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I just bought a police kickers timepieces watch i dont know how to set the day i've tried hundreds of time but its not working can some one help me !!


Since you have stated ABSOLUTELY nothing about provinance... model, year... owners manual POLICE being a pretty decent watch from the UK (I'm going to skip right on past the AUTHENTIC notion... Chronograph (shown).

If your your watch is a REGULAR knock-off (replicant)... t has the miyota movement...

A highly precise and reliable motor
in it's own right.
(sets very much like the high end valjoux cousins)

It is a crown-set... typically a three position stem set.

Force nothing... !!

Some GENTLY unscrew the crown... others will pull out
to set: 1, TIMW 2, DATE... THREE (back to normal -closed).
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In the closed position

The stop/start butons do precisely that on those SUB-DIALS.

In the SET positions the start/reset buttons are used to ZERO those sub-dials (press & hold... then individual clicks will move each hand to zero).

Hope this helps!

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Jun 25, 2016 | Police Watches

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Hi i have just now received a new watch and i want to know how to set analog time. thanks, Abhishek


Hello.
To give a more precise instruction, I would need to know the watch model. But the standard procedure to set analog time would be to pull that little pin on the side of the watch, and than turn it. You should see the handles turn accordingly. Notice that the pin may have two different "heights", one for adjusting time, and one for adjusting the date.
Let me know if that solved it!

Mar 01, 2011 | Watches

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I have a Pulsar watch with the number VT33-0A00 on the back along with 540966. How do I replace the battery? Thank you!


mcdevito75 here, While a battery change is fairly easy, you will need a set of precision screwdrivers, you can improvise but could ruin your watch, Look for a small watch repair shop in your area the $15.00 will equal your time, effort, and tools you"d need. Plus the battery lasts a year.

Feb 09, 2011 | Pulsar Watches

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Hi my navy seal is in great shape however sometimes it runs fast sometimes slow and sometimes stops is this common? can it be repaired? or does it need a movement swap? any and all comments...


It sounds like the quartz crystal may be the problem, it must vibrate at a precise frequency which is critical in controlling the exact speed and thus translate into precision time. I would get the watch checked to if it can be fixed at a reasonable price.

Dec 23, 2010 | Navy Seal Luminox Dive Watch

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My watch stops 1-2 minutes after setting it. I pull out the knob and the second hand stops. I set the time and push the knob back in. The watch starts to tick as it is supposed to but it stops shortly...


mcdevito75 here, Sounds like your Rolex needs a reular serviceing, Check with the Repair Service Directory here at fixya, bottom of this page click on Reapir Service Directory, then watches, choose a repair service that specializes in Rolex watches.

Jul 10, 2010 | Chase 18.5mm-29.5mm PRECISION ROLEX OYSTER...

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Need switch settings for Steinhausen watch winder to suit an Omega Coaxial movement. I do not have the original manual, and I cannot tell how to set the switches to get the appropriate winding action for...


Leave the settings as for ordinary automatic movement. Co-axial movement has nothing to do with winding process - it was developed for more precise time keeping and friction reducing only, so, you can wind the watch in winder as usual.

Mar 26, 2010 | Watches

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How to set time Casio W-89H two button watch


Actually, the watch has 3 buttons -- "Light" being the 3rd one. Press Mode until a number in the time mode begins flashing. Then press the Light button to get it to the hour indicator. Use the 12-24 Hr button to set it to the current hour. Then press the Light button again to get it to the minutes section. Again, use the 12-24 Hr. Button to set it to the next minute coming up in the current time. Then push the Light button again. This will bring up the seconds indicator. At the precise time the minute you set before begins, hit the 12-24 Hr. button, and the indicator goes back to zero and begins ticing away. Then hit the Mode button again until the watch is in the current time mode. Hope this helps. I use Internet time to set a precise time.

Jul 17, 2009 | Casio Watches

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Sunrise/Sunset Time and Moon Phase wrong on watch!


Just in case you're still interested in a solution. Your watch uses a geographical location and the current date to estimate the sunrise and sunset times. While the date (and time) information is, most likely, set on your watch correctly, you, probably didn't specify the geographical location (latitude and longitude, as well as the GMT correction for your time zone). Having setup correctly these parameters you'll enjoy the precise sunrise and sunset time. Good luck!

May 29, 2009 | Casio Watches

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I cant adjust the minite hand backwards if the watch is gaining


Unfortunately your watch do not have reverse action, so, you have to go all the way forwards till you reach designated time again.
One more way how to set the right time is to disconnect the battery and wait till the real time reaches the hands of your watch, then put battery back and set again. If watch has a STOP function (crown pulled out), then you don't have to disconnect the battery- just pull out crown and wait.
By the way: pushing the button in accelerates minute hand constantly, but if you'll push the button rapidly, it will move mimnute hand bit by bit. Use this feature to set desired time more precisely.
Do not forget to rate, please.

Jan 14, 2009 | Bulova Watch

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