Question about Watches
My Fabio Carlucci men's watch (w/black face) has 3 small analog faces in addition to the main face. The faces each have a single arm over faces that go to 12, 30 and 60 respectively. How do I set these separate faces?
SOURCE: watch 3 dials inside face
so its a chrono watch i belive. well sometimes diffrent models require diffrent operations to set up the display.
Perhaps the manual can be found on the internet site of the watches brand.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
Pull crown out to 1st position....Turning one way will alter the date and turning the other way will alter the day.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
OK I'll do my best to describe the procedure...
Press mode button till the seconds window blinks
Press Lap/Reset button once to make minutes blink
Cycle through minutes using Start/Stop Button
Press Lap/Reset button once again to make hours blink
Cycle through hours using Start/Stop Button
(for this part, it's a bit tricky. Hours can be displayed in AM, PM, or 24 hour duration. AM is represented by "A", PM is shown with "P" and 24 hour mode is shown with "H", so keep an eye in the seconds window when setting your hour so you know for sure if you have the right hour)
When your done setting minutes and hours, press mode button again till you get to main screen
A helpful hint is to remember when setting up anything in this watch, mode will cycle through the different screens, lap/reset will change the value of whatever your modifying (AKA minutes/hours) and start/stop scrolls through the different fields.
Hope this helps. Sorry if it's confusing, best I could do.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
Go to the home site of the particular brand of watch you own. They should have the instructions for just about every watch configuration they manufacture.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
Yeah I have the same kind of watch. The three small dials are ornamental and nothing more (this is obvious because their denominations are 60, 60, and 24, instead of something useful like 1-12 month, 1-31 for date, and 7 days of week). The extra two spring buttons are probably the same... nothing but ornamental. You could verify this by taking the back off the watch and seeing for yourself that they probably press nothing at all. Are simply there for maybe some other design where the case is uses,to illuminate the dial or other thing not on the watch. Vivani watches seem to be simple watches that are very ornamental and pretty (i.e., dress watches on the cheap) but completely lacking in features at all.).
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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