pull the crown out as far as it will go. The watch
will not run when the crown is in this "set"
position. If the watch has a "screwdown locking
crown," you may have to "unlock" it
before you can pull the crown out. To do this, rotate
the crown counter-clockwise (toward the bottom of
the watch.) This unlocks the crown. Once it is unlocked,
gently pull the crown out as far as it will go. Then,
rotate the crown clockwise (toward the top of the
watch) so the hands advance past the 12 o'clock position.
If the day/date changes you are in the AM position,
if the day/date does not change you are in the PM
position. Proceed to set the correct time and push
the crown all the way back in. Note: it is best to
set the time and date in the AM for instant day/date
How To Set The Day/Date On An Analog Watch
To set the day/date on an analog watch, gently pull
the crown out to
the first click position. Rotate the crown clockwise
(toward the top of the watch face). The date on the
watch will advance. If the number showing in the window
is too high, go past "31," and the counter
will start at "1" again. If your watch also
displays a day-of-the-week, set this by rotating the
crown counter-clockwise (toward the bottom of the
watch face). The day- of-the-week will advance, going
past Sunday and restarting at Monday, if necessary.
Stop one day before the correct day-of-the-week.
Next, pull the crown out another stop and turn it
clockwise so the hands move forward. When you pass
12, the day and date should change automatically to
the correct date. If you are setting the watch before
noon, stop as soon as you get to the correct time
and push the crown all the way back in. If you are
setting the watch after noon, go past 12 again before
you stop at the correct time and push the crown all
the way back in. If the watch is a "screwdown
locking crown," relock the crown after setting
the correct time by pressing down on the crown as
you turn it clockwise.
To Set Alarm
1. ALARM SETTING
Pull crown 2 out to second click and turn to set small
alarm hands to the current time, then push back crown
2 into normal position.
Pull crown 2 out to first click.
Press button "C" to set small hands to the
desired alarm time.**
Push crown 2 back into normal position. (Alarm hands
the current time.)
2. ALARM ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT
To engage, pull crown 2 out to first click.
Alarm rings at the designated time for 20 seconds.
To stop it, press button "A", "B"
To disengage, push crown 2 back into normal position.
**Hand moves quickly if the button is kept pressed.
Seiko chronograph is not only a watch, it is also
a sophisticated stopwatch that can measure down to
fractions of a second and includes functions such
- elapsed time,
- accumulated time, which allows you to track playing
time, and stop the clock during time-outs,
- split time measurement, which allows you to make
submeasurements of times for laps or legs of a race
or to time two different racers.
Analog Chronograph Function
The chronograph functions are operated by pressing
the buttons on the side of the case.
To measure how long it takes someone to go from point
A to point B, simply push button A to stop and start
the stopwatch, which displays time in the subdials,
and use button B to reset.
ELAPSED TIME MEASUREMENT
To record elapsed time, use button A to start, stop
and restart as often as required. Use button B to
reset after the match is over.
Press button A at the start of the race. Press B to
check the time for one segment of the race, the press
B again to return to a display of total running time.
Press A at the end of the race, then use B to reset.
TIMING TWO COMPETITORS
Press button A at the start of the race. Press button
B to see the time for the first finisher. Press A
when the second competitor finishes, then press B
to see the finish time. Reset by pushing B again.