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Nixon 'The Unit' Round Digital Watch instructions

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2A
PRESS the EL button to activate the light.
2B
PRESS MODE button to switch between Time Mode and Alarm
Mode. Time mode is recognizable by the flashing colon.
In the time mode the current time or dual time is shown.
By setting this display to another timezone it can be used
as dual time.
NOTE: This is not recommended if you plan to use the
alarm. The alarm relates only to the time on the digital
display, not the analog display.
2C
PRESS EL button to turn alarm on and off in alarm mode. In
alarm mode, the alarm time is shown.


setting
IN TIME MODE
3A
PRESS and HOLD MODE button to set time
3B
PRESS EL button to advance time.
3C
PRESS MODE to change between hours and minutes
until you reach the correct time.
PRESS and HOLD MODE to exit time setting.

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