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Armitron black all sports watch WR 165

This watch was a gift to us without any manual or instructions. It is set on military time which is accurate. How do we use the four buttons to reset the time? We do not want to use military time.

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Download a manual from their web site to tell you how you how to set it. See download web site below.


http://www.armitron.com/watch_instructions.asp

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There is no manual for the WR165 (40/8083) on the Armitron website.

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Check manualfox.com
They have the WR165 manual listed on their site.

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