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A watch is only useful if it displays the correct time. Over time, your watch may display the incorrect time as the battery wears down. After installing a new battery, you will also need to reset the time. All Invicta watches have similar instructions for setting the time. Setting the time does not require any tools or equipment.
I have the same clock. Here's what I did to re-set it after changing batteries: After replacing batteries, use the turn dial to set the correct time. Press the RED button 6 times, wait for it to go through that series of chimes, then press the button again to set the time. Example: Press RED button 6 times. Wait for it to chime. Press RED button the correct number of times for the hour to be set. For 5:00, press the button 5 times, etc. I lost the directions to my clock, and I am posting this from memory and also just had to re-set mine and it works OK now. Hope this helps!
I am not American, so I am not familiar with the definition of "EST" or which of the four "city" settings is correct for you.
Having read the instructions I see that for America you have to select "USA" first and then the appropriate city, have you done this?. The list of four options covers 4 time zones, so you should be able to get the correct time for your area.
When I bought an atomic watch recently, I had to leave it overnight to catch the timekeeping signals. I see that you posted your question only 14 hours ago. How long have you had it. GIve your watch a day or so for it to latch on to the correct time.
Check that the "autoreceive" is "on".
Check that the daylight saving time (DST) is correctly set. The manuals indicate that some areas may not be using it?
Keep trying - it is nice to have a watch that is always correct!
Correct technique definitely is CLOCKWISE ONLY. You are unbelievably lucky person if did not damage striking mechanism within 25 years while adjusting hands anti clockwise. If I'd have such a luck, I'd try to play lottery. :))
You need to manually adjust or set the hands to the home position as they are not where the watch thinks they should be. This can happen when you bring your watch close to a strong magnetic field. Look in the manual to do this. Afterwards your watch should set to the correct time.