Press Set - hold (top Left button)
-When the sec start flashing go to the bottom left button
press it 3 times
-When the hour flashes press the bottom right button 1 time
-Press the top left 1 once with
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SHAKE N WAKE: TO CHANGE TO MILITARY TIME
Hit Mode 3 times to set the time
Hit Reset/TimeSet twice to make hours flash
Now keep hitting StartStop/Adjust repeatedly. After you go through 12 hours of AM then 12 hours of PM it will start going through the hours in military time.
Actually all the hours are military time. They are the same for the first twelve hours of the day. If you go through the setting procedure it will ask you if you want "12" or "24" hour time. Select 12. "24" is military
keep pushing the hour button through the 24th hour. Then it cycles into the 12 hour mode. If you keep pushing the hour button again through the am and pm it will cycle into the 24 hour mode again. Etc.
advance the hours. The first time you go through the 24 hour cycle, it will be in am pm mode, the second time in 24 hour mode, the next time in am pm. Just keep advancing the hours until it comes up the correct time
1. When setting the time on your watch, IF you watch can change to Military time(and most can)
2. when you are adjusting the hours go through a full 24 hour cycle.
You'll notice that the 2nd time through it is on military time.. 3rd
time through back to 12 hour day AM/PM cycle .. 4th time back to
So you can do this as many times as it takes to get to the right time ..
In 24 hour time you will see an "H" displayed where you normally see and "A" for AM and "P" for pm.
Possibly you can change it back by pushing the hour-setting button through a 24 hour cycle--you can see if you are on military time during the PM part of setting it. If it's on military, just keep pushing till you start over at 12 am again (hint: that's 0:00 in military.) At least, that's how it is on my watch.
Possibly, you could push the hour-setting button through either the military or standard time setting, i.e., there are actually 48 "hours" you can set your watch to and you need to cycle through enough of them to reach the standard or military hour you want.