Question about Watches
Right, so I have a bijoux terner R0614H digital sport watch and it's messed up.
I wear it on my left arm, and when I move my hand it presses the st/stp and reset buttons.
Yesterday, I moved my hand up and it beeped, so I looked at my watch.
It had switched to military time.
I've checked the internet and can't find instructions for this watch.
How do I put it back on normal time?
Japgap has it pretty much right .... Start by pressing the Mode Key. It should change the mode (probably to stopwatch first on first press, alarm if Mode Key is pressed again, then time if pressed a third time). (NOTE: pressing the Mode Key to get action isn't about the length of time pressing the key, its about getting a "connection" when pressing!!! The sport watch doesn't have the greatest quality construction so a simple press does not always make a connection).
Once in the time mode, the seconds will be blinking, press the Reset Key to move to minutes and Start Key to advance the minutes, then Reset Key to move to hours and Start key to advance the hours. Mode Key to get back to regular operation.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
Just press the setting button and select the normal time
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
Keep pressing mode until its on the hour spot then can it by pressing start until it say your hour A or P k and it should change the time style,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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