Hi i have a digital nike watch i dont know what model but it is a basic 4 button digital watch but i dont know how to change the time i lost the manual please help me please here is my email address email@example.com please help me if you can i need it
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Make sure the watch is facing the correct way. Put the watch on your wrist as you normally would, or pick it up by the strap with your left hand. You should see that the Nike swoosh is right side up. You should be able to read the time.
Find the left side of the watch. This will be your left when the watch is facing you correctly the same way that you would look at it to read the time. You will see at least two buttons. One will be labeled "mode" and the other will be labeled "set."
Press the "mode" button. Press the "mode" button. Continue to press the "mode" button until you have scrolled through the options and are on the correct setting. The correct setting should be "time."
Hold down the "set" button. You should see the currently set time on your watch and the hour should be flashing. You should see a plus sign (+) and a minus sign (-). If your current time says three (for example) and you want to read five, press the button that corresponds with the plus sign. If you want to go backwards, press the button that corresponds to the minus sign. When you are finished hit next.
Change the minutes. Now the minutes should be flashing. Repeat step four: press the button that corresponds with the plus sign to increase the minutes. Press the button that corresponds to the minus sign to decrease the minutes. Hit "next" when you are finished.
Hit "done." Congratulations, you have now successfully set the time on your Nike watch. Now your watch should read the correct time. If you want to get really crazy, you can repeat the steps above to change the date on your Nike watch.
My Nike LED watch has 4 buttons on it--two on each side. The two buttons on the left light up the screen, but don't do anything of note. The two pushers on the right side do all the work.
To adjust the time on your watch, push the top right button to illuminate the time. Then, while the time is displayed, push the lower right button. You need to give it a good push--a bit longer than just to light up the time. The hour digit should start flashing. Use the top right button to advance the hour to where you'd like it to be, then push the lower right button to switch to setting the minutes. Pushing he lower right button again will advance you through the opportunity to adjust the month, date, and year. When you've cycled all the way through and can see the time again, push on the top right hand button to restart the timekeeping function, and you should be good to go.
1. Press the bottom left button(MODE) to put on Time mode. 2. Press the LIGHT button (ADJUST/LIGHT) for three seconds. 3. Press the MODE button to select what you wanna change, be it hours, minutes, or seconds. 4. The upper right button (START/LAP) is to move a number up, the bottom right button (STOP/RESET) is to move a number down. 5. Press the LIGHT button to finish.
Hold down the button at the top left (the light) for about 4 seconds. The second part of the time will start blinking. I tried this before, I'm sure, but I must not have noticed the blinking and thought nothing was happening.
Once the seconds numbers are blinking, push the top right button (Start/Stop) to move to the hour or minute. Push the bottom right button (Lap/Reset) to change the time. When you're done, push the top left button (Light) again.
Nike Triax CV10 - Successful HRM reset 7 November
2008 I had real problems too. Even after repeatedly
following the known reset steps everyone else is posting up. Here’s how I got
mine going, please forgive the mind bogglingly tedious detail… First make sure you’re using new good quality
batteries. I used Maxell’s, bought in 10’s from Hong Kong on ebay – no problem. Second, and this is the ESSENTIAL bit…move right away
from the computer and any other electromagnetic sources before carrying out the
known reset… Third, follow the known reset steps below, adjusted to
what worked for me… If you press all four buttons of your Nike HRM it
will reset. Next time you go to "RUN" mode, it will show "HRM
LINK" error. You will now need to "hard reset" the unit. Nike made a late change to add a "hard
reset" to the chest strap. To re-link (re-initialise) the watch you'll
need to open the battery door on the chest strap, and use a paper clip (or the
equivalent) to push the small gold button in the battery area. There should be
a small sticker in the battery compartment that points to the reset button. The re-initialisation steps for the Nike C10 and
CV10 digital HRM's is: (1) reset the watch (2) open the battery door on the chest strap (3) move the watch to RUN mode (4) press the reset button in the chest strap
battery area without removing the battery Tip - I agree with the suggestion to use a pin or
needle and definitely do it with the battery in the hrm. Tip – Thumb holds battery to stop it from pinging
out, other hand performs jiggle with pin until the link is made (it links
straightaway if you jiggle it just right!) (5) replace chest strap battery cover…and smile!