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Bulova Watch ET700 manual

Brand: Bulova, product: Bulova Watch ET700

Type: Watch

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Watch Setting Guide
FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS
Independent Analog (hands) and
Digital (digits) displays of time – the
traditional look of an Analog watch
with the high technology features
available only from a Digital.
Alarm – use to wake you up, as a
reminder for appointments, etc.
Chronograph – use for parking
meters, cooking, sporting events, etc.
Hourly Chime – use to keep track of time passage, as a
reminder for pill taking, etc.
Conventional (am/pm) or 24 hour time format – use 24
hour format for working with computers, military time, etc.
Calendar – Displays month, date and day.
Alarm Demonstration – to demonstrate the alarm, in the Normal
Time or Calendar Displays, simultaneously press and hold B and C
buttons.
THE CONTROLS
A. Crown for setting and synchroniz-
ing analog hands
B. Push Button for advancing num-
bers in set modes, light, alarm demo
(with C), activate/deactivate alarm,
activate/deactivate chime (with C),
chronograph start/stop.
C. Push Button for entering and
selecting set modes, chronograph
split/reset, alarm demo (with B).
D. Push Button for changing digital displays.
THE ANALOG DISPLAY
Hours, Minutes and Seconds are dis-
played in the traditional manner.To set,
merely pull the notched crown out
when the Second hand reaches the 12
o’clock position all hands will stop. At
this point set the Hours and Minutes
(Hour and Minute Hands may be turned
clockwise or counterclockwise). Set the
Minute Hand to the next approaching minute, now the Second
hand can be synchronized with a time signal (telephone beep, etc.)
by pressing the crown in when the signal sounds the exact time.
Note: When moving from one time zone to another, you may opt
to use the Digital display for local time (enabling you to use the
Alarm) and the Analog display for time at the point of departure.
SETTING THE TIME
Press and release D
button until the
Normal Time
Display appears
To set Seconds, press
and hold C button for at least three sec-
onds. Seconds will flash.To set the Seconds
to zero, press “B” button. Seconds synchro-
nization should coincide with the time stan-
dard being used (telephone beep, etc.). If
the seconds are set to “00” between 30 and
59, the minutes will advance by one minute.
This feature is useful for periodically syn-
chronizing your watch to an accurate time
standard.
From Seconds setting press C button
again. Minutes will flash. Press and release B
button to advance Minutes.
From Minutes setting press C button again.
Hours will flash. Press and release B button
to advance Hours. make sure to select the
right indicator (above seconds).A for AM
and P for PM.
TO SELECT THE 12/24 HOUR FORMAT
From Hour setting press C button again. The numbers 12 or 24
will flash, an H indicator will appear at the right side of the dis-
play. Use B button to alternate the 12 or 24 Hour format.
After the desired format has been selected, press and release C or
D buttons to return to Normal Time Display.
Note: To return to Normal time,Alarm Time or Calendar display
(depending on the function being set) during any setting
sequence, simply press and release D button. If the setting
sequence is not continued, the display will automatically return to
Normal Time,Alarm Time or Calendar Display (depending on the
function being set) within one minute.
SETTING THE CALENDAR
Press and release D button until
Calendar Display appear.
To set date, press and hold C button for
at least three seconds. Date will flash.
Press and release B button to advance
Date.
From Date setting, press C button again. Month and Date indicator
will flash. Press and release B button to advance Month.
From Month setting, press C button again. Day of Week will flash.
press and release B button to advance Day of Week. To return to
Normal Time Display, press and release D button.
SETTING THE ALARM
Press and release D button until Alarm
Time Display appears.
To set the Alarm Hours, press and release
C button. Hours will flash. Press and
release B button to advance Hours.
From Hours setting, press C button
again.The Minute Digit will flash. Press and release B button to
advance the Minute Digit. Press and release C button to return to
Alarm Time Display. Use D button to return to Normal Time
Display.
To activate or deactivate the alarm: In the Alarm Time Mode, press
and release B button to activate or deactivate the alarm (alarm
symbol will appear at the upper left corner when activated).
To stop the alarm, use any of the three buttons.
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BOOK NO. 529 ANALOG/DIGITAL – T200
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HOW TO SELECT
THE FUNCTIONS

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