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WARRANTY / INSTRUCTIONS / REGISTRATION
Founded in 1991,          Android came to fruition through Wing Liangs’ fascination and
dedication to create a futuristic ...
WATCH INFORMATION                                                                    LIMITED WARRANTY

All Android watches...
Enclose, either credit card details, check (made payable to OKO) or money          QUARTZ
order to the sum of $9.95 for th...
CHRONOGRAPH
MIYOTA 2305
Features: Day/date.
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MIYOTA OS10                                                                         MIYOTA 0S20
Features: 12 hour laptimer...
MIYOTA OS62                                                                         ISA CHRONOGRAPH
Features: 12 hour lapt...
RONDA 5030.D                                                                             Adjusting the chronograph second ...
RONDA 5040.D                                                                        Adjusting the chronograph second hand:...
RONDA 5040.B                                                                             Adjusting the chronograph second ...
RONDA 5050.C                                                                             Adjusting the chronograph second ...
RONDA 5040.F                                                                                    Adjusting the chronograph ...
ETA G10
Features: 30 minute laptimer with 1/10th second, date.                              Chronograph operation:
       ...
ETA G15 RETROGRADE
Features: 60 minute laptimer, date.                                                 Chronograph operati...
MULTIFUNCTION                                                                       MIYOTA 6P80
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MIYOTA 6P00                                                                         MIYOTA GP00
Features: Date, day, month...
MIYOTA GP50                                                                         RONDA 706.B
Features: Retrograde date,...
RONDA 706.3, 706                                                                    RONDA 7003.N, 7003.L, 7004.N
Features:...
RONDA 515.24H, 515.24D                                                              ANA-DIGITAL
Features: GMT, date.
     ...
MIYOTA T270                                                                         MIYOTA T240
Features: Dual display (Wo...
SOLAR POWER                                                                         ALARM
SEIKO VS32                      ...
2nd TIME ZONE                                                                       AUTOMATIC GENERATING SYSTEM
RONDA 6203...
MECHANICAL MOVEMENT                                                                 MIYOTA 8245
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MIYOTA 6T51                                                                         ETA 2836, 2824. Sellita SW200
Features...
ETA 6497, 6498. AD9211                                                              VALJOUX 7750
Features: subsecond.     ...
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  1. 1. WARRANTY / INSTRUCTIONS / REGISTRATION
  2. 2. Founded in 1991, Android came to fruition through Wing Liangs’ fascination and dedication to create a futuristic timepiece that could combine the traditional values of watch making with modern day living. ‘It’s like giving a well known vintage wine a new label’. Android first began by importing watches and later realized that there was something absent from modern day watch designs, a void in the market that needed to be filled. The ‘stepping stones’ to Wing’s experience in watch design began primarily with producing a private collection for a clothing company back in the 90’s. The collection was a phenomenal success and from this point his popularity grew and has continued to advance. Having his watches featured in the media illustrates that there seems no end in sight to this dedicated watch designers success story. “It was at this point I decided to create my own specialized timepiece. I realized that I wanted to improve the functions of a watch and stylize it to fit in with modern day living”. To create his up-to- the-minute designs, Wing traveled worldwide to select the finest materials to make his dream come to fruition. Blending materials from Asia and Europe to create the right energy and feel to his designs. Wing makes watches that entice, tease and will amuse you (such as the Alien and Catapult watch). ‘When I design a watch I am inspired by everything around me, from a sci-fi movie to music, from a car to a toaster. I make a mental picture of the watch in my head and convert my visualization onto paper. It’s exciting to create new designs and watching them come to life is exhilarating.’ ‘The watch designs themselves reveal my lifestyle and traits, simple yet contemporary. The most difficult task is to create a simplistic design that differs from other brands. I believe that less can be more and I’m passionate about my work and believe that this is reflected in the timepieces that I create.’ Android watches are unique in the sense that you can single out the brand from any other watch. The shape of the case, the colour of the dial and the watch bands serve to make each timepiece distinguishing. ‘Designing a watch is an intricate task that requires serious dedication. I will continue to create watches that are functional and stylish.’ Android watches have a personality of their own. Wing offers a wide variety of styles that meet every consumers needs. ANDROID: Building into the future by respecting our past. (01)
  3. 3. WATCH INFORMATION LIMITED WARRANTY All Android watches are made with the finest premium-grade materials. If your Android watches and clocks have a two year limited warranty from the date Android watch is marked ‘Water-Resistant’ this denotes that the watch can of original purchase. Please completed the attached form at the back of the withstand splash resistances and is suitable for certain water related activities. warranty booklet and return to: (Please check case back to determine water depth, as each timepiece will vary according to its purpose). OKO International Company PO Box 4021 To preserve the structural integrity of your Android watch, we recommend that Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 the watch must not be exposed to extreme heat or pressure (Such as saunas or hot tubs) or extreme physical shock (which could cause the movement to stop Or register your warranty online at: www.android-usa.com or loose time). This warranty covers manufacturers defects, including movement mechanism. For more information on your Android watch please visit, email or call: The warranty does not cover leather straps, crystal lenses, batteries, buttons, Website: www.android-usa.com crowns, bracelets, cases or plating. Email: info@android-usa.com Android Head Office: 954-426-2822 or 888-868-1828 The warranty is void if damage is due to negligence and not as a direct result of manufacturers defects or normal use. We reserve the right to void this warranty should we find that the watch has PRODUCT REGISTRATION: been tampered with, forced open, or repaired by anyone other than our watch repair specialists. Any Android product received excluding shipping/handling fee will be returned by mail. We cannot assume responsibility for any loss or damage under these circumstances. SERVICE INSTRUCTION If you have any questions/comments or wish to enquire about the services pro- Enclose the watch in its original packaging. Clearly print your name, return ship- vided by our company please email or call. ping address (No PO Box), phone number and email address on a separate piece of paper so that we may return your goods directly. If you live in an apart- Email: info@android-usa.com ment please clearly mark your apartment number so as to avoid any shipping Android enquiry hotline: 954-426-2822 or 888-868-1828. delay. Briefly describe the problem that you are experiencing with your Android product and send, with proof of purchase, to our service center. (02) (03)
  4. 4. Enclose, either credit card details, check (made payable to OKO) or money QUARTZ order to the sum of $9.95 for the shipping/handling fee and mail your Android product to: 2 HAND OKO International Company MIYOTA 1L22 PO Box 4021 1 2 Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. Or you may call our Android Head Office if you require further assistance. Please 2) Push crown back to 1st position for normal operation. allow up to 30 days for your watch to be returned. For all services listed below please make sure that the shipping / handling pay- ment ($9.95) is enclosed. 3 HAND MIYOTA 2035 1 2 REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT ESTIMATIONS: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. Watch Battery Free of charge 2) Push crown back in to 1st position for normal operation. Alarm Clock Battery $2 Mechanical Movement Service $50 - $250 Tourbillon Movement Service $500 Leather Band $10 - $30 Exotic Leather Band $30 - $150 MIYOTA 2115 31 Metal Bracelet $15 - $200 Features: Date. 1 2 3 Crystal $10 - $50 Sapphire Crystal $50 - $100 Setting the time: Dial $15 - $40 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. Case and Crystal $10 - $200 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Quartz Movement $15 - $150 Mechanical Movement $60 - $1100 Setting the date: Tourbillon Movement $2500 - $7500 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the date is displayed. Watch Links $1.50 - $5 (per link) *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel may be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. (04) (05)
  5. 5. CHRONOGRAPH MIYOTA 2305 Features: Day/date. MIYOTA JS50 Setting the time: Features: 30 minute laptimer, military time. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. Setting the date: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel Operating the Chronograph: may be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push button B to reset chronograph to zero. Setting the day of the week: Resetting the chronograph to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct day of the week 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. is displayed. 2) Push button A to reset the chronograph second hand to zero. *(Do not adjust the day between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the day wheel may 3) Once the chronograph has been zeroed push crown back in to the 1st be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. A SUN 31 1 2 3 1 2 B Second Minute Military time (06) (07)
  6. 6. MIYOTA OS10 MIYOTA 0S20 Features: 12 hour laptimer with date. Features: 1 hour laptimer with military time. Setting the time: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel may *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel may be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Operating the Chronograph: Operating the chronograph: 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. 2) Push button B to reset chronograph to zero. 2) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. Resetting the chronograph to zero: Perform a chronograph reset to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 1) Pull crown out to the 3rd position. 2) Push button A to reset the chronograph second hand to zero. 2) Push button A to reset the chronograph second hand to zero. 3) Once the chronograph has been zeroed push crown back in to the 1st 3) Once the chronograph has been zeroed push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. position for normal operation. A Military time A Minute Hour 31 Minute 1 2 3 31 1 2 3 Second Second B B (08) (09)
  7. 7. MIYOTA OS62 ISA CHRONOGRAPH Features: 12 hour laptimer with 1/20th retrograde second, date. Features: 30 minute laptimer. Setting the time: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation Setting the date: Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and turn until the correct date is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and turn clockwise until the correct date. *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel may 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the chronograph second hand to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. Operating the chronograph: 2) Push and hold button A and B simultaneously for a few seconds. 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. 3) The chronograph second hand will rotate 360 degrees (1 full revolution). 2) Push button B to reset chronograph to zero. 4) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph second hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. Resetting the chronograph to zero: 5) Push and hold button A and B simultaneously. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 6) The chronograph second hand will rotate 360 degrees (1 full revolution). 2) Push button A to reset the chronograph second hand to zero. 7) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 3) Once the chronograph has been zeroed push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Chronograph operation: 1) Push button A to start and stop. Resetting the 1/20 to zero: 2) Push button B to reset. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 2) Push button B to reset the chronograph second hand to zero. Second 3) Once the chronograph has been zeroed push crown back in to the 1st A position for normal operation. Minute A Minute 1 2 3 31 Hour 31 B 1 2 3 1/20 Second B (10) (11)
  8. 8. RONDA 5030.D Adjusting the chronograph second hand: (once chronograph corrective mode Features: 12 hour laptimer with date. has been activated) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph second Setting the time: hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B once to select the chronograph hour hand adjustment mode. Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to the 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is Adjusting the chronograph hour hand: (if you have just activated chronograph displayed. corrective mode push button B once) *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph hour wheel may be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B Operating the chronograph: once more to select the chronograph minute hand adjustment mode. 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. 2) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. Adjusting the chronograph minute hand: (if you have just activated chrono- graph corrective mode push button B twice) Operating the interval chronograph function: 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph minute 1) Push button A to start timing. hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 2) Push button B to display split time. This displays the first interval of time, while 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the timing continues in the background. crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B 3) Push button B to release split time. This displays the current elapsed period of once more to return to the chronograph second hand adjustment mode. time. Repeat section 2 for multi-intervals. 4) Push button A to stop the chronograph – Your final time is displayed. NOTES 5) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. Button A adjusts the selected chronograph hand. Button B selects the next chronograph hand to be adjusted. When in chronograph corrective mode button B select function goes in sequence starting Resetting the chronograph to zero: with the chronograph second hand then to the chronograph hour hand and then to the 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. chronograph minute hand; pushing button B again will begin the sequence again. 2) Push and hold button A and B simultaneously for at least 3 seconds. 3) The chronograph second hand will rotate 360 degrees (1 full revolution). A Second If this does not occur push the crown back to the 1st position and repeat the procedure from step 1. Minute 4) The chronograph corrective mode is now activated. 31 1 2 3 Hour B (12) (13)
  9. 9. RONDA 5040.D Adjusting the chronograph second hand: (once chronograph corrective Features: 10 hour laptimer with 1/10th second, date. mode has been activated) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph second Setting the time: hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B once to select the chronograph hour hand adjustment mode. Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. Adjusting the chronograph 1/10th second hand: (if you have just activated *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel chronograph corrective mode push button B once) may be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph hour 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the Operating the chronograph: crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. once more to select the chronograph minute hand adjustment mode. 2) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. Adjusting the chronograph minute hand: (if you have just activated chrono- Operating the interval chronograph function: graph corrective mode push button B twice) 1) Push button A to start timing. 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph minute 2) Push button B to display split time. This displays the first interval of time, hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. while timing continues in the background. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the 3) Push button B to release split time. This displays the current elapsed period crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B of time. Repeat section 2 for multi-intervals. once more to return to the chronograph second hand adjustment mode. 4) Push button A to stop the chronograph – Your final time is displayed. 5) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. NOTES Button A adjusts the selected chronograph hand. Button B selects the next chronograph hand to be adjusted. Resetting the chronograph to zero: The 1/10th second chronograph hand becomes an hour hand after an accumulated 30 min- 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. utes of use. When in chronograph corrective mode button B select function goes in sequence 2) Push and hold button A and B simultaneously for at least 3 seconds. starting with the chronograph second hand then to the chronograph 1/10th second hand and 3) The chronograph second hand will rotate 360 degrees (1 full revolution). then to the chronograph minute hand; pushing button B again will begin the sequence again. If this does not occur push the crown back to the 1st position and repeat A the procedure from step 1. Second 4) The chronograph corrective mode is now activated. Minute 1/10 Second 31 1 2 3 Hour (14) B (15)
  10. 10. RONDA 5040.B Adjusting the chronograph second hand: (once chronograph corrective Features: 10 hour laptimer with 1/10th second, big date. mode has been activated) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph second Setting the time: hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B once to select the chronograph hour hand adjustment mode. Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. Adjusting the chronograph 1/10th second hand: (if you have just activated *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel may chronograph corrective mode push button B once) be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph 1/10 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. second hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the Operating the Chronograph: crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. once more to select the chronograph minute hand adjustment mode. 2) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. Adjusting the chronograph minute hand: (if you have just activated chrono- Operating the interval chronograph function: graph corrective mode push button B twice) 1) Push button A to start timing. 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph minute 2) Push button B to display split time. This displays the first interval of time, while hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. timing continues in the background. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the 3) Push button B to release split time. This displays the current elapsed period of crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B time. Repeat section 2 for multi-intervals. once more to return to the chronograph second hand adjustment mode. 4) Push button A to stop the chronograph – Your final time is displayed. 5) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. NOTES Button A adjusts the selected chronograph hand. Button B selects the next chronograph hand to be adjusted. Resetting the chronograph to zero: The 1/10th second chronograph hand becomes an hour hand after an accumulated 30 min- 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. utes of use. When in chronograph corrective mode button B select function goes in sequence 2) Push and hold button A and B simultaneously for at least 2 seconds. starting with the chronograph second hand then to the chronograph 1/10th second hand and 3) The chronograph second hand will rotate 360 degrees (1 full revolution). then to the chronograph minute hand; pushing button B again will begin the sequence again. If this does not occur push the crown back to the 1st position and repeat the A procedure from step 1. 31 Second 4) The chronograph corrective mode is now activated. Minute 1/10 Second 31 1 2 3 Hour (16) B (17)
  11. 11. RONDA 5050.C Adjusting the chronograph second hand: (once chronograph corrective mode has Features: 12 hour laptimer with 1/10th second, big day and big date. been activated) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph second Setting the time: hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00 . 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B once to select the chronograph hour hand adjustment mode. Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. Adjusting the chronograph 1/10th second hand: (if you have just activated chrono- *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel may graph corrective mode push button B once) be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph 1/10 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. second hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the Setting the day of the week: crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B 1) Pull crown out to the 3rd position and adjust until the correct day is displayed. once more to select the chronograph minute hand adjustment mode. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Adjusting the chronograph minute hand: (if you have just activated chronograph Operating the Chronograph: corrective mode push button B twice) 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph minute 2) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the Operating the interval chronograph function: crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B 1) Push button A to start timing. once more to return to the chronograph second hand adjustment mode. 2) Push button B to display split time. This displays the first interval of time, while timing continues in the background. NOTES Button A adjusts the selected chronograph hand. 3) Push button B to release split time. This displays the current elapsed period of Button B selects the next chronograph hand to be adjusted. time. Repeat section 2 for multi-intervals. When in chronograph corrective mode button B select function goes in sequence starting with 4) Push button A to stop the chronograph – Your final time is displayed. the chronograph second hand then to the chronograph 1/10th second hand and then to the 5) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. chronograph minute & hour hands; pushing button B again will begin the sequence again. Resetting the chronograph to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. A 2) Push and hold button A and B simultaneously for at least 2 seconds. SUN Second 3) The chronograph second hand will rotate 360 degrees. If this does not occur push the crown back to the 1st position and repeat the procedure from step 1. Minute 4) The chronograph corrective mode is now activated. 1/10 Second 31 1 2 3 Hour 31 B (18) (19)
  12. 12. RONDA 5040.F Adjusting the chronograph second hand: (once chronograph corrective mode has Features: 10 hour laptimer with 1/10th second, day, month, pointer date. been activated) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph second hand Setting the time: incrementally until it is centered on 12:00 . 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the crown 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B once to select the chronograph hour hand adjustment mode. Setting the date pointer: 1) Press Button C repeatedly to advance the date pointer incrementally until the Adjusting the chronograph 1/10th second hand: (if you have just activated chrono- proper date is shown. graph corrective mode push button B once) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph 1/10 second Setting the day of the week: hand incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 1) Press Button D repeatedly to advance the day incrementally until the proper day 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the crown is shown. back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B once more to select the chronograph minute hand adjustment mode. Setting the month: 1) Press Button E repeatedly to advance the month incrementally until the proper Adjusting the chronograph minute hand: (if you have just activated chronograph month is shown. corrective mode push button B twice) 1) Push and release button A repeatedly to advance the chronograph minute hand Operating the Chronograph: incrementally until it is centered on 12:00. 1) Push button A to start and stop the chronograph. 2) If you have completed resetting the chronograph to zero simply push the crown 2) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. back in to the 1st position for normal operation else push button B once more to return to the chronograph second hand adjustment mode. Operating the interval chronograph function: 1) Push button A to start timing. NOTES 2) Push button B to display split time. This displays the first interval of time, while timing Button A adjusts the selected chronograph hand. continues in the background. Button B selects the next chronograph hand to be adjusted. The 1/10th sec chrono hand becomes an hour hand after an accumulated 30 minutes of use. 3) Push button B to release split time. This displays the current elapsed period of time. When in chronograph corrective mode button B select function goes in sequence starting with Repeat section 2 for multi-intervals. the chronograph second hand then to the chronograph 1/10th second hand and then to the 4) Push button A to stop the chronograph – Your final time is displayed. chronograph minute hand; pushing button B again will begin the sequence again. 5) Push button B to reset the chronograph to zero. E D A Resetting the chronograph to zero: Second 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. SUN JAN 2) Push and hold button A and B simultaneously for at least 2 seconds. Minute 3) The chronograph second hand will rotate 360 degrees.If this does not occur push the crown back to the 1st position and repeat the procedure from step 1. 31 1 2 3 C 4) The chronograph corrective mode is now activated. 1/10 Second 31 B Hour (20) (21)
  13. 13. ETA G10 Features: 30 minute laptimer with 1/10th second, date. Chronograph operation: 1) Push button A to start and stop. Setting the time: 2) Push button B to reset. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Split-time chronograph operation: 1) Push button A to start. Setting the date: 2) Push button B for split time. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. Now you have measured the first interval of time. *(Do not adjust the date between 9:00pm and 2:00am – the date wheel may 3) Push button B to release split time. be damaged-NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY) This is the entire period of time. Repeat section 2 for multi-intervals. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 4) Push button A to stop. 5) Push button B to reset. Setting the chronograph second hand to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Push button B to advance the chronograph second hand until it reaches zero. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1/10th second A Setting the chronograph 1/10th second hand to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. Minute 2) Push button A to advance the chronograph 1/10th second hand until it 31 1 2 3 reaches zero. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Second B Setting the chronograph 30 minute hand to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 2) Push button A to advance the chronograph minute hand until it reaches zero. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. (22) (23)
  14. 14. ETA G15 RETROGRADE Features: 60 minute laptimer, date. Chronograph operation: 1) Push button A to start and stop. Dial display: 2) Push button B to reset. -10 o’clock position displays chronograph minute with 5 minute increment . -2 o’clock position displays chronograph minute with 30 second increment. Split-time chronograph operation: -6 o’clock position displays regular small second. 1) Push button A to start. 2) Push button B for split time. Setting the time: Now you have measured the first interval of time. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 3) Push button B to release split time. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. This is the entire period of time. Repeat section 2 for multi-intervals. 4) Push button A to stop. Setting the date: 5) Push button B to reset. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until correct date is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the chrono-second to 9 o’clock position: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 2) Push button A to advance the chrono-second to 9 o’clock. 60 Minute A 5 Minute 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the chronograph minute (30 sec increment) to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 31 1 2 3 2) Push button B to advance the chronograph minute (30 sec increment) to Second B zero. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the chrono-minute (5 minute increments) to zero: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Push button B to advance the chrono-minute (5 minutes increments) to zero. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. (24) (25)
  15. 15. MULTIFUNCTION MIYOTA 6P80 Features: Pointer date, day, month, moonphase. VX36 Features: Day/date. Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. Setting the time: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date pointer: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until correct date is displayed. Setting the day: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 2) Turn crown clockwise to advance time, the hour hand will synchronize with the day. Setting the day: 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn crown clockwise to advance time, the hour hand will synchronize with Setting the month: the day. 1) Push button A to advance month manually. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Pointer date will synchronize automatically with month by one revolution. Setting the moon phase: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. Date 2) Turn crown clockwise to adjust moon phase. 3) Visit http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/MoonPhase.html for the latest moon phase information. Day 4) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1 2 3 A Pointer date SUN JAN 1 2 3 Moonphase (26) (27)
  16. 16. MIYOTA 6P00 MIYOTA GP00 Features: Date, day, month, moonphase. Features: Big date, retrograde GMT. Setting the time: Setting the time: 31 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position 1 2 3 Setting the date pointer: for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn counterclockwise to adjust date. Setting the date: Retrograde GMT 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn crown clockwise to set the date. Setting the day: *If the date is set between the hours of 9:00 PM and 2:00 AM, the 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. date may not change on the following day. 2) Turn crown clockwise to advance time, the hour hand will synchronize with 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. the day. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the GMT (24H): 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. Setting the month: 2) Turn crown counter-clockwise to set the GMT(24H). 1) Push button A to advance month manually. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Pointer date will synchronize automatically with month by one revolution. Setting the moon phase: 31 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. MIYOTA GP30 2) Turn crown clockwise to adjust moon phase. Features: Big date. 1 2 3 3) Visit http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/MoonPhase.html for the latest moon phase information. Setting the time: 4) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Date A Month Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. Day 2) Turn crown clockwise to set the date. 1 2 3 *If the date is set between the hours of 9:00 PM and 2:00 AM, the date may Moonphase not change on the following day. 3) Push crown to normal position. (28) (29)
  17. 17. MIYOTA GP50 RONDA 706.B Features: Retrograde date, retrograde GMT. Features: Date, day, moonphase, pointer month/week. Setting the time: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: Setting the month or week: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. 1) Use a sharp object to push recessed button A. *If the date is set between the hours of 9:00 PM and 2:00 AM, the date may 2) Push and release button until month or week is indicated. not change on the following day. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: 1) Use a sharp object to push recessed button B. Setting the GMT (24H): 2) Push and release button until date is indicated. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn crown counter-clockwise to set the GMT(24H). Setting the day: 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn crown counter clockwise to advance time. 3) Every 24 hour period will advance the indicator by 1 day. Setting the moonphase: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn crown clockwise to adjust moonphase, the time will roll back. Retrograde date (Visit http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/MoonPhase.html for the latest moon phase information) 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1 2 3 Retrograde GMT Date A Day 1 2 Moonphase B Pointer month/week (30) (31)
  18. 18. RONDA 706.3, 706 RONDA 7003.N, 7003.L, 7004.N Features: Date, day, moonphase, month. Features: Big date, retrograde day. Setting the time: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the month: Setting the date: 1) Use a sharp object to push recessed button C. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. 2) Push and release button until month or week is indicated. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: Setting the day: 1) Use a sharp object to push recessed button A. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. 2) Push and release button until date is indicated. 2) Turn crown clockwise to forward the time. (Every 24hrs will immediately advance one day) Setting the day: 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Use a sharp object to push recessed button B. 2) Push and release button until date is indicated. Setting the moonphase: 1) Pull the crown out to position 2. 31 2) Turn the crown clockwise to adjust moonphase, the time will roll back. (Visit http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/MoonPhase.html for the latest moon phase information) 1 2 3 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Retrograde day Month Date Retrograde day Day C Moonphase 1 2 3 1 2 31 B A (32) (33)
  19. 19. RONDA 515.24H, 515.24D ANA-DIGITAL Features: GMT, date. MIYOTA T201 Setting the time: Features: Alarm, chronograph, calendar, second time zone, chime, light. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the analog time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. Setting the calendar: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Push button C to display calendar mode. 2) Push button B and hold for 3 secs. B to forward and A to advance. Setting the GMT: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position. Setting the digital-dual time: 2) Turn crown counter clockwise to forward the GMT. 1) Push button C to display dual time. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push button B and hold for 3 secs. B to forward and A to advance. Setting the alarm: 1) Push button C to display alarm mode. 2) Push button A to turn on/off alarm. 3) Push button B to set alarm. 4) Once it starts to blink, push button B to forward and button A to advance. 31 GMT To start chronograph: 1 2 3 1) Push button C to display chronograph mode. 2) Push button A to start/stop. 3) Push button B to reset to zero. Setting the chime: - On date and time mode, press button A and B to turn on/off chime. 31 C GMT 24 1 2 3 12 31 SU 1 2 B A (34) (35)
  20. 20. MIYOTA T270 MIYOTA T240 Features: Dual display (World time), calendar, alarm, chronograph, timer, Features: Dual display (3rd time zone), alarm, chronograph, timer, second time second time zone, chime. zone, date, chime, light. Setting the analog time: Setting the analog time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the digital-dual time: Setting the upper digital time: 1) Push button C to display 2nd time zone and push A to select desired city. 1) Push button C for calendar mode on the bottom display. 2) Push button B and hold for 3 secs. B to forward and A to advance. 2) Push button B and hold for 3 seconds. 3) Once it starts blink, push button B to forward and button A to advance. Setting the calendar: 1) Push button C to display calendar mode and push A to select desired city. Setting the calendar: 2) Push button B and hold for 3 secs. B to forward and A to advance. 1) Push button C to display calendar mode. 2) Push button B to forward and button A to advance. Setting the alarm: 1) Push button C to display alarm mode and push A to select desired city. Setting the alarm: 2) Push button A to turn on/off alarm. 1) Push button C to display alarm mode. 3) Push button B to set alarm. 2) Push button A to turn on/off alarm. 4) Once it starts to blink, push button B to forward and button A to advance. 3) Push button B to set alarm. 4) Once it starts to blink, push button B to forward and button A to advance. To start chronograph: 1) Push button C to display chronograph mode. To start chronograph: 2) Push button A to start/stop. 1) Push button C to display chronograph mode. C 12:5901 3) Push button B to reset to zero. 2) Push button A to start/stop. 3) Push button B to reset to zero. Setting the timer: 1 2 12 31 SU 1) Push button C to display timer mode. Setting the timer: B A 2) Push button B to adjust timer from 60 minutes to 1 minute 1) Push button C to display timer mode. 2) Push button B to adjust timer from 60 minutes to 1 minute. C NYC Setting the digital-dual time: 1) Push button C to display dual time. 1 2 2) Push button B and hold for 3 seconds. 12 31 SU 3) Push button B to forward and push A to advance. B A (36) (37)
  21. 21. SOLAR POWER ALARM SEIKO VS32 ISA 8174/1880 Features: date. Features: Alarm, date. Setting the time: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until correct date is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and turn clockwise to adjust the date. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Care and maintenance on solar panel dial: Setting the alarm time: 1) 3 hours of outdoor-light or 120 hours flourescent light will fully charge the 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and turn counter clockwise to adjust alarm. capacitor ( 6 months working time ). 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) The watch will charge itself through normal daily usage, it does not require extra attention. Switching alarm on/off: 3) Do not expose to direct sunlight, this will cause damage. The alarm is switched on/off by briefly pressing button A. 2 beeps - alarm switched on. 1 beep - alarm switched off. Second Alarm 31 1 2 3 1 2 3 A 31 A (38) (39)
  22. 22. 2nd TIME ZONE AUTOMATIC GENERATING SYSTEM RONDA 6203.B, 4210.B, 4220.B SEIKO YT58, YT57 Features: 2nd time zone, big date. Features: Day/date. Date. SUN 31 Setting the time: Setting the time: 1 2 3 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and turn clockwise to adjust the date. Setting the day: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the 6203.B 2nd time zone: 1) Pull crown A out and turn until correct time is displayed. Setting the date: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn crown clockwise to correct date. Setting the 4210.B and 4220.B 2nd time zone: 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for 31 1) Activate the setting mode by pressing button A for at least 2 seconds. normal operation. 1 2 3 2) As soon as the minute jumps forward one minute, the mode is active. 3) Press button A to set the reference time. How to start your stopped watch: 4) If button A is not push for 10 seconds, the setting mode is deactivated. 1) Swing your watch from side to side rhythmically. The second hand starts to move 2-second intervals after swinging the watch. However it will still lack of power. Second 2) Please swing the watch for longer, even if the second hand has started to move at 1-second intervals. It is recommended that the watch be swung 31 more than 200 times. 3) It is roughly estimated that after 200 swings that there will be about 1 day of power reserve available. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4) Before using the watch, please set time and calendar. A 31 A Power depletion warning function: When the voltage falls to a certain level, the second hand moves at two sec- ond intervals. If you find the second hand moving at two second intervals while Second time zone Second time zone the watch is in use or while it has been left unused, the watch may run down. Please be sure to re-swing the watch to recharge the battery. (40) (41)
  23. 23. MECHANICAL MOVEMENT MIYOTA 8245 Features: sub second. MIYOTA 8205, 8215 Features: Day/date. Date. Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and Setting the time: adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. for normal operation. 1 2 Setting the day: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct day is displayed. Second 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. MIYOTA 8247 Setting the date: Features: sub second, military time. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 2) Turn crown counter clockwise to correct date. Setting the time: 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. Care and maintenance: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position 1 2 * The automatic movement can be wound by either the crown or the rotor. for normal operation. * To restart an automatic movement after not wearing it for a period of time, it is best to wind it manually via the crown, approximately 25 revolutions. GMT Second Important facts: * The rotor turns counter clockwise for winding. * The rotor turns a maximum of 650 revolutions per day. SKELETON: 8N24, 2824, 2189, 2807 * A full charge offers approximately 36 hours of power. Features: skeleton. * Do not adjust date, day and month wheel between 9:00pm and 3:00am The date wheel is extremely delicate and may be damaged during this time Setting the time: period. (NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY) 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position 1 2 for normal operation. SUN 31 31 1 2 3 1 2 3 (42) (43)
  24. 24. MIYOTA 6T51 ETA 2836, 2824. Sellita SW200 Features: Day/date. Features: Day/date. Date. Setting the time: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: Setting the day: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct day is displayed. 2) Each pull beyond position 2 will advance the date once. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. Setting the date: Setting the day: 1) Pull the crown out to the 2nd position and adjust until the correct date is 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. displayed. 2) Turn crown counter clockwise to advance the time. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 3) Every 24 hour period will advance the indicator one day. Care and maintenance: Setting the day in an alternative language: (English/Spanish) * The automatic movement can be wound by either the crown or the rotor. 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. * To restart an automatic movement after not wearing it for a period of time, 2) During the 4am period, turn crown clockwise and watch date window it is best to wind it manually via the crown, approximately 25 revolutions. change day to the desired language. (Let the day roll twice on the pre ferred setting by continuing to turn crown counter clockwise) Important facts: 3) Turn crown counter clockwise to adjust time. * The rotor turns in both directions for winding. 4) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. * The rotor turns a maximum of 850 revolutions per day. * A full charge offers approximately 36 hours of power. * Do not adjust date, day and month wheel between 9:00pm and 3:00am The date wheel is extremely delicate and may be damaged during this time period. (NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY) SUN 31 1 2 SUN 31 31 1 2 3 1 2 3 (44) (45)
  25. 25. ETA 6497, 6498. AD9211 VALJOUX 7750 Features: subsecond. Features: Chronograph, 12 hour laptime, day/date. Setting the time: Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and 1) Pull crown out to 3rd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. adjust until the correct time is displayed. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. 1 2 Setting the day and date: Second 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position. How to wind a mechanical movement. 2) Turn crown counter clockwise to adjust the day and clockwise to adjust the 1) Wind the crown at the 1st position. date. 2) Stop winding once the crown feels tight. Continuous winding after this will 3) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. cause damage to the mainspring. 3) Power reserve is 40 hours once the watch is fully wound. To activate chronograph: 1) Push button A to start and stop. 2) Push button B to reset. Care and maintenance: AD2890, 2891 * The automatic movement can be wound by either the crown or the rotor. Features: 60 minute laptime, mechanical chronograph. * To restart an automatic movement after not wearing it for a period of time, it is best to wind it manually via the crown, approximately 25 revolutions. Setting the time: 1) Pull crown out to 2nd position and adjust until the correct time is displayed. Important facts: 2) Push crown back in to the 1st position for normal operation. * The rotor turns in both directions for winding. Second * The rotor turns a maximum of 850 revolutions per day. Chronograph operation: * A full charge offers approximately 40 hours of power. 1) Push button A to start and stop. * Do not adjust date, day and month wheel between 9:00pm and 3:00am 2) Push button B to reset. Minute The date wheel is extremely delicate and may be damaged during this time 1 2 period. (NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY) How to wind a mechanical movement. 1) Wind the crown at the1st position. 2) Stop winding once the crown feels tight. Continuous winding after this will Minute cause damage to the mainspring. 3) Power reserve is 40 hours once the watch is fully wound. Second SUN 31 1 2 3 Hour (46) (47)
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