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Dive Style Watches (200M Water Resistance)


Note: This watch is not an ISO 6425 rated diver, though does have a rated water resistance of 200M. Thus is not recommended to use this watch for SCUBA unless used as a backup to a dive watch or dive computer or slate.

Your watch is equipped with an automatic movement that gets energy from the motion of your wrist. It is also possible to use the crown to manually wind your watch. When fully wound, the watch will have a power reserve of about 40 hours. If the watch is left idle, or not wound, for more than 40 hours, it will stop and you will need to restart it.

Starting and setting the watch::

1) Unscrew the crown by turning it counter-clockwise. Unscrew until it ‘pops’ out.

2) Turn the crown clockwise to wind it. You will feel resistance as the spring winds. This is normal. Once it has sufficient winding, the seconds hand will start moving. You can continue to wind for a few more turns.

3) Pull the crown out two clicks. Rotate the crown clockwise, and the time will advance. To determine AM/PM, rotate through 12:00. If the date changes, then the watch is now in AM. Set the time to the local time. NOTE: the day is in two languages, and will flip twice; once around 1am and again around 3am to come back to the chosen language.

4) Push the crown in one click (or push all the way in, and pull out one click). Rotate clockwise to change the day, counter-clockwise to change the date. You also set the 2nd language in this fashion. NOTE: DO NOT CHANGE THE DAY-DATE BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9PM AND 3AM. DOING SO WILL DAMAGE THE INTERNAL DAY/DATE SET AND VOID THE WARRANTY. If you need to set the day/date within this ‘danger zone’, first set time outside this danger zone, and then set the day-date, then re-adjust the time

5) Push the crown and turn clockwise until it is fully seated.

6) Deviation in timekeeping is expected in automatic-mechanical movements, and time adjustments weekly are expected. If you need to adjust the time, follow the above steps to change the time.

Before using in any water activity, ensure the crown is fully screwed down. After use in salt water, it is recommended to rinse the watch in fresh water thoroughly, and turn the bezel, to work out any salt-sediment that may have become lodged in it.

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Aviator-Pilot Style Watches (100M Water Resistance)


Your watch is equipped with an automatic movement that gets energy from the motion of your wrist. It is also possible to use the crown to manually wind your watch. When fully wound, the watch will have a power reserve of about 40 hours. If the watch is left idle, or not wound, for more than 40 hours, it will stop and you will need to restart it.

Starting and setting the watch::

1) Unscrew the crown by turning it counter-clockwise. Unscrew until it ‘pops’ out.

2) Turn the crown clockwise to wind it. You will feel resistance as the spring winds. This is normal. Once it has sufficient winding, the seconds hand will start moving. You can continue to wind for a few more turns.

3) Pull the crown out two clicks. Rotate the crown clockwise, and the time will advance. To determine AM/PM, rotate through 12:00. If the date changes, then the watch is now in AM. Set the time to the local time.

4) Push the crown in one click (or push all the way in, and pull out one click). Rotate clockwise to change the date, counter-clockwise to change the day. You also set the 2nd language in this fashion. NOTE: DO NOT CHANGE THE DATE BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9PM AND 3AM. DOING SO WILL DAMAGE THE INTERNAL DATE SET AND VOID THE WARRANTY. If you need to set the date within this ‘danger zone’, first set time outside this danger zone, and then set the date, then re-adjust the time

5) Push the crown and turn clockwise until it is fully seated.

6) Deviation in timekeeping is expected in automatic-mechanical movements, and time adjustments weekly are expected. If you need to adjust the time, follow the above steps to change the time.

Before using in any activity where the watch might get wet, ensure the crown is fully seated. While the aviator-pilot watches are rated at 100 meters water resistance, we don't recommend wearing it for swimming or diving.