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1. Hold the watch in either hand.
2. Set the correct time. If watch comes with date window, please set date.
3. Place your fingers along the edges of the crown and grasp the crown firmly.
4. To wind, turn the crown clockwise for approximately 30 seconds or until you feel resistance.
5. Once the watch is fully wound, it will run for approximately 30 hours. If the watch is not fully wound when it is being used, it may gain or lose time. To avoid this, please wind each time you wear it.
6. It is recommended to wear your watch on daily basis or every couple of days to keep it from gaining or losing time. If the watch stops fully, please wind by following steps 1 – 5.
Set the Time
1. Pull crown to the first position.
Note: The seconds hand is still moving.
2. Turn the crown clockwise to adjust the time. (Please do not try to set the time counterclockwise).
Set the Date
1. Pull the first gear of the crown.
2. Turn the crown counterclockwise until the previous date appears.
Note: Do not set the date between 9 pm and 3 am. Otherwise, the date may not change properly. If it is necessary to set the date during that time period, first change the time to any time outside this period, then set the date.
The No’s of a Manual-Winding Mechanical Watches
1. Don’t overwind; over winding can cause your watch to fully stop working.
2. Don’t let your watch be without winding, even if you do are not wearing it.
3. Don’t set the time by turning the crown counterclockwise.
4. Don’t swim regularly with your watch.
5. Don’t keep it in close proximity to magnets like those found in speakers, televisions, or your iPad.
6. Don’t forget to clean with a soft cloth on a regular basis.
7. Don’t forget to store your watch in a dry place.
8. Don’t wear your watch when doing hard labor or extreme sports.
Altimeter: This feature measures the altitude of an object above a fixed level, such as sea level.
Calendar: This feature, which can be found in analog and digital watches, displays the day and date in a given month on the watch's dial face.
Chronograph: A chronograph is a specific type of watch that combines stopwatch functionality with a typical display watch.
Luminous: A watch with luminous features can be read at night or other low-light situations.
Water Resistant: A watch that is water resistant has been tested to resist damage due to water at specific depths. The water resistance level is often marked on the dial or caseback.
Compass: A compass is a navigational instrument that measures directions in a frame of reference, such as the cardinal direction points of N,S,E and W.
Depth Measurement: This instrument, mostly found in dive watches, measures depth beneath a fixed level.
GPS: GPS instrumentation is essentially a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information.
Heart Rate Monitor: Mostly found in sport and active watches, this instrument measures the wearer's heart rate.
Moon Phase Calendar: This calendar function, which is an ornamental display often found in dress watches, chronicles the phases of the moon throughout a given month.
Screw-Down Crown: This crown type, which is commonly found in dive watches, screws into the side of the case via a special tube to lock out debris and water.
Shock Resistant: This feature is a common mark stamped on the back of wrist watches to indicate how well a watch copes with mechanical shocks. A watch described as "shock resistant" has survived a series of shock tests.
Stopwatch: This functionality is designed to measure the amount of time elapsed from a particular time when the device is activated to when the device is deactivated.
Tachymeter (Tachometer): This functionality is designed to measure revolutions per minute.
Timer: A timer is simply a specialized mechanism designed to measure time intervals.
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