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Re: set alarm on ultmost watch
First look for the set button then press it ,a long press and If it is blinking that's the time you to select the hour ,the minutes,the day/date,the alarms and the special features of your watch.The right button the up and down or for scrolling.Try all of this so your time will set.
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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.
Make sure the clock is in the normal clock-display mode, not in a "set" mode. Press the hour key (again, while not
in a set-anything mode) and you will see the alarm toggle
on and off (also, with a snooze option in the middle there). I hope the engineer who made the clock so confusing gets a lump of coal for Christmas.
Watches, well most quartz anyway, are programmed to alert it's wearer to the fact that the battery in the watch is growing weak and needs to be replaced. There are watches that use a 2 second split and then there are those, like my Bucherer quartz that hops at 5 second intervals. Remember, just because you put a "new in the package" battery in your watch does not guarantee that it is new by way of battery power. Some batteries go completely dead while sitting on shelves waiting to be sold. For those of you that don't know, take it from a man of experience, never... ever... ever... store loose change and opened, new or used, coin or watch batteries in the same junk drawer. They will combine chemically to cook off the battery cells like a .22 rounds and pieces can fly pretty fast. Have a great day!
Hello I was in the same problem the last 5 hours causea icant find my owner manual, i put a new battery on my "oldie" but great watch and pusshin and seting i got it....
You have to put in "alarm mode", remember you have to push BOTON MODE. Then you will be at "stand by mode", "data bank(phone) mode", "world time mode", "alarm mode" "chrono mode", and set (analog watch) mode"
then you are in "alarm mode" then push "REV and FWD BOTONS" at the same time, one time, or two times or three times, until the "beep icon and bell icon" are in ON mode
Instructions are on the inside of the back cover:
1. short circuit AC and the battery clamp.
2. the hands will rotate once clockwise
3. in the chime mode, pull out the crown and set the hands to the 12:00 position
4. Return the crown to normal position, change to time mode and set the desired time
No, there is nothing wrong with the alarm in your watch. The sound in all watches are generated by passing vibrations to the metal tweeter which is connected to the watch caseback inside the watch. As the surface of the watch is quite small, there is not efficient power to spred the vibrations over the caseback surface, hence low volume of the alarm. No wristwatch in the world is capable of loud alarm sound yet. This is something the scientists have to work with. The plastic protector is definetly affecting the volume. Take it off and you will notice slightly better sound. This protector actually is ment to protect watch caseback from scratches prior to selling it to the customer and have no use after that. In fact it only collects the dirt and bacteria and can affect your skin as the caseback as well. Another sound improvement can be the new battery if the original is underpowered. Alarm feature uses the most of the energy stored in battery and the power consumption is higher than all watch movement parts put together.