Question about Old Navy Watches
Posted by Anonymous on
Here is the manual from GAP customer service.
Dear gap.com Customer,
Thank you for your email regarding the Sporty Printed Watch user
instructions. Please accept our apologies that no directions were
received with your order.
The instructions are as follows:
Standard Time Adjustment:
1. To set the time, press the Mode button three times (The seconds and
the word Tuesday should start flashing).
2. If the seconds position shows less than 30 seconds, pressing the
Start button will reset the seconds to 00. If the seconds position shows
more than 30 seconds, pressing the Start button will reset the seconds
to 00 and the minutes will increase by 1.
3. Press the Reset button until the area you want to change starts
flashing (i.e., second, minute, hour, day, month, and weekend. Press
Start button once for per unit increment, press and hold for 3 seconds
for speedy advance.
4. At completion, press Mode button to resume standard time display.
To reset the Alarm:
Press the B: Mode button until you reach the alarm.
Press the D: Restart button.
Press the C: Restart button to get back to the time
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Im a watch technician,and when im make adjustment to a new watch for me i dont need any manual,the thing ive done is keep pushing and pressing the button and observed what happen and the result i write what im discover new to me.When setting a baby g watch find the set and press it for 10 seconds.then your watch will flashing then go to mode button and choose what you are going to set.The hour ,the date ,the alarm whatever is there to set desame you going to do , only the set button need along press.Message me whatever you discover .
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
I too lost the instructions for my generic 4 button digital watch and had to find the functions by trial and error and the results are below.
Adjust Alarm/Time/Date - Press and hold Mode Button. When alarm displays, release. Start-Stop Button SELECTS, Lap-Reset Button ADJUSTS selection. Pressing the Mode Button again changes from Alarm to Time/Date, ADJUST as above. Pressing it again exits.
Select/Deselect Alarm, Hourly Chime or Both - Press and hold Lap-Reset Button, Start-Stop Button TOGGLES through the above options.
Select 12/24 Hour Mode - Press and hold Lap-Reset Button, Mode Button TOGGLES through the above options.
Select Stopwatch - Momentarily press the Mode Button, use the Start-Stop and Lap-Reset buttons to control.
Display Date - Press Start-Stop Button in normal time
Display Alarm - Press and hold Lap-Reset Button in
normal time display mode.
Cancel Alarm - Press Lap-Reset Button in normal time
display mode to silence alarm.
Hope this is helpful,
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
I found the solution at http://www.watchliquidators.com/fossildir/Nike.asp
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.
Posted on May 20, 2008
I think I have the same watch and was just looking here to see if I could find how to stop the alarm going off every hour! However, I think I do know how to change the time: press the mode button three times (the first one brings up something like the stopwatch, the second brings up what may be an alarm time). On the third press you should get the time appearuing with the seconds flashing on the far right of the display. You can then change the second by pressing the"start" button. To change the minutes or hours, oress the "reset" button until they start flashing and use the start button again. pressing the reset button again will bring up the date to change. keep pressing until nothing is flashing any more and poress mode and it should bring you back to the current time. hope you can follow this and it works!
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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