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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do not be so afraid. Unscrew that big crown fully, pull off and then you will see the real setting crown(quite small one), called an underlayed crown.
That little chain is hard enough to withstand your pulls, unless you are drunk. :)))
When you get that small crown handy- you can set the time and all the features.
If the small crown is not moving, your watch is rusty and you will need a proper watchmakers help.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
If your watch band have UV sensitive pigmentation in it, there is nothing you can do, but buy the new band.
Find your nearest jeweller and ask to clean watch band in ultrasonic cleaner for 1 hour. If this kind of cleaning doesn't help, that means your watch band is UV sensitive and is and will be discolouring more and more by the time.
Alternatively you can try to clean it with the lighter fluid (ZIPPO). Soak a soft cloth in to lighter fluid and clean the band. Start with a small area inside band to make sure the fluid is not reacting as dissolver, as some resins react quite vigorously and tend to transform into chewing gum sort of state.
And again- if this cleaning doesn't help, the band is UV sensitive and discolouring is taking place.
That discolouring is happening becouse some of the colour pigments used in resin manufacture are sensitive to ultraviolet light and when exposed to sunlight or daylight, they react in a chemical
way, changing molecular structure, wich we see as the colour change.This process can not be reversed and this is why the band can not be cleaned.
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Posted on Jan 25, 2009
If you go to the web site www.nauticawatches.com and select "service center" you will be able to see all the service centers. Choose your nearest and ask them.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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HOW TO START YOUR WATCH
To start your watch remove the plastic guard from
under the crown, then press the crown in against
the case. The second hand will begin advancing in
Some deep-depth water-resistant watches require
the setting crown to be screwed in to secure
water-resistance. If your watch case has a protrusion
with screw threads, the crown must be screwed in
after setting the watch.
To screw in, push the crown firmly against the
threaded protrusion and hold in while turning the
crown clockwise. Continue to screw in the crown
until it is tight. You will need to unscrew the crown
(counter-clockwise) before pulling it out the next time
you want to set your watch
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