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Ignore the instructions I found its not as easy as they say first you need to sync the digital and analog to do this press all four buttons at once and hold for 3 secs tho sets the digital clock to 12 Now press mode till you see h-s hold reset till h-s flashes hold the start button in the analog will start moving its slow so be patient set analogue to 12 exactly ignore the minutes that have passed press preset the minute hand will automatically adjust once done press mode go to the main watch screen hold preset use mode to select hours minutes date year month etc and start to change the values keep it on 12 not 24 hour clock set the clock and press preset the analog will now automatically adjust to the time once done you can change to 24 hr mode if you wish
Make sure the clock is in the normal clock-display mode, not in a "set" mode. Press the minute key (again, while not in a set-anything mode) and you will see the hourly announcement toggle on and off. The person who designed it that way needs a good kick right in the bracket.
Time and date setting are only necessary if automatic setting by radio broadcast is unsuccessful. To set time, date, and options: 1) With time and day showing, press and hold SET. 2) City code flashes. Press START/STOP to select city that represents your time zone. See table below for city codes. 3) Press MODE. DST (daylight savings time) setting flashes. Press START/STOP to select AUTO (obey setting in radio signal), ON, or OFF (disregarding setting in radio signal for ON/OFF). 4) Press MODE. Hour flashes. Press START/STOP to change hour (including AM/PM); hold button to scan values 5) Press MODE. Minutes flash. Press START/STOP to change minutes 6) Press MODE. Seconds flash. Press START/STOP to set seconds to zero. 7) Press MODE. Year flashes. Press START/STOP to change year. 8) Press MODE. Month flashes. Press START/STOP to change month. 9) Press MODE. Day flashes. Press START/STOP to change day. 10) Press MODE. Date flashes. Press START/STOP to select M-D (month-day) or D-M (day-month) format. 11) Press MODE. Hourly chime setting flashes. Press START/STOP to select ON/OFF. When ON is selected, watch chimes on every hour. 12) Press MODE. Button beep setting flashes. Press START/STOP to select ON/OFF. When ON is selected, watch beeps for every button press. 13) Press SET, at any step, when done setting. Press and hold MODE to switch between 12- and 24-hour time format. Press SET to view date. Year is at top of display and date is below. Press RECEIVE to view current city. Press and hold RECEIVE to begin manual reception of time signal, as described in ATOMIC CLOCK SYNCHRONIZATION section.
click on mode or setting option.then you will see the default time.edit it..try to change it using select or any mode available.there you can see 24hr clock and 12 hr clock.select which one you want.if it is in 12 hr then the time will be displaying like eg:7:00am or 7:00pm it means that it is in twelve hours.if it is showing 7:00 or 19:00 it means it is in 24hr clock.
Press the mode button until you find the setting for 24 hour or 12 hour setting. (It is likely that the message will be abbreviated because of the limitations of the display, so some interpretation may be needed.).
You change the setting by pressing one of the other buttons on your watch - some experimenting may be needed.
Hi I was having a hard time with this too, but luckily I found my leaflet.
To set time: Press Mode 1 time Press Set 2 times/ press up or down for hour Press Set again for minute Continue Pressing Set (up to 6 times) until everything is set Back to normal mode- Press Mode 4 times To toggle between 12 hr and 24 hr, press Mode 1 time
To Set an Alarm: Press Mode 2 times Press Set 1 times for hour, continue pressing set like you did for the clock. Back to normal mode Press Mode 3 times To cancel Alarm Press Mode 2 times and Set 5 times
To use 12- or 24-hour time for your watch, please follow the instructions below.
1. Press and hold the "Set" button for 2 seconds. The "Set" button is on the lower right side.
2. Press the "Date Advance" button on the upper right side. This will reset the seconds.
3. Press the "Change Mode" button on the lower left to set the hour. The hour will flash. Press the "Date Advance" button until the correct hour is displayed.
4. Press the "Change Mode" button again to set the correct 10s unit (first digit 1 or 0) for the minutes. Press the "Date Advance" button until the correct first digit of the minutes is displayed. Repeat this step to set the second digit of the minutes.
5. Repeat Steps 1 through 4 of this section to set the year, month, date and day and whether to use 12- or 24-hour time for your watch.
6. When finished, press the "Set" button (on the lower right) to return to the current time view and lock in your settings.
Hold down the adjust button bottom right then press the mode button top left you will notice the a or p that stands for am/pm will disappear & reappear. If you have an a or p on your display then you are out of military time.