20 Most Recent Citizen Blue Angels Skyhawk Watch Questions & Answers


They are supposed to move in unison, if you are setting the digital time and the analog is not moving, there is a problem with the watch and it could need service. Here is a link to the manual for the watch, the movement for the Blue Angels is a C300 and you will see the manual also states the time mechanisms move in tandem.
http://www.citizenwatch.jp/support/pdf/coa/c300.pdf

Citizen does have service centers all over the globe, I am sure you can get the watch fixed if it does need service, You can find the local service center at the Citizen web site. Hope that helps.

Citizen Blue... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


Hi ...
Oh yes, a problem which I also had :) easy to overlook this moment - even in the original instructions. Very accurate description of all the features of Citizen Ana Digi Temp - including how to set the time - and Synchronize Analog and Digital watch, you will find on
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Citizen Blue... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


You will find manual in my tips.

Citizen Blue... | Answered on Feb 16, 2014


The first very important thing to figure out is what caliber movement are you trying to set, a lot of people get frustrated when attempting to set their watch because they were using the wrong set of setting instructions.
Citizen released 2 versions of the Blue Angels Skyhawk, the only difference is one is titanium and the other stainless steel, both have very similar model numbers: JY0040-59L and JY0050-55L. The same caliber movement was used in both models, which is the caliber U60 atomic timekeeping movement.
NOTE: The watch must be able to detect radio waves during setting.
Citizen provides excellent and easy to follow setting instructions on their website, simply go to http://citizenwatch.com confirm your location, input your watch model in the search box located in the header section of the site, in this case we are searching for Skyhawk. Select your timepiece from the search results and click on the setting instructions link located below the image of the watch. There is a .pdf version and a video clip I would recommend to familiarize yourself with both. We're here to help, if you encounter any difficulty along the way give us a call at (212) 840-0441, or visit our website http://www.watchrepairny.com/our-services/
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Citizen Blue... | Answered on Nov 26, 2013


you have to perform a reset to zeros and then reset the time. get the manual here
http://www.citizenwatches.com.au/instruction-manuals
it is C300.

Citizen Blue... | Answered on Nov 11, 2013


If your watch is battery powered, it may be time to replace the battery

Citizen Blue... | Answered on Jul 28, 2013


You can get instructions from the Citizen web site.

Go to "citizen.com" and on the upper right there is a menu. Click on "technical
support" and then on "setting instructions"

Fill in the information required from the back of your watch and then click on
"get setting instructions"


or

Go to "citizen.com" and click on "watch finder".

Put your watch model into the search box on the left and click on
"search".
Click on the watch to view details.
On the right is a small menu, click on "get technical info"

On the right you you will see a list of instructions you can download.

Citizen Blue... | Answered on Mar 26, 2013

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