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I try to set my nexxtech watch . I can't find the way to set the clock ... could you advice me how ?

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Without knowing which model you have, this should help.
Go to the following link and near the bottom of the page, choose Category - Watches, Brand - Nexxtech and then choose the Model watch that you have. It will give you the option to download/view the manual to set the time.

http://www.thesource.ca/estore/exclusive.aspx?language=en-CA&category=Watches&brand=NEXXTECH

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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