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How to set time on polar rs300x

I cannot find anything in the manual for time setting. Melbourne started daylight saving at the weekend.

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Access watch settings scrolling by UP/Down button.
<Settings> <Ok> <Watch> <Time and Date Settings>

In Time Settings:
Set the local time (Time 1) and a time difference to it (Time 2).
With Time zone, you can select which time zone is used.
In Time view, you can easily change the time zone from Time 1 to Time 2 by pressing and holding DOWN.

Set the date with Date setting.

You can also download the user manual from the link below
http://www.polar.com/e_manuals/RS300X/Polar_RS300X_user_manual_English.pdf

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