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How do I set the time on a Seiko STP005 ''Final Fantasy'' wristwatch? Does anyone know where I can get the instructions for this watch?

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  • watchbill Apr 17, 2009

    Thanks for your quick reply. However, this is an LED type watch, all push button, and does not have a crown. Here's a link that will show you the watch:



    http://www.princetonwatches.com/shop/stp...

  • watchbill Apr 20, 2009



    Thank you for your reply. I had been to both sites before, and unfortunately neither one explains how to set the time on this watch.

  • watchbill Apr 21, 2009

    The solution was helpful and exactly what I needed! Thank you!

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I can't locate the Seiko instructions for your watch anywhere, but I can tell you that most of these digital watches are set in more or less the same fashion, and with a little guidance I think you will be able to sort it out...
Let me give you a basic rundown, and you can try to see if you get some results with your watch.
There are four buttons, mode, lock, start/stop & lap/reset. These have other functions as well, used to set the time and date, etc. As you are no doubt aware, the mode button cycles through the various functions of time, chronograph, lap counter, etc. It will also be used to change from month to date to hours and minutes, etc. when you adjust the time. Begin with the clock in time mode. Press and hold the lock button until the digital display flashes on and off to set time. Use the start/stop or lap/reset button to advance the month, day, hours, minutes or seconds to the correct setting, then press the mode button once to "highlight" the next setting, adjust it, and press mode again until you have adjusted the time and date. Then press the lock button to save the settings and return to normal display mode.
I am enclosing a link to a Timex Expedition instruction manual that has what are essentially the same functions, in case you want to experiment with the chronograph and lap counter as well.
It may take a little fiddling, but I think if you are patient you will find that you are able to get the time set using these instructions as a general guideline.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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This two links i think very useful to u.if u satified my solution kindly give the rating

http://www.gemday.com/item1114.htm
http://www.princetonwatches.com/shop/stp005.asp

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Setting the Time
A
- Pull Crown 1 out to the second click when the Small Second Hand is at the zero position
B - Turn the crown to the correct hour and minute. Make sure that AM/PM is correctly set or the date will change incorrectly.
C - When the time signal is at zero push Crown 1 all the way in to start the watch.Note: When setting the Hour hand make sure that AM/PM is correctly set.
Note: When setting the minute hand, advance it 4 to 5 minutes ahead of the desired time and then turn it back to the exact minute.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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    All
    Reset

    All reset is
    used when first setting the watch or when there is
    unusual or erratic operation.A - Pull Crown 1 out to the
    second click.

    B -Press Button A and Button B
    simultaneously.

    C - Push Crown 1 back in to the normal
    position.













    Zeroing
    the hands

    After all
    reset the hands and calendar must be "Zeroed"
    to provide a starting point for setting the watch.A - Pull Crown 1
    out to the second click.

    B - * Press Button A to move the chrono
    minute hand to the zero position.

    C - * Press Button B to move the chrono
    second hand to the zero position.

    D - Push Crown 1 back in to the normal
    position.

    E - After adjusting the zero positions
    proceed to adjusting time and calendar.

    * Keep the button pressed
    to move the hand rapidly.













    Setting
    the Date

    A
    - Pull Crown 1 out to the first click.

    B - Turn the crown clockwise until the
    date for the previous day appears.

    C - Pull Crown 1 out to the second
    click
    and turn until the desired day appears.

    D - Push crown 1 back in to the normal
    position.Note: Do
    not set the date between 9:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m.
    Otherwise the date may not change properly.

    Note: Since this watch is not a perpetual calendar it
    will be necessary to reset the date in February and 30
    day months.













    Setting
    the Time

    A
    - Pull Crown 1 out to the second click
    when the Small Second Hand is at the zero position

    B - Turn the crown to the correct hour
    and minute. Make sure that AM/PM is correctly set or the
    date will change incorrectly.

    C - When the time signal is at zero push
    Crown 1 all the way in to start the watch.Note: When setting the Hour hand
    make sure that AM/PM is correctly set.

    Note: When setting the minute hand, advance it 4 to 5
    minutes ahead of the desired time and then turn it back
    to the exact minute.













    Adjustment
    of Alarm hands


    A - Pull Crown 2 out to the second
    click
    .

    B - Turn the crown clockwise or
    counterclockwise to set the alarm hands to the current
    time on the main hands.

    C - Push Crown 2 back in to the normal
    position.Note: When
    setting Alarm the minute hand, advance it 4 to 5 minutes
    ahead of the desired time and then turn it back to the
    exact minute.













    Setting
    Alarm Time


    A - Pull Crown 2 out to the first
    click
    .

    B - * Press Button C to set alarm hands
    to the desired alarm time.

    C - Push Crown 2 back in to the normal
    position.* Keep the
    button pressed to move the hand rapidly.

    Note: If Crown 2 is puled out to the first click within 1
    minute after being pushed back in to normal position, the
    alarm sounds.













    Alarm
    Engagement/disengagement


    To engage the alarm:

    A - Pull Crown 2 out to the first
    click
    .

    B - The alarm will ring at the
    designated time for 20 seconds. To stop the alarm press
    Button A, B, or C, or push crown 2 back in to the normal
    position.

    C - Push Crown 2 back in to the normal
    position.To
    disengage the alarm:

    A - Pull Crown 2 out to the second
    click
    .

    B - The designated alarm time will
    cancelled with a warning beep. If the crown is pushed
    back in before the warning beep stops the designated
    alarm time will NOT be cancelled.

    C - Push Crown 2 back in to the normal
    position.













    Using
    the Chronograph


    A - Make sure that Crown 1 and 2 are in
    their normal positions.

    B - Press Button A to
    Start/Stop/Restart.

    C - Press Button B to Split/Split
    Release/Reset.











    Using
    Dual Time Display


    When the alarm is not in use the small alarm hands can be
    used to indicate the time in a different time zone.A - Pull Crown 2
    out to the 2nd click and turn to set small alarm hands to
    the time of a different time zone.

    B - Push Crown 2 back in to the normal
    position.

    C - While Dual Time Display is used be
    sure to keep Crown 2 at the normal position to disengage
    the alarm


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