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THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING YOUR TIMEX® WATCH.
Extended Warranty
Available in U.S. only. Extend your warranty for an additional
4 years from date of purchase for $5. You can pay with AMEX,
Discover, Visa or MasterCard by calling 1 800-448-4639 during
normal business hours. Payment must be made within 30 days of
purchase. Name, address, telephone number, purchase date, and
5-digit model number required. You can also mail a check for $5 to:
Timex Extended Warranty, P.O. Box 1676, Dept. EF, Little Rock,
AR 72203.
Please read instructions carefully to understand how to operate
your Timex® watch.
FEATURES AND BASIC OPERATION
• Time with 12- or 24-hour format
• Date with MM-DD or DD.MM format
• 3 time zones
• Optional hourly chime
• 100-hour chronograph with memory for 30 laps/splits
• 24-hour countdown timer (count down and stop or repeat)
• Occasion reminders
• Golf scorekeeper
• 3 daily/weekday/weekend alarms with 5-minute backup
• Customizable mode set
• INDIGLO® night-light with NIGHT-MODE® feature
• FLIX® system for activation of night-light with flick of wrist
Press MODE repeatedly to step through modes: Chrono, Timer,
Occasion, Golf, Alarm 1, Alarm 2, and Alarm 3. Press MODE to exit
current mode and return to Time mode.
SET·RECALL
(DONE)
CHR
MODE
(NEXT)
Button functions shown with secondary functions in parentheses
To set time, date, and options:
1) With time and date showing, press and hold SET·RECALL.
2) Current time zone (1, 2, or 3) flashes. Press + or – to select time
zone to set, if desired.
3) Press NEXT. Hour flashes. Press + or – to change hour (including
AM/PM); hold button to scan values
4) Press NEXT. Minutes flash. Press + or – to change minutes
5) Press NEXT. Seconds flash. Press + or – to set seconds to zero.
6) Press NEXT. Month flashes. Press + or – to change month.
7) Press NEXT. Day flashes. Press + or – to change day.
8) Press NEXT. Year flashes. Press + or – to change year.
9) Press NEXT to set options. Press + or – to change value and
then press NEXT to go to next option. Press DONE at any step
to exit and save settings. Available options are 12- or 24-hour
time format, MM-DD or DD.MM date format, hourly chime N,
beep for button presses, mode customization (Select "HIDE" for
unwanted modes – they are removed from mode sequence).
When a mode is on, T appears below mode name on display. If you
hide a mode, you can turn it back on later using procedure above.
Press START·SPLIT once and hold to see 2nd time zone. Press
START·SPLIT twice and hold to see third time zone. Continue to
hold button for 4 seconds to switch to displayed time zone.
Press and hold STOP·RESET to see next upcoming occasion (see
description of Occasion mode). Release and immediately press and
hold again to see subsequent occasions.
CHRONOGRAPH
This mode provides a chronograph (stopwatch) function. Press
MODE to go to Chrono mode.
To start, press START·SPLIT. Chrono counts up by hundredths of a
second up to one hour, then by seconds up to 100 hours.
Stopwatch icon w flashes to indicate chrono is running.
To stop, press STOP·RESET. Stopwatch icon w freezes to indicate
chrono is stopped.
To resume, press START·SPLIT, or to reset (clear) chrono, press and
hold STOP·RESET.
Chrono continues to run if you exit mode. Stopwatch icon w
appears in TIME mode.
While chrono is running, press START·SPLIT to take a split. Lap and
split times will be displayed with lap number.
Lap and split times are stored in memory until a new workout is
started (chrono started from zero).
LAP 1 = 7.11
LAP 2 = 7.50
SPLIT 1 = 7.11
SPLIT 2 = 15.01
To recall split times during or after workout, press SET·RECALL.
Then, press + or – to step through splits. Press DONE to exit.
To set display format, press SET·RECALL while chrono is reset.
Then, press + or – to select desired format. Press DONE to exit.
NOTES:
• When a split is taken, times are frozen on the display for 10
seconds. Press MODE to release display and show running
chrono immediately.
• Press NEXT to switch between recall and format setting.
Timer mode provides a countdown timer with alert. Press MODE
repeatedly until TIMER appears.
To set countdown time:
1) Press SET·RECALL. Hours flash. Press + or – to change hours;
hold button to scan values.
2) Press NEXT. Minutes flash. Press + or – to change minutes.
3) Press NEXT. Seconds flash. Press + or – to change seconds.
4) Press NEXT. Action at end of countdown flashes. Press + or –
to select STOP or REPEAT, indicated by hourglass icon with
arrow h.
5) Press DONE at any step when done setting.
To start timer, press START·SPLIT. Timer counts down every second
from countdown time. Hourglass icon H flashes to indicate timer is
running.
To pause countdown, press STOP·RESET. Hourglass icon H
freezes to indicate timer is stopped.
To resume countdown, press START·SPLIT, or to reset countdown,
press STOP·RESET.
Watch beeps and night-light flashes when countdown ends (timer
reaches zero). Press any button to silence. If REPEAT AT END
selected, timer repeats countdown indefinitely.
Timer continues to run if you exit mode. Hourglass icon H appears
in Time mode.
The watch has three alarms. Press MODE repeatedly until ALM 1,
ALM 2, or ALM 3 appears.
To set alarm:
1) Press SET·RECALL. Hour flashes. Press + or – to change hour;
hold button to scan values.
2) Press NEXT. Minutes flash. Press + or – to change minutes.
3) Press NEXT. AM/PM flashes if in 12-hour time format. Press
+ or – to change.
4) Press NEXT. Alarm day setting flashes. Press + or – to select
DAILY, WKDAYS, or WKENDS.
5) Press DONE at any step when done setting.
To turn alarm on/off, press START·SPLIT.
Alarm clock icon a appears when alarm is on in this mode and in
Time mode.
When alarm sounds, night-light flashes. Press any button to silence.
If no button is pressed, alarm will sound for 20 seconds and repeat
once five minutes later.
Each of the three alarms has a different alert melody.
OCCASION
Occasion mode allows you to set reminders for occasions, like
birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and appointments. Press MODE
repeatedly until OCCASN appears.
Today's date is shown with today's occasion in top line. Press
+ or – to step through dates; hold button to scan dates. Occasion
for displayed date is always shown. Non-recurring occasions may
be set for dates up to one year in advance.
To set occasion:
1) Press + or – to select desired date; hold button to scan dates.
2) Press SET·RECALL. Occasion flashes. Press + or – to change
occasion. ANNIV, BDAY, BILL-YR, and HOLI-YR repeat yearly and
BILL-MO repeats monthly.
3) To set occasions for other dates, press NEXT. Date flashes.
Press + or – to change date; hold button to scan values.
Occasion for displayed date is always shown.
4) Press NEXT to set occasion for displayed date, as in step 2.
5) Press DONE at any step when done setting.
Occasion Reminders
Watch alerts you of occasions at 8:00 AM on day of occasion. You
may choose to receive no alert or an alert at a different time or
day. You may choose different alerting for each occasion type.
E.g., all birthdays may alert one day prior while all holidays may
have no alert.
To set occasion reminder alerts:
1) Go to today's date by pressing + or – (hold button to scan
dates). You may also go to today's date by simply entering
Occasion mode.
2) From today's date, press – to go to ALERT SETUP.
3) Press SET·RECALL. Occasion type flashes. Press + or – to select
occasion type. Your settings will affect all occasions of the
selected type.
4) Press NEXT. Alert status (ON/OFF) flashes. Press + or – to turn
alert on or off for selected occasion type.
5) Press NEXT. Alert time hour flashes. Press + or – to change
hour; hold button to scan values.
6) Press NEXT. Alert time minutes flash. Press + or – to change
minutes.
INDIGLO®
TMR
OCC
GOLF
ALM
1 2 3
STOP·RESET
(–)
START·SPLIT
(+)
TIME
LAP 3 = 7.08
LAP 4 = 7.30
SPLIT 3 = 22.09
SPLIT 4 = 29.39
TIMER
ALARM
7) Press NEXT. AM/PM flashes if in 12-hour time format.
Press + or – to change.
8) Press NEXT. Alert day flashes. Press + or – to set alert for 0 - 9
days prior to occasion.
9) Press DONE at any step when done setting.
Hand icon F appears when displayed occasion type has a
reminder alert. When alert sounds in Time mode, hand icon F
flashes. Press any button to silence. See Time mode for instructions
on viewing upcoming occasions.
TIP: For reminder at end of every month, set BILL-MO for first of
month and alert one day prior.
Golf mode provides a golf scorekeeper. Press MODE repeatedly
until GOLF appears.
Hole number is shown in top line of display. Strokes for hole is at
bottom right and total score for round is in large digits at bottom
left.
Press + or – to change score for hole (up to 15 strokes). Total score
automatically updates.
Press DONE when done scoring current hole. Watch displays next
hole. After 18th hole, totals for round and front nine ("OUT") and
then back nine ("IN") are shown. Press and hold STOP·RESET when
OUT or IN total is shown to clear all scores.
INDIGLO® NIGHT-LIGHT WITH NIGHT-MODE® FEATURE
Press INDIGLO® button to illuminate watch display for 2 - 3
seconds (5 - 6 seconds while setting).
Electroluminescent technology used in the
INDIGLO® button night-light illuminates entire watch face at night
and in low light conditions. Any button pressed while INDIGLO®
button night-light is on keeps it on.
Press and hold INDIGLO® for 4 seconds to activate NIGHT-MODE®
feature. Moon icon P
Feature causes any button press to activate INDIGLO®
night-light for 3 seconds. NIGHT-MODE feature may be deactivated
by pressing and holding INDIGLO® again for 4 seconds, or it
automatically deactivates after 8 hours.
While NIGHT-MODE® feature is on, you may flick your wrist to a
sharp stop to activate INDIGLO night-light using FLIX® system.
WATER RESISTANCE
If your watch is water-resistant, meter marking or (
indicated.
Water-Resistance Depth
p.s.i.a. * Water Pressure Below Surface
30m/98ft
50m/164ft
100m/328ft
*pounds per square inch absolute
WARNING: TO MAINTAIN WATER-RESISTANCE, DO NOT PRESS ANY
BUTTONS UNDER WATER.
1. Watch is water-resistant only as long as lens, push buttons and
case remain intact.
2. Watch is not a diver watch and should not be used for diving.
3. Rinse watch with fresh water after exposure to salt water.
4. Shock-resistance will be indicated on watch face or caseback.
Watches are designed to pass ISO test for shock-resistance.
However, care should be taken to avoid damaging crystal/lens.
Timex strongly recommends that a retailer or jeweler replace
battery. Battery type is on watch back. If present, push/short
internal reset switch after replacing battery. Battery life estimates
are based on certain assumptions regarding usage; battery life may
vary depending on actual usage.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF BATTERY IN FIRE. DO NOT RECHARGE.
KEEP LOOSE BATTERIES AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
TIMEX INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY
(U.S. – LIMITED WARRANTY – PLEASE SEE FRONT OF INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
FOR TERMS OF EXTENDED WARRANTY OFFER)
Your TIMEX® watch is warranted against manufacturing defects by Timex
Corporation for a period of ONE YEAR from the original purchase date. Timex
and its worldwide affiliates will honor this International Warranty.
Please note that Timex may, at its option, repair your watch by installing new or
thoroughly reconditioned and inspected components or replace it with an iden-
tical or similar model. IMPORTANT — PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WARRANTY
DOES NOT COVER DEFECTS OR DAMAGES TO YOUR WATCH:
1) after the warranty period expires;
2) if the watch was not originally purchased from an authorized Timex
retailer;
3) from repair services not performed by Timex;
4) from accidents, tampering or abuse; and
5) lens or crystal, strap or band, watch case, attachments or battery. Timex
may charge you for replacing any of these parts.
THIS WARRANTY AND THE REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE AND
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PUR-
POSE. TIMEX IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUEN-
TIAL DAMAGES. Some countries and states do not allow limitations on implied
warranties and do not allow exclusions or limitations on damages, so these
limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights
and you may also have other rights which vary from country to country and
state to state.
To obtain warranty service, please return your watch to Timex, one of its affiliates
or the Timex retailer where the watch was purchased, together with a com-
pleted original Watch Repair Coupon or, in the U.S. and Canada only, the com-
pleted original Watch Repair Coupon or a written statement identifying your
name, address, telephone number and date and place of purchase. Please
include the following with your watch to cover postage and handling (this is
not a repair charge): a US$ 7.00 check or money order in the U.S.; a CAN$6.00
cheque or money order in Canada; and a UK£2.50 cheque or money order in
the U.K. In other countries, Timex will charge you for postage and handling.
NEVER INCLUDE A SPECIAL WATCHBAND OR ANY OTHER ARTICLE OF PER-
SONAL VALUE IN YOUR SHIPMENT.
For the U.S., please call 1-800-448-4639 for additional warranty information.
For Canada, call 1-800-263-0981. For Brazil, call +55 (11) 5572 9733. For
Mexico, call 01-800-01-060-00. For Central America, the Caribbean, Bermuda
and the Bahamas, call (501) 370-5775 (U.S.). For Asia, call 852-2815-0091. For
the U.K., call 44 020 8687 9620. For Portugal, call 351 212 946 017. For France,
call 33 3 81 63 42 00. For Germany, call 49 7 231 494140. For the Middle East
and Africa, call 971-4-310850. For other areas, please contact your local Timex
retailer or Timex distributor for warranty information. In Canada, the U.S. and
in certain other locations, participating Timex retailers can provide you with a
postage-paid, pre-addressed Watch Repair Mailer for your convenience in
obtaining factory service.
©2006 Timex Corporation. Timex is a registered trademark of timex corpora-
tion. INDIGLO is a registered trademark of Indiglo Corporation in the US. and
other countries.
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