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Freestyle wants you to ship your watch to their repair center and for a fee plus return postage, they will reset your watch to get out of "TEST" mode.
Open the case.
Replace the battery (s).
You might need a magnifying glass, but look at the PC board carefully.
There is printing labeled TEST and RESET.
Next to RESET are two solder dots.
I straightened out a paperclip into a U shape and carefully, momentarily, made contact with the two dots.
The manufacturer does no recommend that you replace batteries yourself (presumably to ensure that it retains the waterp.roof seal)
See excerpt from their web site support.
"Do not attempt to repair the watch yourself. It is strongly recommended
that a certified jeweler, watch repair technician or Freestyle service
center replace your battery. This will help in preventing water leakage
from improper battery replacement, which is not covered in your
Here is the link to their customer service page:
Call the Warranty/Parts and Repairs number on the left and they should be able to send you a new band to take to a jeweler to replace, or you can send it to them and they will fix it for you (with 4-6 week turnaround, however). I got a 75003 watchband replaced, but I imagine you can get every band replaced.
Press the mode button (bottom left) to cycle through all the watch modes. The last mode is the time setting mode. Yeah, not the usual way watches work in my experience. But have had this watch for 8 years or so and like it because of the big numbers and that it always shows the time while you're in other modes. But now today for the first time it somehow went into "chime" mode (beeps on the hour) and I can't figure out how it got there or how to undo it!