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SETTING PROCEDURES
SETTING PROCEDURES
This is the normal running position.
POSITION 2: CALENDAR CORRECTOR
POSITION 2
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Turn the hands forward to the correct time.
NOTE
When the Crown is in this position the battery is disconnected.
IMPORTANT NOTE
The Date will start to change at 11.25 p.m. and complete
its change by 12 o'clock midnight. The Day will start to
change at 12 o'clock midnight and complete its change
by 4a.m. Day/Date models have Bi-Lingual Day settings; if
you select English, the watch will continue to display in
English.
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1
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The Second hand will not start moving until the Crown has
been returned to Position 1.
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Setting the time
Gently pull the Crown out from the normal running position.
1 2
2
Gently pull the Crown out to
position 2 (one click from the
running position). To adjust the
date turn the Crown
anti-clockwise, clockwise to
adjust the day. Once the
date/day has been set,
return the Crown to the normal
running position.
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AO PLEAR ART MI N G MP ROO DC EED LU RSE
POSITION 1: NORMAL RUNNING POSITION
POSITION 1
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O PI NES RT RAU CTTII NO NGS
FOR CALENDER MODELS
for NON-CALENDAR models
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SETTING PROCEDURE FOR ALARM MODELS
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Gently pull the Crown out to position 2 (one click from
running position). To adjust the alarm indicator hand, turn
Crown clockwise to the required setting.
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To switch alarm on, gently pull out Alarm On/Off Button.
The alarm will run for 15 seconds, before automatically
switching itself off.
After 2 1/2 minutes, the alarm will automatically repeat for a
further 15 seconds
before switching itself off.
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To switch alarm off, depress the Button.
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To set Time and Date, refer to the first two pages of this
booklet.
Gently pull the Crown out from the running position (two
clicks), and then turn the hands forward to the correct
time.
Note: When the Crown is in this position, the battery is
disconnected. The Second hand will not start moving until
the Crown has been returned to Position 1.
CARE
IMPORTANT NOTE
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The battery life will be affected by the number of times the
E L display is operated; based on typical use of 2-3 times a
day, the battery life expectancy is 2 years.
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To set Time and Date, refer to the first two pages of this
booklet.
FOR YOUR WATCH
To operate depress the Push Button.
The E L display is automatically turned off 1 sec after the
Push Button is released.
AVOID TEMPERATURE EXTREMES
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It may become difficult to pull out the crown due to dirt
and dust getting caught between the crown and the
watch case when the watch is worn for long periods of
time. To help prevent this from happening:
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Turn the crown freely back and forth occasionally, while it is
in the normal set position.
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Wipe off any water and moisture that adheres to the case,
glass and band with a soft, clean cloth. Any dirt left on the
case or band may cause skin rash. A watchband will
easily become soiled with dust and perspiration because it
is in direct contact with the skin. Even a stainless or
gold-plated band may corrode, if it has not been cleaned
for a long period of time.
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1
2
3
TO WATER
1
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Alarm On / Off Button
RESISTANCE
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Avoid leaving your watch in direct sunlight or in extremely
warm locations for long periods of time: this will cause
malfunctioning and shorten the life of the battery.
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Do not leave your watch for long periods of time in
extremely cold places: this may cause your watch to gain
or lose time.
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Place your watch on your wrist to restore its original
accuracy, should it begin to gain or lose time.
AVOID WET CONDITIONS
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Do not operate the buttons when your watch is wet, even
on models marked 'water resistant'
AVOID STRONG SHOCK
Mesh bands, because the meshes are very fine, will lose
their ‘flexibility’, if they are left soiled for a long time. Metal
watchbands should be washed periodically to keep them
looking pristine at all times. Metal watchbands are usually
washed with a brush in mild, soapy water and well wiped
with a soft, absorbent cloth to make sure all water is
removed.
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This watch will withstand the bumps and jars normally
incurred during sports activities.
Avoid dropping your watch on the ground or otherwise
imparting severe shock to it.
Pay attention to prevent any water from getting inside your
watch when the band is washed.
INDICATIONS ON DIAL OR CASEBACK
WATER - RELATED USES
Dial
Light spray,
Perspiration
Light rain,
Bathing, etc
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Water Resistant
Caseback
WATER - RELATED USES
Swimming etc
Skin diving
without
air tank
Scuba diving:
diving with
air tank
Pulling out
crown when
watch is wet
Water Resistant
OK
X
X
X
X
Water Resistant 50M
OK
OK
X
X
X
Water Resistant 100M
OK
OK
OK
X
X
Water Resistant 150M
OK
OK
OK
OK
X
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50m (5 bar)
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OPERATING
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Water Resistant
100m (10 bar)
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ELECTRO-LUMINESCENT
KEEP YOUR WATCH CLEAN
Electro-Luminescence is state-of-the-art technology which
allows you to read your watch under any lighting
conditions.
Water Resistant
150m (15 bar)
and deeper
● “WATER RESISTANT” MAY SOMETIMES BE ABBREVIATED AS “WATER RESIST” OR “WR”
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TIGHTEN SCREWLOCK CROWN COMPLETELY
● NEVER PULL OUT CROWN WHILST WATCH IS WET
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WATER RESISTANCE IS NOT A PERMANENT PROPERTY. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU
● ALWAYS SET THE CROWN IN THE NORMAL POSITION
RETURN YOUR WATCH FOR RESEALING EVERY 2-3 YEARS AND / OR WHEN CHANGING
BATTERIES
RESISTANCE
30
ELECTRO-LUMINESCENT MODELS: EL
TO WATER
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POSITION 3: SETTING THE TIME
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