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I have A wrangler hero watch ,it has digital& hands how do I set the digital part?

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What you do is click the top left button 3 times till the seconds start blinking then you want to click the bottom left button and it will change to either minutes or hours and then you want to click the bottom right button and that will change the numbers

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I would suggest that you take a photo of the dial part of the watch and post it to

Mr. Martin Schneck
Omni Watch & Clock Co., LLC.
140 58th Street
Suite #6C
Brooklyn, New York 11220
phone (718) 921-1000

This company appears to be the marketting it and should be able to provide you the instructions.


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    Do drop a comment when you hear from Omni

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