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How to set the day of the week


here is your manual (I think)
http://cdn.invictawatch.com/invictawatch/website2014/webroot//uploads/manuals/2-8040n-pdf

If not, their site is pretty good.

http://invictawatch.com/service/view-the-instruction-manuals

nice video but as good as a chocolate teapot!

https://youtu.be/iv0aXQNH4yY


anyway, here is your info

Invicta Watch Setting Instructions By Ashley Brown eHow Contributor Found This Helpful A watch is only useful if it displays the correct time. Over time, your watch may display the incorrect time as the battery wears down. After installing a new battery, you will also need to reset the time. All Invicta watches have similar instructions for setting the time. Setting the time does not require any tools or equipment.

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Watches with Time Only
  1. Pull out the crown. The hour and minute hands will stop.
  2. Turn the crown until the hour and minute hands are positioned on the correct time.
  3. Push in the crown to start the watch.
Watches with Time and Date
  1. Pull out the crown to the first position. The crown can be pulled out to two different positions. Pull gently once to reach the first position.
  2. Turn the crown until it reaches the correct numerical date.
  3. Pull out the crown to the second position.
  4. Turn the crown until the hour and minute hands correspond to the correct time.
  5. Push in the crown twice. It should now be resting firmly against the watch, in its original position.
Watches with Time, Day and Date
  1. Pull out the crown to the first position.
  2. Turn the crown to reach the correct day.
  3. Turn the crown clockwise to reach the correct date.
  4. Pull out the crown again to the second position.
  5. Turn the crown until the hour and minute hands display the correct time.
  6. Push in the crown twice so it rests against the watch. The crown should be back in its original position.


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Sep 13, 2015 | Invicta Watches

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Watch glossary: C (part2)


C0Ck, see bridge.
COLIMAçONNAGE, see snailing.
COLUMN-WHEEL
Part of chronograph movements, governing the functions of various levers and parts of the chronograph operation, in the shape of a small-toothed steel cylinder. It is controlled by pushers through levers that hold and release it. It is a very precise and usually preferred type of chronograph operation.
COMPLICATION
Additional function with respect to the manual-winding basic movement for the display of hours, minutes and seconds. Today, certain features, such as automatic winding or date, are taken for granted, although they should be defined as complications. The main complications are moonphase, power reserve, GMT, and full calendar. Further functions are performed by the so-called great complications, such as split-second chronograph, perpetual calendar, tourbilon device, and minute repeater.
CORRECTOR
Pusher positioned on the case side that is normally actuated by a special tool for the quick setting of different indications, such as date, GMT, full or perpetual calendar.
COSC
Abbreviation of "Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres" the most important Swiss institution responsible for the functioning and precision tests of movements of chronometers. Tests are performed on each individual watch at different temperatures and in different positions before a functioning bulletin and a chronometer certificate are issued, for which a maximum gap of -4..+4 seconds per day is tolerated.
CôTES CIRCULAIRES
Decoration of rotors and bridges of movements, whose pattern consists of a series of concentric ribs.
CôTES DE GENèVE
Decoration applied mainly to high-quality movements, appearing as a series of parallel ribs, realized by repeated cuts of a cutter leaving thin stripes.
COUNTDOWN TIMER
A function that lets the wearer keep track of how much of a pre-set period of time has elapsed. Some countdown timers sound a warning signal a few seconds before the time runs out. These are useful in events such all kinds of race.
COUNTER
Additional hand on a chronograph, indicating the time elapsed since the beginning of the measuring. On modern watches the second counter is placed at the center, while minute and hour counters have off-center hands in special zones, also called subdials.
CROWN
Usually positioned on the case middle and allows winding, hand setting and often date or GMT hand setting. As it is linked to the movement through the winding stem passing through a hole in the case. For waterproofing purposes, simple gaskets are used in water-resistant watches, while diving watches adopt screwing systems (screw-down crowns).
CROWN WHEEL
Wheel meshing with the winding pinion and with the ratchet wheel on the barrel-arbor.
CRYSTAL
The clean cover over the watch face. Three types of crystals are commonly found in watches: acrylic crystal, mineral crystal and sapphire crystal .

on Jan 11, 2010 | Watches

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How do I change the day, date etc on a GENEVA 7391 watch


read the instruction manual, Geneva Watches with Two or Three Hands
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel a click.
  2. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct time.
  3. Push the crown back in to set the time.
Geneva Watches with Two or Three Hands and a Date Window
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the time.
  2. Turn the crown counter clockwise until you have the correct time. Push the crown all the way in to set the time.
  3. Pull the crown out until you feel one click. This first click position allows you to set the date.
  4. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct date. Push the crown back in to set the date.
Multi-Function Geneva Watches
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the day.
  2. Rotate the crown counter clockwise until you have the correct day. Push the crown in to set the day.
  3. Pull the crown out until you feel a second click to set the time or the 24-hour hand.
  4. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set it.
  5. Pull the crown out just one click to set the date. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct date, then push the crown in to set it.
Geneva Chronograph Watches
  1. Pull the crown out two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the time.
  2. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set it.
  3. Pull the crown out just one click to set the date. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct date, then push the crown in to set it.
  4. Stop and start the chronograph by pressing the PA button, located above the crown.
  5. Reset the chronograph by pressing the PB button just below the crown. The PB button returns the chronograph second and minute hands to their original positions of zero.
Automatic Geneva Watches
  1. Wind the mainspring by turning the crown 15 to 20 times clockwise.
  2. Pull the crown out until it clicks.
  3. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set the time.
Tips & Warnings
  • Do not set the date or time between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m. to avoid damage to your Geneva watch. The gears sit too close together during these times.
  • If your Geneva watch becomes wet, wipe it dry as soon as possible. Keep your watch away from saunas and hot tubs, as the extreme heat diminishes the watch's water resistance.




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Jul 13, 2015 | Geneva Watches

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Is there an easy way to change the date on my breitling crosswinds watch without manually rolling the crown through 24 hours every day?


Of course, there is the way to do that. Try to pull out crown carefully and you will notice that there are two positions (clicks). Second click is when the crown is fully pulled out and the watch hands move by turning crown. But there is first click (lets say - crown is pulled just half way out). In this position the date/day can be quickly changed by turning the crown. Crown=winder.

Feb 27, 2011 | Bulova Watch

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Citizen eco-drive BM8084-58H: I cannot change the date/day on the watch moving the crown.


mcdevito75 here, The crown should be a 2 position crown, try this, pull out the crown as if to set the hands, rotate the hands, (adjust the time) around the dial until you have the right day, Now! push the crown in, Now! slip your finger nail just under the crown and lift the crown to it"s first notch or position, this should allow you to turn the crown and adjust the date, when at the date push the crown back in and your done.

Jun 28, 2010 | Citizen Corso Eco-Drive BM8084-58H Wrist...

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Hi i cant set the date on my luminox 3402 it seems like stuck, or does it need a special combiantion to set it halp pls


No special combination.
hopefuly this is just a matter of the stem being stuck in the wrong place on the set bridge. This is easy enough to fix for a watch maker/technician and wont take but a moment.
The extreme end of the problem would be that you have a mass of problems in the gear train and the movement needs to be serviced. In this case I would demand that the movement be replaced as opposed to being serviced. These days most movement repairs are cheaper and more effective when the movement is replaced.
In either case take your watch to a watch maker/technician. Be sure that whom ever you take it to has a pressure testing machine to insure the watch has been resealed. The Luminox is sturdy and built for water and you do not want to lose the integrity of the seal. It is too easy to do with the style of back they use.

Sep 22, 2009 | Luminox 3402 Wrist Watch

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Rado Diastar


your problem is in setting lever,when the setting lever is jumping the stem cannot get back and lock,you better unscrew the complete barrel drum bridge plate take it out ,and the winding pinion is expose,take the winding gear and the setting lever is expose then arrange the alignment,align the winding pinion to the setting lever,alignment is ok.back bridge plate and screw,,make some winding of the crown,let see rachet wheel can turn transmission wheel of complete barrel drum,if can then checked the stem if already lock.,if lock already the job is done,...email if you some question regarding a watch ;lacarontito@yahoo.com

Jun 17, 2008 | Watches

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How do i remove the crown on my DKNY 1094 2003 model


nice noon to you ! you need to open the crown ,to open the crown , wind it counter clockwise until the crown lose then pull it and adjust the time after set the time ,push the crown and wind it clockwise until the crown fix tight,

Dec 21, 2007 | Tag Heuer Formula 1 CAC1111.BA0850 Wrist...

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Setting time and date crown positions


Yes, you must unscrew the crown before you wind up or set the watch. Always screw the crown down afterwards this keeps the watch in a water resistant condition.

May 19, 2007 | Rolex Day-Date President 118238 Wristwatch

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Seiko watch stuck crown


The crown maybe a screwdown type. Try unscrewing (like jar lid)them pulling out the crown.

May 02, 2007 | Seiko SNA553 Alarm Chronograph

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