Question about Watches
You can't! Trust me I have been dealing with watches for 2 years now and currently work in the industry as a watchmaker's assistant.
There are different settings for each different brand, Casio have there own configure and so does Seiko etc.
Best way I know is to push buttons to something happens. Please note DO NOT DEPRESSED ALL PUSHERS AT ONCE, this 99.99% of the time will reset the entire device!.
Usually there is a 'reset' pusher which will once depressed (either immediately or after a few seconds of pushing it) will flash, then you work out which one is the 'next' button until you get to the 12/24hr then press the Up or down pusher (usually but NOT always opposite side to the 2 previously menitioned pushers).
As for auto's or quartz that's another matter.
Hope this helps?
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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