Question about Watches
Trying to set watch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Watch is missing user guide,
To set a basic wristwatch, simply pull the crown (the winder button at
the 3:00 position on 99% of watches) out gently - it will click into
adjusting position. Wind to send time and then push back in again.
Variations on this are: If you have a watch with date display, the crown will have 2 positions, the first click will be to set the date and the second click (fully out) is to set time. If you need to adjust the date, I suggest you wind the date to the day before you need and then use the second click to wind the hands to the correct date. This way you will be able to know if you have the hour at a.m or p.m position and avoid it have the date changing during the day instead of at night.
One last variation for wristwatches is a screw down crown. Some water resistant and sports models incorporate an added feature whereby the crown is threaded so it can be tightened down to avoid water entering - the most common place water gets into a watch! If you have one of these, you simply need to screw the crown anticlockwise until it pops out and then refer to the instructions above. Don't forget to push and screw the crown back in clockwise when you are done
Posted on May 04, 2011
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