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Timex W-92 Owner's Manual

Timex analog watch owner's manual.

 
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, tele-
phone 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 oper-
ate your Timex watch. Your model may not have all of the
features described in this booklet.
START WATCH
Important: Set day and date first! Remove guard from crown and
push in. For screw-in setting crown, turn COUNTERCLOCKWISE to
loosen. Note: Crown can be located at 3 o'clock or 6 o'clock position.
SET TIME
Pull crown all the way out and turn to correct time. Push crown in to
restart. For screw-in setting crown, push crown in while turning CLOCK-
WISE to tighten.
Watches with date: Note correct time of day (A.M. or P.M.) for proper
date function.
SET DAY
Pull crown to "middle" position and turn CLOCKWISE until correct day
appears. If day does not change, pull crown to "out" position and turn
CLOCKWISE or COUNTERCLOCKWISE through necessary number of 24
hour periods until correct day appears.
IN
MIDDLE
WED 14
WED 14
SET DATE "FAST DATE"
3-Position Crown: Pull crown to "MIDDLE" position and turn CLOCK-
WISE or COUNTERCLOCKWISE until correct date appears.
2-Position Crown: Pull crown to "OUT" position and turn CLOCKWISE
until date changes. Repeat until correct date appears. Adjust date when
month has less than 31 days. Push crown in when finished.
NOTE: Date may need to be manually
updated at the end of each month by
following above procedure (otherwise
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it will continue to 39 and then roll
over to 00).
ROTATING TIME RING (OPTIONAL)
Position symbol ( ) at desired time to start or end activity.
Elapsed ring
COMPASS DIRECTIONAL RING (OPTIONAL)
To get approximate compass reading, point
hour hand at sun. Adjust ring so S (South) is
halfway between hour hand and 12. Adjust
every hour. Make sure hour hand is always
pointed towards the sun.
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OUT
WED 14
Tide ring
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INDIGLO® NIGHT-LIGHT
Press button or crown to activate light. Patented (U.S. pat. 4,527,096 and
4,775,964) electroluminescent technology used in the INDIGLO night-light
illuminates entire watch face at night and in low light conditions.
BRACELET ADJUSTMENT
SLIDING CLASP BRACELET
Open locking plate. Move clasp to desired
bracelet length. Exert pressure while holding
locking plate and slide clasp back and forth until
it engages in grooves on underside of bracelet.
Press locking plate down until it snaps closed. Clasp can be damaged if
excessive force is used.
FOLDOVER CLASP BRACELET
Find spring bar that connects bracelet to clasp. Using a pointed tool
(Fig. 1), push spring bar in and gently twist bracelet to disengage.
Determine wrist size, then insert spring bar in correct bottom hole
(Fig. 2). Push down on spring bar, align with top hole and release to lock
in place (Fig. 3).
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
BRACELET LINK REMOVAL
Removing Links: Place bracelet upright
and insert pointed tool in opening of link.
Push pin forcefully in direction of arrow
until link is detached (pins are designed to
be difficult to remove). Repeat until desired
number of links are removed.
Reassembly: Rejoin bracelet parts. Push pin back into link in opposite
direction of arrow. Press pin down securely into bracelet until it is flush.
SOLID LINK BRACELET
Removing Links: Using a very small screw-
driver, remove screws by turning counter-
clockwise. Repeat until desired number of
links are removed. Do not remove links adja-
cent to clasp.
Reassembly: Rejoin bracelet parts and
insert screw in end of opening where it was removed. Turn screw clock-
wise until tight and flush with bracelet.
WATER AND SHOCK RESISTANCE
WARNING: TO MAINTAIN WATER-RESISTANCE, DO NOT PRESS ANY
BUTTONS OR PULL OUT THE CROWN UNDER WATER UNLESS YOUR
WATCH IS INDICATED AS 200 METER WATER-RESISTANT.
1. Watch is water-resistant only as long as crystal, crown and case
remain intact.
2. Watch is not a diver watch and should not be used for diving.
3. Screw-in setting crown and case back must be screwed into case to
assure water-resistance (see Set Time). (Optional)
4. Rinse watch with fresh water after exposure to salt water.
5. Shock-resistance will be indicated on watch face or caseback.
Watches are designed to pass ISO test for shock-resistance. However
avoid damaging crystal/lens.
If your watch is water-resistant, meter marking or (
Water-Resistance Depth
p.s.i.a.* Water Pressure Below Surface
30m/98ft
50m/164ft
100m/328ft
200m/656ft
*pounds per square inch absolute
BATTERY
Timex strongly recommends that a retailer or jeweler replace bat-
tery. If applicable, push reset button when replacing battery. Battery type
is indicated on caseback. 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.
Fig. 3
) is indicated.
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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    Payment must be made within 30 days of purchase. Name, address, tele- phone 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.

  • Page 2

    To obtain warranty service, please return your watch to Timex, one of its affiliates or the Timex retail- er where the watch was purchased, together with a completed original Watch Repair Coupon or, in the U.S.

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