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Trying to date a watch engraved with M. ____ Geneve on inside. it also says fine silver with te number 65975 over it. Large "N" ingraved with number and below it says STEMWINDER and M. _____ Geneve below that. Double sided pocket watch with Golden Gate Bridge on one side and another bridge/place on other. We're searching for a time period and possible. It does NOT work. Thank you

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Ask at a jeweller.

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SOURCE: Tag Heuer Ladies Professoinal 2000

Hi Dude, it's one of those things your going to cuss once you know. Just unscrew the Bezel.Thats it. Steve 

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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SOURCE: GapKids Digital Watch - Need to know how to set

Light button is A
Mode button is B
Start button is C
Reset button is D

Standard Time Adjustment:
1) To set time, date, etc. press button B three times (assuming you start in standard time display mode)
2) Press button D until the area you'd like to change is flashing. (i.e.: minutes, date, day, etc.)
3) Press button C to change. Press once for one unit increment of change. Hold for 3 seconds for speedy advance.
4) Press D again until the next area you'd like to change is flashing.
5) At completion of changes press Button B to resume standard time display mode.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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SOURCE: SET THE TIME ON MY TOZAI ALARM CHRONOGRAPH WATCH

Here is a copy of the instructions.

http://www.tissot.ch/virtualdata/usersmanual/138-en.pdf

Also a Youtube link that will help if your not clear. This one is best shown how as opposed to me typing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jm73y5o-Fqw

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to set time on WalMart TGHK watch.

If its digital that makes it more difficult to give setting directions online. Need to know the exact model #. I would do a google search to try and find your watch and you might find a manual online. OR you could seek out a local watch repair business and they should be able to set it with no problems. Most Sears have a watch repair kiosk in their stores! I woudlnt take it back to Walmart because they are just sales people! They have limited watch knowledge!

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

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SOURCE: configuring time, date etc for my O.T.S watch

http://www.worldofsportwatch.com/en/product-3315.html
This is a link to a website that has OTS watches on it. Click on the OTS watch you have and there is a manual selection. The instructions are a bit hazy but basically you have to press the mode button 3 times, the reset button to get to what you want to change, and then the start button as many times as needed to change it to what you want. I finally corrected my watch time and date using it. Thankfully!

Posted on Jan 07, 2011

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Feel the weight of the watch - is it heavy? Examine the watch carefully - does it look like a top quality item? Is the watch casing as well finished on the back as on the front? Look very carefully at the dial - is the lettering crisply printed on it? A quality manufacturer like Bulgari would not produce a watch with a face that was anything less than perfect - no smudged lettering, no glue residues , no misaligned batons and no spelling mistakes.
Where did you get the watch? - if it was bought on an auction site for way below it's true worth then it's almost certainly fake.

However, if you obtained it from a reputable source, look on the side of the watch case - each watch is individually numbered.
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  • Take a look at the second hand. Is it ticking or is it sweeping? If it's ticking, that's your fake. A Rolex second hand sweeps around in one continuous motion. But beware, as of 2005, the good fakes have caught up to this technology.
  • Look for the small engraved crown at the 6 o'clock mark on the crystal. Most fakes will have some sort of large, obvious version of a crown, but this mark on a real Rolex is almost impossible to spot with the naked eye.
  • Look for the word "Rolex" and the watch's serial number engraved at 6 o'clock under the crystal on the area between the crystal and the dial. While many fake Rolex watches post-2005 have this feature, they're usually printed, not engraved.
  • Most new Rolex models have an added model number engraved at the end of the watch end-link. This engraving includes the band model and two tiny Rolex crowns. Your good fakes will have something similar, but not all three indicators.
  • If you're being sold an authentic Rolex (in good condition and in perfect working order) for anything less than $500, become suspicious. If it's in nice shape, it doesn't really lose a lot of appreciation, and in some cases, it increases in value.

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