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I do not have the belt..can I not wear it as a watch and running timer. My manual was misplaced during a recent move. John Keith 11679 Blackstone River Dr Jacksonville, Fl 32225 904-469-4300 jckeith39@yahoo.com

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You can find basic Eco Drive instructions here:


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I have a Croton watch. It is a automatic.I can't get it to run.I was informed that the watch had to be wound. The crown{stem} has four settings.I shak it and it runs for about 15 seconds


In the first position (closest to the case but not screwed down if it's a screwdown crown) wind the crown clockwise about 40 turns and it should run fine. The automatic winding system relies on wrist movement to spin a weighted rotor that winds the watch. When you're not wearing the watch or not moving much when you do have it on, it will run down and you have to manually wind it to get it going again. If you wear it everyday and are reasonably active you may never have to wind it but take it off for a day and you will.

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HOW TO SET NEW PIRELLI YACHT TIMER WATCH? MANUAL NOT SENT WITH WATCH. IS THERE A FREE MANUL POSTED ON INTERNET? MODEL 41008, S# 7951903215 Many thanks for the help.


This information comes from the movement manufacture and helps figure out what does what. I also have a yacht timer with no instructions.....hope this helps

A combination of design and technology, ISA 8270 is a precise racing timer developed especially for yachting races, displaying count-down during regatta departures with audible signals, followed by cumulated time during races. The dimensions (25.60mm, H 4.60mm) offer a large variety of opportunities for watch designs. It is suitable for the manufacture of models for gents and ladies watches.

This new calibre is an analogue quartz timer fitted with an alarm function. It displays the hours, minutes, seconds (small jumping seconds at 2 o’clock counter), and date shown by a date window at 6 o’clock. In addition, it allows count-down and race timing. The small hand at 10 o’clock counter and the central hand facilitate the display of count-down and time measurement clearly visible.

Count-down, Racing Timer and Alarm features

ISA 8270 yachting movement not only provides the traditional count-down at 10, 6 and 5 minutes, but also the versatility of setting count-downs at any minute from 10 to 1 minute.

One special feature is that it allows the possibility of recalibrating the count-down at every minute up to the last minute before departure. This latter function allows the navigators to readjust the watch at any time during the count-down to the closest full minute in order to be in line with the official procedure announced by the racing committee (RC) boat so as to get off the best possible start. Audible signals are emitted every minute to alert the progress of count-down. To give higher accuracy, every-second audible signals are emitted during the last 10 seconds count-down to ensure knife-sharp precision. Immediately after the departure, the count-down automatically shifts to the racing timer mode to measure the time of the race event for a maximum of 96 hours. Setting, start/stop and recalibration of count-down and race timing are facilitated by the pushers (at 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock), which are easier to operate.

Thanks to an oversized counter hand and a highly visible flange on the dial that our customers may design, the navigators can best monitor the time remaining before departure and during the entire procedure.

The alarm time is displayed in an analogue mode. Alarm start/stop is enabled by a pusher at 8 o’clock and is displayed by a central alarm hand (12 hours).

Superb performance

Born of precision, accuracy and innovation, ISA 8270 offers excellent quality and performance. Intended for yachting races, this movement gives answer to sports watches requiring indispensable qualities: strength, endurance, agility and outstanding speed.
When the trend of sportive and fashionable quartz watches prevails, this new Swiss Made ISA 8270 priced competitively with outstanding performance answers the expectations of an increasing market demand and customers, who wish to add a number of value-added exceptional designs to their next collections with strong sporting character.

Specifications
Calibre: ISA 8270 Yachting Movement
Size 11 1/2’’’
Swiss Made quartz movement, 9 jewels
6 hands, 2 counters, 3 pushers
Hour, minute, small second at 2H counter
Date window at 6H
Count-down (max. 10 minutes)
Racing timer (max. 96 hours)
Alarm (12 hours)

Technical information
Diameter: 25.60mm
Movement height: 4.60mm
Height of stem and pushers: 2.25mm

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DECADE WATCH HAS NO SETTINGS MANUAL


If your Decade watch is like mine it has 4 push buttons (10, 2, 4 and 8 "o'clock" positions respectively; and one pull and turn stem (at 3 o'clock position) -
For the purpose of setting the watch and functions mentally label the push buttons as follows:
10 o'clock position "A"
8 o'clock position "B"
2 o'clock position "C"
4 o'clock position "D"

NORMAL TIME SETTING

1) In normal time readout press B (3x) to get to normal time setting mode: "SEC" will start flashing, press C for synchronization
2) Press D once: "MIN" will be flashing, press C to advance
3) Press D once: "HOUR" will be flashing, press C to advance ("A" is for am, "P" is for pm, "H" is for 24 Hour format)
4) Press D once: "DATE" should be flashing, press C to advance
5) Press D once: "MONTH" should be flashing, press C to advance
6) Press D once: "DAY OF WEEK" should be flashing, press C to advance
7) Press B once: Setting is completed, return to normal time readout

ALARM TIMES SETTING

1) In normal time readout press B (2x): Alarm time "HOUR" should be flashing, press C to advance
2) Press D once: Alarm time "MIN" should be flashing, press C to advance
3) Press B once: Setting is completed, return to normal time readout

ALARM FUNCTION
1) In normal time readout press C and D simultaneously: Alarm signal should appear
2) In normal time readout disarm alarm by pressing C and D simultaneously: alarm signal should disappear

Note: Alarm (when activated) will stop itself after 1 minute; or can be silenced by pressing D or press C to snooze for 5 minutes (operates for 1 hour)

CHIME

1) In normal time readout press D and B simultaneously: Chime signal should appear
2) In normal time readout disarm chime by pressing C and D simultaneously: alarm signal should disappear


CHRONOGRAPH (STOP WATCH FUNCTION)
1) In normal time readout press B once to get into "CHRONO" mode: press C for to start counting event -
While in Chrono mode there are two options
a) During a counting event: press C to stop counting, press D to clear and reset stopwatch to 0:00
b) During a counting event: press D to see a "split" time (IE first leg of a relay time is shown while the counting event continues, press D again to return to running counting event; press C at end of event, press D to reset stopwatch to 0:00
2) press B to return to normal time mode

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New automatic watch keeps stopping


You can wind this watch until it is snug. If it does not continue to run during normal wear then you should have the watch looked at. The swing weight or main spring maybe malfunctioning. If you can return it under warranty that would be best.

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Watch goes slow when wearing it but keeps time when not wearing it Because I started having a problem with an old reliable Acqua quartz analog watch running slow,  I replaced it with a new Timex quartz...


There is nothing wrong with your watch. Probably it's the one measuring heart rate and pulse (heart beats per second).
Use your users manual to set the watch.
By the way: Timex is one of the worst watch producers.

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How do I set a LaCrosse WT-961 (B) watch?


This watch automatically sets itself. I you live in the eastern time zone, you just have to wait for the watch to receive the signal then it will set itself to the correct time & date. The signal is strongest at night between the hours of 10:00 pm & 2:00 am so it normally takes over night to set. Sometimes the weather interferes with the signal so I tell people to give them a couple of days to pick up. Also if you are having trouble receiving the signal try placing the watch by a window. If you do not live in the eastern time zone try these instructions:

Hold down the button for 2 seconds until the time zone abbreviation & zone flash the keep pressing the button until your correct time zone is displayed. Then wait about 8 seconds for the watch to return to normal display. Then you just have to wait until it picks up the signal & sets itself. I hope this helps.

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sounds like an auto wind watch,you must wear this watch most of the day to keep it wound up.to wind the crown must be pushed all the way in.

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Honeywell atomic clock te211w-el-nl


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