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How do I use my watch???

I have recently recieved a used watch as a gift, that I had previously admired...It it a Tissot PRC 200...I know how to set the time and date, but there are two othe buttons and two dails that I have no idea what they are for or how to use them...Can you please help me solve this mystery

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  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2008

    user manual needed

  • naeemch May 13, 2008

    I have Tissot PRS 200 but don't know how to use two dails else than time n date crown.

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I also own a PRS200. The two buttons on the right and top two subdials are for the chronometer function.

The top right button starts and stops the chronometer function: First press starts the chrono. Second press freezes/stops it, so you can record your time. Third press resets the chrono.

The bottom button is for the lap function: on the first press, it freezes the chrono in order for you to be able to record your "lap time", but keeps the chrono running in the background (you don't see this, it's the movement that does this mechanically). When you press it a second time, it jumps back to the running chrono time. You can then press it again to get another lap time, and so on...

In chrono mode, the top right subdial shows the milliseconds, the second hand shows the seconds, and the top left subdial shows the minutes (up to 30 minutes).

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