Bedienungsanleitung (Englisch)

Bedienungsanleitung (Englisch)
取扱説明書
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.
Visit the Citizen website (http://www.citizenwatch-global.com/) to view visual
guides for operation of your watch. Some models may be equipped with external
features (calculation scale, tachymeter, etc.). Visual guides for operation of such
external features can also be found on the website.
To check the movement number
A case number—4 alphanumeric characters and 6 Engraving position example
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
The engraving position may differ
movement number.
depending on watch model.
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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 48 to
61) 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
■ Important instructions are categorized and depicted in this manual as follows:
Warning (caution) symbol followed by instructions that should
be followed or precautions that should be observed.
Warning (caution) symbol followed by prohibited matters.
2
Features
The combination
watch of the analog
and digital display
Solar-powered—no
need for battery
replacement
Lap time measurement
per 1/1000 second
(→ page 24) with the
lap recording function
(→ page 28)
World time—easy to see the
time of 43 cities all over the
world (→ page 30)
This watch is powered by light.
If the watch is not exposed to light for a long time, it stops moving.
See page 14 for charging the battery.
3
Before using this watch
■Checking the battery
Check your watch as follows before using it:
Check the movement of the second hand.
Moving at 1-second intervals.
Moving at 2-second intervals or has
stopped.
Check the digital section.
“
” is not displayed.
“
” is displayed.
Expose the dial to light for
charging the battery.
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Start using the watch!
•To adjust the time and calendar, see page 20.
Before using this watch
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 pages 14.
For optimal performance, perform the following:
• Expose the watch with the dial facing towards direct sunlight for five to six hours
atleast once a month.
• Avoid leaving the watch in dark places for long periods of time.
5
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 your nearest authorized Citizen 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.
6
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.
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Table of contents
Component identification.............10 Measuring lap times—
Race mode.................................24
Changing the mode of
the digital section......................12 Checking the records of lap times—
Lap Record mode.......................28
Charging your watch.....................14
Power saving function..................18 Checking the time of another city—
World Time mode......................30
Adjusting the time and calendar—
Table
of city names.......................32
Time and Calendar mode...........20
Using
the alarm—
Using the chronograph—
Alarm
mode...............................34
Chronograph mode....................22
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Table of contents
Using the timer—Timer mode......36
Troubleshooting...........................38
Precautionary items and
usage limitations.......................55
Checking and correcting the current
reference position.....................41
Warranty and Service....................62
All Reset.......................................46
Glossary.......................................66
Eco-Drive watch handling
precautions...............................48
Customer support center...............68
Specifications...............................64
Water resistance...........................52
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Component identification
1/10 chronograph
second hand
1/100 chronograph
second hand
Minute hand
2
.02
50
Hour hand
Chronograph
second hand
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
Button B
60
55
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
4
.04
10
.05 5
.08
8
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
Crown
1/1000Sec.
Second hand
20
40
35
Button M
10
30
24-hour hand
25
Button A
Digital section
Component identification
•The solar cell is built in under the dial.
•The illustrations in this instruction manual may differ from the actual appearance
of your watch.
11
Changing the mode of the digital section
1 Press button M repeatedly to
change the mode.
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
Year
60
55
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
8
Button B
Month, day
4
.04
10
.05 5
.08
Time and Calendar mode
(→ page 20)
.06
6
.07
7
24
Day of the week
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
25
Timer mode
(→ page 36)
Button M
While calendar or world time is
displayed, the digital section is lighted
for 2 seconds by pressing button B.
12
Timer indicator
“TMR” (Timer)
Changing the mode of the digital section
Chronograph mode
Race mode
Lap Record mode
(→ page 22)
(→ page 24)
(→ page 28)
“CHR” (Chronograph)
“RAC” (Race)
Kind of the records
Alarm mode
World Time mode
(→ page 34)
(→ page 30)
A (AM)/P (PM) indicator
(for 12‑hour clock)
Alarm indicator
City for the alarm setting
Daylight saving time
indicator
City of the local time
13
Charging your watch
When the battery becomes short of power—Insufficient charge
warning function
Function and the movement of the watch
1/10 chronograph
When the battery becomes short of power—
second hand
1/100 chronograph Insufficient charge warning function 1
second hand
Chronograph
second hand
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
4
.04
10
.05 5
.08
8
“ ” appears on the digital section. The
chronograph hands do not move (except the
chronograph second hand).
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
Second hand
14
30
25
When the battery becomes nearly runs out—
Insufficient charge warning function 2
The second hand moves once every two seconds.
You cannot operate the watch.
•The alarm tone does not sound.
•If you have not charged the battery for three days
or more since the warning movement began, the
battery will run out and the watch will stop.
Charging your watch
When the battery becomes short of power, insufficient charge warning function
1 and 2 are activated in order. Charge the battery by exposing the dial to light.
While the battery is charged:
60
55
50
Insufficient
3
charge warning
2
4
1
function
1 5
0
indication 6
.02
.03
30 40
10
50
0
.00
.09
9
“
.08
8
.06
.07
7
45
” disappears.
10
.05
.01
20
05
.04
24
6
18
12
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
The two-second
interval
movement
30
The second hand starts to move normally.
” disappears.
25• Keep charging the battery until “
15
Charging your watch
Charging time by environment
Below are the approximate times required for charging when exposing the watch
dial to light continuously. Please use this table as a reference only.
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Environment
Illuminance
(lx)
To work for
one day
Charging time (approx.)
To start working
To become fully
normally when the cell charged when the cell is
is discharged
discharged
40 minutes
30 hours
Outdoors (sunny)
100,000
3 minutes
Outdoors (cloudy)
10,000
12 minutes
2 hours
60 hours
20 cm away from
a fluorescent lamp
(30W)
3,000
40 minutes
5 hours
200 hours
Interior lighting
500
4 hours
35 hours
—
•To charge your watch, it is recommended to expose the dial to direct sunlight.
A fluorescent lamp or interior lighting does not have sufficient illumination to
charge the rechargeable cell efficiently.
Charging your watch
•Time taken for batteries to deplete after a full charge, without any further
charging:
With Power Saving on: Approx. 7 years
With Power Saving off: Approx. 8 months
•Time taken for batteries to deplete after an insufficient charge warning:
Approx. 3 days
Overcharging prevention function
•When your watch becomes fully charged, the overcharging prevention function is
automatically activated to prevent the battery from becoming charged further.
•No matter how much the watch is charged, it will not affect the secondary battery,
timekeeping, functions or performance of the watch.
17
Power saving function
When the dial is not exposed to light for a certain period of time, the power saving
function 1 and 2 are activated as follows:
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
4
.04
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
Button M
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Condition when the function is activated
When the dial is not exposed to light for
more than 30 minutes—Power saving
function 1
30
25
Button A
When the dial is not exposed to light
for more than 7 days—Power saving
function 2
Power saving function
Caution
Charge the battery if the second hand is moving once every 2 seconds after the
power saving function is canceled. (→ page 14)
Movement of the watch
The digital section is turned
off.
To cancel the function
Expose the dial to light or press any button.
Expose the dial to light.
The digital section is turned •The hour, minute, second, and 24-hour hands
start to move and indicate the current time.
off and all hands stop at the
•If the indicated time is not correct, adjust the
reference position.
time and calendar. (→ page 20)
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Adjusting the time and calendar — Time and Calendar mode
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
4
.04
10
.05 5
.08
8
•The time on the digital section set here is
the basic time of the watch—the home
time.
•The analog section indicates the home
time corresponding to the setting.
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
1.Press button M to change the mode
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
0 1
25
Button A
Button M
Refer to “Table of city names”
(→ page 32) for the selectable
cities.
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to Time and Calender.
2.Pull out the crown to position 1.
The second hand points to the 0 second
position, and all hands stop moving.
The city name starts flashing.
Adjusting the time and calendar
3.Press button M to select an item, and press button A or B to
adjust the selected item.
City
Daylight saving
time (“ON/OFF”)
Second, minute,
hour
Time system
(“12H/24H”)
Month, day, year
• If you press and hold button A or B, the item changes continuously.
• Use button A for following items: daylight saving time, second, and time
system.
4.Push in the crown to position 0 after the adjustment.
The hands move to indicate the adjusted time.
• Even if you push in the crown to position 0 before finishing setting,
adjustment you have set is stored.
• You cannot use any button while the hands move.
21
Using the chronograph — Chronograph mode
The chronograph hands normally point to “0/.00”, “0 (or 60)”.
You can measure times up to 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds 999, per 1/1000
second.
1/10 chronograph second hand
1/100 chronograph second hand
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
0
50
10
0
.00
.09
9
05
4
.04
10
.05 5
.08
8
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
22
• When the measurement time passes over
23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds 999, the
measurement stops and the measurement
Button B time is reset.
• When 60 seconds elapsed after starting
/restarting the measurement, the
Crown
chronograph 1/10 second and 1/100
second hands stop at “0/.00.”
• After the chronograph 1/10 second
and 1/100 second hands stop, you can
change the mode with the measurement
Button A
continued (other than the Race mode and
Lap Record mode).
Button M
30
25
Chronograph
second hand
Using the chronograph
1.Press button M to change the mode to Chronograph.
(“CHR”)
• If the chronograph hands do not point to “0/.00”, “0 (or 60)”
adjust the reference position. (→ page 41)
2.Press button B to start measurement.
• To display a split time, press button A. It is displayed for 10
seconds.
SPL (Split) indication
3.Press button B to stop the measurement.
• To restart the measurement, press button B again.
• To reset the measurement time, press button A while the measurement is
stopped.
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Measuring lap times — Race mode
You can measure lap times and the average speed of each lap. The records of the
latest 20 laps are stored in the Lap Record mode. (→ page 28)
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
■ Setting the distance of the course
60
55
0
50
.00
.09
9
0
05
4
.04
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
“RAC”
Button M
24
25
0 1
Crown
Button A
•To calculate speed, set the distance of the
course. (Setting range: 0 to 99.999 km)
•When you set the distance, records in the
Lap Record mode are deleted. To cancel
the setting, push in the crown to position
0 before step 3 on page 21.
1.Press button M to change the mode
to Race. (“RAC”)
Measuring lap times
2.Pull out the crown to position 1.
3.Press button A to display “YES,” then press and hold
button M for more than 2 seconds.
The past lap records are deleted and the last distance setting is
displayed.
4.Press button A or B to adjust the current digit, and press button
M to go to the next one.
Integer
Decimals
• If you press and hold button A or B, the digit changes continuously.
5.Push in the crown to position 0 after the adjustment.
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Measuring lap times
■ Measuring lap times
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
4
.04
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
Crown
1/1000Sec.
1.Press button M to
20
40
35
30
25
Button A
Lap number
Button M
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•The records of the latest 20 laps are stored
in the Lap Record mode. (→ page 28)
•Set the distance of the course to calculate
speed. (→ page 24)
•The largest lap number is “99.” It returns to
“01” as you take the 100th lap time.
•You cannot change the mode during the
measurement.
change the mode to Race.
(“RAC”)
2.Press button B to start
measurement.
Measuring lap times
3.Press button A to measure lap times.
Each time you press button A, the lap time
and its number (“01” to “99”) are displayed
for 7 seconds, then the speed for three
Lap number
seconds.
• The maximum speed displayed is “999.” If the speed is beyond 999, “---” is
displayed.
4.Press button B to stop the measurement.
Following records are displayed: lap time and its number, speed, and the total of
elapsed time.
• To restart the measurement, press button B again.
• To reset the measurement time, press button A while the measurement is
stopped.
To check the records
Change the mode to Lap Record. (→ page 28)
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Checking the records of lap times — Lap Record mode
After the lap measurement, you can check the records of the latest 20 laps.
■ Checking the records
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
10
.05 5
.08
8
The best time, the average time, and the worst
time are displayed, calculated from the stored
records.
05
4
.04
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
Button M
30
“FAS”
25
1.Press button M to change the mode to
Lap Record.
“FAS” is displayed.
• When no record is stored, “--” is
displayed.
2.Press button A to change the record
displayed.
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Checking the records of lap times
Best time (“FAS”)
Average (“AVG”)
Worst time (“LAT”)
All lap times from old to new
• If you press button B while a lap time is displayed, the speed is displayed for
three seconds.
•“FAS” or “LAT” and the lap number are displayed alternately.
■ Deleting the records
1.Press button M to change the mode to Lap Record.
2.Pull out the crown to position 1.
3.Press button A to display “YES,” then press button M for more
than 2 seconds.
The records are deleted and “--” is displayed.
4.Push in the crown to position 0.
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Checking the time of another city — World Time mode
You can display a local time selected among 43 cities or UTC.
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
10
.05 5
.08
8
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
•The local time is calculated based on the
time difference from the home time.
•If you press buttons A and B at the same
time while the crown is set to position
0, you can set the local time as the new
home time. (The previous home time
0 1
becomes the local time.)
Crown
•You can set daylight saving time for each
Button A
city.
Button B
4
.04
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
25
Button M
City of the local time
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See “Table of city names” on page 32 for the
selectable cities.
■ Selecting a city
Checking the time of another city
1.Press button M to change the mode to World Time.
2.Pull out the crown to position 1.
3.Press button A or B to select a city, then press button M to go to the
daylight saving time setting.
• If you press and hold button A or B, the city name changes
continuously.
4.Press button A to select “ON” or “OFF” for daylight saving time.
5.Push in the crown to position 0.
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Table of city names
abbr.
UTC
LON
32
City name
—
London
MAD
Madrid
PAR
ROM
BER
CAI
ATH
JNB
MOW
RUH
THR
Paris
Rome
Berlin
Cairo
Athens
Johannesburg
Moscow
Riyadh
Tehran
Time
difference
abbr.
±0
DXB
KBL
+1
+2
+3
+3.5
City name
Dubai
Kabul
Time
difference
+4
+4.5
KHI
Karachi
+5
DEL
DAC
RGN
BKK
SIN
HKG
BJS
TPE
SEL
Delhi
Dhaka
Yangon
Bangkok
Singapore
Hong Kong
Beijing
Taipei
Seoul
+5.5
+6
+6.5
+7
+8
+9
Table of city names
TYO
ADL
Tokyo
Adelaide
Time
difference
+9
+9.5
SYD
Sydney
NOU
AKL
SUV
MDY
HNL
Noumea
Auckland
Suva
Midway Island
Honolulu
abbr.
City name
abbr.
City name
LAX
DEN
Los Angeles
Denver
+10
MEX
Mexico City
+11
CHI
NYC
YMQ
SCL
RIO
Time
difference
–8
–7
–6
Chicago
New York
+12
–5
Montreal
–11
Santiago
–4
–10
Rio de Janeiro
–3
Fernando de
ANC Anchorage
–9
FEN
–2
Noronha
YVR Vancouver
–8
PDL Azores
–1
The time differences and city names may change depending on the situation of the cities.
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Using the alarm — Alarm mode
You can set the alarm based on the time of the selected city.
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
.04
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
4
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
25
0 1
Crown
Button A
Button M
“AL”
City for alarm setting
34
To monitor the alarm sound, press and hold
button A for more than 2 seconds while the
crown is set to position 0. You can monitor
it for up to 10 seconds.
1.Press button M to change the mode
to Alarm. (“AL”)
2.Pull out the crown to position 1.
Using the alarm
3.Press button M to select an item, and press button A or B to
adjust the selected item.
Alarm ON/OFF
(“AL ON/AL OF”)
City
Alarm time (Hour, minute)
Alarm
indicator
• Use button A for the alarm ON/OFF setting.
• If you press and hold button A or B, the item changes continuously (for the
city and alarm time setting).
4.Push in the crown to position 0 after the adjustment.
When the alarm time comes
The alarm tone sounds for 15 seconds.
•To stop the alarm tone, press any button.
35
Using the timer — Timer mode
You can set the countdown timer from 1 minute up to 99 minutes per 1 minute.
1.Press button M to change the mode
to Timer. (“TMR”)
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
0
30 40
20
10
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
4
.04
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
Button M
“TMR”
36
25
0 1
Crown
Button A
The last timer setting is displayed.
• Go to step 5 if you do not need to
change the setting.
2.Pull out the crown to position 1.
3.Press button A or B to adjust the
time.
• If you press and hold button A or B, the
figure changes continuously.
Using the timer
4.Push in the crown to position 0 after the adjustment.
5.Press button B to start countdown.
Set time
“ ” appears.
Remaining time
• Each time you press button B, the countdown starts or
stops.
• To restart the countdown from the set time, press button A
while the countdown is running.
Timer indication
• To return to the set time, press button A while the
countdown is stopped.
The countdown continues even if you change the mode during the countdown.
When the set time has passed
The time-up tone sounds for 5 seconds.
•To stop the time-up tone, press any button. The remaining time returns to the set
time.
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Troubleshooting
If you have a problem with your watch, check the table below.
Symptoms
Remedies
Page
The hands do not work properly
The second hand moves only once
every 2 seconds.
The chronograph 1/10 second and
1/100 second hands do not move.
All hands stop moving.
Incorrect time is indicated on the
analog section.
Each chronograph hand does not
return to “0/.00”, “0 or 60.”
38
Charge the battery.
5,
14
Push in the crown to position
0.
20
Charge the battery.
5
Check and adjust the reference
position.
41
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Remedies
Page
The hands start turning rapidly The watch is canceling the power
when you take the watch out of saving function. Wait until the
the case.
hands indicate the current time.
18
The digital section seems unusual
The digital section is turned
off when you take the watch
out of the case.
The power saving function is
activated. Expose the dial to light
or press any button.
The mode cannot be changed.
Stop the measurement of the
Chronograph or Race mode.
22, 24
The battery is short of power.
Charge the battery until “ ”
disappears.
5, 14
“
” appears.
18
Continued on the next page
39
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Remedies
Page
Others
The alarm tone does not sound.
The movement or indication is
not normal.
The watch does not work properly
even if you have tried the remedies
stated in “Troubleshooting” (pages
38 to 40).
The watch does not move even
if the battery is fully charged.
(→ page 16)
40
Confirm the alarm setting.
Charge the battery.
34
5, 14
Reset the watch.
If the watch still does not work
properly, contact the Customer
Support Center or the store
where you purchased your
watch.
46
Contact the Customer Support
Center or the store where you
purchased your watch.
–
Checking and correcting the current reference position
■ Checking the reference position
Check whether the reference position is correct or not.
1/10 chronograph second hand
1/100 chronograph second hand
Chronograph
second hand
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
0
30 40
20
10
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
4
.04
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
25
0 1
Crown
Button A
Check and adjust the reference position
also in the following cases:
•The correct time is not displayed on
the analog section even after the time
setting.
•Each chronograph hand does not point
to “0/.00”, “0 or 60” even after resetting
the measurement time.
1.Press button M to change the mode to
Chronograph. (“CHR”)
Button M
“CHR”
41
Checking and correcting the current reference position
2.Pull out the crown to
position 1.
“0” is displayed and
all hands move to
indicate the current
reference position.
3.Check the reference position.
• Go to step 3 on page 44 if the
reference position is incorrect.
4.Push in the crown to position
0 to finish the check.
The current time is indicated on the
analog section.
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Correct reference position
2
2
.02
3
.03
1 .01
50
0
.09
9
50
4
.04
.08
.07
18
7
8
1
2
.02
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
45
60
.05 5
55.06 6
0 .00
40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
3
4
.04
.05 5
.08
8
.06
6
.07
7
10
24
6
18
4
12
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
25
0 1
30 second hand
1Chronograph
points to “0 (or 60).”
2Chronograph 1/10 second and
1/100 second hands point to
“0/.00.”
3Hour, minute, and second
hands point to 12:00.
424-hour hand points to “24.”
Checking and correcting the current reference position
■ Adjusting the reference position
Adjust the reference position in the following cases:
1/10 chronograph second hand
1/100 chronograph second hand
Chronograph
second hand
24-hour
hand
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
0
30 40
20
10
50
0
.00
.09
9
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
05
4
.04
.06
6
.07
7
6
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
Button M
30
25
0 1
Crown
Button A
“CHR”
1.Press button M to change the mode to
Chronograph. (“CHR”)
2.Pull out the crown to position 1.
24
18
•The correct time is not displayed on the analog
section even after the time setting.
•Each chronograph hand does not point to “0/.00”,
“0 (or 60)” even after resetting the measurement.
“0” is displayed and all hands
move to indicate the current
reference position.
• Go to step 5 on page 45
when the reference position is
correct. (0:00:00/measurement time: 0)
Continued on the next page
43
Checking and correcting the current reference position
1/10 chronograph second hand
1/100 chronograph second hand
2
.02
3
.03
1 .01
40
50
0
.00
.09
9
0
50
4
.04
.08
8
.07
7
18
2
.02
3
.03
1 .01
10
05
6
30 40
20
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
8
.06
6
.07
7
“CRS” is displayed.
Button B
4
.04
10
.05 5
.08
seconds.
24-hour hand
60
.05 5
55
.06
3.Press button B for more than 2
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
30
0 1
Crown
25
Button A
Button M
“CHR”
Chronograph
second hand
44
The illustration shows the correct
reference position.
4.Press button M to select hands,
and press button A or B to
adjust the position of the selected
hands.
Checking and correcting the current reference position
Chronograph
second hand
(“CRS”)
Chronograph 1/10
second and 1/100
second hands (“CRM”)
Hour and 24-hour
hands (“HR”)
Second and minute
hands (“MIN”)
• Each time you press button M, the adjustable hands move.
• If you press and hold button A or B, the hands move continuously.
• Use button B for the chronograph hands.
• While adjusting the chronograph 1/10 second and 1/100 second hands or the
hour and 24-hour hands, the second and minute hands move backward by 3
minutes and 30 seconds so that the hands to adjust can be seen.
5.Push in the crown to position 0 after the adjustment.
The current time is indicated on the analog section.
45
All Reset
The watch may not work properly if it is affected by static electricity or shock. In
this case, reset the watch.
60
55
2
.02
50
3
.03
1 .01
30 40
20
10
0
50
0
.00
.09
9
05
10
.05 5
.08
8
Button B
4
.04
.06
6
.07
7
24
6
18
12
45
15
1/1000Sec.
20
40
35
Button M
30
25
0 1
Crown
Button A
Caution
If you reset the watch, the indication of
each mode changes as the table on the
right and the records in the Lap Record
mode are deleted.
1.Pull out the crown to position 1.
2.Press buttons A, B
and M simultaneously.
The confirmation tone
sounds and “0” is displayed.
3.Correct the reference position.
Follow step 3 to step 5 on page 44.
46
All Reset
After resetting, the indication of each mode changes as follows. Adjust the time and
calendar, and other settings.
■ Indication of each mode after resetting the watch
Time and Calender mode
January 1, 2008/ Tuesday
Chronograph mode
0:00:00:000
Race mode
0:00:00:000
Lap Record mode
--
World Time mode
AM12:00 / City : UTC
Alarm mode
AM12:00 / Alarm: OFF / City: UTC
Timer mode
99 minutes
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Eco-Drive watch handling precautions
<Always Make Sure to Recharge Frequently>
•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.
48
Eco-Drive watch handling precautions
CAUTION
Recharging Precautions
•Do not charge the watch at a high temperature (about
60°C or higher) as doing so may cause the movement to
malfunction.
Examples:
•Charging the watch too close to a light source which
generates a large amount of heat such as an incandescent
lamp or halogen lamp.
*When charging under an incandescent lamp, be sure to
leave 50 cm 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
may become extremely high such as on the dashboard of
a vehicle.
49
Eco-Drive watch handling precautions
<Replacement of Rechargeable Cell>
•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.
If for any reason it becomes necessary to remove the rechargeable cell from the watch, keep 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 environmental
contamination.
50
Eco-Drive watch handling precautions
WARNING
Use Only the Specified Battery
•Never use a battery other than the rechargeable cell specified for use in this watch.
Although the watch structure is designed so that it will not operate when another type of
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 battery
to rupture.
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.
Indication
Name
Non-water resistant
Everyday-use water resistant
watch
Upgraded everyday use waterresistant watch
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Dial or Case back
—
WATER RESIST
W. R. 5 bar
W. R. 10/20 bar
Specification
Non-water resistant
Water-resistant to 3
atmospheres
Water-resistant to 5
atmospheres
Water-resistant to 10 or
20 atmospheres
Water resistance
Water-related use
Minor exposure
to water (washing
face, rain, etc.)
Swimming and
general washing
work
Skin diving,
marine sports
Scuba diving
using an air tank
Operate the crown
or button when
the watch is wet
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
OK
NO
NO
NO
NO
OK
OK
NO
NO
NO
OK
OK
OK
NO
NO
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Water resistance
•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.
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Precautionary items and usage limitations
CAUTION
To Avoid Injury
•Be particularly careful when wearing your watch while holding a small child, to avoid injury.
•Be particularly careful when engaged in strenuous exercise or work, to avoid injury to yourself
and others.
•Do not wear your watch while in a sauna or other location where your watch may become
excessively hot, since there is the risk of burns.
•Be careful when putting on and taking off your watch, since there is a risk of damaging your
fingernails, depending on the manner in which the band is fastened.
•Take off your watch before going to bed.
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Precautionary items and usage limitations
CAUTION
Precautions
•Always use the watch with the crown pushed in (normal position). If the crown is of the screw
lock-type, make sure it is securely locked.
•Do not operate the crown 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 Customer Support 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
button, etc.) may come off.
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Precautionary items and usage limitations
CAUTION
When Wearing Your Watch
<Band>
•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 one when it
has lost elasticity or become cracked.
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Precautionary items and usage limitations
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
watch. If adjustment is not done correctly, the bracelet may unexpectedly become detached
leading to loss of your watch or injury.
Consult your nearest authorized Citizen service center.
<Temperature>
•The watch may stop or the function of the watch may be impaired in extremely high or low
temperature. Do not use the watch in places where the temperature is outside the operating
temperature range as stated in the specifications.
<Magnetism>
•Analog quartz watches are powered by a step motor that uses a magnet. Subjecting the watch to
strong magnetism from the outside can cause the motor to operate improperly and prevent the
watch from 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 doors,
clasps used in handbags, the speaker of a cell phone, electromagnetic cooking devices and so on.
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Precautionary items and usage limitations
<Strong Shock>
•Avoid dropping the watch or subjecting it to other strong impact. It may cause malfunctions
and/or performance deterioration as well as damage to the case and bracelet.
<Static Electricity>
•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.
<Chemicals, Corrosive Gasses and Mercury>
•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.
<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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Precautionary items and usage limitations
CAUTION
Always Keep Your Watch Clean
•Rotate the crown while it is pressed in fully and press the buttons periodically so they do not
become stuck due to accumulations of foreign matter.
•The case and band of the watch come into direct contact with the skin. 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 dirt
and foreign matter. In rare circumstances, accumulated dirt, foreign matter may cause 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.
•Leather bands may become discolored by perspiration or dirt. Always keep your leather band
clean by wiping with a dry cloth.
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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.
<When Luminous Paint is used for your watch>
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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Warranty and Service
<Free Guarantee>
In the case a malfunction has occurred during the course of normal use while the watch is still
under warranty, the watch will be repaired free of charge in accordance with the conditions of the
warranty included with this manual.
<Stock Period of Repair Parts>
Our standard period for stocking repair parts for each model is generally seven year. When an
exterior part such as the watch case, glass, dial, hand, crown or band is damaged, a spare part
with different appearance may sometimes be used.
<Repair Period>
Repairs can be performed on your watch within the repair parts stock period even after the free
guarantee has expired. Please take the watch to the shop where you purchased it and ask whether
it can be repaired.
<Change of Address or Receiving as a Gift>
In the event that you have moved or have received your watch as a gift, and are not able to bring your
watch to the shop where it was purchased for serving, please consult Customer Support Center.
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Warranty and service
<Periodic Inspection (Charge Basis)>
•Water resistance
As the water resistance will be reduced over time, you should have your watch inspected and
its water resistance verified every 2-3 years (charge basis) to extend its life and ensure safety. To
maintain its water resistance, it is recommended to request us to replace the packings and other
parts of your watch.
• Disassembling for internal cleaning (repair)
You should have your watch disassembled and its internal components cleaned periodically
to extend its life. Lubrication oils are used to reduce wearing of moving parts such as gears.
However, over time the lubrication oils will degrade and wear will increase, eventually resulting
in malfunction. Please have your watch undergo internal cleaning every 3-5 years (although the
maintenance frequency depends on the usage circumstances).
<Other Inquiries>
If you have any questions regarding the way warranty, repairs or other matters, please inquire at
the shop where you purchased your watch or Customer Support Center.
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Specifications
Model
U700
Timekeeping accuracy
Within ±15 seconds per month when worn at normal operation
temperatures (between +5˚C and +35˚C)
Operating temperature
range
Display functions
64
Type
Combination solar-powered watch
0˚C to +50˚C
Analog section:
• Time: Hours, minutes, seconds, 24 hours
• Chronograph: second, 1/10 second, 1/100 second
Digital section:
• Calender: Year, Month, Date, Day of the week
• Chronograph (Split time)
• Race (Lap time, speed)
• Race record (Lap time, speed)
• World time
•Alarm
•Timer
Specifications
Battery duration
without recharging
Fully charged to empty:
• Approx. 7 years (with the power save function)
• Approx. 8 months (without the power save function)
Two seconds interval movement to stopping: Approx. 3 days
Battery
Rechargeable Cell, 1pc.
Additional
functions
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power saving function (battery saving mode) 1/2
Overcharge prevention function
Insufficient charge warning function 1/2
Daylight saving time ON/OFF
Full auto calendar (until December 31, 2099)
LED light
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
65
Glossary
Terms (page)
66
Descriptions
AVG (29)
AVERAGE: the average lap time.
FAS (28)
FASTEST: the best lap time.
LAT (29)
LATEST: the worst lap time.
UTC
(30, 32, 47)
“Coordinated Universal Time” is the standard time around the
world maintained by international agreement.
Daylight saving time
(13, 21, 30)
The institution to set a clock forward an hour during a certain
period in summer. Whether and when it is administered
depend on each country or city.
Split time (23)
Elapsed time from the starting point to the measured point.
Glossary
Terms (page)
Descriptions
Full auto calendar
(67)
Function to adjust the date automatically at the end of each
month including February 29.
Home time
(20, 30)
Time displayed on the main display part. (When a watch has
two or more time indication)
Lap time
(3, 24, 26,
29)
Elapsed time of every lap.
Reference position
(19, 23, 38,
41, 46)
The base position of the indication for the analog section.
(0:00:00/measurement time: 0) If the reference position is off
from it, the watch will not display the time and measurement
time correctly.
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