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Mossimo watch instructions, how to change a battery

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SOURCE: Mossimo watch

Try this:
http://www.webjeweller.com/jewellery/removelinks.shtml

For my band, the trick is to use a 1mm jewler's screwdriver and push against the pin in the link. The pins exit in the direction of the arrow on the link (and go back in opposite direction).

Pushing on the pin can be tricky. If you slip you'll stab your finger with the screwdriver. It takes a little more pressure than you think, but once the pin moves it comes out easily.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Getting analog part of Mossimo watch to start

FIXED!!!

As it turned out these Mossimo ANA/DIGI watches use two different batteries, one for the digital part (big) and other for the analog mechanism (small).

Have the watch serviced to change the second battery and VOILA!!!!

Enjoy!
Mivales.
Made in Costa Rica!!

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I set the digital time on a mossimo

If you have the Mossimo that is an analog and gisital andhas the four (4) buttons around the side, here is what I have:

Legend:
Button near the number 10 = A
Button near the number 8 = B
Button near the number 2 = C
Button near the number 4 = D

Switch Control/Normal Readout:
Press:
A = E.L. Backlight
B = Mode
C = For Month Date and Day of Week
D = For Alram Time

Setting Sequence:
1. In normal time readout, press B three times to get normal setting mode.
2. Press D once; Minute flashing, Press C to advance.
3. Press D once: Hour flashing, Press C to Advance (A on display = AM, P = PM)
4. Press D once: Date flashing. press C to advance.
5. Press D once: Month flashing, press C to advance.
6. Press D once: Day of Week flashing, press C to advance.
7, Press B once: Setting completes - returns to normal time readout.

Alarm Setting Times:
1. In noraml time readout press B twice, Alarm Time hour flashing, Press C to advance.
2. Press D once: Alarm Time minute flashing, Press C to advance.
3. Press B once:Setting Completed, returns to normal time readout.

Alarm Function
1. In normal time readout, arm alarm by pressing C and D simultaneously. Alarm signal will appear.
2. In normal time readout disarm alram by pressing C and D simultaneously. Alarm signal will disappear.
The alarm will stop itself after 1 minute or can be silenced by pressing D or press C with snooze feature - will re-alarm in 5 minutes for the next hour.

Chime:
1. In normal time readout, chime activated by pressing D and B simultaneously. All day flag appears.
2. In normal time readout, inactivate chime by pressing D and B simultaneously. All day flags disappears.

Chronograph:
1. In normal time readout, press B once to get into 'Chrono" mode. Pressing C will start the counting.
Two Options for "Chrono" mose:
a. Durning coutning, pressing C will stop count and then press D to reset the mark.
-Or-
b. During counting, pressing D will enter teh watch into laptime mode, meaning 1 portion of the count is registered on the display while the counting contiues until completed by pressing C, then D twice.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: mossimo alarm

While in (digital) Clock mode (NOT in alarm setting mode!!!), push the bottom-right button and then the top-right, to toggle alarm on & off.

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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SOURCE: Men's Mossimo Chronograph watch has 1 stem to

if its the gunmetal one with the rubber wrist band you cant i just took it appart and there is noting to turn the analog day date or...what ever the other one is sapose to be there actualy just fake and are there to make the watch look fancy ..... f-n lame as sh!t

Posted on Dec 25, 2011

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FIXED!!!

As it turned out these Mossimo ANA/DIGI watches use two different batteries, one for the digital part (big) and other for the analog mechanism (small).

Have the watch serviced to change the second battery and VOILA!!!!

Enjoy!
Mivales.
Made in Costa Rica!!

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Try this:
http://www.webjeweller.com/jewellery/removelinks.shtml

For my band, the trick is to use a 1mm jewler's screwdriver and push against the pin in the link. The pins exit in the direction of the arrow on the link (and go back in opposite direction).

Pushing on the pin can be tricky. If you slip you'll stab your finger with the screwdriver. It takes a little more pressure than you think, but once the pin moves it comes out easily.

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