Citizen E76 Technical information

Citizen E76 Technical information
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EVERYTHING
YOU NEED TO KNOW
E c o - D r iv e S ATE LLITE WAVE F100
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Our story is
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table of contents
How we invent and manufacture our product.
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1 | WHY CITIZEN? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2
Key Reasons Why Citizen is the Leading Brand
in the Mid-Priced Watch Segment
2 | FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7
3 | Warranty Program and Service Centers . . . Page 22
4 | Eco-Drive Technical Information . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 24
5 | Eco-Drive Recharge Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 26
6 | Bracelet Sizing Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 28
7 | Watch Setting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 36
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1. WHY CITIZEN?
It starts with a simple, yet revolutionary concept:
a watch that never needs a battery
Citizen Eco-Drive technology harnesses the power of light —
from any natural or artificial light source—and converts it into energy
which is stored in a permanently rechargeable lithium-ion cell.
It recharges continuously in any kind of light to run forever.
Technology
Citizen offers a tradition of bringing new technologies
to watch manufacturing.
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Eco-Drive: How it works
E co-Drive Satellite Wave F100, the thinest, lightest
and fastest light-powered satellite timekeeping watch
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tomic timekeeping technology, atomic clock
synchronization for superior accuracy
Citizen satellitesynchronized
watches receive
time signals with
fastest reception
time of any lightpowered watch
on earth.
P roximity, a perpetual calendar chronograph with
Bluetooth® powered by Eco-Drive technology
Stiletto Blade, the world’s thinnest light-powered
high-tech ceramic watch
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Innovation Meets Style
For any person on any occasion, Citizen has the right watch for your customer. Citizen offers a
wide assortment o f materials, features, designs and technology and has a high perceived
value for all types of consumers.
Natural and artificial
light is absorbed.
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The light is converted
into energy.
Enough energy is stored to
power most watches for at least
6 months, even in the dark.
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WHY CITIZEN?
Consistent Commitment to MARKETing
Citizen will continue its leadership role in digital marketing
along with traditional media outlets.
SPONSORSHIPS
Association with the world’s most widely viewed and attended
sporting events generates awareness of Citizen as a world class brand.
Largest National Network Television Advertiser
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Annually, Citizen garners over 2 billion consumer impressions
with an aggressive Print, TV and Digital Advertising program
Helps ‘pre-sell’ Citizen watches
Proud Sponsor of the National
Merit Scholarship Program
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WHY CITIZEN?
2. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ECO-DRIVE: SO RIGHT FOR TODAY
E ach year, hundreds of millions of watches are left in drawers at home because the
batteries stop working and are not replaced. Eco-Drive timepieces break that cycle
and deliver an outstanding range of benefits for today’s consumer.
what tools are available to help ME
learn MORE about citizen?
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This brochure, which includes setting instructions.
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The Citizen Collection Catalog, which includes topics such as:
■ Eco-Drive information
FEATURES
BENEFITS
Never needs a battery.
T he ultimate convenience—no battery
to replace, ever!
■ Warranty program
P owered by any kind of light, so it can run
and recharge continuously.
nder normal conditions indoor and outdoor,
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there is ample exposure to light to keep the
watch running—forever.
■ Sizing information
P ower reserve can last from 6 months to
5 years (depends on model).
Keeps running reliably, even in the dark.
■ Collection names with images, prices, model numbers and model specifications
■ Service centers listing
■ Watch setting instructions
■ Instructions for watch care
■General specifications and codes
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L ow charge warning; quick start function
(most models).
Instant feedback when charging is needed;
just seconds to start up after exposure to light.
S elect from solid stainless steel or titanium
bracelets and cases.
S teel is the metal of choice for many luxury
watches; titanium is lighter and stronger,
plus it’s hypoallergenic.
The Citizen website – citizenwatch.com, which includes:
■ Collections with images, prices and model numbers
■General technical information
■ Interactive, full and abbreviated setting instructions
■ Eco-Drive recharge guide
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Citizen YouTube Channel
■ Interactive setting instructions
■ Citizen TV commercials
5-Year Limited Warranty
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Lowest documented return rate
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Consumers equate a strong warranty with superior quality
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Online watch registration
■ Citizen product videos
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Technical Services, which offers a toll-free number
for additional questions that may arise:
800-321-1023, ext. 4234 (U.S.)
800-263-7799 (Canada)
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Frequently asked questions
What kind of crystals ARE used?
HOW DO YOU DETERMINE water resistance?
The majority of Citizen watches have high quality mineral glass crystals which are 3 times harder than
plain glass. In addition, many Citizen watches feature sapphire crystal which is surpassed only by
diamonds in hardness. This synthetic sapphire ranks high in hardness, heat resistance and corrosion.
There are several different levels of Water Resistant watches in the Citizen Watch collection. The water
resistant quality of your timepiece is outlined in the chart below. Compare your timepiece against the chart
to ensure use befitting its water resistant characteristics.
Water-Related Use
“WATER RESISTANT” may sometimes be abbreviated to “WATER RESIST” or “WR”
HOW IS A CERAMIC WATCH MADE?
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Zirconium oxide powder is homogenized and molded into links.
These links are then sintered in a furnace at very high heat. This process reduces
the size of the links and strengthens them.
Next, the links are polished by diamond files until they are smooth and then
assembled into a watch bracelet.
WHAT are the features and benefits of
CERAMIC WATCHES that make them so SPECIAL?
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Durability – On the Vickers scale of hardness ceramic is harder than gold, platinum and steel
resulting in a product that is more scratch resistant than these precious metals.
Thermal Constancy – Ceramic products are used to protect rockets for space travel.
It benefits consumers by providing a product that adapts to your body temperature.
Color Carrier – The ceramic manufacturing process results in a colored link that will
not fade or discolor.
Face-washing,
Sweat,
Raindrops, etc.
Swimming
etc.
Marine
Sports
(skin diving)
Scuba Diving
(with air tank)
Indication
Dial
Caseback
Water Resistant Characteristics
No Indication
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Not a water resistant timepiece and
must be kept away from water.
X
X
X
X
Water Resistant
Water Resistant
An ordinary water resistant timepiece and can
withstand sweat, rain drops, etc. in daily use.
O
X
X
X
WR50 or
Water Resistant 50
Water Resistant
5 Bar
Suitable for ordinary use and still
water swimming (pool).
O
O
X
X
WR100/200 or
Water Resistant
100/200
Water Resistant
10/20 Bar
For frequent use with water, it is not specially
designed for scuba diving.
O
O
O
X
200M (or deeper)
Water Resistant
200M (or deeper)
For skin diving and scuba diving (aqualung diving).
Usable up to the respective indicated depths.
O
O
O
O
Always be sure the crown is in the closed position next to the case.
If your model features a screw-down crown, be sure it is screwed in completely.
X:
O: indicates “OK”
indicates “AVOID”
Do not operate crown or pushers if the watch
is wet or while in wet environments.
Hypoallergenic – Ceramic products are used for surgical procedures because of their hypoallergenic
properties. Wearing a ceramic watch is a benefit for those consumers who have skin allergies.
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Frequently asked questions
Atomic Timekeeping (A•T)
What is an Atomic Clock?
A Cesium clock, also known as an “Atomic” clock is the most accurate clock in the world. It has an accuracy rate
of 2 nano seconds per day, or within 1 second in 1,400,000 years. The atomic clock measures time based on the
vibrations of the cesium atom while it is subjected to microwaves. Atomic time is used as the basis where high
precision is required.
A generating tower
transmits an exceptionally
accurate time signal from a
state-of-the-art atomic clock.
How does Atomic Timekeeping work?
The watch’s internal r eceiver
captures the signal and
displays the precise time.
The signal is generated from a generating tower, received by the watch and then processed. Depending on
your model, you may be able to receive signals from generating stations in North America, the United Kingdom,
Europe, Japan and China. The timepiece receives radio signals both automatically and on-demand at which time
both the time and calendar are updated.
What is the best place to get reception for the radio signal?
The atomic timing signal
is accurate to 1 second
over 20 million years.
Signal strength will vary by physical location, geography and distance from generating station as well as time
of day. The strongest signal strength occurs between 2:00 and 4:00 in the morning. This is when the least
atmospheric interference is present and when automatic updating occurs. During updating, whether automatic
or on-demand, the watch must remain in a motionless state, such as on a table.
Will a Citizen Eco-drive A•T watch automatically adjust
time for Daylight Saving Time?
Provided automatic daylight savings time updating is activated (by default) and a signal is received,
Citizen Eco-Drive A•T collection timepieces will automatically adjust for daylight savings time changes.
Does the watch automatically adjust time zones when you travel?
No. As the watch does not feature GPS capabilities, you will need to manually change the time zone in
order for your A•T collection watch to reflect the appropriate local time.
Can I get a signal anywhere?
Signal reception is subject to many variables such as distance from the generating station, building materials,
geography, time of day, weather, trees, etc. Many commercial structures are made of concrete and steel with
many electrical wires which may inhibit signal reception. Your instruction booklet will provide more details for
your particular model.
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ATOMIC
W I T H
TIMEKEEPING
E C O - D R I V E
Discover the Technology
T E C H N O L O G Y
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Frequently asked questions
Eco-Drive SATELLITE
WHAT IS SATELLITE TIMEKEEPING?
Citizen’s advanced satellite timekeeping system delivers much higher reception sensitivity, capturing day, date
and time signals sent from satellites in space. Information is gathered from satellites orbiting 20,000 kilometers
above the earth, Eco-Drive satellite technology delivers ultra-precise timekeeping anywhere on earth, allowing
the wearer to embrace the spirit of challenge and of exploring the unknown.
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Satellite Timekeeping System with Worldwide Reception Area
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Fastest Time Sync Among All Satellite-Synchronized Watches
what is citizen eco-drive proximity with bluetooth®?
Bluetooth® using iOS5, iOS6, iOS7 with Firmware
Version 2.0 or earlier features:
■Bluetooth® 4.0 Low Energy
■ Automatic Time/Date Sync
■iPhone® Search (sound plays on compatible iPhone®)
■Visual and Vibration Notification for:
■ Telephone Call
■ Email (IMAP only)
■ Calendar Event
■Bluetooth® Connection Link Loss
■ 10 Meter Sync Range
■Bluetooth® Reconnect with the Simple Press of a Button
■ Self-Update Firmware (with Firmware 2.0 and iOS7)
Bluetooth® using iOS7 with Firmware
Version 2.5 or later additionally features:
■ Self-Update Firmware
■Visual and Vibration Notification for:
■ Email (all types)
■SMS
■FaceTime®
■ Facebook Messenger®
■Twitter®
Time/Date Sync:
No need to manually set your watch again. This cutting edge timepiece will sync to the GSM time and date
after your phone has adjusted for a new time zone or a time change — the ultimate in convenience.
Calendar Event Notification:
Sync with your iPhone® calendar to prompt your watch to vibrate and remind you of scheduled events.
iPhone® Search:
Can’t find your phone? No problem. Easily locate your phone by simultaneously pushing the buttons on your
watch. An audible alert will sound even when your phone is in silent mode.
Bluetooth® Link Loss/10 Meter Sync:
Get too far from your phone? Your watch will vibrate to let you know when
you have moved out of range. Simply reconnect with the press of a button
once you’re back in range.
ECO-DRIVE PROXIMITY
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Frequently asked questions
What do the markings on
the watch caseback mean?
how do you match an instruction
manual to a watch?
The casebacks on Citizen watches offer a variety of information you may need when
requesting parts, service, setting instructions or other information:
There are two ways to match the instruction manual to the watch:
Manufacturer
Indicates depth of water resistance
Case Material
Movement Caliber and Case Number.
Movement Caliber is first 4 characters
in this sequence of numbers.
Manufacturer’s Serial Number
Model number on tag
■ Movement Caliber Number on caseback
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ON THE TAG:
Match the first 3 digits on the tag to the first 3 digits on the instruction manual, up to where the
“XXX” starts. (Note: There may be more than one model number on the instruction manual.)
Country of Origin
Manufacturing Codes
Manufacturer
Indicates depth of water resistance
Case Material
AT4 008-51E
$595.00
Instruction Manual
Manufacturing Codes
Movement Caliber and
Case Number. Movement
Caliber is first 4 characters in
this sequence of numbers.
When Requesting
Replacement Parts:
When requesting parts from Citizen, you will
be asked for both the movement caliber and
case numbers. The sequence of characters
needed is ABCD-1234567. These numbers will
ensure we supply the correct part(s) for your
needs. Certain parts are not available for direct
sales and must be installed by an Authorized
Citizen Service Center.
When Requesting Setting/
Operating Instructions:
You will be asked for the Movement Caliber
Number which is the first 4 characters of the
Caliber/Case Number.
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Country of Origin
Manufacturer’s Serial Number
When Completing
Your Warranty Card:
You will need both the Movement Caliber/Case
Number and the Manufacturer’s Serial Number.
When Determining if Your Watch
is Water Resistant:
Water resistance is offered in varying degrees
based on the design and application of your
timepiece. The caseback will indicate the
degree of water resistance for your timepiece.
If there is no indication of water resistance,
you should be careful not to expose your timepiece to moisture as it is not water resistant.
Please refer to the Water Resistance guide
found in our Frequently Asked Questions section
in the technical support section of our website
at citizenwatch.com.
Eco-Drive
ON THE Caseback:
Match the Movement Caliber Number on the caseback
to the Caliber Number on the instruction manual.
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Model No.AT4*
Cal.E650
CTZ-A8151
When Trying to Locate
the Caseback Opening Location:
The last digit following the country of origin will
indicate the proper opening location for press
or snap-on type casebacks. We recommend only
qualified technicians remove the caseback of our
timepieces. Certain types of watches should only
be opened by an Authorized Service Center such
as Radio-Controlled, Satellite, Aqualand and other
models marked “Factory Service Only.” Removal of
the caseback by anyone other than an Authorized
Citizen Service Center may void the warranty.
Movement Caliber & Case Number:
Movement Caliber Number is the first 4 characters in this sequence of numbers.
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Frequently asked questions
Case & Bracelet Code
what information can I
learn from the watch tag?
CodeDescription
CERCeramic
BBA
DCP
DC
BBA
DC
DCP
CROCGenuine Crocodile
LTHRLeather
AT4117-56H $625.00
44mm SSB CS
SSB SCP SP WR200
Model Number • Suggested Retail
LTNY Leather and Nylon
Size • Case Code • Crystal Material
NYLNNylon
Bracelet Code • Clasp Type • Sizing • Water Resistance
UPC/Bar Code
PU
Polyurethane, Rubber or Silicone
PUL
Polyurethane Coated Leather
SS
Stainless Steel
SSB
Stainless Steel with Colored Ion Plating
SSCR Stainless Steel with Ceramic
SSG
Model Number
A
T
4
1
7
1
-
5
6
Stainless Steel Gold-Tone
SSGBStainless Steel Gold-Tone with
Colored Ion Plating
H
SSP
Stainless Steel with Polyurethane
SSPG Stainless Steel Pink Gold-Tone
WATCH TYPE
CASE COLOR
BAND TYPE
DIAL COLOR
SSPT Stainless Steel Platinum-Tone
CodeDescription
CodeDescription
CodeDescription
0,1,2,3,4Non-Metal
Bracelet
CodeDescription
SSR
A,B,CWhite
SSRBStainless Steel Rose Gold-Tone
with Colored Ion Plating
A,B,C,D,Q,R
Men’s Analog
0,1Silver-Tone
E,F,G,H,S,T
Ladies’ Analog
2,3Gold-Tone or
Rose Gold-Tone
NMen’s Mechanical
P
Ladies’ Mechanical
J,M
Men’s Digital
K,L
Ladies’ Digital
4Two-Tone
5,6,7,8
Metal Bracelet
9
Expansion Band
5,6,7,8,9Black, Blue,
Gray or Other
D,N,YMother-of-Pearl
E,F,GBlack
H,J,KGray
L,MBlue
P,Q,R,S,T,UChampagne
W,X,ZOther
Stainless Steel with Resin
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Sizing type
CodeDescription
CodeDescription
CodeDescription
WR
CMAnti-Reflective Coated
Mineral Crystal
CB
CS
Clip Spring Coupled
TIDLC Titanium with Diamond-Like Carbon Scratch-Resistant Coating
DS
Dual Screw Coupled
TIPU Titanium with Polyurethane
EC
Clip Pin Secured Expansion
TIRG Titanium Rose Gold-Tone
Still Water Swimming
(no showering)
WR100
Swimming & Showering
CSAnti-Reflective Coated
Sapphire Crystal
WR200
Swimming, Showering, Snorkeling
MC
Mineral Crystal
WR300
Swimming, Showering, Snorkeling
SC
Sapphire Crystal
200M
TIB
Titanium with Colored Ion Plating
TIC
Titanium with Carbide Ion Plating
EXEnd or Center Tab
Secured Expansion
TITB
Titanium (Two-Tone) with
Colored Ion Plating
Scuba Diving
PC
Pin and Single Locking Tube
TT
Two-Tone (base metal)
300M
Scuba Diving
PD
Pin and Dual Tube
WT
Silver-Tone (base metal)
1000M
Scuba Diving
PSSplit Pin (“Cotter Pin” Style)
YT
Yellow Gold-Tone (base metal)
–
Not Applicable
SP
Split Pin
SS
Single Screw Link
–
Not Applicable
FCL
CCC Crab Claw Clasp
CLP
SCP
FCP
FCP
JLC
BBA
JLP
DC
LCC
JLC
HDP
Push
and Slide
SCP
JLP
CLP
LCC
CCC
BBA
DC
EXP
DC
Deployment Clasp
HDP
BBA
Expansion Band
FC
CLP
DCPDeployment Clasp with
BBA
Push Button
FCL
TITitanium
FCP
BKLBuckle
SSTBStainless Steel (Two-Tone) with
Colored Ion Plating
Crystal Material
WR50
BBA Bangle Bracelet
(Adjustable)
FC
Water Resistance
Cut Band
FCP
CodeDescription
SSTStainless Steel & Yellow Gold-Tone
(Two-Tone)
STPG Stainless Steel & Pink Gold-Tone (Two-Tone)
FC
Clasp Type
EXP
SSTI Stainless Steel with Titanium Bezel
FCL
FC
EXP
SSRG Stainless Steel Rose Gold-Tone
STRG Stainless Steel & Rose Gold-Tone (Two-Tone)
Accidental Splashing
EXP
CCC
DC
EXP
DCP
FC
BBA
DC
FCP
DC
DCP
DC
BBA
BBA DC
DCP
DCP
EXP
Fold Over Clasp
EXP
BBA
DC
EXP
Fold Over Safety Clasp
EXP FC
BBA
FC
FCP
EXP
FCP
JLC
JLP
LCC
Jewelry
Clasp with
FCP
Push Button
JLC
Lobster Claw Clasp
EXP
HDP
HDP
FCP
FCP
FC
SCP
FCP
HDP
SCP
FCP
FCL
DC
FCP
JLC
JLP
JLC JLP
FCP
SCP
SCP
FCL
CLP
FCP
FCP
LCCJLP
LCC
JLC
JLP
SCP
JLP
CLP
JLC
CLP
HDP
HDP CLP
FCP
LCC
LCC
CLP
L
JLP
CCC
LCC
FCL
CCC
HDP
CLP
CLP
CCC
CLP
C
CCC
CCC
LCC
HDP
CLP
CCC
SCP
Sliding Clasp
HDP
S
CLP
LCC
CLP
SCP
HDP
FC
JLP
HDP
DCP
F
SCP
JLP
JLP
HDP
JLC
SCP Safety
Fold Over Clasp JLP
with Push Button
SLC
JLP
FC
JLC
FCP
JLC
FCL
EXP
FCP
JLC
FCP
FCP
HDP
Fold Over Clasp withFCPHidden
EXP
Double
Push Button FC
JLC BBAJewelry Clasp
FCL
FCL
DCP
DCP
DC
EXP
DC
JLC
D
FCP
FC
FCL
FC
BBA
Fold Over Clasp withFCP
Push Button
FCL
FCP
DC
FCP
EXP
FCP
FC
FC
FCP
DCP
BBA
FCP
CCC
JLC
JLP
LCC
HDP
CLP
CCC
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Frequently asked questions
what is the proper care and handling
for bracelets and straps?
Care for Metal Bracelets
To extend the life and maintain the good appearance of a metal watch bracelet, the following are recommended:
■ Be aware that since the watch/bracelet is worn next to the skin, it collects dust and perspiration and becomes
soiled if not cleaned regularly. This is particularly true of the inner parts of the links or mesh of the bracelet.
■ Soil and rust, when present in a bracelet, are dissolved by perspiration and can cause staining of cuffs and
irritation of the skin in some instances.
■ Heavy perspiration should be wiped off the watch and bracelet with a soft dry cloth. The bracelet should be
cleaned occasionally by using a soft brush and warm soapy water after which the soap is thoroughly rinsed
with clear water and the bracelet dried completely. The foregoing manner of cleaning should not be done if
the watch is not water resistant but should instead be done by your jeweler.
Care for Straps
Leather:
■ Heavy perspiration, if not removed from a leather strap, can wash out the natural oils and cause the leather to
become dry and deteriorate. Any moisture should be blotted with a soft dry cloth or paper towel and the strap
allowed to dry naturally.
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Salt residue and soil can be removed from the leather by cleaning with a dampened soft cloth and mild soap
or saddle soap.
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Occasionally, the inside surface of the strap should be cleaned by
using a soft cloth dampened with alcohol.
ECOSPHERE
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The strap should always be worn a little loosely (one finger
Liquid Rubber Band
space between wrist and strap) to allow air to circulate, thus
allowing any moisture to evaporate.
what kind of plating is used
on citizen bracelets and cases?
Citizen developed a unique patented ion plating process which was first utilized by the space industry. In
the process, heated molecules of gold enter the surface of the bracelet/case being plated. The resulting
finish is superior to electroplating because heat removes any impurities during the ion plating process. Ion
plating allows for superior bonding and the color is actually embedded in the surface of the host metal
when finished. To create a gold-tone watch, a mixture of gold and titanium nitride, as well as gold alone, is
applied to produce the truest color.
When dealing with a unit of measurement this small (1 micron is .000001 meters), the question isn’t how
many microns of gold, but rather how long the plating or finish will last. As noted above, Citizen uses its
patented ion plating process which provides superior bonding and color for maximum durability.
DOES TEMPERATURE AFFECT MY WATCH?
Avoid temperature extremes. Exposing your watch to high temperatures, such as placing it on the
dashboard of a vehicle, or use in a hot tub, may cause the watch to malfunction, shorten battery life
or damage certain components. Leaving the watch in extreme cold temperatures may cause irregular
timekeeping until the watch returns to normal operating temperature.
Polyurethane or Rubber:
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Rubber straps should be washed frequently with
mild soap and warm water using a soft brush.
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Thorough cleaning, using the same
method, should especially be done after
use in salt water.
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Solvents, oils, perspiration, tanning
lotion and salt can cause rubber to
deteriorate if not removed.
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CHRONO-TIME A•T
Brown Crocodile Strap
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Frequently asked questions
What do these watch terms mean?
Alarm
A feature which provides a sound signal at a preset time
within a 12 or 24 hour period.
Ana-Digi
A watch with combined analog and digital displays.
Analog
A watch with hands (hour, minute and sometimes
second) to indicate the time.
Anti-Reflective Crystal
A thin layer is placed on the watch crystal (sapphire or
mineral), which disperses reflected light.
Applied Markers Small raised numerals, various shaped pieces of polished
metal or in combination that have been attached to the
surface of a watch dial.
Atomic Time (A•T)
Time measured through vibrations of atoms in a metal
isotope that resembles mercury. The result is extremely
accurate time that can be measured on instruments.
Radio waves transmit this exact time. Atomic watches
and clocks can receive the signal.
Bar
Indicator of water resistance, measuring unit of
static pressure. 1 bar = 10 meters
Bracelet
Usually refers to a metal watch band.
Cabochon
A term used to indicate a smooth round or oval convex
shaped polished gemstone. Used with watches to
describe a stone set crown. This may be of natural or
man-made materials.
Calendar
A calendar watch may display one or more of: day of
week, date, month, leap year and/or year. The watch can
be analog, digital or an ana-digi.
Caliber
The type of movement in a watch. A series of numbers
and letters are located on the caseback to
indicate the exact identity of a watch movement.
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Case and Caseback
The upper and lower outside enclosure for the watch
movement, dial and hands and/or digital display, styled
so as to appeal to the wearer.
Cell
A single complete unit for storage of electrical power.
The power source for a watch.
Elapsed-Time
A term applied to a rotating bezel usually marked
in one minute increments. Used by divers and
others to measure the passage of time from a
given starting point.
Electro-Plating The application of a thin coating of metal such as
silver, gold, palladium or others applied to a metal
case or bracelet through the use of electrochemical or
other processes.
Ion Plating
A method by which a coating of various metals or alloys
is applied to a metal case or bracelet. In the process, the
molecules of metals or alloys used for plating enter the
surface of the article being plated. This process allows
for superior bonding and the color becomes integrated
into the surface of the metal when finished.
Chronograph
A watch especially made to display elapsed time.
A timing sequence can be started, stopped and reset
by operating push buttons. Usually has minute and
sometimes hour registers as well as seconds. Also
referred to as a stopwatch.
Micron
One millionth of a meter, approximately forty millionths of
an inch. A human hair is generally equivalent to 5 microns.
Complication
Any function on a watch that tells something other than
the time or date.
Mineral Crystal
A synthetic mineral crystal (MC). Three times
harder and more scratch resistant than plain glass.
Depth Sensor
Usually an electro-mechanical device to measure how
deep a diver is under water.
Minute Repeater
An extraordinary watch that chimes the hour,
quarter hour and minutes.
Dial
A thin metal or plastic plate attached to the watch
movement using markers to indicate time of day. Some
watches may also have function indicators and windows
to display additional information.
Mode
The state of the display of a watch where the individual
features are shown as the module is switched through
each function. For example, setting mode, calendar
mode, alarm mode, etc.
Diamond Like Carbon (DLC)
Provides properties of diamonds to the case surface.
The primary qualities are hardness and wear resistance
compared to other types of coatings.
Mode Indicator
A system using a row of boxes on a digital display or a
sub-dial with an indicator hand to show which mode the
watch is operating/displaying.
Digital
Method of indicating time and related information on
a liquid crystal or mechanical display using numbers,
letters and symbols.
Module
A term commonly used to describe the complete
timekeeping and display unit in a digital watch.
Diver’s Watch
A specially designed watch engineered to meet the
needs of divers. This type of watch has enhanced
structure and sealing mechanisms to guard against the
entrance of moisture.
Dual Time (Second Time Zone)
The capability of a watch to display time in two different
time zones simultaneously or on command.
Moon Phase
A watch complication that depicts the phases of the
moon as seen from Earth.
Mother-of-Pearl
A thin slice of sea shell that displays a rainbow of colors
as it is exposed to light.
Movement
The engine of a watch.
N.D. Limits
The limit of safe dive time at specific depths for which
No Decompression is necessary.
Perpetual Calendar
Adjusts month-end date automatically, even for
leap years.
Radio-Controlled
Radio signals are received both automatically and
on-demand from 5 signal stations located in
4 regions across the world. Signal stations include: Fort
Collins, Colorado, USA; Mainflingen, Frankfurt, Germany;
Shangqiu, Henan, China; Fukushima, Japan; Kyushu,
Japan. Signal stations will vary depending on the model.
Sapphire Crystal
Watch crystal made of artificial sapphire, used primarily
for watches. Sapphire crystal is extremely hard, making
it highly scratch resistant.
Screw-Down Crown
A crown used on many high grade water resistant
watches, including diver’s watches, for a positive seal
between case and crown.
Split Second Timing (SST)
Provides the ability when timing a car race or similar
event with multiple competitors to record
their individual split times.
Stainless Steel
An alloy of iron with chromium and some other metals
combined to make a product that is resistant to rust and
ordinary corrosion, making it the metal of preference for
use in watch cases and bracelets.
Stem
A thin round metal pin or rod, threaded on its outer end for
attaching the crown, with a groove for the setting lever
and a square for the winding and/or setting pinions.
Strap
A watch band made of material such as leather, canvas,
rubber, polyurethane, plastic or nylon.
Sub-Dial
A smaller dial or dials within the dial with an indicator
hand for showing additional time-related information.
Tachymeter
An extra dial ring usually marked with numerals from
60 at the twelve position, increasing counter-clockwise
around the dial up to the number 500. The tachymeter is
­usually found on chronograph watches. Its purpose is to
give vehicles average speed in miles or kilometers per
hour over a measured course of 1 mile or 1 kilometer
without taking the time for calculation.
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3. WARRANTY
3. SERVICE CENTERS
CITIZEN WATCH COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC.
CITIZEN WATCH COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
WARRANTY PROGRAM AND SERVICE GUIDE
Citizen’s warranty program is designed to provide real value to
the customer and a strong competitive edge to you, the retailer.
Our unparalleled warranty program gives you a vehicle
to build and strengthen a relationship with the consumer
which may continue long after the initial sale.
Five Year Limited Warranty
Citizen Service Headquarters
united states
Canada
1000 West 190th Street, Dept. R.
Torrance, CA 90502-1040
(800) 321-1023 (ext. 4234)
(310) 532-TIME(8463) (ext. 4234)
380 Bently Street, Unit 2
Markham, Ontario L3R 3L2
(905) 415-1100
(800) 263-7799
Website
citizenwatch.com
EMail for Customer Service
In the U.S.: [email protected]
In Canada: [email protected]
Every Citizen watch purchased in the United States, Canada or the Caribbean from a Citizen Authorized Dealer is accompanied by a Five Year
Limited Warranty giving superior protection and peace of mind to the consumer. There is never a charge for warranty service.
You, the retailer, should assist the consumer in filling out the information on the warranty card form in the Five Year Limited Warranty Booklet
at the time of sale.
UNITED STATES Service centers
Service Guide
A Citizen watch in need of service, whether in or out of warranty, may be taken to the nearest authorized Service Center listed in your warranty
booklet. For the most up-to-date listing of service centers, please visit the support section of our website at www.citizenwatch.com. If sending
the watch for service, we recommend it be sent to our Torrance, California location via insured carrier such as UPS, FEDEX or US Mail. Be sure
to note the tracking number for your records in the unlikely event the shipment needs to be tracked.
hen shipping a Citizen watch for repair, please allow an appropriate amount of transit time before making an inquiry. Transit times will vary
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based on your location, carrier service used and time of year.
P ackage your timepiece in a sturdy container with sufficient padding to protect your watch during transit. All shipping containers and packing
materials are discarded upon receipt. As such, please do not use any containers and/or materials you wish returned.
Enclose the completed warranty card if warranty service is requested.
ATLANTA:
Hurley Roberts Service Co.
6990-C Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
Norcross, GA 30071
(770) 263-8669 / (800) 896-8669
www.hurleyrobertsservice.com
[email protected]
Dallas:
Citizen Service Agency
Eastside Atrium
800 E. Campbell Road, Suite 371
Richardson, TX 75081
(214) 742-6026
www.citizenwatchserv.com
[email protected]
PUERTO RICO:
N. T. Precision
Calle Tetuan 151
Frente Camara Comercio
Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico 00902
(787) 724-7288
no dive watch service at this location
All Atomic Timekeeping watches must go to Citizen Service Headquarters
P lease provide your account number, your own repair job number (if you send more than one watch in a package, assign a separate job number
to each watch), the model or case number of the watch and the specific details of the problem on an enclosed packing slip. Be sure to include
your email address so that we may email your estimate (if applicable) and return shipping tracking information.
n estimate of repair will be sent to the retailer only when repairs required exceed $25.00. The estimate will indicate the Citizen Repair
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Number, repairs to be performed and amount due. Please refer to the Citizen Repair Number when making inquiries about the repair.
hen an estimate is received, be sure to respond promptly. Retain the customer’s portion of the estimate for your records and return the lower
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response portion to us. If advance payment is required, be sure to include payment information with your response to avoid unnecessary delays.
Citizen’s unparalleled warranty program
and excellent after-sales service is designed to
support our retailers in providing superior quality and
lasting value to the consumer.
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4. Eco-drive technical information
n
n
99-Minute
Countdown Timer
Alarm
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
2 Alarms
2 Alarms
E81*, E82*
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
1-Second,
60 Minutes
1/100-Second,
24 Hours
1/20-Second,
60 Minutes
1/100-Second,
24 Hours
Day/Date
Month/Day/Date
Day/Date
Atomic Time
n
n
Chronograph
1/5-Second,
60 Minutes
1-Second,
60 Minutes
n
Day/Date
Date
Day/Date
Day/Date
Day/Date
Daylight Saving Indicator
n
n
n
Dual Time
(Second Time Zone)
Day/Date
n
n
Some Models
Month/Day/Date
n
n
n
n
One-Way Rotating
Elapsed-Time Bezel
n
Some Models
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Pilot’s Rotating
Slide Rule Bezel
Some Models
n
n
n
Some Models
n
n
n
n
Power Reserve Indicator
n
n
n
Satellite Timekeeping
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Screw-Back Case
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n
n
n
Pilot’s Rotating
Slide Rule Dial Ring
Universal Coordinated Time
n
n
One-Touch Interchangeable
Analog / Digital Times
Synchronized Time
Adjustment
n
1/20-Second,
60 Minutes
Electronic Compass
Perpetual Calendar
J29*
-1,000 ft – 32,000 ft
Altimeter
Anti-Reflective Crystal
n
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n
E87*
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Pro
n
U68*
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tua ono
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n
H80*
0
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U60*
870
E65*
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libr
Ca
H82*
A•T
E650
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H610
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H90*
A•T
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A•T
H950
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12/24-Hour Time
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lite
tel
Sa
Movement Caliber No.
Some Models
n
n
40 Time Zones
40 Time Zones
26 Time Zones
26 Time Zones
n
5 Time Zones
26 Time Zones
5 Time Zones
43 Cities
n
26 Time Zones
n
n
And ScrewDown Crown
43 Cities
n
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Citizen Eco-Drive watches are powered by exposure to light. Before use, be sure to fully charge the watch in accordance with the chart below.
5. Eco-drive RECHARGE GUIDE
Light Source/Charge Time from Stop State
LIGHT SOURCE/CHARGE TIME FROM STOP STATE
INDOORS, OFFICE
(500 LUX)
Model NO.
MAXIMUM POWER
RESERVE AT
FULL CHARGE
One Day use
Full Charge
Outdoors, Cloudy
(10,000 LUX)
Full Charge
Full Charge
LOW
CHARGE
WARNING
Quick
Start
Outdoors, Cloudy
(10,000 LUX)
Outdoors, SUNNY
(100,000 lux)
Full Charge
Full Charge
Movement
CalibER
MAXIMUM POWER
RESERVE AT
FULL CHARGE
One Day use
Full Charge
BL9***
G900
270 Days
4.0 Hours
180 Hours
60 Hours
9.5 Hours
5 Days
No
BN0***
E168
180 Days
4.0 Hours
120 Hours
35 Hours
11 Hours
4 Days
Yes
Model NO.
Outdoors, SUNNY
(100,000 lux)
INCANDESCENT 20"
(3,000 LUX)
LOW CHARGE
WARNING
Quick
Start
BN20**
J250
330 Days
4.0 Hours
280 Hours
80 Hours
35 Hours
4 Days
No
BN503*
J290/280
11 Months
4.0 Hours
290 Hours
90 Hours
35 Hours
4 Days
No
BP4***
EP4***
B020
150 Days
1.2 Hours
57 Hours
20 Hours
7.0 Hours
5 Days
No
B023
1 Year
1.0 Hour
75 Hours
30 Hours
7.0 Hours
14 Days
No
B033
135 Days
2.5 Hours
64 Hours
26 Hours
20 Hours
7 Days
No
Yes
AP0***
787*
180 Days
1.0 Hour
40 Hours
12 Hours
3.5 Hours
3 Days
Yes
AP1***
8651
180 Days
4.0 Hours
120 Hours
35 Hours
12 Hours
4 Days
Yes
AP2***
AP5***
085*
087*
80 Days
2.5 Hours
34 Hours
10 Hours
3.0 Hours
5 Days
No
AP8***
E110
180 Days
1.5 Hours
125 Hours
35 Hours
11 Hours
4 Days
Yes
BP5***
EP7***
EW5***
AR0***
G43*
180 Days
3.5 Hours
132 Hours
7.5 Hours
3.5 Hours
7 Days
Yes
BR0***
J304
180 Days
4.0 Hours
130 Hours
40 Hours
8.0 Hours
3 Days
AR1***
G820
180 Days
3.5 Hours
143 Hours
44 Hours
4.5 Hours
3 Days
Yes
BT0***
E310
1 Year
4.0 Hours
230 Hours
70 Hours
35 Hours
3 Days
No
AR3***
G870
180 Days
4.0 Hours
150 Hours
40 Hours
5.5 Hours
3 Days
No
BU003*
8730
180 Days
4.0 Hours
150 Hours
90 Hours
19 Hours
3 Days
Yes
AT0***
AT1***
AT2***
FA2***
H50*
H57*
BU30**
8723
180 Days
5.0 Hours
320 Hours
180 Hours
90 Hours
4 Days
No
150 Days
3.0 Hours
80 Hours
25 Hours
11 Hours
5 Days
Yes
BV1***
EV00**
B690
300 Days
4.0 Hours
230 Hours
70 Hours
10 Hours
7 Days
Yes
AT40**
E65*
310 Days
4.0 Hours
210 Hours
70 Hours
35 Hours
3 Days
No
BY0***
H610
240 Days
4.0 Hours
170 Hours
60 Hours
30 Hours
6 Days
No
AT70**
W760
1 Year
9.5 Hours
90 Hours
30 Hours
13 Hours
10 Days
No
CA0***
B612
210 Days
3.5 Hours
150 Hours
45 Hours
8.5 Hours
7 Days
No
AT80**
H800
180 Days
4.0 Hours
130 Hours
40 Hours
30 Hours
2 Days
No
CA4***
B620
270 Days
3.5 Hours
180 Hours
60 Hours
9.0 Hours
8 Days
Yes
AT90**
FC00**
H820
180 Days
4.0 Hours
130 Hours
40 Hours
30 Hours
2 Days
No
CB0***
150 Hours
40 Hours
30 Hours
3 Days
No
J165
270 Days
4.0 Hours
190 Hours
60 Hours
11 Hours
7 Days
No
180 Days
2 Years with
Power Save
4.0 Hours
AU1***
H144
H145
AV0***
E210
240 Days
3.5 Hours
150 Hours
45 Hours
8.5 Hours
7 Days
No
CC10**
H909
H950
2 Years
8.0 Hours
1,360 Hours
340 Hours
150 Hours
10 Days
No
AW1***
J810
240 Days
4.0 Hours
240 Hours
120 Hours
30 Hours
5 Days
Yes
BJ1***
A160
500 Days
2.0 Hours
9 Days
64 Hours
22 Hours
20 Days
No
CC200*
F100
7.0 Hours
1,269 Hours
290 Hours
30 Hours
5 Days
No
BJ2***
B74*
60 Days
2.0 Hours
18 Hours
5.0 Hours
2.5 Hours
2 Days
Yes
2 Years
7 Years with
Power Save
35 Hours
6.0 Hours
8 Days
No
3.5 Hours
1 Day
Yes
BJ6***
BW0***
EM0***
EP5***
EW0***
EW1***
EW2***
EW3***
E00*
E01*
E03*
BJ7***
B877
BJ9***
B876
BJ8***
BJ8***
BL000*
through
BL006*
BL009*
BM****
EO1***
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Movement
CalibER
INCANDESCENT 20"
(3,000 LUX)
INDOORS, OFFICE
(500 LUX)*
180 Days
4.0 Hours
130 Hours
40 Hours
11 Hours
7 Days
Yes
EG2***
G620
240 Days
3.0 Hours
120 Hours
EG3***
G670
240 Days
3.0 Hours
120 Hours
EP0***
8512
60 Days
2.0 Hours
90 Hours
9.0 Hours
EP6***
E068
180 Days
4.0 Hours
130 Hours
40 Hours
11 Hours
4 Days
Yes
EP8***
B232
100 Days
2.5 Hours
40 Hours
14 Hours
7.5 Hours
3 Days
Yes
EW7***
B110
90 Days
2 Years with
Power Save
2.5 Hours
69 Hours
24 Hours
16 Hours
2 Days
No
FB1***
H504
180 Days
3.5 Hours
110 Hours
30 Hours
12 Hours
5 Days
No
8635
180 Days
4.0 Hours
150 Hours
45 Hours
13 Hours
4 Days
No
8729
180 Days
5.0 Hours
320 Hours
180 Hours
90 Hours
4 Days
No
180 Days
1.5 Hours
53 Hours
17 Hours
6.0 Hours
3 Days
Yes
B872
180 Days
1.5 Hours
53 Hours
17 Hours
6.0 Hours
3 Days
Yes
B873
180 Days
3.0 Hours
105 Hours
33 Hours
9.0 Hours
3 Days
Yes
FD1***
AO90**
E71*
180 Days
300 Days with
Power Save
2.5 Hours
39 Hours
11 Hours
3.5 Hours
2 Days
No
FD20**
BU20**
GA1***
J015
270 Days
3.5 Hours
190 Hours
60 Hours
11 Hours
7 Days
No
E76*
180 Days
5 Years with
Power Save
No
JR0***
C605
70 Days
3.5 Hours
40 Hours
12 Hours
1.0 Hour
3 Days
Yes
JR3***
C65*
90 Days
4 Years with
Power Save
2.5 Hours
29 Hours
9.0 Hours
5.0 Hours
1.5 Days
No
JR4***
C660
180 Days
4 Years with
Power Save
2.5 Hours
42 Hours
13.5 Hours
7.0 Hours
1.5 Days
No
JV0***
U100
180 Days
1.5 Years with
Power Save
3.0 Hours
150 Hours
45 Hours
9.5 Hours
1 Day
No
JY0***
U600
180 Days
1.5 Years with
Power Save
3.5 Hours
150 Hours
60 Hours
20 Hours
3 Days
No
JY80**
U680
180 Days
42 Months with
Power Save
4.0 Hours
200 Hours
60 Hours
20 Hours
3 Days
No
JW0***
U70*
240 Days
4.0 Hours
200 Hours
60 Hours
30 Hours
3 Days
No
2.0 Hours
82 Hours
26 Hours
7.0 Hours
2 Days
E10*
E11*
180 Days
BL1***
E76*
120 Days
5 Years with
Power Save
2.0 Hours
82 Hours
26 Hours
7.0 Hours
2 Days
No
BL4***
F810
180 Days
5.0 Hours
230 Hours
72 Hours
24 Hours
11 Days
Yes
BL5***
E81*
E82*
120 Days
270 Days with
Power Save
2.0 Hours
43 Hours
12 Hours
4.0 Hours
5 Days
No
BL6***
EW8***
EW9***
EX1***
SY2***
B023
1 Year
1.0 Hour
75 Hours
30 Hours
7.0 Hours
14 Days
No
BL7***
E86*
165 Days
1 Year with
Power Save
4.0 Hours
150 Hours
45 Hours
9.0 Hours
4 Days
No
BL8***
E87*
180 Days
1.5 Years with
Power Save
4.0 Hours
150 Hours
45 Hours
8.0 Hours
3 Days
No
1.5 Hours
120 Hours
35 Hours
11 Hours
7 Days
Yes
*Usually, overhead office light is insufficient to achieve a full charge from a completely depleted power reserve. We recommend that you use natural outdoor light, or an incandescent light
source 20" from the watch (see other columns for full charge times) for charging a watch in this state. However, office lighting is sufficient for keeping your watch continually charged.
Low Charge Warning
Many models indicate a low power reserve from 1 to 20 days through irregular movement of the second hand and/or other indicators. If the watch is not immediately fully recharged, it will stop.
If a complete discharge of power occurs, you will need to fully charge the watch and may need to do the all reset and zero positioning to restore normal operation (depending on model).
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SP Split Pin (“Cotter Pin” Style)
6. BRACELET SIZING GUIDE
Citizen Sizing Tool CIT-SZTOOL
■
Jeweler’s Pliers
1. Place the bracelet in the sizing tool, with the
arrows pointing away from you. Align the pin
hole on the side of the bracelet with the Citizen
Tool sizing pin. Apply gentle pressure to start
removal of the pin.
bracelet sizing tools available from citizen
■
Tweezers
Assembly
Disassembly
sizing tools & instructions
Recommended Tools
■
1. Assembly is opposite of disassembly.
First connect the links together. Then
reinsert the clip spring pin in the opposite
direction of the arrows on the back side
of the bracelet, as far as it will go using
finger pressure.
These specialty bracelet sizing tools can be ordered at the prices listed below directly from Citizen.
(These tools are only for sale. No co-op funds can be used.)
2. Grasp the protruding pin with a pair of
jeweler’s pliers or tweezers to remove
the clip spring pin.
2. After the clip spring pin is inserted in
the bracelet, use the flat end of a pair
of tweezers to push the clip spring pin
into the bracelet until the edge of the clip
spring is flush with the edge of the bracelet.
3. After the clip spring pin is removed, the
links may be separated. Repeat these
procedures to remove as many links as
required. Be sure to balance the links
removed from each side. If removing an
uneven amount of links, remove more links
from the 6:00 side of the bracelet. This will
help to “balance” the watch on the wrist.
CIT-SZTOOL
Plier Type Sizing Tool
$40.00 USD
$50.00 CDN
BST-008MM
Replacement Pin 8mm for Sizing Tool
$2.85 USD
$3.75 CDN
BST-004/6
Replacement Pin 4/6mm for Sizing Tool
$2.85 USD
$3.75 CDN
CTB-038
Eccentric Pin Pusher
$6.50 USD
$8.50 CDN
CS Clip Spring Coupled Type
CTB-047
Replacement Kit
(3 Pins and Handle) for CTB-038
$3.00 USD
$5.00 CDN
To order tools:
1-800-321-1023, ext. 4234 (US)
1-800-263-7799 (Canada)
All prices are effective 7/2014 and are subject to change without notice.
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CTB-052
Vise for Band
$18.50 USD
$23.50 CDN
CTB-050
Band Pin Pusher
$3.00 USD
$5.00 CDN
Disassembly
Recommended Tools
■
Small Screwdriver
■
Jeweler’s Pliers
■
Tweezers
Assembly
1. Turn the bracelet upside down on a
padded work surface. Place the pointed
end of a pair of tweezers or the tip of a
screwdriver in the dimple of the clip spring
pin in the link. While pressing down on the
bracelet with your fingers to keep it from
moving, use gentle but constant pressure
to push the clip spring out of the bracelet
with the tweezers or screwdriver. Be sure
to push in the direction of the arrow on the
back of the bracelet.
1. Assembly is opposite of disassembly.
First connect the links together. Then
reinsert the clip spring pin in the opposite
direction of the arrows on the back side
of the bracelet, as far as it will go using
finger pressure.
2. Grasp the protruding pin with a pair of
jeweler’s pliers or tweezers to remove
the clip spring pin.
2. After the clip spring pin is inserted in
the bracelet, use the flat end of a pair
of tweezers to push the clip spring pin
into the bracelet until the edge of the
clip spring is flush with the edge of
the bracelet.
3. After the clip spring pin is removed, the
links may be separated. Repeat these
procedures to remove as many links as
required. Be sure to balance the links
removed from each side. If removing an
uneven amount of links, remove more links
from the 6:00 side of the bracelet. This will
help to “balance” the watch on the wrist.
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PC Pin and Center Link
Locking Tube (Split Pipe)
Disassembly
Recommended Tools
■
Citizen Sizing Tool CIT-SZTOOL
■
Tweezers
■
Small Pliers
■
Pin Pusher
■
Jeweler’s Plastic Mallet
Assembly
1. Place the bracelet in the CIT-SZTOOL, with the
arrows on the back of the bracelet pointing
away from you. Align the pin hole on the side
of the bracelet with the Citizen tool sizing pin.
Apply gentle pressure to start removal of the pin.
pd Pin and Dual Tube
(Split Pipe)
■
Tweezers
Disassembly
2. Once the pin is as far out as it will go with the
CIT-SZTOOL, release the tool from the bracelet.
At this point, be careful not to lose the locking
tube (split pipe) that may come out when the tool
is released from the bracelet. Remove the bracelet
from the tool and pull the pin out completely with
your fingers or a pair of tweezers.
Locking tube
(split pipe)
Pin with locking tube
(split pipe) attached
‘Loose’ locking tube
(split pipe)
Note: The locking tube (split pipe) may remain
on the end of the pin of the CIT-SZTOOL. If this
happens, remove the locking tube (split pipe)
from the pin of the CIT-SZTOOL with tweezers.
3. Once the pin is removed, the links will come apart.
One of the locking tubes (split pipes) will remain on
the end of the pin, while the other will be loose. Be
sure not to damage or lose either locking tube (split
pipe) otherwise the pin will not hold in the bracelet
when assembled. Set the pin with locking tube
(split pipe) attached and “loose” locking tube (split
pipe) in a safe place for assembly. Repeat these
procedures to remove as many links as necessary.
If removing an uneven number of links, remove
the greater amount of links from the 6:00 side to
balance the bracelet when worn on the wrist.
1. Place the bracelet flat on a padded
work surface. Place the tip of one of the
screwdrivers in the slot of the screw on the
side away from you, and hold firmly in place.
Place the tip of the second screwdriver into
the slot of the screw closest to you. Turn
this second screwdriver counterclockwise
with placing steady pressure on the
screwdriver furthest away from you to keep
it from turning.
1. Assembly is opposite of disassembly.
Assemble the links, and insert the pin
with locking tube (split pipe) attached
into the bracelet.
2. Continue to turn the screwdriver closest
to you in a counterclockwise motion until
the screw is completely loose from the
bracelet. Pull the screw out of the bracelet
with your fingers and place the screw aside
in a safe place to ensure it is not lost.
2. T urn the bracelet on its side. Place the
“loose” locking tube (split pipe) onto the
other end of the pin.
3. W
ith the bracelet still on its side, and the
locking tube (split pipe) on the end of the
pin, use the flat end of a pair of tweezers
to push the locking tube (split pipe) into
place, flush with the side of the bracelet.
3. Once the screw is screwed down in the link
as far as it will go, give the screwdriver one
final “twist” to securely tighten the screw.
Be careful not to use too much force as the
screw head could become damaged.
Recommended Tools
Two Jeweler’s Screwdrivers of
appropriate size for the screw
■ ■
Tweezers
Assembly
Assembly
1. The pin may be removed from either side
of the bracelet. Place the bracelet in the
CIT-SZTOOL tool. Line the pin-hole in the side
of the bracelet up with the pin in the tool. Apply
gentle pressure to start removal of the pin.
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■
Tweezers
2. With the bracelet still on its side, securely
hold the bracelet between your fingers, and
place the 1mm screwdriver tip into the screw
slot on the end of the screw. While using gentle
downward pressure on the screwdriver, turn
the screw in a clockwise direction until you
feel the screw stop and the top of the screw
is just below the edge of the bracelet. Do
not apply more than gentle pressure on the
screwdriver as it could cause the screwdriver
tip to slip off the screw end, which may scratch
the side of the bracelet.
3. Once the screw is removed, the link will
come apart. Repeat this for as many links
as necessary. If removing an uneven
number of links, remove the greater
amount of links from the 6:00 side.
ds Dual Screw Coupled Type
Citizen Sizing Tool CIT-SZTOOL
■
1. Assemble the link, and turn the bracelet on its
side. Insert the screw into the link either with
a pair of tweezers or your fingers. The screw
will only go into one side of the link.
2. Grasp the end of the screw with the tip of
a pair of tweezers and remove the screw
from the link. Set the screw in a safe place
for reassembly.
3. While holding the bracelet together
with your fingers, turn the bracelet
on its side. Tap the pin into the bracelet
with a plastic jeweler’s mallet until the
end of the pin is flush with the side of
the bracelet.
Recommended Tools
1mm Screwdriver
(CTB-043-01MM)
■ 1. Turn the watch on its side. Firmly grasp the
bracelet in the area of the link you wish
to remove. Insert the 1mm screwdriver
tip into the slot on the screw head. While
applying gentle downward pressure on the
screwdriver, turn the screwdriver counter
clockwise to loosen the screw. Continue
to turn in a counter clockwise motion until
you can feel that the screw is completely
free turning.
2. A
ssemble the link, being careful not
to tilt the bracelet as the locking tube
(split pipe) may fall out. Hold the links
tightly together with your fingers, and
insert the pin as far as it will go with
finger pressure.
3. After the pin is removed, the links will come apart.
There will be a locking tube (split pipe) in the center
of the bracelet. Push this out with a pin pusher or
a pair of tweezers. Be sure not to damage or lose
the locking tube (split pipe), otherwise the pin will
not stay in the bracelet when assembled. Set the
pin and locking tube (split pipe) in a safe place for
assembly. Repeat these procedures to remove as
many links as necessary. If removing an uneven
number of links, be sure to remove the greater
amount of links from the 6:00 side to balance the
bracelet when worn on the wrist.
Recommended Tools
Assembly
Note: The locking tube (split pipe) may
only go in one side of the center link.
2. Once the pin is as far out as it will go with the
CIT-SZTOOL, pull the pin out completely with a pair of
pliers. Be careful to pull the pin in a straight motion.
Disassembly
Disassembly
1. Assembly is opposite of disassembly.
Insert the locking tube (split pipe) in the
center portion of the bracelet with a pair
of tweezers.
Note: Some bracelets with this type of pin do not
have arrows on the back of the bracelet. If your
bracelet does not have arrows, the pin may be
removed from either side of the bracelet.
Locking tube
(split pipe)
SS SINGLE SCREW LINK TYPE
Link connecting tube
with screw attached
3. Pull the other screw out with your fingers
or a pair of tweezers. The link connecting
tube will come out with the screw, allowing
disassembly of the link. Repeat these
procedures for as many links as required.
Be sure to balance the links removed from
each side. If removing an uneven amount of
links, remove more links from the 6:00 side
of the bracelet. This will help to balance the
watch on the wrist.
1. Assembly is opposite of disassembly. First
connect the links together. Then reinsert the
link connecting tube with attached screw into
the bracelet.
2. Turn the bracelet on its side, open end of the
connecting tube up. Place the remaining screw
onto the end of the tube and turn clockwise as
far as it will go using light pressure with one of
the screwdrivers. You may need to place finger
pressure on the opposite screw head to keep it
from turning.
3. Once again, lay the bracelet flat on a padded
work surface. Place one of the screwdrivers
in the slot of the screw on the bracelet side
away from you, and hold firmly in place. Place
the other screwdriver into the slot of the screw
closest to you. Turn this second screwdriver
clockwise to tighten the screw while placing
steady pressure on the screwdriver furthest
away from you to keep it from turning. Continue
turning until the screw is firmly tightened.
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eX END TAB SECURED EXPANSION
ps Split Pin (“Cotter Pin” Style)
special Procedure
Recommended Tools
■
Thin Blade
Recommended Tools
■
Citizen Sizing Tool CIT-SZTOOL
Planning the Adjustment
You may start your adjustment anywhere near the center
of the watchband. This illustration shows the starting
point as “H” and adjacent topshells and bottom boxes
numbered. Decide how many links you wish to remove.
1. Remove the link pin in the direction of
the arrow.
These illustrations show the removal of three links, so
the topshells and bottom boxes “H” and “3” will be
worked on.
2. Grasp the band on either side of the link from
which the pin was removed. Apply gentle
upward pressure on the side nearest the case,
while applying gentle downward pressure on
the clasp side of the band. You will feel the
mechanism disengage.
Bottom View
1. U
se a thin blade to straighten the tab
on one end of top shell.
6. To reassemble, line up both ends of
the bracelet so that staple ‘A’ can be
inserted above the spring in the top
box and staple ‘B’ into the bottom box.
Slide snugly into place.
2. Remove the topshell from the band by
pushing the straightened end down and
unhooking the other end. Save the topshell
for step 8. To shorten the bracelet,
remove additional topshell according
to your plan.
3. While continuing to apply gentle pressure as 1
outlined in the previous step, gently “rock” the
band to completely release the mechanism.
Staple ‘A’
5. Gently pull the links apart.
Repeat the procedure for as many links as
need removing. Reassembly is opposite of
disassembly.
1
7. Bend up the bottom end flap.
Bend down the top end flap to
a 45 degree angle only.
Staple ‘B’
4. After releasing the mechanism,
move the clasp side of the bracelet
towards the case to dissemble the links.
2
EC Clip PIN SECURED EXPANSION
Note: Do not use pliers as you
will damage the watchband.
Recommended Tools
■
Small Screwdriver
Locking clips
after removal
3. Bend down the bottom box end flaps
diagonal to the two exposed links
as shown.
Band locks
8. H
ook the unstraightened end of
the topshell over top box flap and
pivot into place.
2
3
1
Locking clips
after removal
Locking clip before removal
4. Bend up the end flaps at the opposite
end of the top boxes.
9. Bend down end tab to lock topshell
in position.
1
2
5. Push in the direction of the arrows to
separate the bracelet. You now have three
sections. Save the removed links for future
spare parts. The other sections are now
ready for assembly.
Note: The cutaway view shows
correct position of the staple legs.
The springs must be enclosed within
the “U” shape of the staple.
1. On the back of the clasp, you will notice two band locks that hinge in
the center of the clasp. Before proceeding, determine how many links 3
need to be removed. If an uneven number of links need to be removed,
be sure to remove more from the 6:00 side of the band. This will help
keep the watch balanced on the wrist.
4
4
2
5
3
2. On the back side of the clasp, insert your fingernail between the
band and the clasp band lock, then lift. The lock will open and the
band will slide easily out of the clasp.
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3
3. You will notice “U” shaped locking clips on each side of the band.
Once you determine how many links need to be removed from
each side, count from the END of the band and remove the
attachment clips from the appropriate link utilizing the tip of a
small screwdriver. Be sure to remove the clips from the same link.
Once both clips are removed, the links will easily be removed.
4. Slide the band completely into the clasp and snap the band lock
closed. Repeat for the other side.
5
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eX CENTER TAB SECURED EXPANSION
Recommended Tools
■
Smooth Flat-Jawed Pliers
■
Thin Blade
CB cut BAND (polyurethane straps)
1.Using a pin pusher or tweezers, press the
tip of the spring bar and at the same time
gently pull the band from the clasp.
Planning the Adjustment
You may start your adjustment anywhere near the center of the watchband. This illustration
shows the starting point as “H” with adjacent topshells and bottom boxes numbered.
Decide how many links you wish to remove. If you want to remove 3 links, remove topshells
“H” and “3” and then work on bottom boxes “H” and “3”.
These illustrations show the removal of three links, so the topshells and bottom boxes “H”
and “3” will be worked on.
1. Expand the bottom of the band to expose
the topshell tabs. Use a thin blade to
straighten up all four tabs.
2. When the tabs have been fully
straightened, expand the band and
the topshell will fall out. Save the
topshell for step 9.
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Topshell tabs and sidewall may
have been distorted during
removal. This distortion can
detract from the appearance of
the band. Use smooth flat-jawed
pliers to restore flatness. Topshell
will assemble more easily and
look better.
6. R
emove loose front staple shown by
arrow. Slide the separated sections back
together. The rear staple may interfere
unless it is moved away from the
adjacent link with your thumbnail.
2. Push the spring bar out of the band and
set it aside in a safe place.
Recommended Tools
■
Pin Pusher
■
Medium Size Scissors
■
Tweezers
4. Push the steel filler tube from the band.
5. Reinsert the spring bar into the position
from where the filler pin was removed.
6. Press the tip of the spring bar, and
at the same time, push the band back
into the clasp.
Be sure to cut along the clasp side
of the ribbed edge of the band.
3. Using a medium size pair of scissors,
cut the appropriate number of ‘links’
from the band.
7. The band is now reassembled into
the clasp. Repeat for the other side.
7. R
eplace the staple removed in step 6.
Note: The correct insertion of the staple is
as illustrated. The upper leg of the staple
must be inserted above the spring on the
top box and the lower leg goes under the
spring in the bottom box.
3. To shorten the bracelet, remove an
additional topshell according to your
plan. Bend down the bottom box end
flaps diagonally below the two exposed
links as shown.
8. Bend up the bottom box end flap.
4. When the end flaps have been bent
fully flat, push in the direction of the
arrows to separate the bracelet.
9. R
estraighten tabs on loose topshell that
you saved from step 2. Position topshell
lightly on exposed top box.
5. The watchband is now in three sections.
Save the circled extra links for future
spare parts. The other sections are now
ready for reassembly.
10. E xpand the band as illustrated in step 1.
Topshell will then sit completely on top
box. Bend down tabs with thin blade to
lock topshell in position.
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7. watch setting instructions
MODELS – AT40**
PERPETUAL CHRONO A•T
Multi-Function Hand
24-Hour Scale
Mvmt. Cal. No. E65*
FEATURES
Benefits
•
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Atomic Timekeeping
•
Radio-Controlled Accuracy
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Alarm
•
Daily Alarm
•
Chronograph
•
1-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 60 Minutes
24-Hour Hand
Note: Under normal conditions, this timepiece will
receive radio signals to automatically update the time
and calendar for the 5 radio-controlled cities (zones)
featured (LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC and LON.) The ‘A-TM’
(alternate) time zone is not radio-controlled but its time
is based from the radio-controlled zones. There may be
conditions in which the radio signal cannot be received. If
a signal cannot be received or the ‘A-TM’ (alternate) time
zone is chosen, the watch will operate normally, but not
sync with the radio signal.
Note: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal
function is noticed, an ALL RESET PROCEDURE and
0-POSITIONING is required. Be sure to set the time
and date after performing these procedures.
RADIO RECEPTION
The timepiece will receive radio signals both
automatically and on-demand. Both the time and calendar
will update based on a chosen radio-controlled time zone
(LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC or LON) and provided you are within
that radio signal zone.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM, 3:00 AM and
then if needed, at 4:00 AM. If initial reception is successful,
subsequent reception attempts (3:00 AM or 4:00 AM) will
not be activated.
The “on-demand” reception feature allows the user to
enter the reception mode at his/her convenience. This is
helpful when changing time zones before the automatic
update or if an automatic update was not successful.
Note: Radio updating can take up to 15 minutes to
complete. During the update process, the watch must not
be moved as this will prohibit a successful radio update.
For in-depth instructions on the radio reception feature,
please refer to your owner’s guide.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
R otate the crown to move the mode hand (6:00 sub
dial) to CHR mode.
P ull the crown out an additional ‘click.’ The hour,
24 hour, minute and multi-function hands as well as
the date will rotate to their zero positions currently
stored in memory. The correct zero positions are:
Hour, minute, second and 24 hour: 12:00 (straight up)
multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial): 6:00 (straight down)
date: between 31 and 1, centered in date window
Lower Right Button (A)
Second Hand
Mode Hand
•
•
•
•
•
•
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P ress and hold the upper right (B) and lower right (A)
buttons down simultaneously for 2 or more seconds,
then release them. The hands will move back and
forth and a “beep” sound will tone indicating the ALL
RESET is successful.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
minute and hour hands will move slightly indicating
they are active for setting.
R otate the crown to move the minute, hour and
24-hour hands until they point straight up (12:00).
Note: quickly rotating the crown two ‘clicks’
will activate rapid advancement. To stop rapid
advancement, rotate the crown 1 ‘click.’
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will move slightly indicating it is ready
for setting.
R otate the crown in either direction to move the
second hand to the 12:00 position.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial) will move back
and forth indicating it is ready for setting.
R otate the crown in either direction so that the multifunction hand points straight down (6:00) and the
date indicates between “31” and “1” (centered in
the date window.)
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes the ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING. You must now set the time and calendar.
TO SET THE TIME AND CALENDAR
Note: You must first set one of the radio-controlled time
zones prior to setting the ‘A-TM’ (alternate) time zone,
even if you do not wish to use a radio-controlled time
zone. Otherwise, the time displayed will not be correct
for all zones.
Note: If you are using one of the radio-controlled time
zones (LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC and LON), and you are in the
signal area for that time zone, the time and date will
update automatically upon receiving a successful radio
update. There may be circumstances however for which
you need to manually set the time and date such as after
an ALL RESET and 0-POSITIONING.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Crown
DST/Alarm
On/Off Scale
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
•
Upper Right Button (B)
Minute Hand
Hour Hand
•
•
•
•
•
P ull the crown out one ‘click.’ Rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to the radio-controlled
time zone shown nearest you. Note: The ‘A-TM’
(alternate) time zone is not radio-controlled.
P ull the crown one additional ‘click’ to the time setting
position. The second hand will rotate to the SMT
(daylight saving time) “on” or “off” setting position set
in memory.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to move
the second hand to indicate SMT “ON” or “OFF.”
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the 12:00 position and the
minute hand will move slightly indicating the minute,
hour and 24-hour hands are active for setting.
R otate the crown in either direction to set the
current time in the radio-controlled zone chosen. Pay
particular attention to the 24-hour hand to ensure
the correct AM or PM time is set (quickly rotating the
crown two ‘clicks’ will activate rapid advancement).
P ress and release the lower right button (A).
The multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial) will move
indicating the date is active for setting.
R otate the crown one ‘click’ clockwise or
counterclockwise to change the date (quickly
rotating the crown two ‘clicks’ will activate rapid
advancement).
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the current month of year
and leap year position set in memory.
R otate the crown clockwise to set the current month of
year and leap year as outlined in the graphic below:
Months of Year
November
December
October
March
September
July
April
June
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A).
The multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial) will rotate
to the current day of week set in memory.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the correct day of week.
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes setting the time
and calendar.
TO SET THE ALTERNATE TIME ZONE
Note: One of the radio-controlled time zones must
be set prior to setting the alternate time zones.
• P
ull the crown out one ‘click.’ Rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the mode
hand (6:00 sub dial) points to “A-TM.” The hands will
rotate to the current “alternate time” set in memory.
• P
ull the crown out one additional ‘click’ to the time
setting position. The second hand will rotate to the
SMT (daylight saving time) “on” or “off” setting
position set in memory and the minute hand will
move back and forth slightly.
• P
ress and release the upper right button (B) to move
the second hand to indicate SMT (daylight saving
time) “ON” or “OFF.”
• Rotate the crown clockwise to advance or
counterclockwise to decrement the time in one
hour increments.
•
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to
advance the minutes in 15 minute increments.
Push the crown in two “clicks.” This completes
setting the alternate time zone.
TO INITIATE ON DEMAND RECEPTION
There may be times when you need to initiate radio
reception rather than waiting for the automatic update
to occur.
Be sure the mode hand (6:00 sub dial) is pointing to
one of the radio-controlled cities (LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC
or LON) and you are within that same radio signal
reception region.
Press and hold the lower right button (A) for
approximately 2 seconds and release. The second hand
will rotate to the “RX” position.
Place the watch on a stable surface where it will not be
disturbed during the update process. The update process
can take up to 15 minutes to complete, depending on
signal strength.
After the update process is complete (successful or
failed), the watch will return to normal operation.
If you are having difficulty receiving radio reception and
are in one of the radio-controlled zones featured on this
timepiece, try a different location such as by a window
that is facing your nearest radio transmission tower (as
indicated in your instruction manual).
For additional features and instructions, please
refer to the full instruction manual or our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
•
Leap Year Setting
January
February
August
•
Mode Scale
May
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
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MODELS – AT703*
PROXIMITY
Multi-Function Hand
Upper Right
Button (B)
Mvmt. Cal. No. W760
FEATURES
Benefits
•
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the year 2100
Hour Hand
•
Chronograph
•
1-Second Chronograph Measures up to 60 Minutes
•
Power Reserve Indicator
•
Displays Remaining Charge
Crown
24-Hour Hand
•
Bluetooth® 4.0
•
Low Energy Powered by Eco-Drive
•
Citizen Proximity App
•
Free Convenient Technical Updates
•
Time/Date Sync
•
Updates Across Time Zones via GSM Phone Signal
•
iPhone Search
•
Phone Plays a Tone Within 10 Meter Sync Range
•
Call & Email Alert
•
•
Calendar Event Notification
otification Delivered Through Combination of
N
Subtle Watch Vibration and Second Hand Indicator
®
Minute Hand
Date of Month
Lower Right
Button (A)
Seconds/Chronograph
Second Hand
MODELS – AT80**
WORLD CHRONOGRAPH A•T
FEATURES
•
•
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise
to move the mode hand located at the 6:00 sub dial
to the desired operation mode.
P ush the crown in one ‘click.’ This completes
changing modes.
ALL RESET PROCEDURE AND
0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
•
•
•
•
•
P ress and hold both the lower right button (A) and
upper right button (B) for 1 second then release.
The watch will vibrate and the hands move slightly
indicating a successful all reset. You must now set
the 0-positions. The correct 0-positions are:
Hour, minute and second hands: 12:00
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Multi-Function hand (2:00 sub dial): 6:00
•
•
•
•
•
P ress and release the upper right button (B).
The hour and minute hands will move slightly.
R otate the crown to move the hour, minute and
24-hour hands to their respective zero positions.
P ress and release the upper right button (B).
The second hand will move slightly indicting it
is ready for setting. Rotate the crown to move
the second hand to the 12:00 position.
P ress and release the upper right button (B).
The multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial) and date
will move slightly indicating they may now be set.
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P ress the crown in two ‘clicks.’ This completes the
All Reset and 0-Positioning. You must now set
the time and perpetual calendar.
•
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Atomic Timekeeping
•
Radio-Controlled Accuracy
•
World Time
•
Time Adjustment in 26 Time Zones
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Chronograph
•
•
Power Reserve Indicator
1 /20-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 60 Minutes
•
Displays Remaining Charge
24-Hour Hand
Crown
Day of Week Scale
Radio Reception Scale
Lower Right Button (A)
Second Hand
Chronograph 1/20-Second Hand
Mode Hand
R otate the crown to move the mode hand (6:00 sub
dial) to the ‘TME’ (time) mode.
Pull the crown out one additional ‘click.’
P ress and release either the lower right button (A)
or upper right button (B). The second hand will
rotate to the 12:00 position.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the time. Be sure to pay attention to the 24-hour
hand (10:00 sub dial) to ensure the proper AM or PM
time is set.
OTE: Spinning the crown quickly will engage the
N
rapid advance feature. To cancel the rapid advance
feature, turn the crown one ‘click’ in either direction.
Push the crown in two ‘clicks.’
R otate the crown to move the mode hand (6:00 sub
dial) to the ‘CAL’ mode.
P ull the crown out one additional ‘click.’ The second
hand will rotate to the current leap year position set
in memory and the function hand (2:00 sub dial) will
rotate to the current day of week set in memory.
R otate the crown to set the current month and leap
year. Each hour indice will represent the month, while
the hour indice and 3 minute indices immediately
following will indicate the leap year.
Month of Year
•
•
•
November
December
February
September
March
August
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
April
July
June
May
Press and release the upper right button (B).
The multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial) will move
slightly indicating the date of month may be set.
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R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise
to set the current day of week.
P ress the crown in two ‘clicks.’ This completes
setting the calendar.
R otate the crown to move the mode hand
(6:00 sub dial) to the ‘L-TM’ (local or secondary
time) mode.
Pull the crown out one additional ‘click.’
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise
to set the time in 15 minute increments. Be sure to
pay attention to the 24-hour hand (10:00 sub dial)
to ensure the proper AM or PM time is set.
Push the crown in two ‘clicks.’
TO USE THE CHRONOGRAPH
NOTE: While using the chronograph, if 60 minutes
has elapsed, the chronograph will automatically stop
and reset.
NOTE: While in chronograph mode, and the watch is
actively paired with a compatible iPhone® (4S, 5, 5C
or 5S) featuring Bluetooth® 4.0 technology, visual
notification of email, schedule and calls is disabled.
Notification is through vibration only.
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January
P ress and release the upper right button (B).
The multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial) will
rotate slightly indicating the current day of week
may be set.
TO SET THE LOCAL (SECONDARY) TIME
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
Leap Year Setting
October
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R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
adjust the date.
NOTE: The multi-function hand (2:00 sub dial) makes
5 rotations for each date change.
•
Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
TO SET THE PERPETUAL CALENDAR
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
24-hour hand (10:00 sub dial): 24
Date of month: Between 31 and 1
R otate the crown so that the multi-function hand
(2:00 sub dial) is at 6:00, just after the date has
reached the position between 31 and 1.
TO SET THE TIME
NOTE: If the watch is actively paired with a compatible
iPhone® (4S, 5, 5C or 5S) featuring Bluetooth® 4.0 technology,
you may update the time automatically. There are times
however that you will need to manually set the time.
R otate the crown to move the mode hand
(6:00 sub dial) to the “>0<“ position.
Pull the crown out one additional ‘click.’
Minute Hand
Hour Hand
Benefits
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
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TO CHANGE OPERATION MODES
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
Upper Right Button (B)
Mvmt. Cal. No. H80*
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
NOTE: After a complete loss of power or an abnormal
function is noticed, an ALL RESET and 0-POSITIONING
is required. Be sure to set the time and date after
performing these procedures.
NOTE: This watch features a “power save” function.
After 30 minutes of no exposure to light sufficient for
charging, the watch enters “power save” mode. The
second hand will stop. Although the second hand is
not moving, the correct seconds are stored in memory.
Power save mode is automatically canceled when the
watch is either exposed to light sufficient for charging
or a Bluetooth® 4.0 notification from a compatible
iPhone® (4S, 5, 5C or 5S) is received.
Chronograph Minute Hand
Time Zone Scale
Note: Under normal conditions, this watch will receive
radio signals to automatically update the time and
calendar. There may be conditions in which the radio
signal cannot be received. If a signal cannot be received,
the watch will operate normally, but not sync with the
radio signal.
Note: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal
display or function is noticed, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE must be followed. Be sure to
set the time and date after performing these procedures.
RADIO RECEPTION
The watch will receive radio signals both automatically
and on-demand. Both the time and calendar will update
based on the current time zone.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM and 3:00 AM.
If the 2:00 AM reception is successful, the 3:00 AM
reception attempt will not occur.
The “on-demand” feature allows the user to activate radio
reception manually. However, depending on the time of
day, weather, radio interference, etc., the on-demand
feature may not result in a successful radio signal update
and the watch may have to be manually set, such as when
changing radio signal zones.
Note: Based on signal strength, it can take from 2 to 30
minutes to complete the radio reception update process.
During the update process, the watch must not be moved
otherwise the transmission signal may be interrupted
resulting in an unsuccessful time/calendar update.
For in-depth instructions on the radio reception feature,
please refer to your owner’s guide.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out two ‘clicks.’
•
Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
R otate the crown to move the mode hand (6:00 sub
dial) to the ‘CHR’ (chronograph) mode.
•
Push the crown in one ‘click.’
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to start
the chronograph.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B) to stop
the chronograph.
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to reset
the chronograph.
For additional operating instructions and compatible
iPhone® (4S, 5, 5C or 5S) pairing instructions, please
refer to the W760 movement instruction guide found
in the technical support section of our website
www.citizenwatch.com
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Compatible with Apple® iPhone® 4S, 5, 5C or 5S. The Apple® iPhone® App graphic and logo are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.
The Bluetooth® graphic and logo are registered trademarks of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Facebook®, and Facebook Messenger® notifications only with Facebook Inc. app.
Twitter® notifications only with Twitter Inc. app. Third party apps not supported.
•
P ress and hold the upper right (B) and lower right (A)
buttons simultaneously for 4 seconds, then release
them. The hands and date will move back and forth to
indicate the ALL RESET is successful.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B).
The minute and hour hands will move slightly.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise
to move the minute and hour hands to the 12:00
position, and the 24-hour hand (9:00 sub dial) to ‘24’.
Note: The 24-hour hand moves in conjunction with
the hour and minute hands.
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks.’ You must now set
the time and perpetual calendar.
TO SET THE TIME AND PERPETUAL CALENDAR
Note: After receiving a radio signal, the time and date
will automatically set. There may be circumstances
however for which you need to manually set the time and
date such as after an ALL RESET and 0-POSITIONING.
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
•
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•
•
•
•
R otate the crown in either direction so the chronograph
1/20-second indicator (6:00 sub dial) is pointing to ‘00’
(straight up).
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The second
and minute hands will rotate counterclockwise to show
a clear view of the 12:00 sub dial. The chronograph
minute hand (12:00 sub dial) will then move slightly
indicating the chronograph minute hand and date of
month may be set.
•
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise so
that the date is centered between 31 and 1, and the
chronograph minute hand (12:00 sub dial) is pointing
to ‘60’ (straight up).
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R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until
the second hand indicates the time zone nearest your
current location. The hour, minute and 24-hour hands
will rotate to the current time set in memory for the
chosen time zone.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to move
the chronograph minute hand (12:00 sub dial) to
indicate daylight saving time ON or OFF.
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for two
seconds then release. The second hand will rotate
to the 6:00 position and the chronograph minute hand
(12:00 sub dial) will rotate to ‘60.’
P ull the crown out one additional ‘click’ to the time
setting position. The second hand will rotate to the
12:00 position, and the hour and minute hands will
move slightly indicating the time may be set.
R otate the crown to set the correct time for the
chosen time zone. Be sure to pay attention to the
24-hour hand (9:00 sub dial) to ensure the proper
AM or PM time is set.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
chronograph minute hand (12:00 position) will rotate
slightly indicating the date of month may be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current date of month. Note: The chronograph
minute hand (12:00 sub dial) rotates 5 times for each
change of date.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
chronograph 1/20-second hand (6:00 sub dial) will rotate
slightly indicating the current day of week may be set.
•
R otate the crown to set the current month and
leap year. Each hour indice represents the month
of year, while each hour indice and the following
3 minute indices represents the leap year.
Leap Year Setting
Month of Year
November
December
October
February
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
March
September
August
April
July
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January
June
May
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’. This completes
setting the time and calendar.
TO CHANGE TIME ZONES
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’. Rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the second
hand indicates the time zone nearest your
current location.
•
•
P ress and release the upper right button (B)
to turn daylight saving time ON or OFF.
P ush the crown in one ‘click.’
This completes changing time zones.
TO USE THE 60 minute CHRONOGRAPH
Note: After 30 seconds of timing, the chronograph
1/20-second hand will stop. Measurement will
continue in memory and be reflected when the
chronograph is stopped.
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•
•
P ress and release the upper right button (B)
to start the chronograph.
P ress and release the upper right button (B)
to stop the chronograph.
P ress and release the lower right button (A)
to reset the chronograph.
T o exit chronograph mode, press and release
lower right button (A). The watch will resume
normal operation.
For further instructions and additional features of
the World Chronograph A•T, please refer to your
owner’s manual or the technical support section
on our website at www.citizenwatch.com.
•
R otate the crown clockwise to set the current day
of week.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The second
hand will rotate slightly indicating the leap year may
be set.
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MODELS – AT90**
WORLD TIME A•T
Benefits
•
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Atomic Timekeeping
•
Radio-Controlled Accuracy
•
World Time
•
Time Adjustment in 26 Time Zones
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Power Reserve Indicator
•
Displays Remaining Charge
•
Dual Time
•
Second Time Zone
•
Alarm
•
Upper Right Button (B)
Time Zone Scale
Mvmt. Cal. No. H82*
FEATURES
Function Hand
Charge Level/
Day of Week Scale
Primary Time
Minute Hand
Primary Time
Hour Hand
24-Hour Hand
Daily Alarm
R otate the crown so that the second hand is pointing
to the 12:00 position (straight up).
• Push the crown in two ‘clicks.’ You must now set the
primary time and perpetual calendar.
TO SET THE PRIMARY (HOME) TIME AND
PERPETUAL CALENDAR
NOTE: After receiving a radio signal, the primary (home)
time and date will be automatically set. The secondary
(dual time) is based off the primary (home) time.
There may be circumstances for which you need to
manually set the primary (home) time and date, such
as after an ALL RESET and 0-POSITIONING.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pull the crown out one ‘click’.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until
the second hand indicates the time zone nearest your
current location. The primary time hour, minute and
24-hour hands will rotate to the current time set in
memory for the chosen time zone.
P ress and release the upper right button to turn
daylight saving time ‘ON’ (SMT) or ‘OFF’ (STD) as
indicated by the function hand (12:00 sub dial).
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•
•
•
•
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
function hand (12:00 sub dial) will rotate slightly
indicating the current day of week may be set.
•
•
•
•
R otate the crown clockwise to set the current day
of week.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will rotate slightly indicating the month
and leap year may be set. Referring to the graphic
below, rotate the crown to set the current month and
leap year.
Leap Year Setting
November
January
February
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
P ress and release the upper right button (B).
The secondary (dual) time zone will be displayed.
P ull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the current primary (home) time
zone and the function hand (12:00 sub dial) will
rotate to indicate the current daylight saving.
Rotate the crown to change time zones.
If needed, press and release the upper right
button (B) to change the daylight saving time
setting to ‘ON’ (SMT) or ‘OFF’ (STD) as indicated
by the function hand (12:00 sub dial).
P ress and hold the lower right button (A) for two
seconds to set daylight saving time to automatic
updating (
) or manual updating (
).
P ush the crown in one click. This completes changing
primary (home) time zones.
TO CHANGE SECONDARY (DUAL) TIME ZONE
NOTE: The secondary (dual) time zone is based on the
time set for the primary (home) time zone.
NOTE: The secondary (dual) time (6:00 sub dial) is
displayed in a 24-hour format.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
function hand (12:00 position) will rotate slightly
indicating the date of month may be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current date of month. Note: The function
hand (12:00 sub dial) rotates 5 times for each change
of date.
ith the crown in the closed position next to the
W
case, press and release the upper right button (B).
The primary (home) time zone will be displayed
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to
resume normal operation.
TO CHANGE PRIMARY (HOME) TIME ZONE
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R otate the crown to set the correct time for the
chosen time zone. Be sure to pay attention to the
24-hour hand (9:00 sub dial) to ensure the proper
AM or PM time is set.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). Rotate
the crown clockwise to set the current minute.
•
P ull the crown out one additional ‘click’ to the time
setting position. The second and function hands will
rotate to the 12:00 position and the primary time hour
and minute hands will move slightly indicating the
time may be set.
October
FEATURES
Date
Benefits
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
Depth Sensor
•
Accurate Depth Indication
•
Depth Indicator Hand
•
Instant Depth Reading
•
One-Way Rotating Elapsed-Time Bezel
•
Assists in Measuring ‘Down Time’
•
Water Sensor
•
Automatically Switches to Dive Mode
•
Chronograph
•
•
Power Reserve Indicator
•
Water Resistant to 200 Meters
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P ull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the current primary (home) time
zone and the function hand will rotate to indicate the
current daylight saving time setting.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
secondary (dual) time hands will rotate indicating the
secondary (dual) time zone can be changed.
R otate the crown to move the second hand to reflect
the desired secondary (dual) time zone.
If needed, press and release the upper right button
(B) to change the daylight saving time setting to ‘ON’
(SMT) or ‘OFF’ (STD) as indicated by the function hand
(12:00 sub dial).
•
P ress and hold the lower right button (A) for two
seconds to set daylight saving time to automatic
updating (
) or manual updating (
).
Lower Right
Button (A)
Displays Remaining Charge
Note: Before use, be sure the watch is fully charged.
The charge level of the energy cell can be checked
by placing the watch in time mode. The function
hand (sweep second hand) will move to one of three
positions indicating the level of stored energy. Level
2 indicates a maximum charge.* Level 1 indicates
the charge level is in normal operating range. NG
indicates the charge level is not sufficient for diving
and is getting low for normal operation. For recharge
times and rates, refer to your instruction manual or
visit our website at www.citizenwatch.com. Do not use
a halogen light, or place the watch on the dashboard
of a car for charging as temperatures in excess of 140
degrees Fahrenheit can be reached which may damage
vital components of the watch.
If either a low charge/no charge state is reached, or
the function hand continues to indicate ‘over-zone,’ or
another malfunction is experienced, then an ALL RESET
AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURES will be required.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURES
• Unscrew the crown to release it from the case and
pull it out two ‘clicks.’ Simultaneously push the
upper right (B) and the lower right (A) buttons at
the same time and hold down for 2-3 seconds,
then release. This ‘resets’ the movement.
‘Real-Time’ Second Hand
P ress the upper right button (B) to set the function
and mode hands to the 0 or 12:00 position.
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TO CHANGE MODES
• To switch to the chronograph mode while in normal
time display mode, (mode hand on DV), press and
hold down the lower right button (A) for 3 seconds.
Mode and function hands will move to 0-position.
T o switch back to normal time display mode from
chronograph mode, press and hold the lower right
button (A) for 3 seconds.
Watch switches to dive standby mode automatically
when sensor is wet.
T o call up maximum depth memory of the last dive,
while in the time or dive mode, press the upper
right button (B). The depth indicator hand (mode
hand) will move to show the deepest point of the
last dive. Press and release the upper right button
(B) again to return the depth indicator hand (mode
hand) back to its previous position.
•
P ull the crown out two ‘clicks’ to set the hour and
minute hands. Turn the crown to move the hands
forward to the correct time while observing the
24-hour hands so as to properly set the time for
AM or PM.
Push the crown in to finalize setting.
•
nce time and/or date is set, then push the crown
O
in against the case and while continuing to apply
pressure, turn the crown clockwise until it is
screwed tightly against the case.
TO USE THE CHRONOGRAPH
• Hold the lower right button (A) down for 3 seconds
while in normal time display mode to switch to
chrono­­graph mode. Function hand now becomes
chrono­graph sweep second hand and mode indicator
becomes minute register hand. Small second hand
always shows actual running seconds.
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T o return to normal time display mode from
chrono­­graph mode, press and hold the lower
right button (A).
Chronograph does not operate simultaneously
with time or dive mode. If mode is switched from
chronograph, chronograph data is deleted.
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TO USE THE DEPTH METER
Before the watch goes into dive standby mode
and before diving, make sure ‘screw lock’ crown is
tightened securely against the case. Watch is now
ready for diving.
Watch will automatically switch to dive standby
mode from either normal time or chronograph mode
whenever water sensor gets wet. Mode hand moves
to ‘DV’ and depth indicator hand will move to ‘0’ feet.
(If this does not happen, please refer to the ALL RESET
PROCEDURE outlined previously.)
TO SET THE DATE
• After the correct time has been set (24-hour
hand indicating whether time is AM or PM) and
the crown is pulled out one ‘click’ (intermediate
position), then rotate the crown in the
counterclockwise direction to set the date.
Set the time if necessary.
R eturn the crown to its position next to the case
and screw it in to secure it.
Note: After the ALL RESET, the function hand will
indicate ‘NG’ charge for approximately one hour,
then will return to the correct charge indication.
T o switch back to time after dive, press and hold the
upper right button (B) for 3 seconds.
TO SET THE TIME
• Unscrew the crown by turning it in a counter­
clockwise direction to release it.
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Crown
1-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 50 Minutes
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
•
Upper Right
Button (B)
24-Hour Hand
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Mode Hand
Function Hand
•
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’. This completes setting
the time and calendar.
TO CHECK THE ACTIVE PRIMARY AND
SECONDARY (DUAL TIME) ZONES
•
December
Secondary (Dual) Time/
Alarm Minute Hand
Level of
Stored Energy
•
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for two
seconds then release. The second hand will rotate to
the 6:00 position.
September
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•
P ress and hold the lower right button (A) for two
seconds to set daylight saving time to automatic
updating (
) or manual updating (
).
Month of Year
Mvmt. Cal. No. B74*
Secondary (Dual) Time/Alarm
Hour Hand (24-Hour Format)
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
NOTE: Under normal conditions, this watch will
receive radio signals to automatically update the time
and calendar. There may be conditions in which the radio
signal cannot be received. If a signal cannot be received,
the watch will operate normally, but not sync with the
radio signal.
NOTE: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal
display or function is noticed, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE must be followed. Be sure to
set the time and date after performing these procedures.
RADIO RECEPTION
The watch will receive radio signals both automatically
and on-demand. Both the primary (home) time and
calendar will be based on the current time zone chosen
within the radio signal reception area.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM and
3:00 AM. If the 2:00 AM reception is successful,
the 3:00 AM reception attempt will not occur.
The “on-demand” feature allows the user to activate
radio reception manually. However, depending on
the time of day, weather, radio interference, etc., the
on-demand feature may not result in a successful radio
signal update and the watch may have to be manually
set, such as when changing radio signal zones.
NOTE: Based on signal strength, it can take from
2 to 30 minutes to complete the radio reception update
process. During the update process, the watch must
not be moved otherwise the transmission signal may
be interrupted resulting in an unsuccessful time/
calendar update.
For in-depth instructions on the radio reception feature,
please refer to your owner’s guide.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out two ‘clicks.’
• Simultaneously press and hold the upper right (B)
and lower right (A) buttons for 4 seconds, then
release. (Following a “beep” tone, the hands and
date will move back and forth, indicating a successful
ALL RESET).
• Rotate the crown in either direction so the dual time
hour and minute hands (6:00 sub dial) are pointing to
‘24’ (straight up).
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The
function hand (12:00 sub dial) will then move slightly
indicating the function hand and date of month may
be set.
Note: Depending on the position of the primary time
hour and minute hands, the primary time second hour
and minute hands may rotate to show a clear view of
the 12:00 sub dial.
• Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise so
that the date is centered between 31 and 1, and the
function hand (12:00 sub dial) is pointing to Sunday.
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The
primary time minute and hour hands will move slightly.
• Rotate the crown so that the primary time hour and
minute hands are pointing to the 12:00 position
(straight up).
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will move slightly.
Crown
Lower Right Button (A)
Second Hand
MODELS ­– BJ2***
PROMASTER DEPTH
METER CHRONOGRAPH
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to start
or stop chronograph.
hen stopped, press the lower right button (A) to
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reset hands to 0-position. If either of the two hands
does not return to the 0-position, please refer to the
ALL RESET PROCEDURE outlined previously.
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T o read the maximum depth memo for the last dive
(after all moisture has been removed from exterior
of watch) press the upper right button (B) while in
time or dive mode. Depth indicator hand will point
to the maximum depth of your last dive.
P ress the upper right button (B) again to return to
the previous mode.
epth meter and chronograph cannot be used
D
simultaneously. The elapsed time indicator (ETI)
bezel ring should be used to keep track of elapsed
dive time (see your instruction manual for detailed
information).
aximum depth measurement is 125 feet. If diver
M
exceeds that depth, depth indicator hand rests on
‘over-zone’ mark until returning to 125 feet or less.
lways use the ‘buddy system’ when diving. This
A
watch is not a substitute for a dive partner.
It is recommended that there be no diving unless
the power level indicator is at Level 1 or 2.
For charge rates and additional in-depth instructions,
please refer to the full instruction manual or our
website at www.citizenwatch.com.
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*Level 2 indicates maximum charge level and will remain there
for 3-8 hours depending on the type of light used for charging and
functions of the watch being utilized.
P ush the crown in one ‘click’. This completes
changing the secondary (dual) time zone.
For instructions on using additional features of the
World Time A•T please refer to the full instruction
manual or the technical support section on our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
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March
August
April
July
June
May
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Models – B L000* Perpetual Calendar
BL002*
Mvmt. Cal.
No. E71*
BL003*
and No. E76*
BL005*
BL006*
BL1***
FEATURES
MODELS – BL5***
PERPETUAL CHRONOGRAPH
Recessed
Push Button
Crown
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Independent Hour Adjustment
•
Quick Time Zone Change
ALL RESET PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out two ‘clicks,’ and press in recessed
button (on the side of the case at the 2:00 position)
for 2 to 3 seconds and release. The hour, minute
and second hands will move, then stop. ALL RESET
PROCEDURE is now complete and BASE POSITION
ADJUSTMENT can be made.
Base Position Adjustment
• After the ALL RESET PROCEDURE, with the crown still
pulled out two ‘clicks,’ turn the crown and move the
hour and minute hands to the 12:00 position.
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Regarding the Month
January: Between 1:00 and 2:00
February: Between 2:00 and 3:00
December: Between 12:00 and 1:00
Year Passages YearPassages
2012
Leap Year
2016
Leap Year
2013
1st Year
2017
1st Year
2014
2nd Year
2018
2nd Year
2015
3rd Year
2019
3rd Year
If the month/leap year position needs to be adjusted,
turn the crown clockwise. The second hand moves one
step for each ‘click.’ Set the second hand to the correct
month/leap year position.
P ress the crown in and pull it out one ‘click’ and
then turn the crown clockwise and move the second
hand to the zero mark. Turn the crown counter­
clockwise quickly two or three ‘clicks’ and date will
change automatically every 5 seconds, until the
crown is turned one ‘click’ in either direction to stop
its advance. Move the date to the number 1. BASE
POSITION ADJUSTMENT is now completed.
P ress the crown in and wait for the second hand
to move in two second steps (signaling memory
is set). Proceed with the time and calendar
setting procedures.
TO SET THE TIME
The Citizen Eco-Drive perpetual calendar watch is
preset at the factory, but because it has crossed time
zones and the international date line, you will probably
need to set it once to be set for life. Just follow these
simple instructions.
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Pull the crown out to the first ‘click’. The second hand
will move to the month/leap year position that has
been previously set. Make sure that it is set to the
correct month/leap year as follows:
Features
Light-Powered
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Environmentally Clean Energy Source
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Time
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Displays 12/24-Hour Systems
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Perpetual Calendar
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Accurate to the Year 2100
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Chronograph
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Dual Time
1/20-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 60 Minutes
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Alarm
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Second Time Zone
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Daily Alarm
NOTE: If you suspect a malfunction, first check the 0-position
of the hands by pulling the crown out two ‘clicks’. If the
hands and date do not move to their 0-position, it will be
necessary to set them for proper operation.
Example: If the second hand moves to the 12 marker
exactly, the month would be December of a leap year. If
the second hand moves to three ‘ticks’ after the 12, that
would indicate that the memory is set to December and
the Year is set to 3 years after a leap year.
TO SET THE CALendar
• Pull the crown out one ‘click,’ the second hand will
move to a month/leap year position and stop.
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T o change the month/leap year indication, turn the
crown clockwise one ‘click.’ The second hand moves
forward one ‘tic.’ Set the second hand to correct
indication according to the calendar memory guide
shown to the left.
T o change the date, turn crown one ‘click’
counterclockwise and the date moves one day
forward. If the crown is turned counterclockwise
quickly 2 or 3 ‘clicks,’ the date will change
automatically every 5 seconds until the crown is
turned 1 ‘click’ in either direction to stop its advance.
After setting press crown in and screw down tight.
S ince the calendar is perpetual, once it is set
correctly, it changes month, year setting and date
automatically until the year 2100.
TO CHANGE TO A DIFFERENT TIME ZONE
Crown is unscrewed (if crown is screw lock type) but
NOT pulled out during this adjustment.
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If the date needs to be adjusted, turn the crown
counterclockwise. The date advances one day
forward for each ‘click.’
To set the time, pull the crown out to the second
‘click’ and adjust the hands.
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After setting is complete, return the crown to
the original position. The watch will resume
normal operation.
TO READ THE CALENDAR MEMORY
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’ The second hand
becomes the month/leap year indicator. The hour
markers, 1-12 acts as month number indicators. The
first 3 minute markers after each hour mark are used
to indicate the number of years after a leap year.
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P ress in and release recessed push button at the 2:00
position on the side of the case and turn the crown
clockwise. The hour and minutes hands will move
forward one hour.
T urn the crown counterclockwise and the hands will
move backward one hour. The second hand continues
moving while Time Zone is changed so the accuracy of
the time is not affected.
After a full recharge from complete power loss or if
abnormal operation is noted, an ALL RESET PROCEDURE
and 0-POSITIONING CORRECTION will be needed.
The second hand on this watch moves in one second
step increments to indicate that the charge level is
sufficient for normal time keeping operation. If the
reserve power drops to a level where more charging is
needed, the second hand moves to the CHARGE position
on the dial as a reminder. When the watch is sufficiently
charged, the second hand will resume the single second
step movement. Refer to your Instruction Manual for a
complete charging guide.
ALL RESET PROCEDURE
• Turn the crown to set the Mode hand to the
chronograph (CHR) mode.
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Crown
24-Hour Hand
Lower Right Button (B)
Second Hand
Mode Hand
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F or additional features and instructions, please refer
to the full instruction manual or our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
P ress the upper right (A) and lower right (B) buttons
simultaneously, then release. Following a confirmation
tone, each of the hands performs a demonstration
movement in the order of the function, 24-hour, hour,
minute and second hands to indicate that the ALL
RESET PROCEDURE is finished.
C ontinue with the 0-POSITIONING CORRECTION
PROCEDURES.
Click (turn) the crown to the left to align the date.
C licking the crown once causes the function hand to make
four revolutions and the date to be corrected by one day.
T urning the crown rapidly (‘clicking’ continuously two
or more times) causes the function hand to advance
continuously. When stopping the function hand, ‘click’
the crown once to the right or left. When the function
hand is not stopped manually, it stops automatically
after advancing 31 days.
Pull the crown out two ‘clicks’.
P ressing the upper right button (A) causes the second
hand to be corrected by one second at a time each time
it is pressed. Pressing and holding the upper right button
(A) down causes the second hand to advance rapidly.
T urning the crown allows correction of the 24-hour
and minute hands. Turning the crown once to the right
causes the hour and minute hands to move clockwise
or turning the crown once to the left causes the hour
and minute hands to move counter­­clockwise. Turning
the crown rapidly (‘clicking’ continuously two or more
times) causes the hands to advance rapidly. When
stopping the hands, turn the crown once to the right or
left. When the hands are not stopped manually, they
stop automatically after being corrected by 12 hours.
TO SET THE TIME
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to move
the Mode hand to the time (TME) position.
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P ull the crown out two ‘clicks’. The second hand moves
to the 0-position and stops. If the second hand stops at
any other position, you must perform an ALL RESET
PROCEDURE and 0-POSITIONING CORRECTION.
T urning the crown changes the position of the hour,
minute and 24-hour hands electronically. Turning
the crown clockwise moves the hands forward or
counterclockwise moves the hands backward. Turning
the crown quickly causes the hands to move in a
continuous or rapid set manner. Turning the crown one
‘click’ in either direction while the hands are in the
‘rapid set’ mode will cause the hands to stop.
upper right button (A) is pressed. While measuring the
elapsed time, sweep second hand records seconds and
function hand measures minutes. After the chronograph
is stopped, if the lower right button (B) is pressed, the
function hand will indicate 1/20-second total.
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B e sure to set time to correct AM/PM by referring to
the 24-hour hand. After setting time, push the crown
in to finalize time setting.
P ull the crown out one ‘click’. The sweep second hand
becomes the month indicator and moves to an hour
marker (1-12) to indicate the month number.
Example: If the sweep second hand moves to hour marker
4, it would indicate that the month is April. At the same time,
the function hand moves to a position on the upper right
dial to indicate whether the year is a leap year or 1, 2 or 3
years after a leap year. The 0-position of the function hand
indicates a leap year. Leap years +1, +2 and +3 are indicated
by the three markers following the 0-position.
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T o correct the month number, press and release the
lower right button (B) until the sweep second hand
indicates the correct month (numeric). To correct the
leap year indication, press and release the upper
right button (A). To change the date, turn the crown
counter­clockwise one ‘click’ to move the date forward
one day at a time. Turning the crown counterclockwise
quickly will cause the date to ‘rapid set’ or change
continuously. To stop the advance, turn the crown
forward or backward one ‘click’.
P ush the crown in to finalize the calendar setting. Once
the calendar is set correctly and the watch is kept
charged up, automatic operation of the month, date and
leap year indication will continue until the year 2100.
TO USE THE CHRONOGRAPH
• Turn the crown to move the mode hand to the
chronograph (CHR) mode.
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P ress the upper right button (A) to start or stop the
chrono­graph. A confirmation beep will signal when the
T o return the chronograph hands to 12:00 after the
chronograph is stopped, press and hold down the
upper right button (A).
T he chronograph will measure up to a maximum of
59 minutes and 59.99 seconds in 1/20-second
increments and then stop at the 0-position.
TO SET THE LOCAL TIME
• The local time (L-TM) function allows the time to be
set and displayed for a different time zone other than
your own.
TO SET THE CALENDAR
• The calendar is set while the mode hand is in the time
(TME) position.
T he 12:00 position immediately after the date changes
to the ‘1st’ in the 0-position of the function hand. After
correcting the date to the ‘31st’ by turning the crown,
press the upper right button (A) to finely correct the
function hand so that the function hand is aligned at
the 0-position after the date changes to the ‘1st’.
0-Positioning Correction of 24-Hour,
Hour, Minute and Second Hands
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to move
the Mode hand to the Chronograph (CHR) position.
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P ull the crown out two ‘clicks’ (0-position correction
mode). Each of the hands and date moves to their
respective 0-positions stored in memory and then stops.
0 -Positioning Correction of
Function Hand and Date
• Pull the crown out to one ‘click’ in the chronograph
(CHR) mode to correct the function hand and date.
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Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
Note: If the watch reaches a low or no charge
state, or abnormal function is noted, please follow
the ALL RESET PROCEDURE and BASE POSITION
ADJUSTMENT prior to setting the actual time and
date. Time and calendar setting is done electronically
by turning the crown.
Upper Right Button (A)
Mvmt. Cal. No. E81*
Benefits
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Function Hand
T urn the crown to set the mode hand to local time
(L-TM) mode.
P ull the crown out two ‘clicks’ to the time setting
position.
T urn the crown clockwise one ‘click’. The hour,
minute and 24-hour hands move forward one
hour (always refer to 24-hour hand to set AM/PM
correctly). Turning the crown counter­clockwise one
‘click’ will cause the hands to move backward one
hour. If while changing the time to a different time
zone in the clockwise direction, 12:00 midnight is
passed, date will advance one day. If the time is
changed in the counter clockwise direction and
12:00 midnight is passed, the date will be
corrected, but this may take 2 or 3 minutes for
the change to occur.
TO USE THE ALARM
• The alarm time should be set while referring to the 24-hour
clock to assure that AM/PM setting is correct. When set, it
will sound for 15 seconds at the alarm set time each day.
The sounding may be stopped at any time by pressing
either the upper right (A) or lower right (B) buttons.
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T he alarm can only be set according to the time set in
the normal (TME) mode.
T urn the crown to move the mode hand to the alarm
(ALM) mode. The second hand will move to the ON or
OFF position and the hour, minute and 24-hour hand
will move to the previously set alarm time.
P ull the crown out two ‘clicks’ to the time setting position.
The alarm will automatically be set to the ON position.
S et alarm time by turning the crown clockwise to move
the hands forward and counterclockwise to move the
hands backward. Be sure to refer to the 24-hour hand
so that correct AM/PM time is set.
hile in alarm mode with the crown still pulled out,
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you may change alarm set to ON or OFF by pressing
and releasing the upper right button (A).
P ush the crown in to finalize alarm setting.
While the crown is in the normal position in
alarm mode, if the upper right button (A) is
pressed, alarm monitor tone will sound.
For additional features and instructions, please refer
to the full instruction manual or our website at
www.citizenwatch.com.
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MODELS – B L5***
PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH
Mvmt. Cal. No. E82*
Features
BENEFITS
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Time
•
Displays 12/24-Hour Systems
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
•
Chronograph
•
•
Dual Time
1/20-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 60 Minutes
•
Second Time Zone
•
Daily Alarm
Alarm
Accurate to the Year 2100
Note: If you suspect a malfunction or the hands are in
an incorrect position, first check the 0-position of the
hands by pulling the crown out one click and rotate it to
move the mode hand (6:00 sub dial) to indicate (CHR).
Pull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to the setting
position. If the hands and date do not move to the correct
0-positions (pointing straight up to 12:00 with the date
at ‘1’), it will be necessary to perform the all reset and
0-positioning procedures.
After a full recharge from complete power loss or
if abnormal operation is noted, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING CORRECTION will be needed prior to
setting the time and calendar.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITiONing PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out 1 ‘click.’ Turn the crown to set the mode
hand (6:00 sub dial) to the chronograph [CHR] position.
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P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ (0-position
correction mode). Each of the hands and date moves to
their respective 0-positions stored in memory and then
stop. (Note: this may take a few minutes to complete.)
S imultaneously press and hold the upper right (B)
and lower right (A) buttons for two seconds then
release. Following a confirmation tone, the minute,
chronograph second, and chronograph minute hands
will move back and forth slightly indicating the ALL
RESET procedure was successful.
24-Hour Hand
Lower Right
Button (A)
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C ontinue to rotate the crown slowly until ‘1’ is shown
in the center of the date window and the chronograph
minute hand (upper right sub dial) indicates 12:00.
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes the 0-positioning
procedure. You must now set the time and calendar.
TO SET THE TIME AND CALENDAR
• Pull the crown out 1 ‘click’ and rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to move the mode
hand (6:00 sub dial) to the time (TME) position.
P ull the crown out one an additional ‘click’
(two ‘clicks’ out) to the time/calendar setting position.
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position. The second hand will move to the 12:00
position indicating the watch is in chronograph mode.
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R otate the crown clockwise (right) to set the current
time. Pay particular attention to the position of the
24-hour hand (upper left sub dial) to ensure the correct
AM or PM time is set. (Rotating the crown quickly will
engage the rapid advance function. To stop the rapid
advance function, rotate the crown one ‘click’.)
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
chronograph minute hand (upper right sub dial) will
move slightly indicating the leap year designation
may be set.
R otate the crown clockwise (right) to adjust the
chronograph minute hand (upper right sub dial)
to indicate the current leap year designation.
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will make a full rotation and stop at
the last month of year in memory indicating the
month of year may now be set.
R otate the crown clockwise to align the second hand
to indicate the current month of the year. Each hour
location will correspond to a month.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to start or stop
the chronograph. A confirmation beep will signal when
the upper right button (B) is pressed. While measuring the
elapsed time, the chronograph minute hand (2:00 sub dial)
records elapsed minutes and 1/20th of a second. After
the chronograph is stopped, if the lower right button
(A) is pressed and held, the chronograph minute hand
will indicate the 1/20 of a second.
T o return the chronograph hands to 12:00 after the
chronograph is stopped, press and hold down the
upper right button (B) for approximately 2 seconds.
TO USE THE ALARM
Once set and activated, the alarm will sound for 15
seconds at the set time every 24-hours based on the
time set. It cannot be set for the travel (LTM) time.
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P ush the crown in one ‘click’ to the closed position
next to the case.
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3 years past leap year
P ull the crown out 1 ‘click’ and rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to move the mode
hand (6:00 sub dial) to the alarm (ALM) position.
The hands will move to the following positions:
S econd hand: moves to the 30 second (6:00) position
hour, minute and 24-hour hands: moves to indicate
the last set alarm time.
P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ (two ‘clicks’
out) to activate the alarm setting mode.
Rotate the crown clockwise (right) to set the desired
alarm time. Be sure to pay particular attention to the
24-hour hand (upper left sub dial) to ensure the correct
AM or PM time is set.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
chronograph minute hand (upper right sub dial) will
move slightly indicating it and the date are active for
0-positioning.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will move to the 0-position set in
memory then stop. The minute hand will move
slightly indicating it is active for setting.
Note: If the second hand stops at any other position, you must
perform an ALL RESET and 0-POSITIONING CORRECTION.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will move slightly indicating it may now
be set to its 0-position. Rotate the crown to move the
chronograph second hand to the 12:00 position.
R otate the crown to set date of the date of month to
‘31.’ (Rotating the crown quickly will engage the rapid
advance function. To stop the rapid advance function,
rotate the crown one ‘click’.)
FEATURES
T o activate the alarm, press and release the upper
right button (B) to change the position of the
chronograph second hand to indicate ‘on’ (8:30) or
‘off’ (7:30).
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes the alarm setting.
TO ACTIVATE OR DEACTIVATE THE ALARM
Once the alarm time is set, you may wish to activate or
deactivate the alarm.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B).
The chronograph minute hand (2:00 sub dial) will
make one rotation counterclockwise then return
indicating the date of month may be set.
R otate the crown clockwise to set the current date of
the month. (Note: the function hand (upper right sub
dial) will rotate 4 revolutions for each date change.)
P ress the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position next
to the case. This completes setting the time and calendar.
TO USE THE CHRONOGRAPH
The chronograph will measure up to a maximum of 59
minutes and 59.99 seconds in 1/20-second increments
and then stop at the 0-position. Note: Be sure to reset
the chronograph after each use to conserve power.
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P ull the crown out one ‘click’ and rotate it to move the
mode hand (6:00 sub dial) to the chronograph (CHR)
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P ull the crown out 1 ‘click’ and rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to move the mode
hand (6:00 sub dial) to the alarm (ALM) position.
P ress the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes the alarm activation/
deactivation procedure.
For additional features and instructions, please
refer to the full instruction manual or our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
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Hour Hand
Upper Right Button (A)
Function Hand
Month Indicator Dial Ring
Benefits
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Time
•
Displays 12/24-Hour Systems
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Alarm
•
Daily Alarm
•
Dual Time
•
Second Time Zone
Crown
24-Hour Hand
Day of Week Indicator
Lower Right Button (B)
Seconds/Minutes Track
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
Note: If you suspect a malfunction, first check the
0-position of the hands as outlined in the 0-positioning
check procedure. If the hands and date do not move
to their respective 0-positions, it will be necessary to
set them for proper operation.
After a full recharge from complete power loss or
if abnormal operation is noted, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING CORRECTION will be needed.
The second hand on this watch moves in one second
increments to indicate that the charge level is sufficient
for normal time keeping operation. If it is not moving in
one second increments, be sure to charge your watch
fully as outlined in your Instruction Manual.
0-POSITIONING CHECK PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
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T urn the crown so that either tip of the mode hand
is pointing to the local time mode (L-TM).
P ush the crown back in one ‘click’ to the closed
position next to the case.
P ress the upper right button (A) for 10 or more
seconds until the hands move to the 0-position stored
in memory. Release the upper right button (A). The
correct 0 position for each hand is as follows:
– Hour, minute and second hand pointing to ’12:00’
– 24-hour hand pointing to ‘24’
– Function hand pointing to ‘SUN’
– Date indicating ‘1’
If any of the hands do not indicate their respective
0-position, it will be necessary to perform the all reset
and 0-positioning correction procedure.
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P ress the upper right button (A) to resume normal
operation in the local time mode.
ALL RESET and 0-POSITIONING
CORRECTION PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
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T urn the crown so that either tip of the mode hand
is pointing to the local time mode (L-TM).
P ush the crown back in one ‘click’ to the closed
position next to the case.
hen the hands have stopped moving, pull the crown
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out two ‘clicks.’
P ress the upper right (A) and lower right (B) buttons
simultaneously for two to three seconds, then
release. Following a confirmation tone, each of the
hands performs a ‘demonstration’ in the order of the
function, minute and second hands to indicate that
the ‘all reset’ of the movement has completed.
P ress the upper right button (A). The minute hand
will move to indicate the hour, minute and 24-hour
hands can be set. Turn the crown clockwise or
counterclockwise to set the hour and minute hand to
12:00 and the function hand to ‘24’ (the 24-hour hand
moves in conjunction with the Hour hand and cannot
be set independently).
Mode Hand
Second Hand
Turning the crown rapidly (‘clicking’ continuously two or
more times) causes the hands to advance continuously
until the crown is again turned.
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P ress the upper right button (A) again. The function
hand will move indicating that is the hand that
can now be set. Turn the crown clockwise or
counterclockwise so that function hand points to
‘SUN’ and the date is set for 1. Turning the crown
rapidly (‘clicking’ continuously two or more times)
causes the hand to advance continuously until the
crown is again turned.
T urn the crown clockwise to move the second hand to
the ‘12:00’ position.
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes the all reset and
0-positioning correction.
Continue with to set the time.
TO SET THE TIME
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
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T urn the crown so that either tip of the mode hand
is pointing to the time mode (TME).
T urn the crown to change the position of the hour,
minute and 24-hour hands electronically. Turning
the crown clockwise moves the hands forward and
counterclockwise moves the hands backward. Turning
the crown quickly causes the hands to move in a
continuous or rapid set manner. Turning the crown one
‘click’ in either direction while the hands are in the
“rapid set” mode will cause the hands to stop.
B e sure to set time to the correct AM/PM by referring
to the 24-hour hand. After setting time, push the
crown in to finalize time setting.
TO SET THE CALENDAR
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
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T urn the crown so that either tip of the mode hand
is pointing to the calendar mode (CAL).
P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to the calendar
setting position. The function hand will move to
indicate the leap year set in memory. The positions
are as follows:
– ‘LY’= indicates the current year is a leap year
– ‘+1’ indicates 1 year past a leap year
– ‘+2’ indicates 2 years past a leap year
– ‘+3’ indicates 3 years past a leap year
Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to set the
correct leap year position.
Date
P ress the upper right button (A). The second hand will
move to indicate the month stored in memory. Turn the
crown clockwise to set the current month.
P ress the upper right button (A). The function hand
will move to the middle of the day indicator indicating
the date can be set. Turning the crown clockwise
will advance the date, while turning the crown
counterclockwise will move the date backward.
Turning the crown quickly causes the hands to move
in a continuous or rapid set manner. Turning the crown
one ‘click’ in either direction while the hands are in
the “rapid set” mode will cause the hands to stop.
Set the date for the current date.
P ress the upper right button (A). The function hand
will move to the day of the week stored in memory.
Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to set
the current day of the week.
P ush the crown to the closed position next to the
case. This completes setting the calendar.
TO SET THE ALARM
The alarm is based on a 24-hour time period and can
be set to sound at the same time each day.
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P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to the time
setting position. The second hand will move to the
12:00 position.
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P ress the upper right button (A). The second hand will
move indicating the second hand can now be set.
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P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ (two ‘clicks’
out) to activate the alarm setting mode.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to change
the position of the second hand to indicate ‘on’ (8:30)
or ‘off’ (7:30).
Leap Year Indicator
Minute Hand
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Mode Hand
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Alarm On/Off Indicator
(hidden by minute hand)
Mvmt. Cal. No. E870
Time Second/
Chronograph Second Hand
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The minute
hand will move slightly indicating the hour, minute and
24-hour hands may now be set to their 0-position.
R otate the crown so that the hour, minute and 24-hour
hands are pointing straight up (12:00). (Note: the
24-hour hand moves in conjunction with the hour hand.)
Minute Hand
Crown
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instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
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Upper Right
Button (B)
Hour Hand
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Chronograph Minute/
1/20-Second Hand
MODELS – BL80**
Calibre 8700 SERIES
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Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
T urn the crown so that either tip of the mode hand
is pointing to the alarm mode (ALM). The hour, minute
and 24-hour hands will move to the current alarm time
set position.
P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to the alarm time
setting position. The alarm will automatically be activated
and the Function hand will move to indicate ‘ON.’
R otate the crown either clockwise or counterclockwise
to set the desired alarm time, paying close attention
to the 24-hour hand to ensure the proper AM or PM
alarm time is set.
P ress the lower right button (B) to turn the alarm
ON or OFF.
• Push the crown to the closed position next to the case.
TO SET THE LOCAL TIME
The local time (L-TM) function allows the time to be set
and displayed for a different time zone other than your
own. It can be set in 1 hour increments only.
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Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
T urn the crown so that either tip of the mode hand is
pointing to the Local Time mode (L-TM).
P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to the local
time setting position.
T urn the crown clockwise to advance the time by one hour,
or counterclockwise to move the time back one hour.
nce you have the local time set, push the crown in
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two ‘clicks’ to the closed position next to the case.
For additional features and instructions, please
refer to the full instruction manual or our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
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Altimeter 25 Ft Hand
MODELS – BN503*
Promaster Altichron
FEATURES
Light-Powered
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Environmentally Clean Energy Source
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Altimeter
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Measures Range of -985 Feet to 32,500 Feet
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Electronic Compass
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Indicates Magnetic North
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Power Reserve Indicator
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Displays Remaining Charge
Atmospheric
Pressure Sensor
Minute Hand
Altimeter 10,000 Ft
and Power Reserve
Level Hand
Crown
Lower Left Button (B)
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
ALL RESET AND ZERO POSITIONING
OF ALTITUDE INDICATORS
After a complete discharge of energy and subsequent full
recharge or a malfunction is noted it is necessary to perform
an ALL RESET and ZERO POSITIONING of the altimeter
hands. Following the ALL RESET and ZERO POSITIONING
procedure, the time and calendar must be set.
R otate the crown (4:00 position) counterclockwise to
unlock the crown from the case.
• Pull the crown (4:00 position) out two ‘clicks’. The
altimeter 1,000 ft hand will make a full rotation and
altimeter 10,000 ft hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate to
its zero position set in memory.
• If needed, rotate the crown (4:00 position) so that the
hour and minute hands are not obstructing your view
of the 12:00 position.
• Simultaneously press and hold the upper left (A) and
lower left (B) buttons for four seconds, then release.
All three altimeter indicator hands will rotate slightly
indicating a successful all reset.
• The altimeter 25 ft hand will move to show a
clear view of the 12:00 position and the altimeter
1,000 ft hand will move slightly indicating it is
ready for zero positioning.
• Press and release the upper left button (A) to
move altimeter 1,000 ft hand to the 12:00 position.
Note: Pressing and holding the upper left button
(A) will rapidly advance the hand.
• Press and release the lower left button (B). The
altimeter 25 ft hand will move to the 12:00 position and
the altimeter 1,000 ft hand will move to provide a clear
view of the 12:00 position. The altimeter 25 ft hand will
move slightly indicating it is ready for zero positioning.
• Press and release the upper left button (A) to move
the altimeter 25 ft hand to the 12:00 position.
Note: Pressing and holding the upper left button
(A) will rapidly advance the hand.
• Press and release the lower left button (B). The
altimeter 1,000 ft hand will move to the 12:00 position
and the altimeter 10,000 ft hand (9:00 sub dial) will
move slightly indicating it is ready for zero positioning.
• Press and release the upper left button (A) to move
the altimeter 10,000 ft hand (9:00 sub dial) to the
6:00 position. Note: Pressing and holding the upper
left button (A) will rapidly advance the hand.
• Push the crown (4:00 position) in two ‘clicks’. The
altimeter 10,000 ft hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate
to show the current power reserve level.
• While applying gentle pressure toward the case,
rotate the crown clockwise to lock it into the case.
• You must now set the time and calendar.
TO SET THE TIME AND CALENDAR
NOTE: The calendar feature is based on a 31 day month and
must be manually adjusted for months shorter than 31 days.
Note: Do not adjust the calendar when the time shown
is between 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM. The calendar gearing
is engaging and manual adjustment may result
in damaging sensitive components.
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R otate the crown (4:00 position) counterclockwise to
unlock the crown from the case.
When the second hand reaches the 12:00 position,
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Second Hand
pull the crown (4:00 position) out two ‘clicks’. The
altimeter 1,000 ft hand will make a full rotation and
altimeter 10,000 ft hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate to
its zero position set in memory.
R otate the crown (4:00 position) counterclockwise
until you see the date start to change.
• Using the time shown as night time reference, continue
rotating the crown (4:00 position) counterclockwise to
set the current time. Setting in this manner will ensure
the correct ‘AM’ or ‘PM’ time is set.
• Push the crown (4:00 position) in one ‘click’.
• Rotate the crown (4:00 position) clockwise to set the
current date.
• For most accurate setting, in accordance with a time
signal, push the crown (4:00 position) in one ‘click’.
While applying gentle pressure toward the case,
rotate the crown clockwise to lock it into the case.
TO CALIBRATE THE ALTIMETER
NOTE: Altimeter accuracy is affected by weather,
location, temperature, etc. For accurate altimeter
measurement, you must calibrate it for each use. You
may find your current altitude on certain maps, the
internet or other measurement instruments.
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P ress and release the lower left button (B). The altimeter
25 ft hand will move back and forth slightly and the
altimeter 10,000 ft hand will rotate to the 6:00 position.
fter a brief period of atmospheric pressure
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measurement, the altimeter hands will rotate
to reflect the current measured altitude.
If altitude indication is incorrect and for more
accurate altitude measurement, you must calibrate
the altimeter to your current location.
P ress and hold the lower left button (B) for
approximately three seconds, then release.
The 10,000 ft hand will rotate to ‘+’ indication.
If your current altitude is lower than shown, press
and release the lower left button (B) to change to the
‘-’ indication. If your current altitude is higher than
shown, press and release the lower left button (B) to
change to the ‘+’ indication.
P ress and release the upper left button (A) to rotate
the altimeter 25 ft and 1,000 ft hands. The 25 ft
hand should be set to the nearest 25 ft increment
indication. Ex: Current altitude is 89 ft. Position the
altimeter 25 ft hand to indicate ‘100’.
P ress and release the lower left button (B) to exit
the altimeter function.
TO USE THE ALTIMETER
NOTE: Altimeter measurements are intended as
approximate indications. Please refer to the full
instruction booklet for complete information.
NOTE: To ensure there is sufficient power for altimeter
and compass functions, be sure the power reserve
indicator is at level 2 or higher.
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Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
Level 0
FEATURES
• Light-Powered
• Atomic Timekeeping
• World Time
• Alarm
• Chronograph
• Perpetual Calendar
• Power Reserve Indicator
NOTE: Altitude cannot be measured while in a
pressurized aircraft.
NOTE: Atmospheric pressure measurements take place
continuously during the first five minutes of altimeter
operation. After five minutes, atmospheric pressure
measurement is taken once every three minutes.
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P ress and release the lower left button (B). The altimeter
25 ft hand will move back and forth slightly and the
altimeter 10,000 ft hand will rotate to the 6:00 position.
fter a brief period of atmospheric pressure
A
measurement, the altimeter hands will rotate to
reflect the current measured altitude measurement.
uring altimeter operation, you may engage the
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compass feature for approximately 30 seconds. Be
sure you have calibrated the compass to ensure
accurate indication.
ith the watch in a flat and level position, press and
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release the upper left button (A) to start the compass
function. The altimeter 1,000 ft hand will rotate to
indicate approximate magnetic north.
fter approximately 30 seconds, the altimeter
A
1,000 ft hand will return to altimeter function.
Press and release the lower left button (B) to stop
the altimeter function. The altimeter 25 ft and
1,000 ft hands will return to the 12:00 position.
The altimeter 10,000 ft hand will rotate to reflect the
current power reserve level. Note: The altimeter
function will stop automatically after 12 hours.
TO USE THE COMPASS
NOTE: The compass function indicates magnetic north,
not true north. To determine true north, the declination
must be set as described in the full instruction manual.
NOTE: The compass must be calibrated prior to use to
ensure accurate indication. Refer to the full instruction
booklet for compass calibration procedures.
NOTE: Areas that may emit strong magnetic fields such
as high tension lines, airports, vehicles, or electronic
equipment such as a cell phone or computer, the compass
function may not correctly indicate magnetic north.
NOTE: During compass operation, be sure to keep the
watch as still as possible and in a ‘flat’ (level) position.
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If you need to clear calibration, simultaneously press
and release both the upper left (A) and lower left (B)
buttons. Return to the fourth step.
P ress and hold the lower left button (B) for
approximately three seconds, then release.
This completes altimeter calibration.
MODELS – BY01**
CHRONO-TIME A•T
Chronograph Second Hand
Mvmt. Cal. No. H61*
Hour Hand
Benefits
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Crown
(Rotating Scale)
Upper Left Button (A)
Mvmt. Cal. No. J29*
Altimeter 1,000 Ft and
Compass Hand
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ith the watch in a flat (level) position, press and
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release the upper left button (A). The compass hand
will rotate to show the approximate magnetic north
direction. You may now determine approximate
compass directions. Note: Compass functions will
stop automatically after 30 seconds.
nscrew the scale rotation crown (2:00 position).
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Rotate the crown so that the north indication of the
scale lines up with the compass hand.
Charge Level Scale
Benefits
• Environmentally Clean Energy Source
• Radio-Controlled Accuracy
• Time Adjustment in 26 Time Zones
• Daily Alarm
• 1/5-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 60 Minutes
• Accurate to the Year 2100
• Displays Remaining Charge
Chronograph Minute/
Charge Level Hand
24-Hour Hand
Hour Hand
Crown
Date of Month
Daylight Saving
Time (DST) Scale
Lower Right
Button (A)
Second Hand
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
NOTE: Under normal conditions, this watch will receive
radio signals to automatically update the time and calendar.
There may be conditions in which the radio signal cannot
be received. If a signal cannot be received, the watch will
operate normally, but not update.
NOTE: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal display
or function is noticed, an ALL RESET and 0-POSITIONING
PROCEDURE is required. Be sure to set the time and date after
performing these procedures.
NOTE: This watch does not feature a GPS system. You must
manually change the city setting as you change time zones for
proper updating.
Radio Reception
The watch will receive radio signals both automatically and
on-demand. Both the time and calendar will update based on
the current time zone.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM and then if
needed, at 3:00 AM and 4:00 AM. If the 2:00 AM reception
signal is successful, the 3:00 AM reception process will
not be activated. If the 2:00 AM or 3:00 AM reception is
successful, the 4:00 AM reception will not occur.
The “on-demand” feature allows the user to enter the
reception mode at their convenience. This is helpful when
changing time zones before the automatic update or if an
automatic update was not successful. Please note that signal
reception may be inhibited during the day, in some locations
and under certain atmospheric conditions.
ALL RESET PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’.
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Rotate the crown to move the city indication to UTC.
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Pull the crown out an additional ‘click’ (two ‘clicks’ out).
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P ress and hold the lower right and upper right buttons
(A & B) simultaneously then release. This completes the
ALL RESET PROCEDURE. You must now continue with the
0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE.
0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
With the crown in the closed position next to the case,
press and hold the upper right button (B) for 10 or more
seconds. The chronograph second hand will move to the
12:00 position and all other hands/date will move to
the 0-postions stored in memory. This may take several
minutes to complete.
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Pull the crown out two ‘clicks’ to the setting position.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The hour hand
will move slightly indicating the hour and 24-hour hands
(2:00 subdial) may be set. Rotate the crown clockwise to
move the hour hand to 12:00 and the 24-hour hand to ‘24’.
(note: the 24-hour hand moves in conjunction with the
hour hand).
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The second/
station location hand (6:00 sub dial) will move indicating
the minute hand may be set. Rotate the crown so that the
minute hand points to 12:00 (note: the second hand
moves in conjunction with the minute hand).
Time Zone Pointer
Radio Frequency Scale
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P ress and release the upper right button (B) to select the
chronograph second hand. Rotate the crown to move this
hand to the 12:00 position.
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s shown in the graphic, each hour indice represents the
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current month and leap year, while the first 3 seconds past
the hour indice represents 1 to 3 years past a leap year.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
chronograph minute/charge level hand (10:00 sub dial) will
move indicating it may be set.
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P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position next to
the case. This completes setting the time and calendar.
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R otate the crown to move the chronograph minute/charge
level hand (10:00 sub dial) so that this hand is pointing to
‘60’ and the date is in between ‘31’ and ‘1’.
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P ress the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position next
to the case. Press and release the upper right button (B).
The hands will rotate to the last time and date set in
memory. This completes the 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE.
You must now set the time and calendar.
TO SET THE TIME AND perpetual CALENDAR
NOTE: After receiving a radio signal, the time will
automatically set. There may be circumstances however for
which you need to manually set the time such as after an all
reset or you are in an area that inhibits signal reception.
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P ull the crown out one ‘click’. The chronograph second hand
will move to indicate the daylight savings time setting.
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Rotate the crown to select the city in your time zone.
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P ress and release the lower right button (A) to change the
daylight savings time setting. The chronograph second hand
will indicate SMT (daylight savings time) with a choice for
automatic or manual updating or STD (no daylight savings
time) with a choice for manual or automatic update.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
chronograph second hand will move to the 30-second
position to ensure all hands are easily viewed.
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P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to activate the time/
calendar setting mode. The chronograph second hand will
rotate to the leap year designation set in memory.
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Rotate the crown to set the correct minute.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B) to select
the hour and 24-hour hands. Rotate the crown to set
the correct hour (Note: the 24-hour hand moves in
conjunction with the hour hand. Be sure to set the correct
24-hour setting for proper AM/PM indication).
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P ress and release the upper left button (A) to stop the
compass function. Using gentle pressure towards the
case, screw the scale rotation crown (2:00 position)
into the case.
For complete instructions on using the Altimeter, Compass
and other settings of the Promaster Altichron, please refer
to the full instruction manual or the support section of our
website at www.citizenwatch.com.
Minute Hand
Upper Right
Button (B)
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P ress and release the upper right button (B) to select the
date. The chronograph minute hand (10:00 sub dial) will
move indicating the date may be set. Rotate the crown
clockwise to set the current date. Note: the chronograph
minute hand (10:00 sub dial) will rotate 5 revolutions for
each complete change of date.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to select the
year/month indicator hand (chronograph second hand).
Rotate the crown to set the current month and leap year
designation as shown in the graphic below.
December
November
January
February
October
Leap year
1 year past leap year
March
April
August
July
June
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To change the time zone, pull the crown out one ‘click’.
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Rotate the crown to select your current time zone.
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P ress and release the lower right button (A) to change the
daylight savings time setting. The chronograph second hand will
indicate SMT (daylight savings time) with a choice for automatic
or manual updating or STD (no daylight savings time) with a
choice for manual or automatic update.
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P ush the crown in one ‘click’ to the closed position next to the
case. This completes changing your time zone.
ON-DEMAND RAdio RECEPTION
Upon change of a time zone or locale, you may wish to try
“on-demand” reception to update your time rather than
waiting for automatic reception or manually changing the
time. Note: on-demand reception may fail depending on the
time of day and location of watch as the best signal reception
occurs between 2:00 AM and 4:00 AM when other radio
signal atmospheric interference is minimized.
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ith your watch fully charged, ensure your current location is
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shown in the time zone window. If it is not, pull the crown out
1 ‘click’ and rotate the crown to show your current time zone.
Push the crown in 1 ’click’ to the closed position next to the case.
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ith the crown in the closed position next to the case, press
W
and hold the lower right button (A) for two or more seconds
then release. The chronograph second hand will move to the
“RX” position, the chronograph minute hand (10:00 sub dial)
will rotate to show the charge level, the second hand (6:00 sub
dial) will rotate to show the signal location and a beep tone
will sound.
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P lace the watch in a stable location where it will not be moved
during the reception/update process.
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It can take up to 15 minutes for updating to complete. During
reception, the second hand will move to one of three locations
indicated on the dial: H for high signal strength, M for medium
signal strength and L for low signal strength. If updating is
successful, you will hear a beep tone, the hands will return to
their proper positions and normal operation will resume.
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If signal reception or updating failed, a beep tone will sound,
the chronograph minute hand (10:00 sub dial) will make one
counterclockwise revolution, the second hand (6:00 sub dial)
will resume normal operation and finally the chronograph
second hand will return to the 12:00 position.
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
September
TO Check/cHANGE the TIME ZONE
Radio reception and time is based on the time zone shown
in the centre of the time zone window as indicated by the
time zone pointer. Please note that radio signals cannot be
received in all locales.
For additional instructions on using the Chrono-Time A•T,
please refer to the full instruction manual or the technical
support section of our website at www.citizenwatch.com
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MODELS – CB00**
WORLD PERPETUAL A•T
Upper Right Button (B)
(recessed in case)
Time Zone Scale
Mvmt. Cal. No. H14*
FEATURES
Minute Hand
Mvmt. Cal. No. H909
Crown
FEATURES
Light-Powered
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Environmentally Clean Energy Source
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Light-Powered
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Environmentally Clean Energy Source
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Atomic Timekeeping
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Radio-Controlled Accuracy
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Satellite Timekeeping
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Worldwide Reception Area
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World Time
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Time Adjustment in 26 Time Zones
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World Time
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Time Adjustment in 26 Time Zones
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Perpetual Calendar
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Accurate to the Year 2100
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Perpetual Calendar
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Accurate to the Year 2100
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Power Reserve Indicator
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Displays Remaining Charge
Note: Under normal conditions, this watch will receive
radio signals to automatically update the time and
calendar. There may be conditions in which the radio
signal cannot be received. If a signal cannot be received,
the watch will operate normally, but not sync with the
radio signal.
Note: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal
display or function is noticed, an ALL RESET PROCEDURE
and 0-POSITIONING CHECK AND CORRECTION is
required. Be sure to set the time and date after
performing these procedures.
RADIO RECEPTION
The watch will receive radio signals both automatically
and on-demand. Both the time and calendar will update
based on the current time zone.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM, 3:00 AM
and then if needed, at 4:00 AM. If the 2:00 AM or
3:00 AM reception is successful, subsequent reception
attempts will not be activated.
The “on-demand” feature allows the user to enter the
reception mode at his/her convenience. This is helpful
when changing time zones before the automatic update
or if an automatic update was not successful.
Note: Based on signal strength, it can take up to 15
minutes to complete the radio reception update process.
During the update process, the watch must not be moved
otherwise the transmission signal may be interrupted
resulting in an unsuccessful time/calendar update.
Special note regarding MOVEMENT CALIBER
H145: Movement Caliber H145 features an option to
manually override automatic SMT (daylight saving time)
during the radio update process. This manual override
precludes SMT from automatically being adjusted during
a radio signal update. If this manual override has been
engaged but is not desired, you must perform an ALL
RESET and 0-POSITIONING to clear the settings.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
Note: The upper right button (B) will be recessed in
the case. The lower right button (A) may be recessed as
well, depending on your model. You will need a narrow
pointed object, such as a wooden toothpick to activate
the recessed button(s).
Radio Reception Scale
Lower Right Button (A)
(may be recessed in case)
Second/Multi-Function Hand
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Pull the crown out two ‘clicks.’
P ress the upper right (B) and lower right (A) buttons
down simultaneously for 1 to 2 seconds, then release
them. The hands and date will move back and forth to
indicate the ALL RESET is successful.
R otate the crown in either direction so that the date
indicates 1 and is centered in the date window.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
hour hand will move slightly indicating it is active
for setting. Turn the crown so that the hour hand is
pointing towards 12:00
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will move slightly indicating the minute
and second hands may be set. Rotate the crown in
either direction to move the minute and second hands
to the 12:00 position.
T his completes the all reset and 0-positioning.
The Time and Calendar must now be set.
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Daylight Saving Time
On/Off Scale
TO SET THE TIME AND CALENDAR
Note: After receiving a radio signal, the time and date
will automatically set. There may be circumstances
however for which you need to manually set the time and
date such as after an all reset and 0-positioning.
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P ull the crown out one ‘click.’ Rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the second/multifunction hand indicates the time zone nearest your
current location.
P ull the crown one additional ‘click’ to the time
setting position. The second/multi-function hand
will rotate to the SMT (daylight saving time) “on”
or “off” setting position set in memory.
R otate the crown clockwise to activate (turn on) or
counterclockwise to deactivate (turn off) daylight
saving time (SMT).
P ress and release the lower right button (A).
The second hand will rotate to the 12:00 position
indicating the minute hand is active for setting.
R otate the crown in either direction to set the
current minutes.
Note: to activate rapid advancement, quickly spin the
crown. To stop rapid advancement, turn the crown one
“click” in either direction.
Note: the second hand will make one complete
revolution for each minute advanced or decremented.
Press and release the lower right button (A). The hour
hand will move slightly indicating it is active for setting.
Rotate the crown to move the hour hand until you see the
date change. This hour shown indicates “AM.” Continue
to rotate the crown until the proper “AM” or “PM” hour
is set.
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P ress and release the lower right button (A). The date
will move slightly indicating it is active for setting.
R otate the crown in either direction until the correct
date is shown.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will move to the current leap year
setting stored in memory. Rotate the crown to set the
proper leap year.
Each hour indice indicates the month, while each minute
past the hour indicates the years past a leap year. As an
example, to set the watch for June, 2 years past the last
leap year, turn the crown so the second hand is at the 32
minutes past the hour (hour 6 for June, 2 minutes past
the “hour” for 2 years past a leap year. EX:
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Months of Year
November
Leap Year Setting
December
January
February
October
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
March
September
August
April
July
June
May
P ush the crown in two “clicks.” This completes
setting the time and calendar.
TO CHANGE TIME ZONES
Movement Caliber H144:
Note: Movement caliber H144 does not “remember”
SMT settings signal region to signal region. Additionally,
the radio updating overrides any manual SMT setting.
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Minute Hand
Benefits
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Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
Upper Right Button (B)
Hour Hand
Hour Hand
Benefits
Time Zone Scale
MODELS – CC10**
ECo-DRIVE SATELLITE WAVE-AIR
It is therefore necessary to check/change SMT settings
when changing time zones.
P ull the crown out one ‘click.’ Rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the second/multifunction hand indicates the time zone nearest your
current location.
• Pull the crown one additional ‘click’ to the time
setting position. The second/multi-function hand will
rotate to the SMT (daylight saving time) “on” or
“off” setting position set in memory.
• Rotate the crown clockwise to activate (turn on) or
counter-clockwise to deactivate (turn off) daylight
saving time (SMT).
• Push the crown in two “clicks.” This completes
changing time zones for movement caliber H144.
MOVEMENT CALIBER H145:
Once SMT (daylight saving time) is set by radio signal
region and a radio signal is received, movement caliber
H145 “remembers SMT settings. There is no need to
manually adjust SMT when changing time zone settings
(within signal regions) as with H144. To change time zones:
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
• Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until
the second/multi-function hand indicates the time
zone nearest your current location.
• If the time zone chosen is in a different radio signal
region such as changing from NYC to LON or you
do not receive a radio signal update: Pull the crown
one additional ‘click’ to the time setting position. The
second/multi-function hand will rotate to the SMT
(daylight saving time) “on” or “off” setting position
set in memory.
• Rotate the crown clockwise to activate (ON) or
counter clockwise to deactivate (OFF) daylight saving
time (SMT).
• Push the crown in one ‘click.’ This completes
changing time zones for movement caliber H145.
TO USE THE SMT (DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME)
MANUAL OVERRIDE FEATURE FOR MOVEMENT
CALIBER H145:
Movement Caliber H145 features a manual override so
that SMT (daylight saving time) is not updated by the
automatic radio update feature. To engage the manual
override feature:
• Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
• Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until
the second/multi-function hand indicates the time
zone you wish to override automatic SMT (daylight
saving time) updating.
• Pull the crown out one additional ‘click.’
• If SMT setting is currently ‘ON’: Rotate the crown
counterclockwise to ‘OFF.’
• If SMT setting is currently ‘OFF’: Rotate the
crown clockwise to ‘ON’ then rotate the crown
counterclockwise back to ‘OFF.’
• Push the crown in two “clicks.” SMT updating is now
active for the time zone chosen.
For further instructions and details of the many
additional features of the World Perpetual A•T, please
refer to your owners manual or the technical support
section our website at www.citizenwatch.com
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Crown
Function Hand
24-Hour Hand
Second/Function Hand
Lower Right Button (A)
Date of Month
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
TO INITIATE SATELLITE RECEPTION
Once initiated, satellite reception will complete within
four to twenty seconds.
Satellite reception will normally be successful outdoors
in areas in which there is a clear view of the sky. Some
factors that affect satellite reception are tall buildings,
trees, electrical interference and weather.
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ith the crown in the closed position next to the
W
case, press and hold the lower right button (A) for
two seconds, then release.
•
T he second hand will rotate so that the back end of
the second hand indicates the last signal reception
result for two seconds, and then rotate to the “RX”
position. Signal reception will now commence.
•
P osition the watch so that it is away from your torso
and the dial is directed towards an unobstructed
view of the sky. Optimum positioning is with the dial
pointed straight up, rather than at an angle to the sky.
pon a successful update, the second hand will
U
rotate so that the back end of the second hand
indicates ‘OK’.
•
This completes initiating satellite reception.
TO CHECK SATELLITE RECEPTION RESULTS
It is important to note that Satellite reception results will be
stored in memory for forty eight hours after the last signal
reception attempt. If it has been longer than forty eight hours
since the last signal reception attempt, reception results will
reflect ‘NO’ even if the last reception was successful.
When checking the satellite reception results, the back
end of the second hand becomes the results indicator.
•
•
ith the crown in the closed position next to the
W
case, press and release the lower right (A) button.
The second hand will rotate so that the back end of
the hand indicates either to ‘OK’ indicating successful
reception updating, or ‘NO’ indicating unsuccessful
reception updating.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to return
to normal operation.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
If abnormal operation occurs, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING will need to be performed.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
First, pull the crown out two ‘clicks’.
Simultaneously press and hold both the lower right
button (A) and upper right button (B) for three to four
seconds, then release. The minute hand will rotate to
its zero position stored in memory, the second hand
will rotate to the base leap year stored in memory
and the 24-hour, function hand and date of month will
rotate indicating a successful all reset.
Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the date so that it is showing between thirty
one and one, and the function hand (9:00 sub dial)
indicates Sunday.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will move slightly indicating the second
and minute hands may now be set.
•
R otate the crown to move the second and minute
hands to the 12:00 position.
•
•
•
•
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to turn
daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ as indicated by the
function hand (9:00 sub dial).
P ull the crown out one additional click. The second
hand will rotate to the 30 second position, and the
function hand will rotate to the current day of week
set in memory.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the 12:00 position and the
minute hand will move slightly indicating the minute
may now be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current minute.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The hour
hand will move slightly indicating the hour may now
be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current hour. Be sure to pay attention to the
24-hour hand (3:00 sub dial) to ensure proper AM or
PM time is set.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
function hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate back and
forth indicating the current date of month may now
be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counter clockwise to
change the date of month. Note: The function hand
makes five revolutions for each date change.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the current leap year
position set in memory.
R otate the crown to set the current month and leap
year. Each hour indice represents the month of year,
while each hour indice and the 3 minute indices
following represents the leap year.
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
March
August
April
July
•
January
February
September
•
If needed, rotate the crown to move the second hand
to indicate the city nearest your location. The function
hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate the current
daylight saving time set in memory and the hour/
minute hands will rotate to the time set for the
chosen time zone.
December
October
•
pon an unsuccessful update, the second hand
U
will rotate so that the back end of the second hand
indicates ‘NO’.
ormal operation will automatically resume two
N
seconds after reception results are indicated.
November
R otate the crown to move the hour hand to the 12:00
position and the 24-hour hand (3:00 sub dial) to ‘24’.
Note: The hour hand and 24-hour indicator move in
conjunction with one another.
Push the crown in two ‘clicks’.
This completes the ALL RESET and ZERO POSITIONING.
You must now set the time and calendar
TO SET THE TIME AND PERPETUAL CALENDAR
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the currently active time zone.
Leap Year Setting
Month of Year
P ress and release lower right button (A). The hour
hand will move slightly, indicating the hour hand is
ready for zero position setting.
June
May
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
function hand (9:00 sub dial) will move slightly
indicating the day of week may be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current day of week.
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the 12:00 position and the
minute hand will move slightly indicating the minute
may now be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
correct for the minutes elapsed during the setting of
the calendar and day of week.
Push the crown in two ‘clicks’.
TO ADJUST FOR DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
The Satellite time signal does not include information
to adjust for daylight saving time that may be observed
in your region. Daylight saving time must be manually
adjusted for each time zone.
•
•
•
•
•
P ull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the currently active time zone, and
the function hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate
the current daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ setting.
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to turn
daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’.
If needed, rotate the crown to another time zone and
adjust daylight saving time as outlined in the previous
step.
fter adjusting daylight saving time for multiple time
A
zones, be sure to rotate the crown to return to the
time zone nearest your location.
Push the crown in one ‘click’.
TO CHECK/CHANGE THE TIME ZONE
• Press and release the upper right button (B).
The second hand will rotate to indicate the current
city chosen and the function hand (9:00 sub dial)
will rotate to indicate the current daylight saving
time setting.
•
•
•
•
•
To change the time zone, pull the crown out one ‘click’.
R otate the crown to move the second hand to
indicate the one of the 26 time zones you would like
displayed. The hour and minute hands will rotate
to the time set for the chosen time zone and the
function hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate
the current daylight saving time set in memory.
If needed, press and release the lower right button
(A) to turn daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’.
Press the crown in one ‘click’.
For additional instructions on using the Satellite Wave-Air
please refer to the full instruction manual or the technical
support section of our website at www.citizenwatch.com
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Models – CC108*, CC109*
Eco-Drive SatelLITE WAVE
City/Time
Zone Scale
Upper Right Button (B)
Mvmt. Cal. No. H950
Minute Hand
Hour Hand
FEATURES
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Satellite Timekeeping
•
Worldwide Reception Area
•
World Time
•
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Power Reserve Indicator
Crown
Function Hand
24-Hour Hand
Time Adjustment in
27 Cities (40 Time Zones)
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Displays Remaining Charge
Lower Right Button (A)
Second/Function Hand
•
•
P ress and release lower right button (A). The hour
hand will move slightly, indicating the hour hand is
ready for zero position setting.
• Rotate the crown to move the hour hand to the 12:00
position and the 24-hour hand (3:00 sub dial) to ‘24’.
Note: The hour hand and 24-hour indicator move in
conjunction with one another.
• Press and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will move slightly indicating the second
and minute hands may now be set.
• Rotate the crown to move the second and minute
hands to the 12:00 position.
• Push the crown in two ‘clicks’.
This completes the ALL RESET and ZERO POSITIONING.
You must now set the time and calendar
TO SET THE TIME AND PERPETUAL CALENDAR
•
•
•
•
•
•
ith the crown in the closed position next to the
W
case, press and release the lower right (A) button.
•
T he second hand will rotate so that the back end of
the hand indicates either to ‘OK’ indicating successful
reception updating, or ‘NO’ indicating unsuccessful
reception updating.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to return
to normal operation.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
If abnormal operation occurs, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING will need to be performed.
•
•
•
•
First, pull the crown out two ‘clicks’.
S imultaneously press and hold both the lower right
button (A) and upper right button (B) for three to four
seconds, then release. The minute hand will rotate to
the zero position stored in memory, the second hand
will rotate to the base leap year position stored in
memory, and the 24-hour, function hand and date of
month will rotate indicating a successful all reset.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the date so that it is showing between thirty
one and one, and the function hand (9:00 sub dial)
indicates Sunday.
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•
•
•
•
P ull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the currently active city/time zone.
If needed, rotate the crown to move the second
hand to indicate the city/time zone nearest your
location. The function hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate
to indicate the current daylight saving time set in
memory and the hour/minute hands will rotate to the
time set for the chosen city/time zone.
Press and release the lower right button (A) to turn
daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ as indicated by the
function hand (9:00 sub dial).
Pull the crown out one additional click. The second
hand will rotate to the 30-second position, and the
function hand will rotate to the current day of week
set in memory.
Press and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the 12:00 position and the
minute hand will move slightly indicating the minute
may now be set
Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current minute.
Press and release the lower right button (A). The hour
hand will move slightly indicating the hour may now
be set.
Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current hour. Be sure to pay attention to the
24-hour hand (3:00 sub dial) to ensure proper AM or
PM time is set.
Press and release the lower right button (A). The
function hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate back and
forth indicating the current date of month may now
be set.
Rotate the crown clockwise or counter clockwise to
change the date of month. Note: The function hand
makes five revolutions for each date change.
Press and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the current leap year
position set in memory.
Rotate the crown to set the current month and leap
year. Each hour indice represents the month of year,
while each hour indice and the 3 minute indices
following represents the leap year.
November
December
October
January
February
Leap Year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
March
September
August
April
July
June
May
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The
function hand (9:00 sub dial) will move slightly
indicating the day of week may be set.
• Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current day of week.
• Press and release the lower right button (A). The
second hand will rotate to the 12:00 position and the
minute hand will move slightly indicating the minute
may now be set
• Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise
to correct for the minutes elapsed during the
setting of the calendar and day of week.
• Push the crown in two ‘clicks’.
TO ADJUST FOR Daylight saving TIME
The Satellite time signal does not include information
to adjust for daylight saving time that may be observed
in your region. Daylight saving time must be manually
adjusted for each city/time zone.
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the currently active city/time zone,
and the function hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate to
indicate the current daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
setting.
• Press and release the lower right button (A) to turn
daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’.
• If needed, rotate the crown to another city/time zone
and adjust daylight saving time as outlined in the
previous step.
• After adjusting daylight saving time for multiple
cities/time zones, be sure to rotate the crown to
return to the city/time zone nearest your location.
• Push the crown in one ‘click’.
TO CHECK/CHANGE THE CITY/TIME ZONE
•
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will rotate to indicate the current city/
time zone chosen and the function hand (9:00 sub
dial) will rotate to indicate the current daylight saving
time setting.
• To change the city/time zone, pull the crown out
one ‘click’.
• Rotate the crown to move the second hand to
indicate the one of the cities/ time zones you would
like displayed. The hour and minute hands will rotate
to the time set for the chosen city/time zone and the
function hand (9:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate
the current daylight saving time set in memory.
• If needed, press and release the lower right button
(A) to turn daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’.
• Press the crown in one ‘click’.
For additional instructions on using the Eco-Drive
Satellite Wave, please refer to the full instruction
manual or the technical support section of our website
at www.citizenwatch.com
•
Minute Hand
Light-Powered
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Satellite Timekeeping
•
Worldwide Reception Area
•
World Time
•
Time Adjustment in 40 Time Zones
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Power Reserve Indicator
•
Displays Remaining Charge
•
Light Level Power Indicator
•
Determines Light Energy Reaching the Dial
Crown
Hour Hand
Date of Month
Function Hand
Lower Right Button (A)
Second Hand
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
Leap Year Setting
Month of Year
•
Upper Right Button (B)
City/Time
Zones Scale
Benefits
•
Date of Month
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
TO INITIATE SATELLITE RECEPTION
Once initiated, satellite reception will complete within
four to twenty seconds.
Satellite reception will normally be successful outdoors
in areas in which there is a clear view of the sky. Some
factors that affect satellite reception are tall buildings,
trees, electrical interference and weather.
• With the crown in the closed position next to the
case, press and hold the lower right button (A) for
two seconds, then release.
• The second hand will rotate so that the back end of
the second hand indicates the last signal reception
result for two seconds, and then rotate to the “RX”
position. Signal reception will now commence.
• Position the watch so that it is away from your torso
and the dial is directed towards an unobstructed
view of the sky. Optimum positioning is with the dial
pointed straight up, rather than at an angle to the sky.
• Upon a successful update, the second hand will
rotate so that the back end of the second hand
indicates ‘OK’.
• Upon an unsuccessful update, the second hand
will rotate so that the back end of the second hand
indicates ‘NO’.
• Normal operation will automatically resume two
seconds after reception results are indicated.
• This completes initiating satellite reception.
TO CHECK SATELLITE RECEPTION RESULTS
It is important to note that Satellite reception results
will be stored in memory for forty eight hours after the
last signal reception attempt. If it has been longer than
forty eight hours since the last signal reception attempt,
reception results will reflect ‘NO’ even if the last
reception was successful.
When checking the satellite reception results, the back
end of the second hand becomes the results indicator.
Mvmt. Cal. No. F100
FEATURES
Benefits
•
MODELS – CC200*
Eco-drive Satellite Wave F100
TO INITIATE SATELLITE RECEPTION
Satellite reception is not automatic and must be manually
initiated. Once initiated, satellite reception
will complete within three to twenty seconds.
Satellite reception will normally be successful outdoors in
areas in which there is a clear view of the sky. Some factors
that affect satellite reception are, tall buildings, trees,
electrical interference and weather.
• With the crown in the closed position next to the
case, press and hold the lower right button (A) for two
seconds, then release.
• The second hand will rotate to indicate the last signal
reception result, then rotate to the “RX” position (12:00).
Signal reception now commences.
• Position the watch so that it is away from your torso and
the dial is directed towards an unobstructed view of the
sky. Optimum positioning is with the dial pointed straight
up, rather than at an angle to the sky.
• Upon a successful update, the second hand will rotate to
the 1:00 position indicating ‘OK’.
• Upon an unsuccessful update, the second hand will
rotate to the 11:00 position indicating ‘NO’.
• Normal operation will automatically resume two seconds
after reception results are indicated.
• This completes initiating satellite reception.
TO CHECK SATELLITE RECEPTION RESULTS
It is important to note that Satellite reception results will be
stored in memory for six days after the last signal reception
attempt. If it has been longer than six days since the last
signal reception attempt, reception results will reflect ‘NO’
even if the last reception was successful.
•
ith the crown in the closed position next to the case,
W
press and release the lower right button (A).
The second hand will rotate to either the 1:00 position
indicating ‘OK’ for successful reception updating, or to the
11:00 position indicating ‘NO’ for unsuccessful reception
updating.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to return
to normal operation. Note: normal operation will
automatically resume after 10 seconds if the lower right
button (A) is not pressed.
•
•
•
R otate the crown to set the second hand to the
12:00 position.
•
Push the crown in two ‘clicks’.
•
T his completes the ALL RESET and ZERO POSITIONING.
You must now set the time and perpetual calendar.
TO SET THE TIME AND PERPETUAL CALENDAR
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will rotate
to indicate the currently active city/time zone and the
function hand (8:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate the
current daylight saving time (SMT) setting.
•
First, pull the crown out two ‘clicks’.
•
S imultaneously press and hold both the lower right
button (A) and upper right button (B) for three to four
seconds, then release. The second hand will rotate to the
12:00 position. The hour and minute hands will make a
full revolution indicating a successful all reset, and then
move to their zero positions set in memory. The world
time will be set to LON, the leap year will be set to
January of a leap year and daylight savings time (SMT)
will be set to OFF for all cities/time zones.
•
R otate the crown until the date is showing between 31
and 1, and the function hand (8:00 sub dial) indicates ‘S’
for Sunday (lower ‘S’ on the sub dial.)
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The hour
hand will move slightly indicating the hour hand may
now be set.
•
R otate the crown to set the hour hand to the
12:00 position.
November
If needed, rotate the crown to move the second hand to
indicate the city/time zone nearest your location. The function
hand (8:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate the current daylight
saving time setting. The hour and minute hands will rotate to
the time set for the chosen city/time zone.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to turn
daylight saving time ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ as indicated by the
function hand (8:00 sub dial).
•
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) until the second
hand moves to the 30-second position, then release. The
function hand (8:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate the
current day of week set in memory.
•
P ull the crown out one additional ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to the 12:00 position and the minute hand will move
slightly indicating the minutes may be set.
•
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to set
the current minute.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The hour
hand will move slightly indicating the hour may now
be set.
•
R otate the crown clockwise until you see function hand
(8:00 sub dial) start to rotate. Using the time shown as
‘night time’ reference, rotate the crown to set the current
hour. Example: if the hour shown is 12:00 as the function
hand (8:00 sub dial) starts to rotate, refer to this as 12:00
AM. Note: the function hand will continue to rotate
until the date change has completed.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The function
hand (8:00 sub dial) will move back and forth indicating
the current date of month may now be set.
•
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
change the date of month. Note: The function hand
makes five revolutions for each date change.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The second
hand will rotate to the current leap year position set
in memory.
•
Rotate the crown to set the current month and leap year.
Referring to the graphic on the next column, each hour
indice represents the month of year and that it is a leap year,
while each of the following three minute indices following
represents the years after leap year.
December
October
January
February
Leap Year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
March
September
P ress and release the lower right button (A).
The second hand will move slightly indicating the second
hand may now be set.
•
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
If an abnormal operation occurs or a full recharge is
done after a complete loss of power, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING will need to be performed.
•
R otate the crown to set the minute hand to the
12:00 position.
Leap Year Setting
Month of Year
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The minute
hand will move slightly indicating it may be set.
August
April
July
June
May
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The function
hand (8:00 sub dial) will move slightly indicating the day
of week may be set.
•
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to set
the current day of week.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A). The second
hand will rotate to the 12:00 position and the minute hand
will move slightly indicating the minute may now be set.
•
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
correct for the minutes elapsed during the setting of the
calendar and day of week.
•
Push the crown in two ‘clicks’.
TO ADJUST FOR DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME (SMT)
The Satellite time signal does not include information to
automatically adjust for daylight saving time (SMT) that
may be observed in your region. Daylight saving time (SMT)
must be manually adjusted for each city/time zone.
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the currently active city/time zone and
the function hand (8:00 sub dial) will move to indicate the
current daylight saving time (SMT) ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ setting.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to turn
daylight saving time (SMT) ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’.
•
If needed, rotate the crown to another city/time zone and adjust
daylight saving time (SMT) as outlined in the previous step.
•
fter adjusting daylight saving time (SMT) for multiple
A
cities/time zones, be sure to rotate the crown to return to
the city/time zone nearest your location.
•
Push the crown in one ‘click’.
TO USE THE LIGHT-LEVEL INDICATOR AND CHECKING
POWER RESERVE
• The light-level indicator is an approximate representation of
light energy reaching the dial. Optimal charging is achieved
when level five or level six is indicated. NOTE: The lightlevel indicator is not intended to be used as a light meter.
•
ith the crown in the closed position next to the case,
W
press and release the upper right button (B). The function
hand (8:00 sub dial) will rotate to indicate the current
power reserve level while the second, minute and hour
hands will rotate to one of hours 12 to 6 indicating the
current light energy reaching the dial.
Values shown are approximate
Power Reserve Scale
Light-Level Scale
Level 4 - up to 2 years power reserve (7 years
Level 0 (light insufficient for charging)
with power save from full charge)
Level 1
Level 3 - up to 1 year power reserve
Level 2
Level 2 - up to 5 months power reserve
Level 1 - up to 5 days power reserve.
Immediate full charging needed
Level 0 - Power reserve critical.
Immediate full charging needed
•
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6 (high - 10,000 or more lux)
P ress and release the upper right button to resume
normal operation. Note: normal operation will resume
automatically after approximately 10 seconds if the
upper right button (B) is not pressed.
For additional instructions on using the Eco-Drive Satellite
Wave F100, please refer to the full instruction manual
or the technical support section of our website at
www.citizenwatch.com
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MODELS – FC00**
LADIES’ WORLD TIME A•T
•
•
Light-Powered
Atomic Timekeeping
Benefits
•
•
Upper Right Button (B)
Time Zone Scale
Mvmt. Cal. No. H82*
FEATURES
Function Hand
Charge Level/
Day of Week Scale
Primary Time
Minute Hand
Primary Time
Hour Hand
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
Crown
Radio-Controlled Accuracy
•
World Time
•
Time Adjustment in 26 Time Zones
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Power Reserve Indicator
•
Displays Remaining Charge
•
Dual Time
•
Second Time Zone
•
Alarm
•
Daily Alarm
Secondary (Dual) Time/
Alarm Minute Hand
24-Hour Hand
Lower Right Button (A)
Second Hand
Secondary (Dual) Time/Alarm
Hour Hand (24-Hour Format)
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
NOTE: Under normal conditions, this watch will
receive radio signals to automatically update the time
and calendar. There may be conditions in which the radio
signal cannot be received. If a signal cannot be received,
the watch will operate normally, but not sync with the
radio signal.
NOTE: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal
display or function is noticed, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE must be followed.
Be sure to set the time and date after performing
these procedures.
RADIO RECEPTION
The watch will receive radio signals both automatically
and on-demand. Both the primary (home) time and
calendar will be based on the current time zone chosen
within the radio signal reception area.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM and
3:00 AM. If the 2:00 AM reception is successful,
the 3:00 AM reception attempt will not occur.
The “on-demand” feature allows the user to activate
radio reception manually. However, depending on
the time of day, weather, radio interference, etc., the
on-demand feature may not result in a successful radio
signal update and the watch may have to be manually
set, such as when changing radio signal zones.
NOTE: Based on signal strength, it can take from
2 to 30 minutes to complete the radio reception update
process. During the update process, the watch must
not be moved otherwise the transmission signal may
be interrupted resulting in an unsuccessful time/
calendar update.
For in-depth instructions on the radio reception feature,
please refer to your owners guide.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out two ‘clicks.’
• Simultaneously press and hold the upper right (B)
and lower right (A) buttons for 4 seconds, then
release. (Following a “beep” tone, the hands and
date will move back and forth, indicating a
successful ALL RESET).
• Rotate the crown in either direction so the
dual time hour and minute hands (6:00 sub dial)
are pointing to ‘24’ (straight up).
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The function
hand (12:00 sub dial) will then move slightly indicating the
function hand and date of month may be set.
Note: Depending on the position of the primary time
hour and minute hands, the primary time second hour
and minute hands may rotate to show a clear view of
the 12:00 sub dial.
• Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise so
that the date is centered between 31 and 1, and the
function hand (12:00 sub dial) is pointing to Sunday.
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The
primary time minute and hour hands will move slightly.
• Rotate the crown so that the primary time hour and
minute hands are pointing to the 12:00 position
(straight up).
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will move slightly.
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R otate the crown so that the second hand is pointing
to the 12:00 position (straight up).
• Push the crown in two ‘clicks.’ You must now set the
primary time and perpetual calendar.
TO SET THE PRIMARY (HOME) TIME AND
PERPETUAL CALENDAR
NOTE: After receiving a radio signal, the primary (home)
time and date will be automatically set. The secondary
(dual time) is based off the primary (home) time.
There may be circumstances for which you need to
manually set the primary (home) time and date, such
as after an ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING.
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Pull the crown out one ‘click’.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until
the second hand indicates the time zone nearest your
current location. The primary time hour, minute and
24-hour hands will rotate to the current time set in
memory for the chosen time zone.
P ress and release the upper right button to turn
daylight saving time ‘ON’ (SMT) or ‘OFF’ (STD) as
indicated by the function hand (12:00 sub dial).
P ress and hold the lower right button (A) for two
seconds to set daylight saving time to automatic
updating ( ) or manual updating (
).
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for two
seconds then release. The second hand will rotate
to the 6:00 position.
P ull the crown out one additional ‘click’ to the time
setting position. The second and function hands will
rotate to the 12:00 position and the primary time hour
and minute hands will move slightly indicating the
time may be set.
R otate the crown to set the correct time for the
chosen time zone. Be sure to pay attention to the
24-hour hand (9:00 sub dial) to ensure the proper
AM or PM time is set.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
function hand (12:00 position) will rotate slightly
indicating the date of month may be set.
R otate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
set the current date of month. Note: The function
hand (12:00 sub dial) rotates 5 times for each change
of date.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
function hand (12:00 sub dial) will rotate slightly
indicating the current day of week may be set.
R otate the crown clockwise to set the current day
of week.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
second hand will rotate slightly indicating the month
and leap year may be set. Referring to the graphic
below, rotate the crown to set the current month and
leap year.
Leap Year Setting
Month of Year
December
November
October
January
February
September
March
August
April
July
June
May
Leap year
1 year past leap year
2 years past leap year
3 years past leap year
MODELS – JR30** SKYHAWK
Mvmt. Cal. No. C650 + C651
Features
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Light-Powered
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Auto and Manual Power Saver
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Power Reserve Indicator
BENEFITS
Environmentally Clean
Energy Source
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Displays Remaining Charge
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Time Adjustment in 30 Time Zones
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Y our Own Time Zone
Time at a Glance
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World Time
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Personalize Time Zone (One City)
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Analog/Digital Displays
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Perpetual Calendar
Shows Month, Day and Date
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3 Alarms
Accurate to the Year 2100
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Chronograph
Alarm for Every Occasion
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60-Minute Countdown Timer
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Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) Display
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Sound Signal When Time is Up
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Instant Reference
P ush the crown in two ‘clicks’. This completes setting
the time and calendar.
TO CHECK THE ACTIVE PRIMARY AND
SECONDARY (DUAL TIME) ZONES
• With the crown in the closed position next to the
case, press and release the upper right button (B).
The primary (home) time zone will be displayed
Note: Please be sure the second hand is moving in
one second increments. This indicates the watch is
properly charged.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
secondary (dual) time zone will be displayed.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to
resume normal operation.
TO CHANGE PRIMARY (HOME) TIME ZONE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the current primary (home) time
zone and the function hand (12:00 sub dial) will
rotate to indicate the current daylight saving.
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Rotate the crown to change time zones.
If needed, press and release the upper right
button (B) to change the daylight saving time
setting to ‘ON’ (SMT) or ‘OFF’ (STD) as indicated
by the function hand (12:00 sub dial).
P ress and hold the lower right button (A) for two
seconds to set daylight saving time to automatic
updating ( ) or manual updating (
).
P ush the crown in one click. This completes changing
primary (home) time zones.
NOTE: The secondary (dual) time zone is based on the
time set for the primary (home) time zone.
NOTE: The secondary (dual) time (6:00 sub dial) is
displayed in a 24-hour format.
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P ull the crown out one ‘click’. The second hand will
rotate to indicate the current primary (home) time
zone and the function hand will rotate to indicate
the current daylight saving time setting.
P ress and release the lower right button (A).
The secondary (dual) time hands will rotate indicating
the secondary (dual) time zone can be changed.
R otate the crown to move the second hand to reflect
the desired secondary (dual) time zone.
If needed, press and release the upper right button
(B) to change the daylight saving time setting to ‘ON’
(SMT) or ‘OFF’ (STD) as indicated by the function hand
(12:00 sub dial).
P ress and hold the lower right button (A) for two
seconds to set daylight saving time to automatic
updating ( ) or manual updating (
).
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P ull out the crown to the second ‘click’ (0-position
correction mode).
T he second, minute, hour, 24-hour, and UTC analog
time indicator hands move back and forth.
TC analog time Indicator hand rapidly advance to
U
the 0-position stored in memory.
P ress the upper (A) and lower right (B) buttons
simultaneously, then release. All segments of both
digital displays I and II are shown when either of
the buttons is released.
T hese fully lit displays are canceled when the
crown is returned to the normal position.
fter canceling, a confirmation tone is sounded
A
after which each of the hands performs a
demonstration movement in the order of the
second, minute, UTC analog time indicator and
24-hour hands to indicate that the ALL RESET
PROCEDURE is finished.
fter the demonstration movement, pull the crown
A
out to the second ‘click’ to switch the watch to the
0-position setting state. Set the 0-position of the hands.
0-POSITIONING CHECK AND CORRECTION
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the mode hand to chronograph (CHR) position.
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P ush the crown in one ‘click’. This completes
changing the secondary (dual) time zone.
For instructions on using additional features of the
World Time A•T please refer to the full instruction
manual or the technical support section on our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
C heck digital display II for charge level.
If additional charging is needed, see the
instruction manual for guidance.
T he analog time (large hour, minute and 24-hour
hand) cannot be set independently of the digital
time and the digital time must be set FIRST in order
to set the analog time.
Note: If you suspect a malfunction, first check the
0-position of the hands. Turn the crown to the CHR
mode. Pull the crown out two ‘clicks.’ If the hands do not
point to the 0-position, follow the 0-POSITIONING check
and correction. If the watch should reach a no charge
state and is recharged or displays something improperly,
an ALL RESET PROCEDURE must be performed.
ALL RESET PROCEDURE
• Turn the crown to set the mode hand to the
chronograph (CHR) mode.
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Lower Right
Button (B)
P ull the crown out two ‘clicks’ to go to 0-position
correction mode. All hands must indicate 0-position
(12:00 for hour hand and 24:00 hours for AM/
PM hand). If not, turn the crown clockwise to
advance the hour and 24-hour hands, or turn crown
counterclockwise to move them backward. Make
sure the 24-hour hand is set to 0-position as well.
P ress and release the upper right button (A) to
change the minute hand. Turn crown clockwise to
move minute hand backward. Be sure UTC analog
time indicator is set to 24:00 hours. Press and
release the lower right button (B) to change the
second hand. Turn crown clockwise to move second
P ress and release the upper right button (A) to
change city code eastward or the lower right button
(B) to move westward.
hen city code has been selected, pull crown out
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two ‘clicks.’ Summertime (SMT) flashes. Press
and release the lower right button (B) to select
daylight or standard time (ON indicates daylight,
OF indicates standard). Hour hand will move
accordingly.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Seconds
will flash. Reset seconds by using the lower right
button (B).
P ress and release the upper right button (A).
Minutes will flash. Turn the crown clockwise to
advance minutes or counterclockwise to move the
minutes backward. For fast advance, turn the crown
clockwise quickly two or three ‘clicks’ and minutes
will change rapidly until the crown is turned one
‘click’ in either direction to stop the advance.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Hours
will flash. Press the lower right button (B) to select
AM/PM (12H) or military time (24H).
P ush crown in to finalize setting of digital time. All
other cities are adjusted automatically when one
city is set to correct time, including the UTC analog
time indicator.
fter you have set the digital time, if you want the
A
analog (hands) time to also indicate the time in your
zone (city code), press the upper right (A) and lower
right (B) buttons simultaneously. The digital time (your
time zone) will be switched to the analog display and
vice versa. City code and digital time and now be
changed to your time zone by using the upper right
button (A) (eastward) or the lower right button (B)
(westward). Both analog and digital time now match.
If you want a time zone different than that shown
on the digital display to be shown by the analog
time (hands), move the digital time to the desired
zone and repeat the switching function.
TO SET THE CALENDAR
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the Mode hand to the calendar (CAL) position.
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Mode Hand
(numeric) will change rapidly until the crown is
turned one ‘click’ in either direction to stop the
rapid advancement.
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P ress and release the upper right button (A) to
change city code eastward or the lower right button
(B) to move westward.
hen city code has been selected, pull crown
W
out two ‘clicks.’ Month (numeric) will flash. Turn
the crown clockwise to advance month number
or counterclockwise to move the month (numeric)
backward. For rapid advancement, turn the crown
clockwise quickly two or three ‘clicks’ and month
P ress and release the upper right button (A).
Date will flash. Use the crown in the same manner
as you used to set the month to correct the date.
P ress and release the upper right button (A).
Year will flash. Use the crown in the same manner
as you used to set the month to correct the year.
P ush the crown in to finalize calendar setting.
Year will disappear and day will be shown instead.
TO SET THE ALARMS
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the Mode hand to alarm 1 (AL-1) position.
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P ress and release the upper right button (A). Hours
will flash. Rotate the crown to change hours. Be
sure to set to correct AM or PM hours.
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Digital Display I
Digital Display II
hand to the 0-position. Push crown in, return to time
mode and set times.
TO SET THE TIME
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the Mode hand to the time (TME) position.
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Crown
1/100-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 24 Hours
P ress and release the upper right button (B). Rotate
the crown clockwise to set the current minute.
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Upper Right
Button (A)
24-Hour Hand
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Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
•
UTC Analog Time
Indicator
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P ress and release the upper right button (A) to
change city code eastward or the lower right button
(B) to move westward.
hen city code has been selected, pull the crown
W
out two ‘clicks.’ Alarm setting display flashes. Press
the lower right button (B) to set alarm ON or OFF.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Hours
will flash. Turn the crown clockwise to advance
the hours or counter­clockwise to move the hours
backward. For fast advancement of the hours, turn
the crown clockwise quickly two or three ‘clicks’
and hours will change rapidly until the crown is
turned one ‘click’ in either direction to stop the
rapid advancement.
P ress and release the upper right button (A).
Minutes will flash. Correct the minutes by using the
crown in the same manner used to set the hours.
P ush the crown in to finalize alarm setting. Alarms
2 and 3 are set in the same way as alarm 1. When
either alarm sounds, press any button to stop
sounding. When the upper right (A) and lower right
(B) buttons are pushed simultaneously in alarm
mode, the alarm monitor sounds.
hile in alarm mode, the alarm can also be set to
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ON or OFF by pulling the crown out one ‘click’ and
pressing the lower right button (B).
TO USE THE CHRONOGRAPH
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the mode hand to chronograph (CHR) position.
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P ress and release the upper right button (A) to start
or stop time measurement.
hile chronograph is running, press the lower right
W
button (B) for split time. Display now shows elapsed
time for 10 seconds while continuing to measure
elapsed time internally. After 10 seconds, display
picks up counting at the true elapsed time and
continues running until the lower right button (B)
is pressed for split time again, or the upper right
button (A) is pressed to stop.
After the chronograph is stopped, press the lower right
button (B) to reset to 0.
For additional features and instructions, please
refer to the full instruction manual or our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
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MODELS – JR4***
SAILHAWK YACHT TIMER
Function Hand/Chronograph
Race Timer Minute Register Hand
Mvmt. Cal. No. C660
FEATURES
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Light-Powered
Automatic Two-Stage Power Saver Function
World Time
60-Minute Yacht Racing Timer
Analog/Digital Displays
Two World Time Alarms
Chronograph
99-Minute Countdown Timer
Time
BENEFITS
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
Time Adjustment in 30 Cities (22 Time Zones)
• Racing Timer Adapts to Any Race Event
• Shows Month, Day and Date
• 1/100-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 24 Hours
• One-Touch Interchangeable Analog/Digital Times
• Retractable Hands for Display Visibility
• Displays 12/24 Hour Systems
Upper Right
Button (A)
24-Hour Hand
(hidden by
hour hand)
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Crown
Lower Right
Button (B)
Lower Left
Button (C)
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P lease make sure the second hand is moving in
one second increments. This indicates the watch is
properly charged. If addi­tional charging is needed,
see the instruction manual for guidance.
T he analog time (large hour, minute and 24-hour
hand) cannot be set independently of the digital time
and the digital time must be set FIRST in order to set
the analog time.
ALL RESET PROCEDURE
• Turn the crown to set the mode hand to the
chronograph (CHR) mode.
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P ull out the crown to the first ‘click’ (0-position correction
mode). The second, minute, hour, 24-hour, and function
hands rapidly advance to the 0-position stored in memory.
P ress the upper right (A), lower right (B) and lower left (C)
buttons simultaneously and then release. All segments of
both digital displays are shown when either of the buttons
is released. These fully lit displays are canceled when the
crown is returned to the normal position.
fter canceling, a confirmation tone is sounded after
A
which each of the hands perform a demonstration of
the movement in the order of the second, function,
and minute hands to indicate that the ALL RESET
PROCEDURE is finished.
C ontinue with the 0-POSITIONING CHECK AND
CORRECTION.
0-POSITIONING CHECK AND CORRECTION
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the mode hand to chronograph (CHR) position.
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P ull the crown out one ‘click’ to go to 0-position
correction mode. All hands must indicate 0-position
and digital display II must show ‘F-H (function hand).’
T urn the crown clockwise to advance the chrono/
race timer minute register hand (small upper right
indicator), and turn the crown counterclockwise to
move the hand backward.
P ress and release the upper right button (A) to change
minute, hour and 24-hour hands. Turn the crown
clockwise to advance the hands or counterclockwise
to move the hands backward.
P ress and release the upper right button (A) to change
the second hand. Turn the crown clockwise to move
second hand to the 0-position.
P ush the crown in. Continue with TO SET THE TIME.
TO SET THE TIME
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the mode hand to the TME position.
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P ress and release the upper right button (A) to change
city code eastward or the lower right button (B) to
move westward.
When city code has been selected, pull the crown out
one ‘click.’ SMT (summertime) flashes.
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P ress and release the lower right button (B) to select
daylight or standard time (ON indicates daylight saving,
OFF indicates standard) hour hand will move accordingly.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Seconds
will flash. Reset seconds by pressing the lower right
button (B).
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Minutes
will flash. Turn the crown clockwise to advance
minutes or counterclockwise to move the minutes
backward. For rapid advancement of the minutes, turn
the crown clockwise quickly two or three ‘clicks’ and
minutes will change rapidly until the crown is turned
one ‘click’ in either direction.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Hours will
flash. Rotate crown to change hours. Press the lower right
button (B) to select AM/PM (12H) or military time (24H).
P ush the crown in to finalize setting of digital time.
All other cities are adjusted automatically when one
city is set to correct time.
fter you have set the digital time, you may want the
A
analog (hands) time to also indicate the time in your
zone (city code). Press the lower right (B) and upper
right (A) buttons simultaneously. The digital time (your
time zone) will be switched to the analog display
and vice versa. City code and digital time can now
be changed to your time zone by pressing the upper
right button (A) (eastward) or lower right button (B)
(westward). Both analog and digital time now match.
If you want a time zone different than that shown on
the digital display to be shown by the analog (hands),
move the digital time to the desired zone and repeat
the switching function.
TO SET THE CALENDAR
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the Mode hand to the calendar (CAL) position.
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Light-Powered
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Environmentally Clean Energy Source
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World Time
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Time Adjustment in 43 Cities
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Chronograph
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Analog/Digital Displays
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99-Minute Countdown Timer
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Race Chronograph
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P ress and release the upper right button (A) to change
city code eastward or the lower right button (B) to
move westward.
hen the desired city code has been selected, pull
W
the crown out one ‘click.’ Month (numeric) will flash.
T urn the crown clockwise to advance month, turn the
crown counterclockwise to move the month backward. To
rapid advance the month, turn the crown clockwise quickly
two or three ‘clicks’ and month will change rapidly until
the crown is turned one ‘click’ in either direction.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Date will
flash. Use the crown in the same manner used to set
the month to correct the date.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Year will
flash. Use the crown in the same manner used to set
the month to set the year.
P ush the crown in to finalize calendar setting. Year
will disappear and day will be shown instead.
TO SET THE ALARMS (1 AND 2)
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the Mode hand to alarm 1 (AL-1) position.
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P ress and release the upper right button (A) to change
city code eastward or the lower right button (B) to
move westward.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Minutes
will flash. Correct the minutes by using the crown in
the same manner used to set the hours.
P ush the crown in to finalize alarm setting. Alarm 2 is
set in the same way as alarm 1. When either alarm
sounds, press any button to stop sounding. When the
lower right (B) and upper right (A) buttons are pushed
simultaneously in alarm mode, the alarm monitor sounds.
TO USE THE CHRONOGRAPH
• Turn the crown clockwise or counter clockwise to
move the mode hand to chronograph (CHR) position.
If the second hand does not move to the 12:00
position, refer to the 0-POSITIONING CHECK AND
CORRECTION section.
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T he chrono/race timer minute register hand (small
upper right indicator hand) serves as the minute
recorder hand of chronograph.
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hile the chronograph is running, press the lower
W
right button (B) for split time. Display now shows
elapsed time for 10 seconds while continuing to
measure elapsed time internally. After 10 seconds,
display picks up counting at the true elapsed time
and continues running until either the lower right
button (B) is pressed for split time again, or the upper
right button (A) is pressed to stop.
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P ull the crown out one ‘click’ and turn the crown
clockwise to move minutes backward. For rapid
advancement of the minutes, turn the crown clockwise
quickly two or three ‘clicks’ and minutes will change
rapidly until the crown is turned one ‘click’ in either
direction. Push the crown in to finalize timer setting.
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P ush the lower right button (B) when the timer is
stopped to return timer to set time standby.
For further instructions and details of the many
additional features of the Sailhawk Yacht Timer,
please refer to the instruction manual or our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
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P ush the upper right button (A) to start or stop the
timer countdown.
P ush the lower right button (B) while the timer is running
for fly back (to timer set time) and automatic restart.
Shows Month, Day and Date
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Sounds Signal When Time is Up
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Split Lap Time
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Recalls up to 20 Laps
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Average Speed Calculation
Lower Right
Button (A)
‘Main Time’ Seconds Hand
Pull the crown out one ‘click.’
P ress and hold the upper right button (B), lower right
button (A) and lower left button (C) simultaneously for
3 seconds, then release. All segments of the digital
display will show, the hands will move back and forth
and finally the digital display will show:
TO SET THE ‘MAIN TIME’ AND CALENDAR
NOTE: The analog and world times are driven by the
time set in the main time/calendar mode.
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Lower Left
Button (C)
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NOTES: If a low/no charge state is reached, or another
malfunction is experienced, an ALL RESET and
0-POSITIONING will be required.
ALL RESET AND 0-POSITIONING PROCEDURE
• Press and release the lower left button (C) until in
the chronograph (CHR) mode.
P ress and release the upper right button (A) to start
or stop time measurement.
fter the chronograph is stopped, press the lower
A
right button (B) to reset to 0.
TO USE THE COUNTDOWN TIMER
• Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to
move the mode hand to timer (TMR) position.
1/1000-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 24 Hours
Crown
Digital Display
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
Press the lower right button (B) to set alarm ON or OFF.
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hen the city code has been selected, pull the crown
W
out one ‘click.’ The alarm setting display flashes.
P ress and release the upper right button (A). Hours will
flash. Turn the crown clockwise to advance the hours or
counter­clockwise to move the hours backward. For rapid
advancement of the hours, turn the crown clockwise
quickly two or three ‘clicks’ and hours will change rapidly
until the crown is turned one ‘click’ in either direction.
24-Hour Hand
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Mode Indicator
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
Upper Right
Button (B)
1-Second
Chronograph Hand
Benefits
Digital Display I
Digital Display II
1/100-Second
Chronograph Hand
(bottom hand)
1/10-Second
Chronograph Hand
(top hand)
Mvmt. Cal. No. U70*
FEATURES
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Note: If the watch should reach a low or no charge state,
display something improperly or a malfunction is suspected,
the ALL RESET PROCEDURE and 0-POSITIONING CHECK
AND CORRECTION must be performed.
MODELS – JW00*
PROMASTER SST
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Top section : 0000
Middle Section : 00000
Lower Section : - - 0 - P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for 2 or more
seconds, then release. The digital display will show
“CRS” and the 1-second chronograph hand will move
back and forth.
P ress and release the upper right button (B)
repeatedly to move the 1-second chronograph hand
to 60 (straight up)
P ress and release the lower left button (C). The ‘main
time’ second hand will move counter clock-wise three
rotations and the digital display will show ‘CRM’.
The 1/100-second chronograph hand will move back
and forth.
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P ress and release the upper right button (B)
repeatedly until the 1/10 and 1/100 second
chronograph hands point straight up to 00 (12:00
position).
P ress and release the lower left button (C). The hour
hand will move back and forth and the digital display
will show “HR”.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) or lower
right button (A) to move the hour and 24-hour hands
straight up to the 12:00 position.
P ress and release the lower left button (C).The
‘main time’ second hand will rotate clockwise three
rotations and the digital display will show “MIN.”
P ress and release the upper right button (B) or lower
right button (A) to move the minute and ‘main time’
second hand to the 12:00 position.
P ush the crown in one ‘click’. The ‘main time’ and
calendar must be set.
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P ress and release the lower left button (C) until the
calendar is shown in the digital display.
Pull crown out one ‘click.’ The city will flash.
P ress and release either the upper right button (B)
or lower right button (A) to change the city to your
time zone.
P ress and release lower left button (C). ‘OFF’ or ‘ON’
will flash (DST).
P ress and release lower right button (A) to turn DST
(daylight saving time) ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’.
P ress and release lower left button (C). The seconds
will flash.
P ress and release lower right (A) button to reset
seconds to ‘00’ (seconds will start from 00).
P ress and release lower left button (C). The minutes
will flash.
P ress and release either the upper right button (B)
or lower right button (A) to change the minutes.
NOTE: The upper right button (B) will advance the
minutes while lower right button (A) will decrement
the minutes.
•
•
•
P ress and release either the upper right (B) or lower
right (A) button to change the year. NOTE: The upper
right button (B) will advance the year while the lower
right button (A) will decrement the year.
R eturn the crown to the closed position by pushing it
in one ‘click’ to the closed position next to the case.
The analog hands will change to the time just set and
the current year, month, date and day of week will
show in the digital display.
TO USE THE CHRONOGRAPH
NOTE: The ‘main time’ second hand does not reflect
chronograph timing. Be sure to refer to the 1-second,
1/10-second and 1/100-second chronograph hands as
well as the digital display when referring to chronograph
operations.
• Press and release the lower left button (C) until in the
chronograph (CHR) mode.
•
P ress and release either the upper right button (B) or
lower right button (A) to change hours. Note: The
upper right button (B) will advance the hours while
the lower right button (A) will decrement the hours.
If using 12-hour time for your main time, be sure
to pay attention to the AM (A) or PM (P) indicator
located just above the hours to ensure the proper
AM or PM time is set.
•
P ress and release lower left button (C). The ‘12’ or
‘24H’ indicator will flash.
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to change
from 12-hour (12) to 24-hour (24H) display.
•
P ress and release either the upper right button (B) or
lower right button (A) to change month. NOTE: The
upper right button (B) will advance the month while
the lower right button (A) will decrement the month.
P ress and release the lower left button (C). The year
will flash.
•
P ress and release lower left button (C). The hours
will flash.
P ress and release the lower left button (C). The month
of year will flash.
P ress and release either the upper right button (B) or
lower right button (A) to change the day of month.
NOTE: The upper right button (B) will advance the
date while the lower right button (A) will decrement
the date.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to engage
the chronograph. Along with the digital display, the
1-second, 1/10-and 1/100 second chronograph hands
will commence timing operations. NOTE: The 1/10
and 1/100-second chronograph hands will operate
for a period of 1 minute when the chronograph is
active and the upper right button (B) is pressed
and released.
T o activate the ‘split time’ model, press and release
the lower right button (A) while the chronograph is
active. The digital display will pause visible timing
allowing reference to the split time. Visible timing
will resume after 10-seconds.
P ress and release the upper right button (B) to stop
the chronograph.
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to reset
the chronograph to zero.
For use and setting of additional features such as the
alarm, timer and race modes, please refer to the full
instruction manual or the technical support section of
our website at www.citizenwatch.com.
P ress and release the lower left button (C). The date
of month will flash.
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MODELS ­­– JY00**
SKYHAWK A•T
Light-Powered
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
Atomic Timekeeping
•
Radio-Controlled Accuracy
World Time
•
•
Dual Alarms
•
•
Chronograph
•
•
•
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Analog/Digital Displays
•
99-Minute Countdown Timer
•
Power Reserve Indicator
Time Adjustment in 43 Cities
Crown
Frequency Scale
Digital Display 1
Digital Display 2
Two Independent Alarms
1/100-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 24 Hours
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Shows Month, Day and Date
•
Sounds Signal When Time is Up
•
24-Hour Hand
Charge Level/
Frequency Hand
•
•
Upper Right
Button (B)
Charge Level Scale
Benefits
UTC Minute Hand
Reception Level/
Result Scale
Reception Fail Scale
Mvmt. Cal. No. U60*
FEATURES
Reception Standby
UTC Hour Hand
Lower Right
Button (A)
Seconds/Reception
Strength/Transmission
Indicator Hand
Displays Remaining Charge
MODELS – JY80**
NAVIHAWK A•T
Mvmt. Cal. No. U680
FEATURES
•
•
Pull the crown out another ‘click’ to the setting position.
P ress the upper right (B) and lower right (A) buttons
down simultaneously for 3 seconds, then release
them. All digital segments in the displays will be
highlighted and the hands will move back and forth
to indicate the ALL RESET is successful.
P ress the crown in to the closed position. You must
now continue with the 0-POSITIONING CHECK AND
CORRECTION PROCEDURE.
0-POSITIONING CHECK AND CORRECTION
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’ and rotate so that the
mode hand points to CHR.
P ull the crown out another ‘click’ to the setting
position. Each hand will move to the 0-position set in
memory and ( 0 ) will show in digital display 2. The
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Benefits
•
Environmentally Clean Energy Source
•
Atomic Timekeeping
•
Radio-Controlled Accuracy
•
World Time
•
Time Adjustment in 43 Cities
•
Chronograph
•
•
99-Minute Countdown Timer
•
Perpetual Calendar
•
Power Reserve Indicator
•
Dual Time
•
Dual Alarms
Mode Hand
1/100-Second Chronograph
Measures up to 24 Hours
24-Hour Hand
Charge Level/
Frequency Hand
Frequency Scale
Crown
Digital Display 2
•
Sounds Signal When Time is Up
•
Accurate to the Year 2100
•
Displays Remaining Charge
•
Second Time Zone
•
Two Independent Alarms
Seconds/Reception
Strength/Transmission
Indicator Hand
Digital Display 1
Lower Right
Button (A)
Mode Hand
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
correct 0-position for the charge level/frequency hand
is the center of the U in ‘EUR,’ while all other hands
should be pointing straight up (12:00 or 2400 hours).
If all hands point to their respective 0-position, press
the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position. If any
of the hands do not indicate their correct 0-position,
you will need to continue this procedure.
•
•
•
•
•
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for two
or more seconds, then release. This activates the
0-positioning mode. CHA will flash in digital display 2.
T urn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until
the charge/frequency hand points to the center of
EUR on the frequency scale.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
digital display 2 will show UTC. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until both the UTC
hour and minute hands point to 24.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
digital display 2 will show HR. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the hour hand
points to 12:00 and the 24-hour hand points to 24.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
digital display 2 will show MIN. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the minute hand
points to 12:00.
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for two
or more seconds, then release and push the crown
to the closed position next to the case. The analog
hands will move to the time set in memory and
CHR will show in digital display 2. You must now
set the time either through ‘on-demand’ reception
or manually.
ON-DEMAND RADIO RECEPTION
Note: On-demand radio reception is used after an all
reset and may be used when traveling or after daylight
saving time.
•
•
•
•
•
•
P ull the crown out one ‘click.’ Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to turn the mode
hand to the TME mode.
P ush the crown in one ‘click.’ Press and hold the
lower right button (A) for two or more seconds until
you hear a beep. The second hand will move to the
RX position at 12:00, the charge level/frequency
hand will move to the current signal available, digital
display 1 will show ‘RDY,’ digital display 2 will show
‘RX.’ Place the watch in a stable position so that it is
not moved. It can take up to 15 minutes to complete
the update process.
If a signal is detected and updating is successful
digital display 1 will show ‘OK’ and the second hand
will resume normal function.
If no signal is detected, digital display 1 will show
‘NO’ and the second hand will resume normal
function. If no signal can be detected, you will need
to proceed with manually setting the time.
TO MANUALLY SET THE TIME
Note: After receiving a radio signal, the time will
automatically set. There may be circumstances
however for which you need to manually set the
time such as after an all reset or you are in an
area that inhibits signal reception.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
P ress and release the lower right button (A) or upper
right button (B) until a city in your time zone is shown.
S imultaneously press and release the lower right button
(A) or upper right button (B). This will update digital display
1 and the analog hands to your current time zone.
pon detection of a radio signal, the second hand
U
will move to indicate the signal strength.
•
•
•
•
Reception Fail Scale
Light-Powered
UTC Minute Hand
Reception Level/Result Scale
(H-M-L)
Upper Right
Button (B)
Charge Level Scale
•
Please view our interactive setting
instructions at www.citizenwatch.com
Note: Under normal conditions, this watch will receive
radio signals to automatically update the time and
calendar. There may be conditions in which the radio
signal cannot be received. If a signal cannot be received,
the watch will operate normally, but not update.
Note: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal
display or function is noticed, an ALL RESET PROCEDURE
and 0-POSITIONING CHECK AND CORRECTION is
required. Be sure to set the time and date after
performing these procedures.
Note: This watch features an EL backlight which will
illuminate the digital displays. This is activated by
pressing the upper right button (B).
Radio Reception
The watch will receive radio signals both automatically
and on-demand. Both the time and calendar will update
based on the current time zone.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM and then
if needed, at 3:00 AM and 4:00 AM. If the 2:00 AM
reception signal is successful, subsequent updating will
not be activated. The 4:00 AM automatic update time
may be user set to an alternate time if so desired.
The “on-demand” feature allows the user to enter the
reception mode at their convenience. This is helpful
when changing time zones before the automatic update
or if an automatic update was not successful.
Note: Depending on signal strength, it can take up to
15 minutes to complete the update. During the update
process, the watch must not be moved otherwise the
transmission signal may be interrupted resulting in an
unsuccessful time/calendar update.
For in-depth instructions on the radio reception feature,
please refer to your owner’s guide.
ALL RESET PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’ and rotate so that the
mode hand points to CHR.
UTC Hour Hand
Reception Standby
Scale
•
P ull the crown out one ‘click.’ Rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the mode hand
points to TME.
P ress and release either the upper right button (B) or
lower right button (A) until a city in your time zone is
shown in digital display 1.
P ull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to activate the
time setting mode. The second/transmission strength
indicator hand will move to 12:00 and SMT will flash
in digital display 1.
P ress and release the lower right button (A) to
activate or deactivate SMT (daylight saving time).
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
seconds will flash in digital display 1. Press and
release the lower right button (A) to set the seconds
to 0.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The minutes
will flash in digital display 1. Turn the crown clockwise
or counterclockwise to set the current minute.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
hours will flash in digital display 1. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to set the current hour.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The AM/
PM (12-hour) or 24-hour indiction will flash in digital
display 1. Press and release the lower right button (A)
to set 12-hour or 24-hour time.
P ush the crown in one ‘click.’ Simultaneously press and
release the lower right button (A) and upper right button
(B) until you hear a beep. Digital display 2 will change to
the time zone shown in digital display 1 and the analog
hands will move to the time in that time zone.
P ush the crown in one ‘click’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes setting the time.
For additional features and instructions, please
refer to the full instruction manual or our website
at www.citizenwatch.com.
•
NOTE: Under normal conditions, this watch will receive
radio signals to automatically update the time and
calendar. There may be conditions in which the radio
signal cannot be received. If a signal cannot be received,
the watch will operate normally, but not update.
NOTE: After a complete loss of charge or an abnormal
display or function is noticed, an ALL RESET PROCEDURE
and 0-POSITIONING CHECK AND CORRECTION is
required. Be sure to set the time and date after
performing these procedures.
NOTE: This watch features an EL backlight which will
illuminate the digital displays. This is activated by
pressing the upper right button (B).
Radio Reception
The watch will receive radio signals both automatically
and on-demand. Both the time and calendar will update
based on the current time zone.
Automatic reception occurs first at 2:00 AM and then
if needed, at 3:00 AM then 4:00 AM. If the 2:00 AM
reception signal is successful, subsequent updating will
not be activated. The 4:00 AM automatic update time
may be user set to an alternate time if so desired.
The “on-demand” reception feature allows the user to
enter the reception mode at their convenience. This is
helpful when changing time zones before the automatic
update or if an automatic update was not successful.
NOTE: Depending on signal strength, it can take up to
15 minutes to complete the update. During the update
process, the watch must not be moved otherwise the
transmission signal may be interrupted resulting in an
unsuccessful time/calendar update.
For in-depth instructions on the radio reception feature,
please refer to your owner’s guide.
ALL RESET PROCEDURE
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’ and rotate so that
the mode hand points to ‘CHR’.
•
•
P ull the crown out another ‘click’ to the
setting position.
P ress the upper right (B) and lower right (A) buttons
down simultaneously for 3 seconds, then release
them. All digital segments in the displays will be
highlighted and the hands will move back and forth
to indicate the ALL RESET is successful.
P ress the crown in to the closed position. You must
now continue with the 0-POSITIONING CHECK AND
CORRECTION PROCEDURE.
0-POSITIONING CHECK AND CORRECTION
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’ and rotate so that
the mode hand points to ‘CHR’.
set in memory and ( 0 ) will show in digital display 2.
The correct 0-position for the charge level/frequency
hand is the center of the ‘H’ in ‘CHN’, while all other
hands should be pointing straight up (12:00 or 2400
hours) If all hands point to their respective 0-position,
press the crown in two ‘clicks’ to the closed position.
If any of the hands do not indicate their correct
0-position, you will need to continue this procedure.
•
•
•
•
•
P ull the crown out another ‘click’ to the setting
position. Each hand will move to the 0-position
T urn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until
the charge/frequency hand points to the center of
‘CHN’ on the frequency scale.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
digital display 2 will show ‘UTC’. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until both the UTC
hour and minute hands point to 24.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
digital display 2 will show ‘HR’. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the hour hand
points to 12:00 and the 24-hour hand points to 24.
P ress and release the upper right button (B). The
digital display 2 will show ‘MIN’. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the minute
hand points to 12:00.
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for two or
more seconds, then release and push the crown to the
closed position next to the case. The analog hands will
move to the time set in memory and ‘CHR’ will show
in digital display 2. You must now set the time either
through ‘on-demand’ reception or manually.
ON-DEMAND RADIO RECEPTION
NOTE: On-demand radio reception is used after an all
reset and may be used when traveling or after daylight
saving time.
•
•
•
•
•
•
P ress and hold the upper right button (B) for two
or more seconds, then release. This activates the
0-positioning mode. ‘CHA’ will flash in digital display 2.
•
•
P ull the crown out one ‘click’. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to turn the mode hand
to the ‘TME’ mode.
P ress and release the lower right button (A) or upper
right button (B) until a city in your time zone is shown.
S imultaneously press and release the lower right
button (A) and upper right button (B). This will update
digital display 1 and the analog hands to your current
time zone.
P ush the crown in one ‘click’. Press and hold the lower
right button (A) for two or more seconds until you hear
a beep. The second hand will move to the ‘RX’ position
at 12:00, the charge level/frequency hand will move to
the current signal available, digital display 1 will show
‘RDY’, digital display 2 will show ‘RX’.
P lace the watch in a stable position so that it is not
moved. It can take up to 15 minutes to complete the
update process.
•
•
pon detection of a radio signal, the second hand
U
will move to indicate the signal strength.
If a signal is detected and updating is successful
digital display 1 will show ‘OK’ and the second
hand will resume normal function.
If no signal is detected, digital display 1 will show
‘NO’ and the second hand will resume normal
function. If no signal can be detected, you will
need to proceed with manually setting the time.
TO MANUALLY SET THE TIME
NOTE: After receiving a radio signal, the time will
automatically set. There may be circumstances however
for which you need to manually set the time such as
after an all reset or you are in an area that inhibits
signal reception.
• Pull the crown out one ‘click’. Rotate the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise until the mode hand
points to ‘TME’ (time mode).
• Press and release either the upper right button (B) or
lower right button (A) until a city in your time zone is
shown in digital display 1.
• Pull the crown out an additional ‘click’ to activate the
time setting mode. The second/transmission strength
indicator hand will move to 12:00 and ‘SMT’ (daylight
saving time) will flash in digital display 1.
• Press and release the lower right button (A) to
activate or deactivate ‘SMT’(daylight saving time)
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The seconds
will flash in digital display 1. Press and release the
lower right button (A) to set the seconds to 0.
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The minutes
will flash in digital display 1. Turn the crown clockwise
or counterclockwise to set the current minute.
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The
hours will flash in digital display 1. Turn the crown
clockwise or counterclockwise to set the current hour.
• Press and release the upper right button (B). The AM/
PM (12-hour) or 24-hour indiction will flash in digital
display 1. Press and release the lower right button (A)
to set 12-hour or 24-hour time.
• Push the crown in one ‘click’. Simultaneously press
and release the lower right button (A) and upper right
button (B) until you hear a beep. Digital display 2 will
change to the time zone shown in digital display 1
and the analog hands will move to the time in that
time zone.
• Push the crown in one ‘click’ to the closed position
next to the case. This completes setting the time.
•
For instructions on setting the calendar and details
of the many additional features of the Navihawk A•T,
please refer to the full instruction manual or the technical
support section of our website at www.citizenwatch.com
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