Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview
Introduction & Overview
Thank you for purchasing this QUARTZ WATCH.
To ensure correct use, please read these instructions carefully.
Please ensure that the Accurist International Guarantee Card is supplied
with the watch on purchase, so that if necessary, you may claim service
under the guarantee (subject to the terms of guarantee).
The analogue quartz watch is designed around the normal time, alarm, local
time and calendar functions with a special audible repeater time feature.
THE REPEATER function lets you determine the current time by simple use
of the watch's buttons.
THE CALENDAR adjustment is a fully automatic Calendar.
ALARM FUNCTIONS
• ALARM I lets you set the desired alarm time quickly and easily. The alarm
rings once at the set time and then automatically cancels the alarm setting after
sounding for 10 seconds.
• ALARM II (DAILY ALARM) uses a different sound for morning, afternoon
and night.
• LOCAL TIME ALARM (LOCAL AL) rings everyday at the set time
• THE LOCAL TIME settings can be made in 30-minute increments.
4.
Using the watch
SUB WATCH
MAIN WATCH
Hour hand
Second hand
Minute hand
Small
second hand
Hour hand
Minute hand
AM/PM
hand
Set the Main watch and Sub watch to the current time
(See “D. Setting the time page 10”)
Time signal chime (Repeater) is activated based on the Sub watch. This
feature will not function properly if the Sub watch is not set.
If there is a one minute time difference (plus or minus) between the time
signal chime and the main watch time setting, reset the Sub Watch to the
same time as the Main Watch.
(Example) If the time signal chime is one minute slow, set the SUB
WATCH forward one minute.
Wearing the watchband
If the watch is worn too tightly it may be difficult to clearly hear the Watch
sounds. Allow a space of one finger between the watch and your wrist for
best results.
6.
Main Components & Functions
Date hand • Alarm ON/OFF hand
• Sub watch
second hand
Day hand
Mode hand
Main watch minute hand
•Time signal chime(Repeater)
• Date set
• Alarm ON/OFF
(A) Button
Normal position
2nd step position
Main watch
Hour hand
Crown
(C) Button
(B) Button 1st step position
Calendar adjust
•Set
• Year/month
display mode
Day set
Mode switch
• Sub watch
hour hand
• Local time hour hand
• Alarm hour hand
• Year hand
NOTE: This watch
displays number of
years from the leap year.
• Sub watch minute hand
• Local time minute hand
• Alarm minute hand
• Month hand
Main watch small
second hand
AM/PM hand
NOTE: The AM/PM hand should
only be used to distinguish
morning/evening. It should not be
used as a 24 hour time display.
Hand Function
Crown
Mode
AM/PM
Date
Mode
hour, minute, second
hour, minute
hand
hand
hand
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Local time,
hour, minute
(Main watch)
year, month
Local
AM/PM
Date
Day
-
Date
Day
Alarm hour minute
Alarm
AM/PM
ON
ALARM I
Main watch hour,
minute, second
(Main watch)
hour, minute
(Watch)
AM/PM
OFF
ALARM I
Alarm 2
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Alarm hour,
minute
Alarm
AM/PM
ON/OFF
ALARM II
Local
time
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Local time
hour, minute
Local time
AM/PM
at 12
o’clock
LOCAL TM
Local
Alarm
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Local time alarm
hour, minute
Alarm
AM/PM
ON/OFF
LOCALAL
Second
setting
Main watch hour,
minute, second
(Sub watch) hour (Sub watch) (Sub watch)
minute
AM/PM
second
First
Step
Calendar
setting
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Second
Step
Time
setting
Main watch hour,
minute, second
Normal
Calendar
Alarm 1
Normal
Position
MAIN WATCH
SUB WATCH
Year month
-
-
(Sub watch) hour (Sub watch) (Sub watch)
minute
AM/PM
second
SEC 0
Day
SEC 0
Button Functions
Crown
Normal
Position
First
Step
Mode
(A) Button
Normal
Display
* Time signal
chime (repeater)
Calendar
Display
To normal display
Alarm I
setting
* Sound monitor
(OFF)
Cancelling the
alarm (ON)
AlarmII
setting
(B) Button
*Calendar display
(C) Button
Mode switch
*watch hand initial
position monitor
CROWN
ROTATION
-
To normal display To normal display
Alarm setting
Mode switch
*watch hand initial
position monitor
-
ON/OFF Switch
*Sound monitor
Alarm setting
Mode switch
*watch hand initial
position monitor
-
Local time
setting
-
Local time setting
Local time
alarm setting
ON/OFF Switch
* Sound monitor
Local time
alarm setting
Seconds
setting
Seconds setting
-
Calendar
setting
Date setting
Leap year
month setting
Day setting
-
Sub watch
seconds setting
Sub watch hour,
minutes setting
-
Main watch hour,
minute setting
Second
Time setting
Step
Mode switch
*watch hand initial
position monitor
Mode switch
*watch hand initial
position monitor
Mode switch
*watch hand initial
position monitor
-
-
-
Setting the time
When setting the current time it is essential to set both the Main watch and
Sub watch to the same time. If the Sub watch is not matched to the Main
watch, the Repeater will not sound properly.
MAIN WATCH
Minute hand
Minute hand
(1)
(2)
Minute hand
Small
second hand
(1) Pull the crown out to the 2nd step
position when the small second hand is at
0 position (12 o'clock) and stops.
*When the crown is pulled out the 2nd
step, the mode hand points to “SEC 0”. At
the same time, the date hand changes to
the Sub watch second hand and moves to
the 0 (12 o'clock) position and stops.
(2) Turn the crown to set the Main watch to the current time.
(3) Press the (B) button to set the Sub watch to the current time.
*The time setting advances one minute each time the (B) button is pressed.
Press and hold down the (B) button to quick-advance the hour, minute hand.
NOTE:
SUB WATCH
The Sub watch hour, minute hands are
Second
synchronized with the AM/PM hand.
Watch the AM/PM hand when adjusting hand
the Sub watch time setting to ensure the
proper setting is made.
(4)
A
(4) When the Sub watch second hand is
B
not aligned with the “0 sec”
Hour
AM/PM
position, press (A) button to set it to
hand
this position.
Minute hand
Press the (A) button to advance the
second hand in 1-second increments.
Press and hold down the (A) button to quick-advance the second hand.
(5) Push the crown into the normal position at the desired time to start the
watch running at the correct time. At this time the Sub watch second hand
returns to its normal function as the date hand.
The mode hand switches to indicate the day, the hour and minute hands of
the Sub watch switch to local time.
(5)
(3)
Setting the Calendar
Date
A (2) <Date set>
Day
(1)
(5)
<Day set> (4) C
B (3)
<Leap year/month set>
Leap year
Month
(1) Pull the crown out to the 1st step postion. At this time, the local time
hour, minute hand switches to the leap year, month hands.
*The calendar hands advance one increment each time the (A) or (B)
button is pressed.
Press and hold down the (A) or (B) button to quick-advance the calendar
hand.
(2) Date Set
• Press the (A) button to set the date
(3) Leap year/month set
• Check the number of years following the leap year for the current year.
(See below).
• Press the (B) button to set the leap year and month. The year hand is
synchronized with the month hand.
Year 1
*Reading the leap year display
Year 2
Leap year
The leap year and years following
the leap year are displayed as shown
in the diagram. When the year hand is
in the position 3, the reading is “the
third year following the leap year”.
*Leap year display
1991
Year 3
1995
Year 3
Year 3
1999
Year 3
1992 Leap Year 1996 Leap Year 2000 Leap Year
1993
Year 1
1997
Year 1
2001
Year 1
1994
Year 2
1998
Year 2
2002
Year 2
(4) Day Set
• Press the ( C) button to set the day.
• Pressing the ( C) button advances the hand one day at a time.
Quick-advance is not a feature of this function.
*Reading the day display
Monday
Wednesday
The lines between the days
listed on the day display
represent the days not listed.
Therefore, the line between
'Sun' and 'Tue' represents 'Monday' etc.
Thursday
(5) Push the crown all the way in to the normal position when adjustments
are complete. *The calendar will not function properly when the crown is
left in the 1st step position.
Adjustment-free calendar
This feature lets you use your watch without need to make end-of-month
or leap year adjustments.
Example:
End-of-month: 11/30
12/1 Automatic adjustment
Leap year: 2/29 (Leap year)
3/1 Automatic adjustment
2/28
3/1 Automatic adjustment
*The day setting does not change under this feature.
Switching Modes
Press (C) button
Seconds
adjustment mode
Mode hand:
SEC0
Press (C) button
Normal display
Mode hand: Day
* about 2
minutes
* about 1
minute
Alarm I set mode
Mode hand: ALARM I
Press (C) button
Press (C) button
Local alarm
setting mode
Mode hand:
LOCAL AL
Press (C) button
* about 1
minute
* about 1
minute
Alarm II set mode
Mode hand: ALARM II
* about 1 minute
Local time setting mode
Mode hand: LOCAL TM
Press (C) button
* If there is no input the watch automatically returns to the normal display.
Normal Display
Date
The normal time display appears as follows:
Example: Base time 10.09.00/1/TUE
Local time AM 7.09
(A)
Time signal
chime (repeater)
Day
Base
time
(minute)
Base time (hour)
Base
time
(second)
Local time (hour)
Local time (minute)
AM/PM
• Press the (A) button to sound the time signal chime (see page 18)
• Press the (B) button to display the calendar (see page 20)
(B)
Calendar
display mode
(Leap year/
month)
A. Time signal chime (repeater)
Mode hand
(A) (1)
7
32
Press and hold
down for more
than 1 second
The feature allows you to tell the current
time by the watch's chime sound:
*This feature will not work unless the
mode hand is set to day (normal) display.
(1) Press and hold down the (A) button for
more than 1 second to activate the chime
sound. Time signal chime (Repeater)
operates under the 12-hour system.
(Example) You want to make the watch chime sound at 7.32.
1) Hour sound: One high-pitched chime sounds each second for each hour (7
times = 7 o'clock)
2) Quarter sound: One high and one low-pitched chime sounds each
second (1/4hr x 2 = 30 minutes)
3) Minute sound: One low-pitched chime sounds each second (2 times = 2
minutes)
By playing the above sound you know the time is now 7.32.
*Press any button while the chime is playing to stop the sound.
NOTE:
The Chime sound cannot be activated while the calendar is being
displayed.
The time is not set properly if the time display and chime sound are not
synchronized.
See “D” SETTING THE TIME” (page 10)
B. Calendar Display
The calendar feature displays the date and day of the week.
It is also possible to display the month and leap year calendar indications
by using the watch's (B) button
NORMAL DISPLAY
CALENDAR DISPLAY
<Tuesday, January 1>
<Tuesday, January 1, leap year>
Press and hold down
the (B) button for
more than 2 seconds
Press any button to
manually return to the
normal display
Crown in the normal position
Press and hold down the (B) button for more than 2 seconds to switch the
Local time hour, minute hands to the Leap year, month hands.
Alarm I
Alarm I….Lets you set the desired alarm time quickly and easily. The alarm
rings once at the set time and then cancels the alarm setting.
Setting Alarm I
• The alarm can be set in one-minute increments.
• AM/PM can be determined with the AM/PM hand.
• Alarm hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the (B) button once to advance the alarm hands one minute at a time.
• Press and hold down the (B) button to use the quick-advance feature.
Mode
(A) Cancelling alarm
Alarm ON/OFF
To alarm I mode (1) (C)
(B) (2) Alarm time set
Alarm set (4pm)
AM/PM
• Crown in the normal position
(Example) You want to set the alarm for 4pm today.
(1) Press the ( C) button to move the mode hand to the Alarm I position.
At this time, the hour and minute hands of local time switch to the hour and
minute hands showing current time.
(2) Press the (B) button and set the alarm to 4pm. Always confirm the
AM/PM hand to ensure the proper setting is made.
* When pressed the (B) button the alarm ON/OFF hand indicates the ON state.
NOTE:
When the alarm is set between 12-12.30AM, the alarm hands sweep forward and back in a 30 minute arc and stops at the set time. This is normal
and does not indicate a faulty movement.
(3) Press the ( C) button 5 times when the setting has been completed the
mode hand returns to the day display (normal display).
[ABOUT THE ALARM I]
Alarm I rings for 10 seconds upon reaching the alarm set time. Press any
button to stop the alarm once it has started chiming.
* Cancelling the alarm setting
Press the (A) button in the Alarm I mode to switch the alarm off.
* At this time, the alarm set time returns to the current time display.
* If there is no input for about 1 minute the watch automatically returns
from Alarm mode I to the normal display.
Alarm II
Alarm II (Daily Alarm)… This feature allows the alarm to ring everyday at
the set time.
Setting the Daily alarm (Alarm II)
• The alarm can be set in one-minute increments.
• AM/PM can be determined with the AM/PM hand.
• Alarm hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the (B) button once to advance the hands one minute at a time.
• Press and hold down the (B) button to use the quick-advance feature.
(A) Alarm ON/OFF switch
Mode
Alarm ON/OFF
(B) (2) Alarm time set
To Alarm II mode (1) (C)
AM/PM
• Crown in the normal position
(Example) You want to set the alarm for 6.00am everyday.
(1) Press the ( C) button to move the mode hand to the Alarm II position.
At this time, the Local time hands switch to the alarm hour, minute set
hands and the date hands switches to the Alarm ON/OFF function.
(2) Press the (B) button and set the alarm to 6am. Always confirm the
AM/PM hand to ensure the proper setting is made.
• Pressing the (B) button automatically moves the alarm ON/OFF hand to
the ON position.
NOTE:
When the alarm is set between 12-12.30am the alarm hands sweep forward
and back in a 30 minute arc and stops at the set time. This is normal and does
not indicate a faulty movement.
(3) Press the ( C) button 4 times when the setting is complete to move the
mode hand back to the normal time display.
[ABOUT THE DAILY ALARM (ALARM II)]
Depending on the time of day for which the alarm is set, the watch will sound
3 different alarms.
• Refreshing Sound…..From 04.00am to 11.59am (14-second chime)
• Vibrant sound………From 12.00noon to 5.59pm (15-second chime)
• Relaxing sound……..From 6.00pm to 3.59am (16-second chime)
Press any button to stop the alarm from chiming.
*Cancelling the alarm setting
Press the (A) button in the Alarm II mode to switch the alarm off.
*If there is no input for about 1 minute the watch automatically returns from
Alarm mode II to the normal display.
Local Time (LOCAL TM)
Setting Local Time
• Settings can be made in 30-minute increments.
• Local time hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the (B) button once to advance in 30-minute increments.
• Press and hold down the (B) button to use quick-advance feature.
Mode
(B) (2) Local time set
To LOCAL TM mode (1) (C)
Local time (9.30am)
AM/PM
• Crown in the normal position
(Example) You want to synchronize the current time in Tokyo (5.30pm)
with the local (current) time in Paris (9.30am)
(1) Press the ( C) button to move the mode hand to the LOCAL TM
position. At the same time, the date hand moves to the 12pm (31st) position.
(2) Press the (B) button to set the local time to 9.30am. Always confirm the
AM/PM hand to ensure the proper setting is made.
NOTE:
When the local time is set between 12-12.30am the local time hands sweep
forward and back in a 30 minute arc and stop at the set time. This is normal
and does not indicate a faulty movement.
(3) Press the ( C) button 3 times when the setting is complete to move the
mode hand back to the Day (normal) mode position.
*If there is no input for about 1 minute the watch automatically returns to the
normal display.
Local Time Alarm (LOCAL AL)
Local time alarm (Local AL)…….. This feature allows the alarm to ring
everyday at the set time.
Setting the Local time alarm
• The alarm can be set in one-minute increments.
• AM/PM can be determined with the AM/PM hand.
• Alarm hour, minute hands and AM/PM hand are synchronized.
• Press the (B) button once to advance the hands in one-minute increments.
• Press and hold down the (B) button to use the quick-advance feature.
(A) Alarm ON/OFF switch
Mode
Alarm ON/OFF
To LOCAL AL Mode (1) (C)
(B) (2) Alarm time set
Alarm set hands (10.00am)
AM/PM
• Crown in the normal position
(Example) you want to set the alarm to sound at 10.00am Paris time.
(1) Press the ( C) button to move the mode hand to the LOCAL AL
position. At the same time, the Local time hands switch to the alarm hour,
minute set hands and the date hand switches to the Alarm ON/OFF hand.
(2) Press the (B) button to set the alarm to 10am. Always confirm the
AM/PM hand to ensure the proper setting is made.
• Pressing the (B) button automatically moves the ON/OFF hand to the ON
position.
NOTE:
When the alarm is set between 12-12.30am the alarm hands sweep forward
and back in a 30 minute arc and stop at the set time. This is normal and
does not indicate a faulty movement.
(3) Press the ( C) button 2 times when the setting is complete to move the
mode hand back to the day (normal) mode position.
[ABOUT THE LOCAL TIME ALARM]
The local time alarm will sound at the set time for 16 seconds.
*Press any button to stop the alarm from chiming.
* Cancelling the alarm setting
Press the (A) button in the local time alarm mode to switch the alarm off.
* If there is no input for about 1 minute the watch automatically returns
from local time alarm mode to the normal display.
Seconds Setting
Refer to the 'Seconds adjustment' entry below for instructions on adjusting the
watch within a range of 1/2 minute.
Seconds adjustment
• Crown in the normal position
Second Synchronizing the Main and Sub watch
Mode hand
setting second hands.
(A) (2) (1) Press the ( C) button to move to the
'SEC 0' mode. The date hand switches to
Main
the Sub watch second hand function.
watch
second (2) Press the (A) button once at the sound
hand of a time signal to synchronize both
second hands as shown in the diagram
(1) (C)
below.
Sub
watch
To SEC 0
second hand (3) Press the ( C) button when the setting
mode
is complete to move the normal display.
(The mode hand displays the day mode).
*If there is no input for about 2 minutes the watch automatically returns to the
normal display.
Second hand position
0 - 29 SEC
MAIN
WATCH
Second
Hand
SUB
WATCH
Second
Hand
30 - 59 SEC
Second hand
stops. Movement
begins when Sub
watch second
hand reaches
same position.
Second hand
advances to the
0 position and
begins
movement. The
minute hand
advances one
minute
Second hand
returns to the 0
position and
begins
movement
Second hand
advances to the
0 position and
begins
movement. The
minute hand
advances one
minute.
Sound Monitor
Sound monitor.... The sound monitor feature is used to confirm the alarm
sounds in the Alarm I, Alarm II and Local time alarm modes.
• Crown in the normal position
(1) Press the ( C) button to move the mode hand to the alarm mode you want
to monitor (Alarm I, Alarm II, Local time alarm).
(2) Press the (A) button for more than 2 seconds to activate the sound monitor.
Sound Monitor
Mode
(A)(2)
Press and
hold
down for
more than
2 seconds
(1)(C)
Mode Alarm ON/OFF hand
switch
NOTE:
• Alarm I will only sound when the
ON/OFF hand is in the OFF position.
• Alarm II: Whether the Local Time Alarm
is set to ON or OFF, pressing button (A)
for more than two seconds will activate the
sound monitor. Caution should be exercised at this time because the Local Time
Alarm switch setting will also be changed.
Initial Monitoring
Positioning of the watch's hands …..This feature allows you to check and
confirm the proper position for each of the watch's hands.
Checking the position of the watch's hands.
• Crown in the normal position
* This feature can be used with
Date hand 31st
Day
the mode hand in any position
hand
(A)
(1) Press and hold down the (C)
(SUN)
button for more than 3 seconds to
move the hands to
the following initial positions:
Date hand: 31
(1)(C)
Day hand: SUN
(B)
Press and
AM/PM hand (AM) Local time: 12.00
hold for 3
AM/PM hand: AM
Local time (12.00)
seconds
• If the hands do not move to the above positions, see “INITIAL
SETTING” page 36.
• If there is no input for about 20 seconds the watch will automatically
return to the normal display.
• Press any button to manually return to the normal display.
Initial Setting
If the calendar, local time or various alarm functions of the watch do not
operate correctly, follow the procedures listed below.
*These instructions should always be completed when new batteries are
installed.
Date
<ALL RESET> hand
(1) Pull the crown out to the 2nd
Day
step position (mode hand display:
hand
(2)(A)
SEC 0)
(1)
(2) Press and hold down all the
buttons simultaneously for more
than 2 seconds.
(3)Release all buttons to reset the
watch's hands.
(2)(B)
A confirmation beep will sound
(3)(C)
with the completion of this
operation.
AM/PM hand
Local time hands
<Initial setting operations>
• Crown is in the 2nd position.
“SUN”
31
31
(A)(1)
(1) Press the (A) button to set the date
hand to the “31st” position (12 o'clock).
(2) Press the (B) button to set the Local
time hand to the 12 o'clock
position and AM/PM hand to the (3)(C)
“PM” position.
(4)
(3) Press the ( C) button to set the day
(B)(2)
hand to “SUN”. The day hand may not 12.00
PM
align precisely with the SUN mark but
this does not adversely effect normal watch operations. Set the day hand to
“SUN” even if the hand appears to be correctly positioned.
(4) Push the crown into the normal position to complete setting procedures.
The AM/PM hand will automatically move to the “AM” position.
After setting the hands to the initial position, first refer to section D of the
manual, “SETTING THE TIME” (page 9) to set the watch hands to the
correct time. Then, refer to section E. “SETTING THE CALENDAR” (page
16), and set the calendar to the correct date.
Movement Check
Date hand quick-advance clockwise Date hand quick-advance counter-clockwise
• When the date hand quickadvances in a clockwise direction
this indicates that the “time setting “
between the Main watch and Sub
watch was not successfully
completed.
• See “SETTING THE TIME” (page
10) for further instruction. (Time
setting incomplete warning indication).
• When the date hand quick-advances in a
counter-clockwise direction this indicates
that the “initial setting “ between the Main
watch and Sub watch was not successfully
completed.
• See “INITIAL SETTING” (page 36) for
further instruction. (Initial setting
incomplete warning indication).
Precautions
1. Resistance to water
• Check the following chart to determine the water resistant properties of this
watch.
2. Avoid temperature extremes
• 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.
• Do not leave your watch for long periods of time in extremely cold places.
This may cause your watch to gain or lose time.
• Place your watch on your wrist to restore its original accuracy should it
begin to gain or lose time.
3. Avoid wet conditions
•Do not operate the buttons when your watch is wet.
4. Avoid strong shock
• This watch will withstand the bumps and jars normally incurred while
playing and during sports activities.
• Avoid dropping your watch on the ground or otherwise imparting severe
shock to it.
5. Avoid strong magnetic fields
• Keep your watch out of the immediate vicinity of strong magnets.
Generally, your watch is not affected by magnetic fields from such household
appliances as television sets and stereo equipment.
6. Avoid harmful chemicals, solvents and gases.
• Avoid wearing your watch in the presence of strong chemicals, solvents and
gases. If your watch comes in contact with materials such as gasoline, benzene, paint thinner, alcohol, spray cosmetics, nail polish, nail polish remover,
adhesives or paint, discolouration, deterioration or damage to the case, band
and other components may occur.
Water-resistant
performance
ranking
Indication
A
Watch
Water-related use
Caseback
Light spray,
perspiration, light
face
Swimming etc...
rain, bathing etc...
-
-
NO
NO
-
WATER
RESISTANT
OK
NO
Water
resistant
50M
(5 bar)
WATER
RESISTANT
OK
OK
D
Water
resistant
100M
(10bar)
WATER
RESISTANT
OK
OK
E
Water
resistant
150M
(15 bar)
WATER
RESISTANT
OK
OK
B
C
Skin diving
Scuba diving
(without air tank)
(with air tank)
NO
NO
Not water resistant,
keep away from water
NO
NO
Water resistant, can withstand
light spray, perspiration etc...
NO
NO
Suitable swimming, not diving
OK
OK
Suitable for skin diving
OK
OK
Water-resistant characteristics
Suitable for scuba diving
NB Always set the crown in the normal position. Tighten screwlock crown.
7. Keep your watch clean
• 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, turn the crown
freely back and forth occasionally while it is in the normal set position.
• 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
rashes. A watchband will easily become soiled with dust and perspiration
because it is in direct contact with the skin. Even a stainless steel or goldplated band may begin to corrode if it has not been cleaned for a long period of time.
• Mesh bands, because the meshes are very fine, will lose their particular
“flexibility” if they are left soiled for a long time.
• Metal watchbands should be washed periodically to keep them looking
beautiful at all times. Metal watchbands are usually washed with a brush in
mild, soapy water and wiped thoroughly with a soft, absorbent cloth to make
sure all water is removed. Pay attention to prevent any water from getting
inside your watch when the band is washed.
8. Periodic Inspection
• Getting your watch checked once every year or two is recommended to
ensure long use and trouble-free operation.
9. Be sure to keep the batteries out of reach of infants and small children. Should accidental ingestion occur, consult a doctor at once.
18. Specifications
1. Type: Multi-hand analogue quartz watch.
2. Quartz oscillation frequency: 32,768 hertz
3. Accuracy: + 20 seconds per month at normal temperatures 5 C to 35 C/ (41 F to 95 F)
4. Effective temperature range: -10 C to 60 C (14 F to 140 F)
5. Converters: Bipolar step motors ( 4 pcs)
6. Additional features
Hand display calendar
Day, date (normal display): Month, leap year display dependent on push button switching.
Leap year/end-of-month automatic adjustment.
Alarm I: Alarm rings once at set time (Setting is cancelled)
Alarm II: Alarm rings every day at set time (daily alarm)
Local time: Hour, minute, AM/PM indication, 30-minute increment settings
Local time alarm: Alarm rings every day at set (local) time. Alarm I, II, Local time alarm
can all be set in one-minute increments.
Time Signal chime (Repeater): Two different sound chimes for hour, quarter hour, and
minute signals are used to indicate the current time.
Sound monitor: Allows confirmation of all Alarm I, II, Local time alarm sound
Alarm Accuracy: Within + one minute of the set alarm time.
Other: Incomplete time settings warning indication.
Incomplete initial settings warning indication.
7. Battery: 1 Silveroxide cell Battery No.280-44 (SR927W)
8. Battery Life
About 2 years Alarm I (10 sec): once /2 days
About 2 years Alarm II (16 sec): once/day
Local time Alarm (15 sec): once/4 days
Time signal chime (17 sec): once/day
The life of the battery sec is dependent on the amount of alarm use.
9. IC:1 CMOS-LSI
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