Question about Festina Watches
...date without turning 24 hours ? mcdevito75 here, Most day / Date or just date watches with a stem (winder) even if they are quartz have a 2 position stem. Smply slip a fingernail under the crown and ...
Question about Watches
...position this should allow you to adjust the DATE (number) by turning the crown 1 way or the other, set the date 1 day before the date you need then go around the 24 hours to set the date you
24 hours to have the date change at midnite and not 12 noon. If the date keeps falling back to previous, the date wheel maybe loose in that case you can find a small watch repair shop inyour area, but
...the stem has those 2 positions. Set the date to the date before the date you want then push the stem back in, Now pull the stem out and go around the 24 hours to set the date and time of day you
...24 hours to adjust the Day-Date. Not all watches have a quickset, but I'm sure your Timex does. Unscrew the crown from the stem by turning it counter clockwise until it is free from the threads. At ...
...date. Second click out changes the time but both hour and 24 hour hands move. Thankyou Kurt first click changes the date if you turn one way, but turning thr other way should change the 24 hour
the date easily, change the date to 1 date before the date you want, now go thru the watches 24 hour cycle to get to the date you need. Now the watch is set and will change on time at around mid--nite
Question about Seiko Watches
...of day turn sten the complete 24 hour cycle to achieve the correct date and time of day. Now your watches day and date are set and will change to the next day date on time, around Mid nite 1 --2
...24 hours to get to the date you want. It may take practise but that first position should be there, Set the date to 1 day before the date you need, then set the watch normally the full 24 hour cycle ...
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