Question about Timex Ironman Triathlon Digital Watch 50 Lap
Watch has 4 buttons, 1 light, 2 mode, 3 start/stop, 4 reset.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is the manual from GAP customer service.
Dear gap.com Customer,
Thank you for your email regarding the Sporty Printed Watch user
instructions. Please accept our apologies that no directions were
received with your order.
The instructions are as follows:
Standard Time Adjustment:
1. To set the time, press the Mode button three times (The seconds and
the word Tuesday should start flashing).
2. If the seconds position shows less than 30 seconds, pressing the
Start button will reset the seconds to 00. If the seconds position shows
more than 30 seconds, pressing the Start button will reset the seconds
to 00 and the minutes will increase by 1.
3. Press the Reset button until the area you want to change starts
flashing (i.e., second, minute, hour, day, month, and weekend. Press
Start button once for per unit increment, press and hold for 3 seconds
for speedy advance.
4. At completion, press Mode button to resume standard time display.
To reset the Alarm:
Press the B: Mode button until you reach the alarm.
Press the D: Restart button.
Press the C: Restart button to get back to the time
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
For setting Time & Date...
1. Push "MODE" button three times (change Mode to TimeSet)
Time -> StopWatch -> AlarmTimeSet -> TimeSet -> Time ->...
2. Flashing Second Number Digits
3. Push "RESET" to select...
Second -> Minute -> Hour(12hr<->24hr) ->...
Date -> Month -> Day of Week -> Second -> ....(repeat)
4. Use "START" to set each item...
For setting Alarm ON/OFF
1. Push "RESET" button then Push "START" same time...
Alarm ON -> Alarm OFF -> ... (repeat)
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
SOURCE: setting the date
If not in the time mode, press mode to get to the time mode.
While in the time mode, press and holdlap/rst for two seconds.
The seconds will begin to blink.
Press st/stop to reset seconds to zero
Press mode and the minutes will begin to blink.
Press st/stop to advance the minutes
Press mode and the hour will begin to blink.
Press st/stop to advance the hour
Press mode and the day and date will appear. The day will blink.
Press st/stop to advance the day.
Press mode and the month will begin to blink.
Press st/stop to month the minutes.
Press lap/rst to return to normal state with you new settings. You can hit lap/rst to return to normal state at any time in the process, for example if you only want to set the minutes, just hit lap/rst after you set the minutes.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
SOURCE: Timex 1440 sports watch, WR50M
In "Time Mode" when time is displayed, hold the "mode" button until the alarm flashes. Press the "mode" button again and the display should change to the seconds flashing. Press the st/stop button to change location between seconds, minutes, hours, date, month, and day. Use the lap/reset button to make any changes.
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: Timex 1440 sports WR50M
Solution #2 by Guest, posted on May 13, 2008 solved my problem. OUTSTANDING solution #2!
1. Hold in the MODE button until the alarm time appears.
2. VERY IMPORTANT - release and TAP the MODE button AGAIN, and the time should appear with the seconds flashing.
3. Use StART/Stop to choose among seconds, hours, and minutes, and
4. Use ADJUST to increase the selected number
5. Press MODE to put the thing back in regular operational mode.
After several attempts with other directions over the last four months, these 5 steps WORKED.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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