Question about Military Time Watches
Tired alot of ways to change it back and I don't even know how I turned in to military time
Posted by Anonymous on
For most of the cheap Chinese digital watches sold at Walmart you simply scroll through the different numbers while setting the hour part of the time -- 1 to 12 then 13 to 23 to 0 then 1 to 12 AM and 1 to 12 PM then 1 to 12 to 13 etc. When the watch is in 24 hour time (as used by most of the world outside the US and Canada) most will show the letter H instead of A or P.
For some of these watches, you need to be in Alarm set mode to be able to scroll through all the choices, and that will control how both the alarm and the watch show time.
For a few others, you get to select A or P or H separately from the numbers, either while setting the time or while setting the alarm.
The Chinese factories that build these watches seem to put any of the different kinds of insides into any of the same cases, so you might have any version -- and the companies rarely bother making sure that the instructions match the actual watch.
Posted on Sep 12, 2016
Read the instruction manual that came with it .
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