ACCUTIME WATCH CORP. Watches - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support


Gem615/Garry, searched the net, the links below are what I found. You could also contact Accutime and get them to Email specific instructions. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
"I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."
http://www.accutimewatch.com/contact-us.html
How To Set Accutime Watch
https://arloywarmo.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/accutime-watch-instructions.pdf

ACCUTIME WATCH... | Answered on Jul 14, 2016


No simple fix, you will need a watch repair shop to fix this, but make sure you get a repair estimate, it may shock you.

ACCUTIME WATCH... | Answered on Jul 14, 2016


Need more detail. Model number. This should go from 4.5K to 6K EUR

Watches | Answered on Jul 20, 2020


Request time-setting instructions from Oshen.

Watches | Answered on Jul 15, 2020

Tip

Finding replacement battery for watch (DIY).


If anyone opted out to replace battery in their own watch and do not know what type and size of battery is correct for replacement, just open your watch case back and reed and memorize all the writings on battery your watch allready has in it. All you can do now is to buy exactly the same replacement battery and you will never get it wrong. All that matters is the combination of letters and numbers on battery. Make is not important, so, it can be made by Casio, Maxell, Citizen, Ronda - you name it. Just make sure you are not buying some of those cheap, unknown maker batteries, as they usualy lasts for about few weeks and then they are gone. Choose well known makers name and the battery will power your watch for 2-7 years, depending on each particular watch movement model. In case if you lost your original watch battery, check your watch instruction manual. If you lost both - battery and manual - then there is no other way, but to visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask for help.

on Jul 09, 2020 | Watches


pull stem out a bit and rotate it to the proper time

Watches | Answered on Jul 07, 2020


The big one under the 12 (minutes) hand?

That only moves in Chrono mode. If it is the little dial, take it to a jeweler who does watch repairs

Watches | Answered on Jul 03, 2020


I have one of these, and look for the manual on the 'Net every time DST changes, and eventually figure it out. Here's how: (1) Hold down the ALM/SET button until you get past the alarm setting and you see 24H or 12H. (2) Step through the settings by pushing the ALM/SET button, changing each as desired by pressing the +/CYCLE button. Eventually you'll wind up with the time zone indication flashing (it's really tiny, and appears just below the time indication). Press the +/CYCLE until you get to the desired time zone. (3) After the screen quits flashing, press the -/DST button to get the desired setting. I hope this helps, and that I can find this post again next time change!

Watches | Answered on Jun 28, 2020


The Spy Net Watch was produced at least as early as 2010. Its software struggles with Windows 10 compatibility. You might try attaching the cable to a system which has Windows 7 and see what happens. I am including some links to manuals. Here is a review with some interesting points about the watch:

https://www.thebrickcastle.com/2016/12/spy-net-touch-video-watch-and-eyeclops.html

https://www.gadgetsspy.com/spy-watch-instructions-how-to-use/

Watches | Answered on Jun 28, 2020


Yours is most likely a 'Clip On' type which you lever off.
Most watches use one of three methods to access the battery. 'Clip on' back cover, 'Twist Off' back plate and a 'Screw Down' back cover.
'Clip On' back covers are usually smooth ands round with no notches or holes. They are levered off using a blade style lever. Some watches even have small grooves or a small lip sticking out to lever against. Most common watches tend to use this style.
'Twist Off' covers usually have evenly spaced notches or round dimples around the edge of the cover to mount a special tool to unscrew the entire cover plate like a bolt head. Some higher priced watches use this system.
'Screw Down' cover are the easiest to spot. They are usually more square in shape and held down by four tiny screws, one in each corner. They appear most often on 'Sport' watches.

Watches | Answered on Jun 26, 2020

Not finding what you are looking for?
ACCUTIME WATCH CORP. Logo

7 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top ACCUTIME WATCH CORP. Watches Experts

Janelle Schoonover
Janelle Schoonover

Level 3 Expert

842 Answers

Bruce Robin

Level 2 Expert

300 Answers

Marvin
Marvin

Level 3 Expert

85239 Answers

Are you an ACCUTIME WATCH CORP. Watch Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...