH RUH — DXB — KHI

London Paris Athens Riyadh Tehran Dubai Kabul Karachi

+5.5

+5.75

+6 +6.5

+7 +8 +8.5

+8.75

+9 +9.5

+10 +10.5

21 23 25 26 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20

Area name DEL — DAC — BKK BJS (HKG) — — TYO ADL SYD —

Setting the world time

Representative area

Delhi Kathmandu Dhaka Yangon Bangkok Beijing/Hong Kong Pyongyang Eucla Tokyo Adelaide Sydney Lord Howe Island

Continued on the next page

37

38 Setting the world time

+11 +12 +12.75

+13 +14 -12 -11 -10 -9.5

-9 -8

41 42 44 27 29 31 32 34 36 38 40

Area name NOU AKL — TBU — — MDY HNL — ANC LAX Representative area

Noumea Auckland Chatham Islands Nuku'alofa Kiritimati Baker Island Midway Honolulu Marquesas Islands Anchorage Los Angeles

Setting the world time

Area name Representative area -7 -6 -5 -4 -3.5

-3 -2 -1

46 48 50 52 53 54 56 58

DEN CHI NYC MAO — RIO FEN PDL

Denver Chicago New York Manaus St. John's Rio de Janeiro Fernando de Noronha Azores • The offsets in the table are based on the standard time.

• When choosing a time zone for a country or area that observes summer time (DST) during the summer period, first apply its time zone then activate the

summer time (DST) setting (page

52

).

39

40 Setting the world time

Obtaining location information from satellite signals It is recommended to receive the satellite signals outdoors with the wide-open

sky. For details, see “Information on satellite signal reception” (page

68

).

The time zone for the home time is set automatically by obtaining location information and time and calendar are consequently adjusted based on the chosen zone.

• It may take 30 seconds - 2 minutes to obtain location information.

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ UTC ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

2

Press and hold the upper right button

B

for 2 seconds until the second hand points “ RX-GPS ”.

• Release the button as the hands points “

RX-GPS

”. Reception starts.

RX -TM E OK RX-G PS

Setting the world time

After finishing the reception, the second hand indicates the new setting and returns to indicate the second.

• To cancel the reception, press and hold any button until the second hand returns to indicate the second.

About obtaining location information

The time zone may not set appropriately when location information is obtained in a border of time zones, even if the information is correct.

• You can also execute time zone setting manually. (page 2018.

42

)

• The information of the time zones and its applicable areas is that as of January

41

42 Setting the world time

Setting the time zone manually

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ LLI ] and pull the crown out to position

the home time.

2 • When the mode is [

.

The second hand indicates the current time zone setting of

UTC

], you can only change the time zone setting of the home time.

• In this time, you can also change the setting of summer time (DST) by pressing button A .

• For details, see “Setting summer time (DST)” (page

52

).

Setting the world time 2

Press and release the upper right button

the local time.

of time zone setting changes alternately.

B

.

The second hand indicates the current time zone setting of • Each time you press the button, the minute hand of setting target slightly moves and the target (home time/local time)

3

Rotate the crown to choose a time zone.

Time indication changes.

4

Push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

43

44 Setting the world time

Interchanging the home time and local time

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ LLI ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

2

Press and release both the lower right button

A

and upper right button

time interchange.

B

simultaneously.

A confirmation tone sounds and the home time and local • Date and day-of-week indication follows the new home time after the interchange.

Receiving time information

It is recommended to receive the satellite signals outdoors with the wide-open

sky. For details, see “Information on satellite signal reception” (page

68

).

You can use the three types of reception below to receive time information. You can

also check the result of the previous reception (success or fail). (page

31

)

Type Use Time required (approx.) Time reception

(page

46

)

Normal reception for time and calendar adjustment 3 - 30 seconds

Leap second reception

(page

48

)

Reception for the leap-second-setting adjustment 36 seconds - 13 minutes

Automatic time reception

(page

50

)

Reception executed automatically when some conditions are fulfilled. 3 - 30 seconds • location information is not obtained while receiving time information. Execute

world time setting (page

33

) beforehand.

45

46 Receiving time information

Time reception (time required: about 3 -30 seconds)

Reception for time and calendar adjustment.

• It may take more time for reception when difference in time is large or calendar was set manually.

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ UTC ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

2

Press and hold the lower right button

A

for 2 seconds until the second hand points “ RX-TME ”.

• Release the button as the hands points “

RX-TME

”. Reception starts.

SC L –4 –3 RX -TM E NO RX-G PS

Receiving time information

After finishing the reception, the second hand indicates the reception result (page

31

) and returns to indicate the second.

• To cancel the reception, press and hold any button until the second hand returns to indicate the second.

• The time of the local time is also corrected automatically following its time zone setting.

When the time or calendar is still incorrect even after reception

Check the settings of world time (page

33

) and summer time (DST) (page

52

).

If the time is still incorrect after that, execute leap second reception (page

48

).

The leap second may be updated.

• Summer time (DST) information is not contained in the satellite signal.

47

48 Receiving time information

Leap second reception (time required: about 36 seconds - 13 minutes)

Reception for the leap-second-setting adjustment.

• You can also execute leap second setting manually. (page

73

)

1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ UTC ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

2

Press and hold the lower right button

A

for 7 seconds or more.

• Release the button after the second hand points “

RX-TME

” and turns fully around to point “

RX-TME

” again. Reception starts.

SC L –4 –3 RX -TM E NO RX-G PS

Receiving time information

After finishing the reception, the second hand indicates the reception result (page

31

) and returns to indicate the second.

• To cancel the reception, press and hold any button until the second hand returns to indicate the second.

• The time of the local time is also corrected automatically following its time zone setting.

When the time or calendar is still incorrect even after reception

Check the settings of world time (page

33

) and summer time (DST) (page

52

).

• Summer time (DST) information is not contained in the satellite signal.

49

50 Receiving time information

Automatic time reception

The watch starts time reception automatically when the conditions belows are fulfilled: • The watch has not received satellite signals for 6 days or more.

• The watch dial is being exposed to strong direct sunlight for 20 seconds or more.

• The crown is in position 0 and the mode is [

TME

] or [

UTC

] • The time of the home time is between 6:00AM and 6:00PM.

• The second hand does not move in two-second interval (page

64

).

Receiving time information

To cease to use automatic time reception

Set the mode to other than [

TME

] and [

UTC

] to use the watch.

About automatic time reception

Automatic time reception may be delayed in the following cases: • The second hand started to move once every two seconds (insufficient charge warning) after the last time reception.

• Automatic time reception is executed 6 days or more after the insufficient charge warning stopped by charging the watch.

• Time zone setting of the home time was changed. Automatic time reception is executed 6 days or more after the moment of the changing of the setting.

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52

Setting summer time (DST)

Summer time (Daylight Saving Time: DST) is a system adopted in some countries/ areas to gain an extra daylight during summer.

This watch can display summer time (DST) or standard time according to the time zone selected.

• You can change settings of summer time (DST)/standard time indication separately for the home time and the local time.

• Summer time (DST) information is not contained in the satellite signal. Adjust the setting manually before and after the summer time (DST) period.

• The summer time (DST) period varies depending on the country or area.

• The summer time (DST) rules may change depending on the country or area.

Setting summer time (DST) 1

Change the mode to [ TME ] or [ LLI ] and pull the crown out to position

2

.

The function indication indicates summer time (DST) setting of the home time (

SMT ON/OFF

) (page

54

).

• When the mode is [

UTC

], you can only change summer time (DST) setting of the home time.

Continued on the next page

53

54 Setting summer time (DST) 2

Press and release the lower right button

A

.

SMT ON OFF SMT S F S E SM T ON S M W F OFF SMT SMT OFF S T S F E SM T ON S M W F

The standard time is indicated.

• Each time you press the button, the summer time (DST) setting (

SMT ON/OFF

) changes alternately.

Setting summer time (DST)

3

Press and release the upper right button

setting of the local time (

SMT ON/OFF

).

of time zone setting changes alternately.

B

.

The function indication indicates summer time (DST) • Each time you press the button, the minute hand of setting target slightly moves and the target (home time/local time)

4

Press and release the lower right button

A

to change summer time (DST) setting of the local time.

5

Push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

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56

Using the chronograph

The chronograph on this watch can measure up to 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds by 1 second.

1

Change the mode to [ CHR ] and push the crown in to position

0

.

0 second is indicated.

2

Start measurement.

• See the next page for the method of measurement.

• Pulling out the crown will stop and reset the chronograph.

3

Change the mode to [ TME ] and push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

Using the chronograph

Chronograph second

50

NY C –5 MA O –4 RX -TM E

40

AN C CH –9 –6 ON SM T S T M W F HN L –10 ON –12 ALM OFF +14 E F 20 NO 22 14 12 24 02 10 +1 OK 04 SET UTC LLI RX-G PS +4 DXB +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L TME 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S

20

Button

B

:

Start/stop

Button

A

:

reset • Press and release this button to reset the chronograph after timing.

Chronograph hour/minute

• After 24 hours of continuous chronograph operation, the chronograph automatically stops and is reset.

• The hour and minute hands and date and day-of-week indication indicate the time of the home time.

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58

Using alarm

The alarm on this watch always works based on the home time.

• The alarm time is set in 24-hour basis.

• Take care when changing the time zone setting of the home time after setting alarm.

Checking alarm setting

1

Change the mode to [ ALM ] and push the crown in to position

marker ( 0

.

The dual time indication indicates the current alarm time setting.

• “Hour” is indicated with the ▲ ) pointing numbers on the outer circle. “Minute” is indicated with the minute hand and makers on the inner circle.

2

Press and release the lower right button

A

.

Ex .

22 20 02 04 06 08 18 16 10 12

Hour marker of the alarm time

RX -TM E RX -TM E RX -TM E RX-G RX -TM PS RX-G PS RX-G PS RX-G PS

Using alarm

The second hand indicates the current alarm setting (

ALM ON/OFF

).

ALM ON –9 –9 ALM OFF AN C AN C HN L –10 HN L –12 ALM OFF ON +14 –12

40

OFF HN L +14 –10

40

HN L –12 ALM MDY OFF +14 ON –12 SYD ALM OFF +14 SYD

• Alarm setting indication ( Pressing button A • Press and hold button B

ALM ON/OFF

) stops in 10 seconds and returns to indicate the second automatically. also ends the indication.

for 2 seconds or more to monitor the alarm sound.

3

Change the mode to [ TME ] and push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

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60 Using alarm

Changing alarm setting

1

Change the mode to [ ALM ] and pull the crown out to

(

position ALM ON/OFF

2

.

The dual time indication indicates the current alarm time setting and the second hand shows the current alarm setting ).

• The hour and minute hands may temporarily be moved away to show the alarm time setting without obstruction.

2

Rotate the crown to set the alarm time.

• If you rotate the crown quickly a few times, the hand will move continuously. To stop the rapid movement, rotate the crown in either direction.

Using alarm

• “Hour” is indicated with the marker ( on the outer circle. “Minute” is indicated with the minute Ex .

7:15 AM

02 22 04 06 08 18 16 10 12

▲ ) pointing numbers Hour marker of the alarm time

3

Press and release the lower right button

A

to set the alarm setting (

alternately.

ALM ON/OFF ).

• Each time you press the button, the setting changes

4

Change the mode to [ TME ] and push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

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62

Charging your watch

This watch has a rechargeable cell which is charged by exposing the dial to light, such as direct sunlight or fluorescent lamps (refer to page

half-a-month.

66

for charging guidelines).

For optimal performance, be sure to:

• Put the watch in a location where the dial is exposed to bright light such as by the window even when it is not used.

• Expose its dial to direct sunlight for 5 or 6 hours at least every • Avoid leaving it in dark places for long periods of time.

Charging your watch

CAUTION

• This watch contains a large-capacity rechargeable cell for performing power consuming satellite signal reception. This large capacity cell takes more time to charge than those found in other Eco-Drive watches.

• If the surrounding temperature falls below 0°C (32°F) or exceeds 40°C (104°F), the “Charge suspension temperature detection function” will activate and charging will not be possible.

• Do not charge the watch at a high temperature (about 60°C (140°F) or higher) as doing so may cause movement malfunction.

• If the watch is obscured from light by long sleeves frequently, supplemental charging may be needed to ensure continual operation.

• The watch stops charging automatically after finishing (overcharging prevention function). The function prevents damage to performance of the watch and rechargeable cell due to overcharging.

Continued on the next page

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64

N YC -7 SC L RI -4

W

O -3

T F S

-2 -1

NO

0 +1

OK

ATH +2 +3 RU H +4 DX B +5 +5 .5

+6

S ON SMT OFF

E T L I 24

O N A L M O F F

20 16 12 4 8

7

+10 SY D CAUTION • If you do not charge the watch for 30 days after it has stopped, recharging will not be possible (over discharge detection function). Consult an authorized service center if no hands start to move even after charging a stopped watch for one day or more exposing to direct sunlight.

Charging your watch

During the insufficient charge warning state

The time and date is indicated correctly.

• In any mode other than [

UTC

], indication is the same as that in the [

TME

] mode.

Operations below are available: -Checking power generation amount -Setting the world time -Adjusting the time and calendar manually -Resetting the watch - All Reset • You cannot execute operations other than above such as obtainment of location information or reception of satellite time signals.

Continued on the next page

65

66 Charging your watch

Charging time by environment

Below are the approximate charging times when exposing to light continuously. Please use this table as a reference only.

Environment Outdoors (sunny) Outdoors (cloudy) 20 cm (7-7/8 inches) away from a fluorescent lamp (30W) Interior lighting Illuminance (lx)

100,000 10,000 3,000 500

To work for one day Charging time (approx.) To start working normally when the cell is discharged To become fully charged when the cell is discharged

4 minutes 25 minutes 1.5 hours 8 hours 5.5 hours 40 hours 150 hours − 50 hours 270 hours − − • Exposing to direct sunlight is recommended to charge your watch. A fluorescent lamp or interior lighting does not have sufficient illumination to charge the rechargeable cell efficiently.

Charging your watch

Power save function

The hour, minute and second hands stop automatically to save power as 3 days passed after starting to keep the watch in a dark place such as in a case.

• The watch is still running internally to keep the time and calendar correctly even after the power save function has activated.

• The alarm does not sound during power save function is activated.

• The power save function is not activated when the position of the crown is 1 or 2 .

• The power save status ends and the hands return to indicate the current time as the watch is operated or the dial is exposed to light and power generation starts.

Duration without additional charging after charging the watch fully

About 1 year and 6 months in normal use.

• When using functions in the frequency below: time reception every 6 days, chronograph 1 hour a day and alarm once a day.

• The watch will keep running internally for up to 5 years with the power save function.

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68

Information on satellite signal reception

This watch receives time information from satellites to indicate the time and calendar. It also obtains location information from them to indicate time appropriate in the area where it is actually used.

For receiving the satellite signal smoothly

Satellite signal reception is power consuming. Take care of power reserve when executing reception.

• This watch keep moving in average monthly accuracy of ±5 seconds even without receiving the satellite time signal.

• Use the function to see the result of the previous reception (success or fail) (page

31

) effectively to try to execute reception in best frequency.

Information on satellite signal reception

Cautions regarding receiving the satellite signal Do not perform signal reception while operating a vehicle as doing so is extremely dangerous.

• If the second hand is moving once every two seconds (insufficient charge warning function), you cannot perform satellite signal reception. Charge the watch sufficiently before attempting signal reception.

• Even when this watch receives the signal successfully, the accuracy of the displayed time will be dependent on the reception environment and internal processing.

• The automatic correction feature of this watch is supported until 28/2/2100.

• Summer time (DST) information is not contained in the satellite signal. Adjust

the setting manually before and after the summer time (DST) period. (page

52

)

Continued on the next page

69

70 Information on satellite signal reception

When receiving the satellite signal

As shown in the picture below, make sure you are in an area with few surrounding trees, buildings, or other objects which may obstruct the satellite signal. Face the dial towards the sky and perform signal reception.

• For successful reception there should be a clear view of the sky as depicted in the illustration when attempting to receive the satellite signal.

• Reception may fail due to the positions of satellites when you try to receive their signals.

Information on satellite signal reception

Receiving signals indoors near a window

Place the watch near a window with a wide view of the sky and orient the dial in an obliquely upward direction to the sky.

• Signal reception from some satellites is required for obtaining location information. So it is possible that location information cannot be obtained in an environment where time information can be received. Outdoor signal reception is recommended for obtaining location information.

• It may be difficult to receive satellite signals through special types of window glass.

Continued on the next page

71

72 Information on satellite signal reception

Poor reception areas

It may be difficult to receive the satellite signal under certain environmental conditions or in certain areas.

Areas with obstructions above the watch

• Indoors or underground • Areas surrounded by tall buildings or trees • When the weather is cloudy or rainy, or during a thunderstorm etc.

Nearby objects which emit magnetism or noise

• High-voltage electric cables, railway lines /overhead cables, airports, and transmission facilities.

• Electrical appliances and OA equipment • Mobile telephones in the process of calling/transmitting • Mobile telephone base stations etc.

Information on satellite signal reception

Checking and adjusting the leap second setting

This watch displays the time by applying the leap second to the International Atomic Time information received from satellites.

The leap second may be applied once a few years and the leap second setting on the watch is automatically adjusted when it is applied.

Check and adjust the leap second setting manually following the steps below when it is not adjusted automatically.

You can find a list of leap seconds at the website of IERS (INTERNATIONAL EARTH ROTATION & REFERENCE SYSTEMS SERVICE):

http://hpiers.obspm.fr/eop-pc/earthor/utc/TAI-UTC_tab.html

Continued on the next page

73

74 Information on satellite signal reception 1

Change the mode to [ SET ] and pull the crown out to position

2

.

The second hand stops.

2

Press and hold upper right button

B

for 2 seconds or more.

MA O –4

Using the “0:00:00” position as the starting point, the minute and second hands indicate the leap second setting.

When the leap second setting is AN C

40 seconds”.

–9 HN L –6 NY C –10 S –5 “ T

ON SM T RX E 37 seconds” T S ON -TM –12 E ALM OFF +14 20 NO 22 LA 16 AN C

40

DE 24 CH

50

NY C –9 HN L –6 14 S –10 –5 02 O –4 +12 AKL T 12 ON SM T OK 04 RX T S ON –12 LLI 06 10 -TM E ALM OFF +14 F ALM E SET RX-G PS 7 +5 KH I

10

When the leap second setting is UTC NO +9.

5 AD L 60 +8 0 TY O

The hands point to “1 minute 5 seconds”.

20 22 16 24 14 +5 .5

02 DE L BJ S +12 AKL “ 12 BK

‒ 20

+1 OK 04 06 10 65 seconds” SET RX-G PS 7 UTC +4 DXB +9.

5 AD L +5 KH I

10

+9 TY O +5 .5

+8 DE L BJ S

20

BK

Information on satellite signal reception 3

Turn the crown to adjust the setting if the leap second is not correct.

• Adjustable range is from 0 to ‒90 seconds.

4

Change the mode to [ TME ] and push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

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76 Information on satellite signal reception

Checking and adjusting the rollover number setting

In order for this watch to correctly process the week information* received from the satellite, a rollover number for each time period is set. The rollover numbers will be updated automatically.

If the rollover number setting is incorrect, the time and date may not be indicated accurately. Check the rollover number setting and adjust it if it is incorrect.

* Called “Week number”. Weeks are represented with numbers from 0 to 1023 (approx. 20-year cycle).

Information on satellite signal reception

Table of rollover number and time period

Time period (Coordinated Universal Time, GMT)

22/8/1999 (Sun) 0:00 – 7/4/2019 (Sun) 0:00 – 21/11/2038 (Sun) 0:00 – 7/7/2058 (Sun) 0:00 – 20/2/2078 (Sun) 0:00 – 6/10/2097 (Sun) 0:00 – 22/5/2117 (Sat) 23:59

Rollover number 0 1 2 3 4 5 Continued on the next page

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78 Information on satellite signal reception 1

Change the mode to [ SET ] and pull the crown out to position

2

.

The second hand stops.

2

Press and hold the upper right button

indicate the leap second setting (page

73

B

).

for 2 seconds or more until the leap second setting is indicated.

• Release the button when the second and minute hands

3

Press and hold the upper right button

B

for 7 seconds or more.

The second hand indicates the current rollover number setting.

Indication of the rollover number

0 1 2 3 4 5 LA AN C DE –8

50

NY C CH I –6 –5 MA O –4 ON T –7 S RIO –3 RX -TM E –9 T M T S

40

HN L –10 ON –12 ALM OFF +14 E F 20 18 NO 22 16 24 14 12 +1 OK 10 02 +12 AKL 04 06 +11 NOU LLI SET ALM RX-G PS UTC CHR +4 DXB +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

+6 DE L DA +7 +8 BJ S BK 7 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O

20

Information on satellite signal reception

4

Turn the crown to adjust the setting if it is not correct.

• Adjustable range is from “0” to “5”.

• See “Table of rollover number and time period” (page

77

)

and set the correct rollover number.

5

Change the mode to [ TME ] and push the crown in to position

0

to finish the procedure.

The second hand returns to indicate the second.

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80

Adjusting the time and calendar manually

You can set the time and calendar of the home time manually.

• Execute world time setting (page

33

) beforehand.

• The time of the local time is corrected automatically following its time zone setting after setting the home time manually.

1

Change the mode to [ SET ] and pull the crown out to position

2

.

The second hand stops.

2

Press and hold the lower right button

A

for 2 seconds or more.

The minute hand slightly moves and time and calendar become adjustable.

Adjusting the time and calendar manually 3

Press and release the lower right button corrected.

follows:

Hour and minute

date

year/month

day of week

A →

repeatedly to change the hand/indication to be

• Each time you press the button, the target changes as (back to the top) • The hands and indications slightly move when selected to show they become adjustable.

Continued on the next page

81

82 Adjusting the time and calendar manually 4

. Rotate the crown to adjust the hand/indication.

• Hour, minute and date move synchronously. Take care the time set is AM or PM. Change of date indication shows it just became AM.

• Year and month are indicated with the second hand. Set

them referring to page

84

indication rotates 5 times.

.

• Date indication changes to the next as the function • When you rotate the crown quickly a few times, the hand/ indication will move continuously. To stop the rapid movement, rotate the crown in either direction.

5

Repeat steps 3 and 4.

Adjusting the time and calendar manually 6

Push the crown in to position

0

in accordance with a reliable time source.

The second hand starts moving from 0 second.

7

Change the mode to [ TME ] to finish the procedure.

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84 Adjusting the time and calendar manually

Month and year indications

Set the year and month with the position of the second hand.

“Month” corresponds to one of the 12 zones shown in the figure below.

Each number means month.

“Year” corresponds to the years since leap year and is indicated with markers in the zone of each month.

9 10 8 H N L X LA N YC -9 A -6 N SC L C -5 -1 0 M DY C H I D N 7 -4 .8

RI O H N L -8 -3

RX TM W T F S

.0

-2

O N

.6

N YC

SMT OFF A L M

-12

O F F

-6 +14 -9 -7 SC .4

-5 .2

L +13 6 20 16 -4 .8

24 -3

RX TM E

S E T UT C 8 TME CH R L L I

7

A ML 12 +12

W T F

+11 .0

+10 5 +9 .5

SY D -1 0 M DY -1

NO

-11 0 RI O .6

O N

12

S

+1

OK

-12 ATH +2 FEN RU H +4

RX

-2

S ON SMT OFF A L M O F F

+14 .4

PDL B +5 -1 H I +5 .5

NO

+8 +9 AD L .2

4 TY O +13 2 3 20 16 TBU LON PAR 0 +1 24 12 4 8 +12 AKL

OK

S E T UT C +11 ATH +2 TME CH R L L I NOU

7

+3 RU H

RX GP S

A +10 SY D ML +4 +9 .5

DX +5 +9 AD L B +5 .5

Years since leap year:

0

(Leap year) Years since leap year:

1

Years since leap year:

2

Years since leap year:

3 K H I +6 +8 TY O +7 D EL C A D B JS K B K 0 1 2 3

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Year 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 -9 -6 -5 -3 -4

RX TM E

.8

W T F S

.0

-2 .6

ON SMT OFF

.4

-1 0 -11

O N A L M O F

-12 +14 .2

-1

NO

+13 0 20 16 24 12 +12 4 8 +1 +2

OK

+3

RX GP S

+4 +5 +5 .5

+6 S E T UT C TME CH R L L I A ML +7 +8

7

+9 +9 .5

+11 +10 2032 2033 2034 2035 Years since leap year 0

(Leap year)

1 2 3 Adjusting the time and calendar manually Second hand

Hour marker 1st min. marker 2nd min. marker 3rd min. marker Ex.: Position of the second hand when setting July 2018 You can find that the years since leap year of 2018 is “2” from the table and the second hand must be set to the 2nd minute marker of July zone.

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86

Troubleshooting

Checking and correcting the reference position

If the time or calender is not shown correctly even after proper reception of the time signal, check whether the reference position is correct.

• If the hands and indication do not reflect the correct reference position, the time and calendar will not be indicated accurately even if the satellite signal is received.

What is the reference position?

The base position of all hands and calendar to properly indicate the various functions of this watch.

• Hour, minute and second hands: 0 hour 00 minute 0 second • Date indication: between “31” and “1” • Function indication: “S” (Sunday) • Dual time indication: 0 hour 00 minute Correct reference positions 50

NY C –5 CH –6 MA O –4 RIO –3 RX -TM E SMT OFF SM T

40

AN C –9 HN L –10 S M T S ON –12 ALM OFF +14 F 20 NO 14 12 10 +1 OK 22 24 02 +12 AKL 04 SET UTC LLI RX-G PS +4 DXB +5 KH I

10

+5 .5

DE L TME 1 31 +9.

5 AD L +9 TY O +8 BJ S

20

Troubleshooting 1

Change the mode to [ CHR ] and pull the crown out to position

2

.

The second hand and dual time indication point to 0 position and stop.

2

Press and hold the lower right button

reference positions stored in memory.

position.

A

.

The hands and indication start to move to the current • Release the button as the hands start to move.

• Some hands show special movement to adjust their

3

Check the reference positions of them referring to the illustration of the previous pages.

Correct Wrong

Push the crown in to position 0 to finish the procedure. Set the mode to [

TME

] after that.

Proceed to step 4 in the next page and correct the reference position.

Continued on the next page

87

88 Troubleshooting 4

Press and release the lower right button

and date indication become adjustable.

A

.

The function indication slightly moves and the indication

5

Press and release the lower right button corrected.

follows:

Function indication/date indication

→ A

repeatedly to change the hand/indication to be

• Each time you press the button, the target changes as

Dual time indication

Hour and minute hands

Second hand

→ • The hands slightly move when selected to show they become adjustable.

(Back to the top)

Troubleshooting 6

Rotate the crown to adjust the hand/indication.

• When you rotate the crown quickly a few times, the hand/ indication will move continuously. To stop the rapid movement, rotate the crown in either direction.

7

Repeat steps 5 and 6.

8

Push the crown in to position

0

.

9

Change the mode to [ TME ] to finish the procedure.

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90 Troubleshooting

Symptom and Remedies Symptom Problems with satellite signal reception

Reception is unsuccessful.

Remedies

Check whether the mode is [

TME

] or [

UTC

].

When the second hand moves once every two seconds, the watch cannot receive signals. Charge the watch.

Avoiding places where the satellite signal may be obstructed and objects which emit noise, face the dial towards the sky and start reception.

Remove the watch from your wrist and try again.

If the remedies above do not solve the problems, consult an authorized service center.

Page

65

72

− −

Symptom Remedies Problems with satellite signal reception (continued)

Automatic time reception does not work correctly.

Check whether the mode is [

TME

] or [

UTC

].

Check the world time setting.

The correct time and calendar are not indicated after successful reception.

Check the summer time (DST) setting.

Execute leap second reception if the time and calendar is still incorrect even after executing time reception.

Check and adjust the settings of leap second and rollover number.

Troubleshooting

Page

73

50

33

52

48

,

76

Check and correct the reference position.

86

91

92 Troubleshooting

Symptom Movement of a hand/indication seems strange Remedies

Indication is incorrect.

Check the mode.

The power reserve is not indicated.

Charging may be stopped (non-chargeable state).

Check it again at a location of suitable temperature.

The second hand moves once every two seconds. Charge the watch.

The second hand does not move.

Push the crown in to position other than [

CHR

].

0 in any mode No hands move.

Charge the watch under direct sunlight until the second hand moves normally.

If the remedies above do not solve the problems, consult an authorized service center.

Page

17

27

62

66

Troubleshooting

Symptom Time/calendar is abnormal.

Remedies

Time/calendar is incorrect.

Check the world time setting.

Check the summer time (DST) setting.

Receive the satellite signal to adjust the time and calendar.

Time is incorrect though the world time setting is correct and reception of the satellite signal succeeded.

Check and correct the reference position.

Adjust the time and calendar manually.

Check the summer time (DST) setting.

Check and correct the leap second setting.

Check and correct the reference position.

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45

86

80

52

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86

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94 Troubleshooting

Symptom Charging and other problems Remedies

If the surrounding temperature falls below 0°C (32°F) or exceeds 40°C (104°F), the “Charge suspension temperature detection function” will activate and charging will not be possible.

The watch does not work even though it is charged.

If the “Over discharge detection function” is activated, charging is not possible. If the watch does not work after exposing the dial to direct sunlight for more than one day, it is possible that the rechargeable cell has over discharged. Consult an authorized service center.

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Troubleshooting

Symptom Charging and other problems (continued) Remedies

The watch stops immediately after it is charged.

Charge the watch for 2 to 3 days under direct sunlight. If the second hand starts moving once every two seconds the watch is being charged correctly. Continue charging even when the second hand starts moving normally.

If no change can be seen, consult an authorized service center.

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Do not want to receive satellite signals.

Change to any mode other than [

TME

] and [

UTC

]. Automatic time reception is ceased.

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96 Troubleshooting

Resetting the watch — All Reset

When the watch does not work properly, you can reset all the settings. If the power reserve is insufficient, charge the watch first.

Be sure to perform the following operations after All Reset.

1

. Correct the reference positions.

After All Reset, the watch is in the reference position

adjustment mode. Refer to step 4 and after on page

88

.

2

Set the world time.

Obtaining location information: See page

(page

45

or

80

).

33

. When

you set it manually, execute also time and calendar setting

Troubleshooting

1

Change the mode to [ CHR ] and pull the crown out to position

2

.

2

Press and hold buttons

A

and

B

at the same time for 4 seconds or more and release them.

Alarm sounds as the buttons are released and the hands move to their current reference position.

Calendar World time Reception result Summer time (DST) Alarm setting The setting values after All Reset

January of leap year (5-second position) Time zone (offset) 0 (LON), London NO OFF at all time zones OFF

Alarm time Leap seconds Rollover number

0:00 AM No change after All Reset

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Eco-Drive watch handling precautions

• For optimal performance, your watch should remain fully charged. • Long sleeves may inhibit light transmission to your watch. This may result in your watch loosing charge. In these cases supplemental charging may be necessary.

• When you take off the watch, place it in a bright location to ensure optimal performance.

Eco-Drive watch handling precautions

CAUTION Examples:

Recharging Precautions

• Do not charge the watch at a high temperature (about movement to malfunction.

• Charging the watch too close to a light source which generates a large amount of heat such as an incandescent lamp or halogen lamp.

sure to leave 50 cm (20 inches) or more between the lamp and the watch to avoid exposing the watch to excessive heat.

• Charging the watch in a location where the temperature of a vehicle.

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100 Eco-Drive watch handling precautions

• This watch utilizes a special rechargeable cell that does not require periodical replacement. However power consumption may increase after using the watch for a number of years due to wear of internal components and deterioration of oils. This may cause stored power to be depleted at a faster rate. For optimal performance, we recommend having your watch inspected every 2-3 years for proper operation and condition check.

WARNING

Handling of Rechargeable Cell

• The rechargeable cell should never be removed from the watch. out of the reach of children to prevent accidental swallowing. If the rechargeable cell is accidentally swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.

• Do not dispose of the rechargeable cell with ordinary garbage. Please follow the instructions of your municipality regarding collection of batteries to prevent the risk of fire or

Eco-Drive watch handling precautions

WARNING

battery to rupture.

Use Only the Specified Battery

• Never use a battery other than the rechargeable cell specified for use in this watch. battery is installed, if a conventional watch battery or other type of battery is installed in the watch and the watch is recharged, there is the risk of overcharging which may cause the This can cause damage to the watch and injury to the wearer. When replacing the rechargeable cell, always make sure to use the designated rechargeable cell.

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Water resistance

WARNING

Water Resistance

• Refer to the watch dial and/or the case back for the indication of the water resistance of your watch. The following 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 Name

Non water-resistant Everyday use water-resistant watch Upgraded everyday use water resistant watch

Indication Dial or Case back Specification

— Non water-resistant WATER RESIST Water-resistant to 3 atmospheres W. R. 5 bar W. R. 10/20 bar Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres Water-resistant to 10 or 20 atmospheres Minor exposure to water (washing face, rain, etc.) Swimming and general washing work

NO NO OK OK OK NO OK OK

Skin diving, marine sports

NO NO NO OK

Scuba diving using an air tank

NO NO NO NO

Saturation diving using helium gas

NO NO NO NO

Operate the button when the watch is wet

NO NO NO NO

Water resistance

Water-related use Name

Non water-resistant Everyday use water-resistant watch Upgraded everyday use water resistant watch

Indication Dial or Case back Specification

— Non water-resistant WATER RESIST Water-resistant to 3 atmospheres W. R. 5 bar W. R. 10/20 bar Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres Water-resistant to 10 or 20 atmospheres Minor exposure to water (washing Swimming and general

NO NO OK OK OK NO OK OK NO NO NO OK

Scuba diving using an air

NO NO NO NO

Saturation diving using

NO NO NO NO

Operate the crown or button when the watch

NO NO NO NO

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• Non-water resistant models are not designed to come into contact with any moisture. Take care not to expose a watch with this rating to any type of moisture.

• Water resistance for daily use (to 3 atmospheres) means the watch is water resistant for occasional accidental splashing.

• 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.

Precautionary items and usage limitations

CAUTION

and others.

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 • 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 • Take off your watch before going to bed.

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CAUTION

Precautions

• Always use the watch with the crown pushed in (normal position). If the crown is of the screw • Do not operate the crown or any push buttons when the watch is wet. Water may enter the watch causing damage to vital components.

• If water enters the watch or the watch fogs up and does not clear up even after a long time, consult your dealer or an authorized service center for inspection and/or repair.

• Even if your watch has a high level of water resistance, please be careful of the following.

- If your watch is immersed in sea water, rinse thoroughly with fresh water and wipe with a dry cloth.

- Do not pour water from a tap directly onto your watch.

- Take off your watch before taking a bath.

• 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, push

Precautionary items and usage limitations

CAUTION

When Wearing Your Watch

• Leather bands and rubber (urethane) bands will deteriorate over time due to perspiration dirt. Because of the natural materials, leather band will be worn, deformed, and discolored over time. It is recommended to replace the band periodically.

• 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.

• Do not stain a leather band with substances containing volatile materials, bleach, alcohol (including cosmetics). Discoloration and premature aging may be occurred. Ultraviolet light such as direct sunlight may cause discoloration or deformation.

• It is recommended to take off the watch if it gets wet, even if the watch itself is water-resistant.

• Do not wear the band too tightly. Try to leave enough space between the band and your skin to allow adequate ventilation.

• 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

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CAUTION

When Wearing Your Watch (continued)

• Please request adjustment or repair of the band in the following cases: - You notice an abnormality with the band due to corrosion.

- The pin of the band is protruding.

• We recommend seeking the assistance of an experienced watch technician for sizing of your leading to loss of your watch or injury. Consult an authorized service center.

• 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.

• 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 keeping time accurately. Do not allow the watch to come into close proximity to magnetic health devices (magnetic necklaces, magnetic elastic bands, etc.) or the magnets used in the latches of refrigerator and so on.

Precautionary items and usage limitations

• 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.

• The integrated circuits (IC) used in quartz watches are sensitive to static electricity. Please note the watch may operate erratically or not at all if exposed to intense static electricity.

• If paint thinner, benzene or other solvents or products containing these solvents (including gasoline, nail-polish remover, cresol, bathroom cleaners and adhesives, water repellent, etc.) are allowed to come into contact with the watch, they 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.

• Be sure to remove any protective stickers that may be on your watch (case back, band, clasp, etc.). Otherwise, perspiration or moisture may enter the gaps between the protective stickers and the parts, which may result in a skin rash and/or corrosion of the metal parts.

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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 • The case and band of the watch come into direct contact with the skin. Corrosion of the metal or accumulated foreign matter may result in black residue coming from the bracelet when exposed to moisture or perspiration. Be sure to keep your watch clean at all times.

• Be sure to periodically clean the bracelet and case of your watch to remove accumulated irritation with the skin. If you notice this, discontinue wearing the watch and consult your physician.

• Be sure to periodically clean foreign matter and accumulated materials from the metal band, synthetic rubber strap (polyurethane) and/or metal case using a soft brush and mild soap. Be careful not to allow moisture on the case if your watch is not water resistant.

clean by wiping with a dry cloth.

Precautionary items and usage limitations

Caring for Your Watch

• Wipe any dirt or moisture such as perspiration from the case and crystal with a soft cloth.

• For metallic, plastic or synthetic rubber (polyurethane) band, clean it with soap and a soft toothbrush. Be sure to thoroughly rinse the band after cleaning to remove any soap residue.

• For a leather band, wipe off dirt using a dry cloth.

• 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.

The paint on the dial and hands helps you with reading the time in a dark place. The luminous paint stores light (daylight or artificial light) 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 will appear bright at first and then diminish 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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Specifications

Model Timekeeping accuracy (without reception) Operating temperature range

F990

Type

Average monthly accuracy: ±5 seconds when worn at normal operation temperatures between +5°C (41°F) and +35°C (95°F) ‒10°C (14°F) to +60°C (140°F) Analog solar-powered watch

Display functions Maximum run time from full charge Battery

• Time: Hours, minutes, seconds • Dual time: Hour, minute • Power reserve: 5 levels levels • When fully charged, the watch runs without additional charging Approximately 5 years) • Power reserve upon insufficient charge warning function: Approximately 5 days Rechargeable cell (lithium button cell), 1pc.

Specifications Additional functions

• Solar power function • Insufficient charge warning function (two-second interval movement) • Over discharge detection function • Charge suspension temperature detection function • Uncharged state indication function • Power reserve indication (in five levels) • Light-Level Indicator (power generation amount indication function in seven levels) • Power save function • Satellite time signal reception function • Location information obtainment function • Confirming reception status (

RX-GPS/ RX-TME

) • Indicating the result of the last

OK/NO

• World time—39 time zones (27 place names) • Summer time (DST) (

SMT ON/OFF

) • Dual time function (hour and minute) • Home time/local time interchanging function • Chronograph function • Alarm function (

ALM ON/OFF

) • Perpetual calendar (until February 28th, 2100) • Antimagnetic feature/ Impact detection function/ Automatic hand correction function (for hour, minute and second hands) Specifications and contents of this booklet are subject to change without prior notice.

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European Union directives conformance statement Hereby, CITIZEN WATCH CO.,LTD. declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of directive 2014/53/EU and all other relevant EU directives.

You can find your product’s Declaration of Conformity at “http://www.citizenwatch-global.com/ ”.

Model No.CC7

* Cal.F990

CTZ-B8198

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