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Nelsonic watch with no instructions

Needs correct time set, also date.

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Copy and paste this link. It will take you to Bulova's service centerwhere you can download instructions for any of their watches.

http://bulova.com/service/servicecenter.aspx

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Nelsonic digital wristwatch came without instruction booklet. How do I set time.

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Nelsonic (NEL621 & NEL15AES & NEL611) 4 button Digital Alarm Stopwatch

Instruction Manual

Features
Normal display: Hour, minute, second, days of week
Stopwatch stage timekeeping function
Alarm and Snooze alarm function
Hourly chime function
E.L. back light function

Buttons: Upper left "A"; Upper right "B"; Lower left "C"; Lower right "D"

To Set Time/Calendar
1) In Normal time mode, press "C" three times to enter into Time Adjust State, the seconds digits will flash, press "B" to set the seconds
2) Press "D" change the next selection in the following sequence:Minutes-Hour-Date-Month-Days of week.
3) Press "C" return to Normal Mode

To Set Alarm Time
1) From Normal Time Mode, press "C" twice to enter the Time Alarm
2) The Hour digets will flash, press "B" to set the hour value.
3) Press "D" once, then press "B" again to set the minute value.
4) Press "C" to return to Normal Mode.

Stopwatch Operation - Event & Time - Out Timing
1) From Normal Time Mode, press "C" once to enter Stopwatch Mode
2) Press "B" to start Stopwatch.
3) Press "B" again to stop Stopwatch.
4) Press "D" to reset Stopwatch to 00.
5) Press "C" to return to Normal Time Display.

One-Two Fast Finish-Timing Two Racers.
1) From Stopwatch Mode, press "B" to start Stopwatch
2) Press "D" when the first racer crosses the Finish Line.
3) Press "B" when the second racer crosses the Finish Line. Record the time on
the display, then press "D" to get the second racer's time. Record the time.
4) Press "D" to reset the Stopwatch to 00.

Alarm Time & Hourly Chime Function
Hold the "D", then press the "B" to on/off Alarm Function and the Hourly Chime, when Alarm On, the signal will display on the screen, when the alarm ringing, press "B" to stop ringing, it would ring again after 4 - 5 minutes, press "D" to stop again-ringing.

E.L.Backlight Function
In the Normal Time Mode, press "A" to turn on the E.L.Back light, it will auto stop 3 seconds later.

Battery Replacement
LR1130 for NEL621 & NEL15AES
LR1120 for NEL611

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http://cdn.invictawatch.com/invictawatch/website2014/webroot//uploads/manuals/2-8040n-pdf

If not, their site is pretty good.

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nice video but as good as a chocolate teapot!

https://youtu.be/iv0aXQNH4yY


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