Question about Watches
Read the manual.
No Seriously, I think your problem may be because the Date Change mechanism is already engaged between 9pm and 3am, if you atempt to change the date during this period is will damage the watch requiring its return to Breitling for repair.
Always ensure its not between 9pm and 3am before changing date either by setting the time forward or using the quick date change mode.
And seriously, read this section of the manual carefully.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
You're not supposed to change the time at certain times if it is an automatic. I think any time after 8pm and before 4am (but check your manual). Apparently it messes up the mechanism. Maybe that's the issue?
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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One other note.
The COSC number generally refers to the movement number not the case number.
Inspect the hang tags that came with the watch.. the movement number may be referred to on one of them... or to the COSC certificate.
Otherwise the only way the movement number can be viewed is to remove the back.
Watches have several numbers.. reference and serial.
A - Stainless Steel
13 - Caliber
3 - Certified
40 - Model (Super Ocean)
The case will have a number the movement and the bracelet.. the crystal etc etc.
When you have the watch serviced.. have them write the movement number down for you.. for comparison.
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