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    NON CALENDAR WATCHES:
    Set the crown in position “C” to set the time. Pulling out the crown also
    stops the watch from running, which will save battery drain when watch is
    not in use.
    CALENDAR WATCHES:
    SETTING THE TIME:
    Set the crown in position “C” as illustrated. This will cause the watch to
    stop running. Then set the time normally, and return crown to normal
    position. If you wish to set the watch according to an official time signal,
    stop the second hand as above and start it when it agrees with this signal.
    Take note whether your watch is currently in the a.m. or p.m. (12-hour)
    setting, as the calendar date will change at 12:00 midnight.
    SETTING THE DATE:
    Set the crown in position “B”. Then turn the crown to change the date.
    DAY AND DATE WATCHES:
    SETTING THE TIME:
    Same as in CALDENDAR WATCHES.
    SETTING DAY AND DATE:
    Set the crown in position “B” as illustrated. Then turn the crown up or
    down to change the day or date. Return the crown to position “A”.
    NOTES:
    1) Please note that the date indicator on this watch changes at midnight.
    However, the function of changing the day indicator can take from 9:00
    P.M. to 4:00 A.M. of the following morning.It is recommended that the
    day and date not be changed during this period as this may lead to a
    malfunction in the setting mechanism.
    2) To maintain high accuracy, it is advisable to avoid strong shocks or
    extremely high or low temperatures.
    3) The day of the week will remain in ENGLISH once initially set to
    ENGLISH.
    FOR DIGITAL WATCHES
    Please follow the operating instructions that apply to your particular
    watch.
    FOR WATCHES SPECIFICALLY MARKED “WATER RESISTANT”
    � Crown must be in closed (”Normal”) position to remain water resistant.
    � Do not operate crown or pushers when watch is wet or submerged in water.
    � If the watch is used in water, or if it is wet, wipe it thoroughly dry.
    � If it is exposed to sea water, rinse it in fresh water and then wipe it dry.
    � 30M » rain showers, shallow swimming � 50M » swimming, shallow diving.
    � 100M » snorkeling, scuba diving to depths not requiring helium gas.