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The Invicta 6981 does have a screw down crown to unscrew the crown turn counter clockwise and pull/push into position to set time, date and other functions . To close crown PRESS it against the case and turn clock wise .You should be able to get a users guide if you enter into your browser "users guide for INVICTA 6981" , it might be a PDF format that you can use for further use . HOPE THIS HELPS YOU OUT .
Most good dive watches with a screw in crown need the crown to be pushed in and turned clockwise AT THE SAME TIME in order to screw in the crown fully and make the watch watertight.
When you want to adjust the date or time, you just rotate the crown counter-clockwise until it pops out a bit. If you gently pull the crown out to the first position you can turn it to adjust the date. If you pull the crown out farther, to the second position, then you can turn it to adjust the time.
Never take your watch into the water unless the crown is fully screwed in finger tight or water will get into the watch movement compartment and ruin it.
Go to page 8 of this file to identify the instructions for your watch. For most watches the crown pulls out for setting either to postion 1 or position 2.
Some Invicata watches do have Screw Down Crowns but this would be most likey on a Diver model, to help prevent water infiltration. In order to adjust the date and/or time on such a watch, you must first unscrew the crown before you can gently pull it out to its first or second click stop position. To do this, simply rotate the crown counterclockwise until it springs open. When you have finished setting the watch, the crown must then be pushed in and screwed back in tightly. Not doing so will cancel the water resistance of the watch and will void all warranties from the manufacturer.
For Invicta chronographs to set the day you need to pull the crown out to position 3 (2nd click after releasing the crown/ furthest crown position/ same position to adjust time). You can only set the day by rotating the crown clockwise. Every 24 hours of clockwise rotation will move the day indicator forward 1 position (Mon>Tue, Tue>Wed, etc). If your watch is set one day ahead of the correct day (Its Tuesday but the watch displays Wednesday for example) you will need to rotate the crown clockwise through the entire remainder of the week in order to get to the correct day, you CANNOT rotate the crown counter-clockwise in order to move the indicator back a day.
You may have screwdown crown. Try to unscrew it first and then pull out. If the crown is turning but you can not pull it out, there is a rust in the watch and you will have to find your nearest watchmaker to sort that.
To set the time pull the crown out to the first position and set the time by turning the crown. Pull the crown out to the second position to set the date. Since this is a diver model you will need to unscrew the crown before it will pull out. Make sure you replace the crown and screw it back down for a good protective seal.
The alarm sets the same way. Unscrew the button to set.