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- CHARACTERISTICS
1. Stopwatch: Measures up to 9 hours, 59 minutes,
59 seconds and 99 with 1 ¤ 100 second readout.
• Lap time measurement: Up to 9 lap times
can be measured. The lap time difference and
the fastest lap time are calculated and displayed
during the measurement.
2. Time/calendar display: Hour, minutes, seconds,
month, date and day of the week.
• Automatic calendar adjustment: Calendar
adjusts automatically for odd and even months
including February of leap years, but not for
February of common years.
• Time indication: Changeover between 12-
and 24-hour indications is possible.
3. Daily alarm: The alarm can be set to ring on a
24-hour basis.
4. Dual time: Time of a different time zone can be
set and displayed.
5. Stroke function: The watch can be set to beep
at a selected rate to serve as a pacemaker in
jogging, etc.
6. Countdown timer: Up to 9 hours 59 minutes
and 59 seconds can be set in seconds.
Lap time measurement
• “Lap time” refers to an elapsed time required to
cover a given section of the whole distance.
1. At the start of the activity, depress button “D” to
start the stopwatch.
2. At the end of the first lap, depress button “A”.
The first lap time and lap number are displayed,
though the second lap time is being measured
internally.
3. Depress button “A” to release the lap time before
the end of the second lap. The first lap time and
lap number disappear, and the measurement in
progress and “0” are displayed in place of the lap
time and lap number, respectively.
4. At the end of the second lap, depress button “A”.
The second lap time and lap number are displayed,
though the third lap time is being measured
internally.
5. Measurement and release of the lap time can be
repeated by depressing button “A”.
6. At the end of the activity, follow either of the two
methods below.
a. To display the final lap time, depress button
“A”. Then, depress button “A” to release the
lap time, and depress button “D” to stop the
measurement.
* The time displayed when button “D” is depressed
is not the total elapsed time of the
activity, that is, the time that elapsed from
the start until the end of the activity but the
time that elapsed from the start until the
stop of the measurement.
b. To display the total elapsed time of the activity,
depress button “D” to stop the measurement.
7. Depress button “B” to reset the stopwatch.
Stopwatch operation
Depress button “C” to show the stopwatch display.
Start Stop Restart Stop Reset
Accumulate repeatedly by
depressing button “D”.
Accumulated elapsed time measurement
D D D D B
Notes:
1. When a lap time measured is the fastest among
the lap times previously measured, a short beep
rings to signal that the memory has been updated
with the new fastest lap time.
2. The lap number counts up to “9”. After “9”, the
number returns to “1”.
• While a lap time is being displayed, depress button
“B”. With each depression of the button, the
difference between the displayed lap time and the
previous lap time is displayed in the following
order.
Latest lap time ® Lap time difference
Fastest lap time ¬
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The selection of the display can be made in the
following order with each depression of button “C”.
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* A flashing display mark indicates that the corresponding
function is in use.

- HOW TO USE THE STOPWATCH
• The stopwatch can measure up to 9 hours, 59
minutes, 59 seconds and 99 in 1¤ 100 seconds.
* Even if the stopwatch display is changed to another
while the measurement is in progress, it continues
counting properly. After the stopwatch is used,
however, be sure to reset it as the battery energy
is consumed enormously to shorten the battery
life.

Stopwatch display mark
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Stopwatch operation
Depress button “C” to show the stopwatch display.
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• “Lap time” refers to an elapsed time required to
cover a given section of the whole distance.
1. At the start of the activity, depress button “D” to
start the stopwatch.
2. At the end of the first lap, depress button “A”.
The first lap time and lap number are displayed,
though the second lap time is being measured
internally.
3. Depress button “A” to release the lap time before
the end of the second lap. The first lap time and
lap number disappear, and the measurement in
progress and “0” are displayed in place of the lap
time and lap number, respectively.
4. At the end of the second lap, depress button “A”.
The second lap time and lap number are displayed,
though the third lap time is being measured
internally.
5. Measurement and release of the lap time can be
repeated by depressing button “A”.
6. At the end of the activity, follow either of the two
methods below.
a. To display the final lap time, depress button
“A”. Then, depress button “A” to release the
lap time, and depress button “D” to stop the
measurement.
* The time displayed when button “D” is depressed
is not the total elapsed time of the
activity, that is, the time that elapsed from
the start until the end of the activity but the
time that elapsed from the start until the
stop of the measurement.
b. To display the total elapsed time of the activity,
depress button “D” to stop the measurement.
7. Depress button “B” to reset the stopwatch.

Notes:
1. When a lap time measured is the fastest among
the lap times previously measured, a short beep
rings to signal that the memory has been updated
with the new fastest lap time.
2. The lap number counts up to “9”. After “9”, the
number returns to “1”.

Lap time difference and the fastest lap time
• While a lap time is being displayed, depress button
“B”. With each depression of the button, the
difference between the displayed lap time and the
previous lap time is displayed in the following
order.
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• The lap time difference is displayed without a plus
or minus sign. Instead, the lap number of the
faster lap time is always displayed at the right of
the “–” mark.
Ex.)
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Notes: 1. While the measurement in progress is shown
on the display, the lap time difference
and the fastest lap time cannot be shown
by depressing button“B”.
2. While the latest lap time, lap time difference
or the fastest lap time is shown on
the display, the display cannot be changed
to another by depressing button “C”.

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* With each depression of button “A”, month and day
are displayed alternately.
* With each depression of button “D”, the display
changes over between the 12- and 24-hour indications.
1. Depress button “C” to show the time/calendar
display.
2. Depress button “B” to show the time/calendar
setting display. The second digits start flashing.
3. Selection of the digits to be adjusted (flashing)
is made in the following order by depressing
button “D”.
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4. Depress button “A” to set the flashing digits.
One digit is advanced with each depression of
button “A”. Digits except seconds move quickly
by keeping button “A” depressed.
5. After all the adjustments are completed, depress
button “C” to return to the time/calendar display.

Seconds setting
When the seconds digits are flashing, depress button
“A” in accordance with a time signal. The seconds
are reset to “00” and start immediately.

Note: When setting the hour digits in the 12-hour
indication, check that AM/PM is properly
set. Only “PM” is displayed and there is no
indication for the AM setting. In the 24-
hour indication, there is no indication.

Jun 29, 2008 | Sportline 1000 Memory watch

1 Answer

Time cannot be set on my pulsar w861-x002. I see a post for the same problem but no answer?


I replaced my battery too...same watch same ugly condition where you can't set time nor does the light work.

I do know what the problem is: there was an ultra small copperish spring...about 1/6 the size of the other little wire spring that you have to short with twizers to reset time. Anyway, I lost this part...and even if I found it, I wouldn't know where it goes. I came on-line to find where the missing part goes...but everyone has the same issue as me. any jeweler would loose this parts just like me...it's the master contact the enables power to all the side pushbuttons...w/o it you're dead in the water. best wishes, mark

Mar 14, 2011 | Watches

1 Answer

I need manual for pq2003


the manual for PQ2003 is on the world website for Pulsar under the W861 PDF.

Sep 23, 2010 | Watches

3 Answers

I have a Pulsar w861-x002. The battery went dead, so I took the watch to a jewelry store (that also sells Pulsar watches). They replaced the battery, but now the time/year/and everything else cannot be...


I replaced my battery too...same watch same ugly condition where you can't set time nor does the light work.

I do know what the problem is: there was an ultra small copperish spring...about 1/6 the size of the other little wire spring that you have to short with twizers to reset time. Anyway, I lost this part...and even if I found it, I wouldn't know where it goes. I came on-line to find where the missing part goes...but everyone has the same issue as me. any jeweler would loose this parts just like me...it's the master contact the enables power to all the side pushbuttons

Sep 15, 2010 | Watches

1 Answer

How to set the time on a pulsar W861-X002


go to acash.com. I put a scanned manual for my W860 up there.

Oct 20, 2009 | Pulsar Watches

1 Answer

The hour & minute hands on my pulsar nx14-x001 do not move. the second hand quivers, but also does not move. the digital time and other functions are okay. HELP!


Without knowing the model of the watch i would say you need a new battery. It is typical for this style of watch to have two batteries or one lithium battery. In either case the analog movement will drain faster than the digital portion of the watch and will stop working first.

Sep 21, 2009 | Pulsar Watches

3 Answers

Cannot set the analog time on the Casio 2747.


In timekeeping mode press bottom left button 6x to enter setting mode.
Then hold down top left button until digital time flashes, which indicates your in analog time setting mode. press bottom right button to set the time.
If you hold down bottom right, it will set time at a faster speed.
Hope this helps

May 25, 2009 | Casio AW80-7AV Wrist Watch

2 Answers

No watch instructions


send me a private mail and i will send you the instructions by return. my address is bayliss_peter at hotmail.com

Feb 16, 2008 | Sportline 1000 Memory watch

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