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Whittnauer , 10C01 Crown does not double click, so I can't set day and date.

The button is probably for setting the date, that would explain why the stem only comes out one click. Try pushing it in and see what happens. If nothing then pull the crown out and then push the button. One or the other is true. It also may be you set the day by turning the hands around and around until you get the right day and the button is for the date. Let me know. Michael

Oct 06, 2012 | Wittnauer 10C01 Watch

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Dont know how to set my american exchange watch and what these other knobs do

Having same problem with setting the date and and day of the week. I called 212-287-9001. The lady could not help and said it's probably just there for decoration, they should put that on the box. Damn I thought I found a good deal, I guess it's true when something seems to be too good to be true .... It usually is. My fiance deserves a real watch a novelty item.


May 04, 2011 | Watches

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Looking for a service location in paris france

If you go to their web site, you will see that there appears to be only one dealer in France!

I find this surprising but if you contact them you may be able to find out if there is also a dealer in Paris who handles these watches.

Good luck


Feb 15, 2011 | Jacques Lemans Watches

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I bought my husband a Kenneth Cole Reaction watch with a black rubber band Code:NC1398 c275-47. The rubber band needs replacing because it is broken. Would you please know where I can order a new band for...

Try looking for a local Fast Fix jewelery repair.
They're in most malls nation wide,they will have one right in the store plus they do repairs for a nominal fee.
Hope this helps you a vote would be nice,Gary

Dec 01, 2010 | Kenneth Cole KC1104 Wrist Watch

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How do you set the time on the Fossil JR8852 LED digital watch? There are two buttons and a push-in socket in the bottom left hand corner, but can't work out how to set watch.

This watch is a true icon of the 70's, and served as one of the milstones representing entry into the space age. Setting of this watch is the same as the original from the 70's, and it appears that Fossil must have obtained the original manufacturing equipment to produce this retro watch (which appears to be identical to the original in all respects, aside from the adjustable band). To set the time, press time button on the top right, while keeeping the time button depressed, use a ball point pen (so 70's) to depress the indented set buton on the bottom left. This will take some finger dexterity to accomplish (obviosly the primary concern of the designer was to prevent accidental resetting of the time, and to this one must say; "mission accomplished"). let go of reset button and use the top right hand button to adjust the hour to the correct time in am/pm (as designated by the lighting of either the top or bottom dot of a colon located between the hour and minute numeral). To set minutes repeat the process but after releasing the set button, use the bottom right button to toggle to the correct minute value. Setting of the date is accomplished by depressing the bottom right date button and then depressing the adjust button at the same time, then toggle the top right button to adjust the day, or the bottom right button to adjust the month. Adjusting this watch is a true finger workout, will challenge your finger dexterity, and offers a true insight into the design priorities of the original engineers of this digital time capsule (one of the early fruits of the computer era).

Jun 13, 2009 | Watches

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Alti does not read correct alti.

Don't forget that the altimeter is barometric, and therefore the altitude reading will change depending on the air pressure - i.e. the weatherman may give the 'high pressure coming through' or that there is a low pressure giving rain - to get the true altitude, you need to know the true air pressure at any given point on the earth ~(where you are) then set this as the 'normal'. you will then get the correct altitude. Don't forget that if you are in a pressurised aircraft - as in allcommercial flights, the cabin air pressure is artificially kept at appx 4000-6000ft altitude

Dec 02, 2008 | Casio PRG-40T-7 Pathfinder

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