Citizen Watch U600
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|Graxujin||8:07pm on Thursday, October 28th, 2010|
|I am using it on Cingular service without any problems for over a year. Call quality is good. Camera resolutions could be better.|
|shinyblue||7:56am on Monday, September 20th, 2010|
|In 3 months I went through 3 of these phones. All of them brand new, all of them had different problems. The last one had multiple problems. In 3 months I went through 3 of these phones. All of them brand new, all of them had different problems. The last one had multiple problems.|
|keithmac||2:19pm on Saturday, July 24th, 2010|
|more style than useful Looks good, useful polyphonics, BUT has a switch on side of phone that changes the ring tones from loud, soft.|
|ZiOns||12:04pm on Sunday, June 13th, 2010|
|In the shell design and V600 and V500 cells slightly different from, cell phone decoration Two - point double - charge . A first-time user of a Motorola cell phone. The style is up to date, and the aluminum casing makes it a nice gadget to hold in your palm. Watch videos, in color with sound to pictures for the news, sports and much more. Listen clean.|
|drum||6:03am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|IT IS a very good product I have used this phone since 2,5 years now. I have not experinced any of the issues mentioned from the other reviewers. I loved the V551.|
|nosajnedgo||7:13pm on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010|
|more style than useful Looks good, useful polyphonics, BUT has a switch on side of phone that changes the ring tones from loud, soft.|
|Vaeltaa||2:48pm on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|Lots of features, looks good call volume I read all the bad reviews of this phone but ... Lots of features, looks good call volume|
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Table of Contents
1. Your Watch.... 9 2. Before Use... 12 Checking the Reference Position.. 14 3. Basic Watch Operations... 16 Radio Signal Reception 4. Radio Signal Reception... 18 5. Poor Reception Areas... 23 6. Display during Reception.. 24 7. Confirming Reception Status... 26 8. Reception Area Guidelines... 28 9. World City Display... 33 10. Charge Level Display... 38
Operations in Each Mode 11. Changing Mode... 40 12. Using Home Time and World Time.. 42 13. Using Daylight Saving Time... 44 14. Setting the Time (TME)... 46 15. Setting the Calendar (CAL)... 50 16. Using the Timer (TMR).... 54 17. Using the Chronograph (CHR)... 58 18. Using the World Time Setting (WT-S)... 60 19. Using the World Time Alarm (AL-1 and 2).. 64 20. Using the Receive Setting (RX-S)... 66 21. LED Lights... 70 22. Resetting Your Watch... 70 23. Adjusting the Reference Position... 72 Using the Slide Rule Bezel... 76
Solar Power 24. Solar Power Function... 88 25. Characteristics of the Solar Powered Watch... 90 A. Power Saving Function... 92 B. Insufficient Charge Warning Function.. 94 C. Overcharging Prevention Function.. 95 D. Guide to Charging Time... 96 E. Handling Your Solar Powered Watch.. 98 Troubleshooting Radio Signal Reception Function.. 100 Eco-Drive.... 104 Precautions.... 106 26. Specifications.... 112
Please use this watch after it has been sufficiently charged by exposure to light.
Congratulations and Thank You for your selection of a CITIZEN Eco-Drive watch. To get the most out of your purchase, please be sure to read this manual and keep it on hand for reference. Once fully charged by exposure to light, your watch will give you years of enjoyment and reliability. If the second hand of the watch is moving at two-second intervals, this indicates the watch is insufficiently charged. To ensure proper operation, the watch should be fully charged by placing the watch under direct sunlight for about eight (8) hours. We recommend the watch keep a high charge level to ensure optimum operation. Charge your watch as indicated in Guide to Charging Time (p. 96).
Notice All repairs performed on this watch are to be performed at the CITIZEN. When desiring to have your watch repaired or inspected, please contact the Citizen Service Center either directly or through the store where you purchased your watch.
Part Names (1)
UTC hour hand UTC minute hand Charge level indicator/ radio wave reception indicator Home time minute hand Button (B) Home time hour hand 24-hour hand Crown Digital display 2 (Displays the home city) Button (A) Home time second hand Mode hand Digital display 1 (Displays world city/ world time)
Part Names (2): Digital Displays
[Digital display 2]
Home city name
[Digital display 1]
World city name
Insufficient charge warning mark World city time Hour/minute/second
Chronograph measurement mark Timer measurement mark Alarm setting mark Daylight saving time setting mark Morning: A Afternoon: P
Note: To assist in the explanation, all parts of the digital display are shown in the illustration.
The illustrations shown in this manual may differ from the actual watch you have purchased.
Part Names (3): Radio Wave Reception Display
NO: Signal reception failed RX: Reception standby H, M, L: Reception level/ reception status
<Receiving the radio signals>
1. Remove the watch from your wrist and place on a stable surface in a location, such as near a window, from which radio waves can be easily received, pointing the 9:00 side (reception antenna position) in the direction of the radio wave transmitter. 2. The watch will automatically receive the radio wave every day at 2 a.m. If it successfully receives the wave, reception is not performed at 3 a.m. and 4 a.m.
An antenna for receiving the radio signals is located inside the watch (on the 9:00 position).
On Demand Reception (Manual Reception)
Signals can be received at any time. [Mode hand position when receiving]
Recovery Automatic Reception (Automatic Reception)
If the watch stops due to insufficient charging, expose the watch to sunlight to recharge it. When the watch is recharged sufficiently, it will automatically receive the radio wave once. * Regularly charge your radio controlled watch so it does not become insufficiently charged. The radio wave reception can be checked with Confirming Reception Status. (p. 26)
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 and turn to align the mode hand with the CAL, TME or RX-S position. 2. Return the crown to the normal position. 3. Remove the watch from your wrist and place on a stable surface near a window where the radio signal can be easily received.
4. Point the 9:00 side of the watch in the direction of the radio wave transmitter, and hold down the lower right button (A) for more than 2 seconds. Release when the confirmation tone sounds and the second hand stops at RX. The second hand will then move to H, M or L. * Do not move the watch during reception. 5. When the radio wave has been properly received, the second hand will automatically move from H, M or L to the time that was received, all the hands will be corrected, and the second hand will return to 1-second interval movement. 20
<Storing Your Radio Controlled Watch>
If the watch has received insufficient light for charging or has been kept in a dark location for an extended period of time (one week or more), the Power Save Feature of the watch is activated and the hands of the watch stop. Even though the watch will not show movement, the correct time is kept in memory. When the watch is in the Power Save mode, it will continue to keep the correct time internally. In some instances, Automatic Reception may not be successful due to a weak signal reception. When resuming use of the watch after the power save mode has been activated for an extended period of time, you can cancel the Power Save function by placing the watch in light sufficient for charging and performing the On Demand reception process to correctly set the time and date. (Refer to page 92 for information on the Power Save Function.)
Reception level H M L NO
Reception status Radio wave reception environment was very good Radio wave reception environment was good Radio wave reception environment was not very good Signal reception failed
* The time display may shift slightly depending on the reception environment and internal watch processing even if radio waves are properly received. * H, M and L indicate the reception status and are not connected to the performance of the watch. If NO is indicated, find a location or direction where the reception is better and perform on demand reception again. (p. 20)
8. Reception Area Guidelines
This watch can receive standard time radio waves broadcast from Japan (two transmitters), the USA and Europe (Germany). The standard time radio wave to be received can be changed by selecting the city in another region. The maps show the approximate reception areas. However, note that the radio wave condition could change due to factors including the weather (such as lightning) and changes in the season or sunrise/sunset time. The reception area on the map is only guideline, and it may be difficult to receive the radio signal even within the areas indicated on the map.
Standard time radio signal
Transmitter Ohtakadoya-yama Standard Time Transmitter (Fukushima Transmitter) Hagane-yama Standard Time Transmitter (Kyushu Transmitter) Fort Collins Transmitter, Denver, Colorado Mainflingen Transmitter, Southeast Frankfurt
Frequency 40 kHz 60 kHz 60 kHz 77.5 kHz
WWVB USA DCF77 Germany
The standard time radio wave this watch uses is broadcast almost continuously 24-hours a day, but may occasionally be interrupted for maintenance. Even if reception of the standard time radio signal has failed, the watch will continue to be accurate to within 15 seconds per month.
JPN: JJY (Japan) Automatically selects one of the two transmitters Fukushima Transmitter: 1,500 km radius from the transmitter Kyushu Transmitter: 2,000 km radius from the transmitter
USA: WWVB (USA) Fort Collins: 3,000 km radius from the transmitter
EUR: DCF77 (Germany) Mainflingen: 1,500 km radius from the transmitter
9. World City Display
UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) and 43 cities (or regions) are registered in this watch in advance, and it is also possible to register one additional city. The time of each city can be called up and displayed. Press the upper right button (B) while the crown is in position 1 during TME mode or CAL mode to display in sequence from the top left to bottom right the city names shown in Table of UTC Time Differences (p. 35), and press the lower right button (A) to display the city names in sequence from the bottom right to top left. When visiting a city other than the registered 43 cities, please display one of the registered cities in the same time zone.
UTC: Coordinated Universal Time This is the time of an atomic clock that is used as the global standard (= international atomic time). It uses leap seconds to correct deviations in time systems that are based on the rotation of the Earth (universal time).
[Cities and the standard time radio wave assignment]
The received standard time radio waves shown in Table of UTC Time Differences are assigned one of the following three radio wave transmitters, in accordance with the home city in digital display 2.
[Table of UTC Time Differences] Set to TME mode and press the upper right button (B) repeatedly while the crown is in position 1 to display in sequence in digital display 1 the tables city names from top to bottom, and press the lower right button (A) to display in sequence the city names from bottom to top.
Watch display Received Time standard Watch difference time radio display wave Received Time standard difference time radio wave
[Standard time radio wave assignment]
Radio signal transmitter Digital display 2
JPN : JJY (Japan) USA : WWVB (USA) EUR : DCF77 (Germany)
UTC LON PAR
Coordinated universal time London Paris
CAI +1 +1 +1 +1 --EUR EUR EUR EUR EUR JNB ATH
Cairo Johannesburg Athens
+2 +2 +2 +3 +3 + 3.5 +4
EUR EUR EUR EUR EUR EUR EUR
Radio wave transmitters are assigned even for countries and regions outside the reception area. Radio wave transmitter assignment does not guarantee reception. For regions that are assigned Japans standard time radio wave (JJY), either the Fukushima transmitter or Kyushu transmitter is selected automatically for reception, whichever is easier to receive. 34
MOW Moscow RUH THR DXB Riyadh Tehran Dubai
ROM Rome BER Berlin
Received Time standard Watch difference time radio display wave
Received Time standard difference time radio wave
KBL KHI DEL DAC RGN BKK SIN HKG BJS TPE TYO
Kabul Karachi Delhi Dhaka Yangon Bangkok Singapore Hong Kong Beijing Taipei Tokyo
+ 4.5 +5 + 5.5 +6 + 6.5 +7 +8 +8 +8 +8 +9
EUR JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN
SEL ADL SYD NOU AKL SUV
Seoul Adelaide Sydney Noumea Auckland Suva
+9 + 9.5 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 12 - 11 - 10 -9 -8 -8
JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN JPN USA USA USA USA USA
DEN CHI MEX NYC
Denver Chicago Mexico City New York
-7 -6 -6 -5 -5 -4 -3
USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
Fernando de Noronha Azores Any
Depends on the time difference
YMQ Montreal CCS RIO Caracas Rio de Janeiro
Time difference set HOM by user
MDY Midway Islands HNL ANC LAX YVR Honolulu Anchorage Los Angeles Vancouver
Radio waves are only received from the assigned transmitters. (Example: WWVB radio waves cannot be received when TYO is displayed in digital display 2)
10. Charge Level Display
The charge level (approximate) is displayed in four grades to show how much the secondary battery is charged. The charge level indicator points to the middle of each grade. Use the charge level display as a guideline when wearing your watch. We recommend that you regularly check the charge level and keep it at level 2 or above.
[Checking the charge level display]
Level Charge level display About 3 to 20 days The charging level is rather low. Recharge the watch. About 20 to 130 days The charge condition is good. The watch can be used normally at this level. About 130 to 180 days The watch is sufficiently charged. The watch is fully charged and can be used normally at this level. Level 0 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
About 3 days Remaining time (approximate) Insufficient charging. Recharge the watch immediately. The insufficient charge warning is activated at this level.
[Caution] When the charge level indicator points at level 0, the secondary battery is very low. The second hand moves at 2-second intervals, and the mark flashes in the digital display. After about three days the battery will run out and the watch will stop. Be sure to recharge the watch before this condition is reached.
11. Changing Mode
This watch has eight modes: time (TME), calendar (CAL), timer (TMR), chronograph (CHR), world time set (WT-S), alarm 1 (AL-1), alarm 2 (AL-2) and receive set (RX-S). 1. Pull the crown out to position 1 (mode switching position). The home city and (M) are displayed alternately on digital display 2 to show that the mode switching status has been entered. 2. Turn the crown to the right or left to align the mode hand with the desired mode. 3. Return the crown to the normal position.
* Crown in position 1 CHR Chronograph
WT-S World time set
AL-1 Alarm 1
Turn the crown to the right
Turn the crown to the left
AL-2 Alarm 2
Digital display 2
Mode switching position Displayed alternately Mode adjustment position Mode hand CAL Calendar TME Time RX-S Receive set
12. Using Home Time and World Time
When going to a country or region in a different time zone when on business or vacation, the destination home time can be easily displayed by switching the home time and world time. * Switching can only be performed during the time mode (TME) or calendar mode (CAL).
Example: During time mode (TME)
<Switching between home time and world time>
Example: Going to New York from Los Angeles When Los Angeles time 10:09 a.m. is displayed for the home time (hand display) and New York time P1:09 is displayed for the world time (digital display) 1. Pull the crown out to position 1 (mode switching position). The home city LAX and (M) are displayed alternately on digital display 2, to show that the mode switching status has been entered. 2. Turn the crown to enter time mode (TME) or calendar mode (CAL). 3. Press button (A) and button (B) at the same time. A confirmation tone sounds, and the Los Angeles and New York city names and times are switched. The date is also switched at the same time. 4. Turn the crown to return to the original mode. 5. Return the crown to the normal position to complete the operation.
Pull the crown out to Button (B) position 1 and press buttons (A) and (B) at the same time. The hands also change at the same time. Digital display 2 Button (A) Digital display 1 [Digital display 2] Home city: NYC (New York) Home time (hand display): 1:09 p.m. [Digital display 1] World city: LAX (Los Angeles) World time (digital display): A10:09
[Digital display 2] Home city: LAX (Los Angeles) Home time (hand display): 10:09 a.m. [Digital display 1] World city: NYC (New York) World time (digital display): P1:09
13. Using Daylight Saving Time
To change automatically to daylight saving time by receiving the radio wave By setting the daylight saving time reception setting in RX-S mode to AU, when the radio wave is received, the time will be automatically updated with the daylight saving time information of the received radio wave. * The home city must be a city within the reception area. * The timing for changing to daylight saving time can vary depending on the city or region. There may be cases when the time is not changed on the appropriate date. To manually set daylight saving time To manually set daylight saving time, set the RX-S mode to mA, select the city in TME mode (or WT-S mode), and set the daylight saving time setting to ON. To deactivate daylight saving time To deactivate daylight saving time, set the RX-S mode to mA, select the city in TME mode (or WT-S mode), and set the daylight saving time setting to OF (off).
<Daylight saving time and Show/hide city settings>
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 and turn to align the mode hand with WT-S (world time set mode). 2. Pull the crown out to position 2 to enter the world time correction status. Digital display 2 goes off, digital display 1 enters the daylight saving time setting status for the city that is displayed, and ON or OF flashes. The initial settings are all OF (canceled).
<Setting the desired time difference>
Any time difference can be set between the HOM city and the UTC time, in units of 15 minutes. (Range of -12 to +14 hours from UTC) The radio wave received at HOM will be from the transmitter assigned to the city that has the most similar time difference with UTC. 1. Pull the crown out to position 1 and turn to align the mode hand with WT-S (world time set mode). 2. Pull the crown out to position 2 to enter the world time correction status. 3. Turn the crown to call up HOM for the world city. ON or OF flashes and the watch enters the daylight saving time setting status.
Daylight saving time ON/OF flashes
Turn the crown to select HOM
4. Press the upper right button (B) twice to enter the time difference setting status. Each time you press the upper right button (B), the Daylight saving time ON/OF, City display SET/OFF and Time difference setting correction location changes. The new correction location will begin flashing. 5. Turn the crown to set the time difference. Turn to the right to display (+) in the world time section and display time differences with UTC in 15-minute units in the time display section. Turn to the left to display () in the world time section and display time differences with UTC in 15-minute units in the time display section. Turn the crown continuously to change the time difference quickly. Turn crown to the right or left to stop the quick movement. 6. Press the crown back into its normal position. * If the time difference is not set, the HOM city will not be displayed regardless of whether the display is set to SET or OFF.
[Time difference setting status]
When a time difference of +5 hours 45 minutes with UTC is set
19. Using the World Time Alarm (AL-1 and 2)
An alarm can be set for the set city time. Once a day, the alarm will sound for 15 seconds when it reaches the set time. To stop the alarm, press button (A) or (B). The sound of the alarm is different for alarm 1 and alarm 2, but the setting method is the same.
MEX Mexico City NYC New York YMQ Montreal
1. Pull the crown out to position 1 and turn to align the mode hand with RX-S (receive set mode). 2. Pull the crown out to position 2 to enter the daylight saving time (SMT) reception setting status. AU or mA flashes and the watch enters the correction status. Each time the upper right button (B) is pressed, the display switches between the daylight saving time reception setting and the automatic reception setting. 3. Press the lower right button (A) to select AU or mA.
Button (A) Button (A)
Turn the crown
4. Press the upper right button (B) to enter the automatic reception setting status. The set automatic reception status flashes. AUT, MAN and OFF flash and the watch enters the correction status. 5. Press the lower right button (A) to set the automatic reception operating condition to MAN. The hour of the reception time flashes. Each time the lower right button (A) is pressed, the correction location changes in the following sequence: AUT MAN OFF. 6. To change the reception time, turn the crown to change the time in 1-hour units. Turn the crown to the right to move the time forward and to the left to move the time back. Only the 4 a.m. automatic reception can be changed. (2 a.m. and 3 a.m. are not displayed.) Only the hour can be changed, and when using the 12-hour clock, A indicates a.m. and P indicates p.m. 7. Press the crown back into its normal position. * Nighttime is usually a good time for reception because radio wave noise is relatively low. 69
21. LED Lights
Press the upper right button (B) while the crown is in the normal position to turn on the LED lights of digital displays 1 and 2 for three seconds. However, note that the lights do not come on in the following cases. * During timer mode or chronograph mode * During radio wave reception * During 2-second interval movement (insufficient charge warning status)
22. Resetting Your Watch
If the watch displays or operates abnormally due to a strong impact or the effects of static electricity, reset the watch and then correct the reference position. [Caution] After resetting, all the mode settings return to their initial settings. Perform the settings again as required.
[Power saving 1]
Digital display areas all go off
[Power saving 2]
The digital display areas all go off and the hands stop.
Not exposed to light for 30 minutes or more
Not exposed to light for 7 days or more
B. Insufficient Charge Warning Function
When the charge level indicator reaches level 0, the second hands movement changes from 1-second intervals to 2-second intervals and the mark flashes in digital display 1 to show that the watch is insufficiently charged. The watch will stop due to insufficient charging about 3 days after starting the 2-second interval movement if kept in a place with no light.
If the charging insufficiency occurs during radio signal reception, the operation will stop automatically, the watch will return to the time before the operation, and 2second interval movement will begin. Regularly charge your radio controlled watch so it does not become insufficiently charged.
2-second interval movement
C. Overcharging Prevention Function
When the secondary battery becomes fully charged by exposing the watch face to light, the overcharging prevention function is automatically activated to prevent the battery from being charged further. No matter how much the watch is charged, it will not affect the secondary battery, timekeeping, functions or performance of the watch.
[Caution] During 2-second interval movement, the digital displays and watch operations change as follows. The time cannot be adjusted manually, or by using automatic reception or on demand reception. Push button operations are not possible. All modes change to time mode. The alarm tone and confirmation tone will not sound. (When the timer, chronograph or alarm is used) The LED lights will not come on. The chronograph and timer are forcibly reset and cannot be operated.
D. Guide to Charging Time
The charging time varies according to the model (including the color of the watch face). The following data should only be used as a guideline.
*The charging time is based on continuous exposure.
Charging time (approximate) Luminescence (lx) Environment Time from stopping to For a 1-day resuming the movement charging time 1-second interval movement 4 hours 2 hours 40 minutes 12 minutes 4 minutes 30 hours 14 hours 5 hours 2 hours 40 minutes Time for full charging
Radio signals cannot be received.
Are you moving the watch while receiving a signal and the second hand is showing RX, H, M or L?
Do not move the watch until the signal has been properly received (until normal hand movement is restored). (Reception can take from about 2 minutes to a maximum of 15 minutes.)
Problem Radio signals cannot be received.
Check Is the mode hand pointing to a mode other than TME, CAL or RX-S?
Remedy Pull the crown out to position 1 and set the mode to TME, CAL or RX-S.
Problem The time is not correct.
Check Check the reception status.
Remedy If the reception status is NO, change your location and try to receive the radio wave again. On Demand Reception (p. 20) In TME or WT-S mode, select daylight saving time ON or OF (off). A slight deviance (less than 1 second) may be caused by the internal processing of the watch.
Check whether the daylight saving time is ON or OF (off). (p. 44) The time is not correct. Is the reference position set correctly? Check the reference position. (p. 14) If the reference position is not correctly set, adjust it as indicated in Adjusting the Reference Position. (p. 72) The watch successfully received the radio wave, but it deviates slightly from the correct time. The second hand moved suddenly to the reception standby (RX) position. Have you set the 4 a.m. automatic reception to a different time?
Check again the automatic reception setting of the RX-S (receive set) mode. (p. 66)
Problem Check Is the charge level indicator pointing at level 0? Remedy Charge the watch sufficiently until the charge level indicator reaches level 3, as indicated in Guide to Charging (p. 38) Time. Reset the watch (p. 70) and then correct the reference position. (p. 72) If ERR is displayed again, contact the store where you purchased the watch or a Citizen Service Center. Problem The second hand is moving in 2second intervals. Check Is the charge level indicator pointing at level 0? Remedy Charge the watch sufficiently until the charge level indicator reaches the fully charged level. (p. 38)
The watch has stopped.
Is ERR displayed in digital display 1?
The hands moved forward quickly at the moment that the watch was removed from a desk or drawer.
This is because the power saving mode was canceled when the watch was exposed to light, and the hands moved forward quickly to the current time. It is ready to use. (p. 92)
The watch does not work even after charging.
Did you charge the watch sufficiently in sunlight?
Charge the watch sufficiently, as indicated in Guide to Charging Time. (p. 96) If the watch does not work even after charging, contact a Citizen Service Center.
The hands or digital displays are abnormal.
Reset the watch. (p. 70) (The internal watch system became unstable because of strong static electricity or other external influence.)
WARNING: Water-resistance performance There are several types of water-resistant watches, as shown in the following table.
The unit "bar" is roughly equal to 1 atmosphere. * WATER RESIST(ANT) xx bar may also be indicated as W.R. xx bar.
Indication Dial WATER RESIST or no indication WR 50 or WATER RESIST 50 WR 100/200 or WATER RESIST 100/200 Case (case back) WATER RESIST(ANT) WATER RESIST(ANT) 5 bar or WATER RESIST(ANT) WATER RESIST(ANT) 10bar/20 bar or WATER RESIST(ANT) Specifications Water-resistant to 3 atmospheres Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres Water-resistant to 10/20 atmospheres Minor exposure to water (washing face, rain, etc.)
For correct use within the design limits of the watch, confirm the level of waterresistance of your watch, as indicated on the dial and case, and consult the table.
Examples of use
Moderate exposure to water (washing, kitchen work, swimming, etc.)
Marine sports (skin diving)
Scuba diving (with air tank)
Operation of the crown or button with moisture visible
OK OK OK
NO OK OK
NO NO OK
NO NO NO
WARNING: Water-resistance performance
Water-resistance for daily use (to 3 atmospheres): This type of watch is water-resistant to minor exposure to water. For example, you may wear the watch while washing your face; however, it is not designed for use underwater. Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 5 atmospheres): This type of watch is waterresistant to moderate exposure to water. You may wear the watch while swimming; however, it is not designed for use while skin diving. Upgraded water-resistance for daily use (to 10/20 atmospheres): This type of watch may be used for skin diving; however, it is not designed for scuba or saturated diving using helium gas.
If seawater enters the watch, place the watch in a box or plastic bag and immediately take it in for repair. Otherwise, pressure inside the watch will increase, and parts (crystal, crown, buttons, etc.) may come off.
CAUTION: Keep your watch clean.
Leaving dust and dirt deposited between the case and crown may result in difficulty in pulling the crown out. Rotate the crown while in its normal position, from time to time, to loosen dust and dirt and then brush it off. Dust and dirt tend to be deposited in gaps in the back of the case or band. Deposited dust and dirt may cause corrosion and soil your clothing. Clean the watch occasionally. Cleaning the Watch Use a soft cloth to wipe off dirt, perspiration and water from the case and crystal. Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe off perspiration and dirt from the leather band. To clean a metal, plastic, or rubber watchband, wash away dirt with mild soap and water. Use a soft brush to remove dust and dirt jammed in the gaps in the metal band. If your watch is not water-resistant, take it to your dealer. NOTE: Avoid using solvents (thinner, benzine, etc.), as they may damage the finish.
Be sure to use the watch with the crown pressed in (normal position). If your watch has a screw-lock type crown, be sure to tighten the crown completely. Do NOT operate the crown or button with wet fingers or when the watch is wet. Water may enter the watch and compromise water-resistance. If the watch is used in seawater, rinse with fresh water afterward and wipe with a dry cloth. If moisture has entered the watch, or if the inside of the crystal is fogged up and does not become clear within a day, immediately take the watch to your dealer or Citizen Service Center for repair. Leaving the watch in such a state will allow corrosion to form inside.
CAUTION: Operating environment
Use the watch within the operating-temperature range specified in the instruction manual. Using the watch where temperatures are outside the specified range, may result in deterioration of functions or even stoppage of the watch. Do NOT use the watch in places where it is exposed to high temperature, such as in a sauna. Doing so may result in a skin burn. Do NOT leave the watch in a place where it is exposed to high temperature, such as the glove compartment or dash-board of a car. Doing so may result in deterioration of the watch, such as deformation of plastic parts. Do NOT place the watch close to a magnet. Timekeeping will become inaccurate if you place the watch close to magnetic health equipment such as a magnetic necklace or a magnetic latch of a refrigerator door or handbag clasp or the earphone of a mobile phone. If this has occurred, move the watch away from the magnet and reset the time. Do NOT place the watch close to household appliances that generate static electricity. Timekeeping may become inaccurate if the watch is exposed to strong static electricity, such as is emitted from a TV screen. Do NOT subject the watch to a strong shock such as dropping it onto a hard floor.
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