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Hi: i need the crown part # for the 2 crown astronaut models(model 2185) in gold & silver finish?????

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Is there an online instruction manual for Kenneth Cole Model KS3025?


i don't know about on line instruction.
but i could help you ....
there is two position for crown 1 and 2.
bring crown on position 2 and turn crown clockwise to change TIME, DAY & DATE.

bring crown position 1, and turn crown counterclockwise to change DATE.

your watch has Chronograph / Stop watch.
use that please press right TOP button chronograph will START, press again Chronograph will STOP.

Press bottom button to RESET Chronograph.

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Any idea what a Bulova watch, 14K white gold, number on back case 962158. Any idea what it is worth?


I'd need more info. First, is it a "real" Accutron, made from '60 to '77, or is it one of the things Bulova kept calling Accutrons after they stopped making the tuning fork movement watches? The quartz so-called Accutrons are just a nice old watch, not worth anything special. The self-wind "Accutrons", which Bulova is making now, are just a nice, mid-range aurtomatic watch. On the back of Bulova watches is a date code, usually right under the serial number (SNs themselves really mean nothing where Accutrons are concerned). The code is a letter and a number. If it begins with the letter M, or if it begins with the letter N and is followed with a 0, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. or 6, it is a "real" Accutron, and is collectible. Some with N7 (1977) are also, but it depends on the actual watch. Bulova did make some quartz so-called Accutrons in '77. If it's a '60 thru '76, and SOME '77s, it has value beyond the scrap gold price. SOME Accutrons are even worth thousands of dollars. White gold Accutrons, compared o yellow gold or stainless, are rarer. Next, WHICH Accutron is it? is it a 214, a 218, a 219, a 220, a 224, or a 230? If it's a man's watch, it is very unlikely to be a 220 or 230 series, If it does not have a winding stem on the side, it is a 214. 214s are the most valuable. If it has a setting stem at 3 o'clock or 4 o'clock, it is either a 218 or 219 (I'd have to open the back and look at the movement to say which ine). If it says "Accuquartz" on the face, it's a 224 (NOT a quartz - the 224 Accuquartz is a hybrid of tuning fork and quartz crystal). Once we know the movement series, we need the case type. Certain cases are much more valuable than others. Then there are the Spaceview, the Astronaut, and the Deep Sea, 3 specific models they made, which are more valuable than most (but not all) of the other cases. The best I can say right now is that, being white gold, there's a good chance it's one of the more desireable specific models. If it's a 214, ESPECIALLY if it's a 1960 (M0), it's worth quite a bit more than just the gold content. To be more specific, I'd have to see a picture of the watch, which I don't think can be posted here. Try looking up "Accutron" on Ebay and see if you can find one that, if yours has a stem, has it in the same place as yours, with the exact same case - same shape, and exact same lugs (the things on either end where the band or strap is attached). Read the description. The description will probably say the movement (214, 218, etc - in fact, the movement may even be in the listing title) and if it is niot just a plain round case, probbly will say the case type (Alpha, Asymmetric, Butterfly, etc.). If it's an Astronaut, a Spaceview, or a Deep Sea, it will certainly say that. Also, look at the Accutron section of the Bulova entry in Wikipedia. (Yeah, I wrote it, but it has info that just might help you pin down exactly what you have) When you find out more about which Accutron it is, post another question under Axcutron watches here. I'll check every couple of days for the next week or so, and if I see your post, I'll narrow down the value some more.

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I forgot how to change the date?


On most analog watches (non-digital), changing the date is achieved by:

1) Pulling the crown all the way out (second position). Turn the crown, changing the time until the date advances. This tells you that you are in the AM setting. Adjust the time further based upon this.

2) Push the crown in slightly until you feel a (click). This is the first crown position. Turning the crown in this position will change the date quickly (depending on your watch model).

3) Push the crown all the way in to the case when you are finished setting the time and date.

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I HAVE AN INVICTA PROFESSIONAL AUTOMATIC MODEL 3744 GIVEN TO ME BY MY SON.HOW DO YOU SET THE TIME ON IT? DOES THE STEM PULL OUT TO SET OR DOES IT UNSCREW? THANS


I was not able find information on your specific model; only 2010 models seem to be listed on the website.

Instruction Manual for Invicta watches:

http://www.invictawatch.com/support_files/instruction_manual/Manual-HiRes.pdf

Go to page 8 of this file to identify the instructions for your watch. For most watches the crown pulls out for setting either to postion 1 or position 2.

Some Invicata watches do have Screw Down Crowns but this would be most likey on a Diver model, to help prevent water infiltration. In order to adjust the date and/or time on such a watch, you must first unscrew the crown before you can gently pull it out to its first or second click stop position. To do this, simply rotate the crown counterclockwise until it springs open. When you have finished setting the watch, the crown must then be pushed in and screwed back in tightly. Not doing so will cancel the water resistance of the watch and will void all warranties from the manufacturer.

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I accidentaly reset time & date on my square arnette watch and i need help to set it


Thank you for contacting FixYa.
    Set Digital Watch
  1. Press and hold the "Mode" button on the right side of your Arnette digital watch for three seconds to change the watch's mode. Press and hold the "Mode" button repeatedly until flashing digits indicate that you have entered the watch's time-setting screen.
  2. Use the top and bottom buttons on the left side of your Arnette digital watch to increase and decrease number values as desired.
  3. Press and hold the "Mode" button repeatedly to exit the time-setting screen and return the watch to time-telling mode.
  4. Set Analog Watch
  5. Pull out the watch crown on the right side of your Arnette analog watch.
  6. Turn the watch crown clockwise to adjust the hands of your Arnette analog watch to the appropriate time.
  7. Push the watch crown back in when you are finished setting the time on your Arnette analog watch.
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Looking for user guide for model 4511 Desert Falcon Zodiac watch


Clearly a screwdown crown is better for water resistance but most watches maintain a seal without it. I wouldn't test out the 100m claim but it should be safe in the pool.

Apr 29, 2010 | Watches

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Reset time on pocketwatch


Hi Tarynlarson,

Ok this can be done by GENTLY pulling out the crown till you hear or feel 2 clicks. Sometimes the crown has to unwound first, as you have not mentioned a specific model I am trying to be through.

Then you canjust rotate the crown and the hands should move and you can get it to the desired time.

When you have finished simply rescrew the crown back down.

Hope this helps?

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Setting time luminox 3201


this model has a screw down crown...turn counterclockwise until crown pops up then pull out 2 clicks...make sure to rescrew it down when finished

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The pin used to set the time pulled out completely


The pin you called it is the stem and crown try this technic before you bring or send it to a service center.Put it back where you taken it out ,while puting it in wind the crown and push it gently inside so it locked it up by pushing it gently inside.Check it out if not pulled out again the stem and crown if not and still coming out there something broken inside

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