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Need instruction book for watch with many features

I have an Atech Navigator watch, which includes altimeter, barometric pressure, weather forecast, temperature and humidity as well as many time functions (time, date, stopwatch etc). I need an instruction book for it: the store where I bought it did not have one and could not get one. I thought it would be easy to find on the net but haven't succeeded yet! I have not been able to get one from the Atech website. Can anyone help?

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