Seiko Cal. 5M62 Instructions Manual: Power Reserve Indicator; Number Of Swings/power Reserve Indicator

Seiko kinetic diver’s watch cal. m62/5m63.
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NUMBER OF SWINGS AND POWER RESERVE
POWER
1 DAY
RESERVE
NUMBER OF
SWINGS
250
450 ~ 500
1. When the watch stops completely, or if you find the second hand moving at two-second
intervals, swing the watch from side to side at a rate of twice a second.
2. 250 swings will reserve up to 1 day of power. The second hand will start moving at one-second
intervals.
* It is recommended that the watch be swung further until 2 days of power is reserved. As a guideline
of recharging, an additional 200 to 250 swings, about 450 to 500 swings in total, will reserve 2 days
of power.
3. Wear the watch on your wrist.
POWER RESERVE ACCUMULATED WHILE YOU ARE WALKING
Power reserve
✰ The illustrations above provide only general guidelines of the relationship between the power reserve and
the number of swings/the distance you walk. Actual amount of power reserve differs from person to
person.
10
APPROX.
2 DAYS
6 MONTHS
FULL
720 m
★ Wearing the watch.
2 days

POWER RESERVE INDICATOR

Press the button at the 2 o'clock position.
* To allow easy reading of the second hand, press the button when the second hand is at the 12 o'clock
position.
5 seconds
10 seconds
Between
Between 7 days
1 and 7 days
and 1 month
★ The second hand will resume normal movement after the indicated 5, 10, 20 or 30 seconds have
elapsed.
20 seconds
30 seconds
Approx. between
Approx.
4 and 6 months
1 month
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