Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 24 hour-12 hour time
Press Set - hold (top Left button) -When the sec start flashing go to the bottom left button press it 3 times -When the hour flashes press the bottom right button 1 time -Press the top left 1 once with
Posted on Jul 05, 2007
Hold down the adjust button bottom right then press the mode button top left you will notice the a or p that stands for am/pm will disappear & reappear. If you have an a or p on your display then you are out of military time.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
I couldn't find the instructions for your watch but as watches tend to have similar operating characteristics, try this:-
Press the mode button until you come to a message that says something like "12hr" or "24hr" or something that indicates display change.
Then press one of the two buttons on the right to change to the display you require.
Some experimenting may be required!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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