Question about Seiko SNA553 Alarm Chronograph
Hello..this is not abig problem..just a sincronization one...ususlly I set the date around the 12 oclock in the night..the 0 hour..its easier...if you dont want to do this...well..then just count the hours ..remember you have the 24 hours /day..and remember the date is changing in the night around 12 oclock..
for instance...lets say..now you want to set the date..you count the hours until tonight at 12...you put it lets say...with 12 hours back..and wait the change in the midnight..
the easier way is to set it at midnight
oh...by the way..I saw watches which change the date around 2 oclock in the night..but this is a very small %...99% are set to do it at 12..
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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