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How to chage time on calypso watch

It has red sides and its water resist

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    i have a baby g watch and i cant set it

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This is suppose to be an auto setting watch, see Support FAQ link...
http://www.baby-g.com/support/

Find the manual here...
http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

  • Ricky Ostrom
    Ricky Ostrom Nov 20, 2008

    Oh, your in the Baby G watch area asking about another brand!



  • Ricky Ostrom
    Ricky Ostrom Nov 20, 2008

    Who makes the watch?

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