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FR Lire attentivement la notice. EN Please read instructions carefully before use. ES Leer atentamente las instrucciones DE Lesen Sie die Anleitung aufmerksam durch. IT Leggere attentamente le istruzioni NL Lees voor het gebruik zorgvuldig de handleiding PT Ler atentamente as instrues antes da utilizao. PL Przed uyciem przeczytaj uwanie instrukcj. HU Figyelmesen olvassa el a tjkoztatt. RU RO Citii cu atenie instruciunile SK Pozorne si pretajte nvod CK Peliv si pette nvod. SV Ls informationen noggrant BG TR El kitabn dikkatlice okuyunuz UK AR ZN
If you play a sport regularly or would like to step up your training, the Synkron 500 SD is made for you. With its accelerometer sensor which you attach to your shoe, this product will optimise your performances using speed data and information on the distances you cover in running or active walking activities. The design and comfort of this product have also been particularly developed to suit all body types and to make it suitable for use during sport.
Recommendations for use :
The watch is waterproof to 2 ATM. It can be used in wet conditions and in heavy rain. Do not press the buttons under water. This watch is not designed to measure your swimming activity. Handle the watch with care - do not drop it or subject it to strong impacts. Do not dismantle the watch. This would void the warranty and could cause damage and loss of waterproofing. Read the instructions carefully before use. Keep the instructions for the entire life of the watch. Protect your watch from extremes of temperature: in direct sunlight, the display may darken (caused by the heat). The display will return to its original colour when it has cooled down. Clean with a soft damp cloth. Do not use detergents, which risk damaging the watch equipment.
Batteries and recycling
The watch uses a 3V CR2032 battery. Please note: if you note that the display is flashing unusually or doesnt appear to be working correctly, this usually means that the watch battery is low and needs to be replaced We recommend that you take the watch to a DECATHLON specialist to have the battery replaced. If you change the battery yourself, you risk damaging the seal, thus impairing the waterproof design as well as voiding your warranty. Please check the availability of the battery with your dealer before travelling. The approximate battery life is one year, but this can vary depending on how long it was stored in the shop and the way in which the watch is used. The crossed-out bin symbol indicates that this product and the batteries it contains cannot be disposed of with household waste. They are subject to specific sorting. Take the batteries and your unusable electronic product to an authorised collection area for recycling. Recycling your electronic waste will protect the environment and your health.
Attaching the running speed sensor :
This watch is sold with a speed sensor which attaches to your laces :
1. 2. 3. 4.
Slide the holder under your laces. Clip the sensor firmly to the holder. Check that it is firmly attached before exercising. Point the sensor in the right direction.
The sensor lights up and flashes when you start exercising. It automatically transmits data to the watch. (In SPORT mode, SDM is also displayed for 1.5 seconds). Your speed is displayed when you start walking or running. Distance is linked to the activation of the stopwatch. When you start exercising, the watch connects automatically to the sensor. The sensor must be moving to tell the watch that exercise has begun. If no connection is established: you can connect the watch in the watch settings menu. The maximum range of the connection is 3m. Please note : Check that there are no other sensors inside the 3m range of your sensor. If no connection is established: exit SPORT mode and try again. See the coupling method (cf : watch settings chapter) if no connection is established, if you are in any doubt about the connection or if you have bought other accessories separately. You will then have to set them. The sensor is 97% reliable without calibration, which is good enough for the vast majority of users! However, if you want to improve accuracy, it is possible to calibrate it (see the adjustment method in the chapter on using the sport mode below). The sensor goes to standby after 30mins (if you do not move or if the sensor is over 3m from the watch) to extend battery life. The sensor is waterproof to splashes but not complete immersion. You should therefore not cross a stream, puddles or submerge your shoes with the sensor, etc.
Navigation diagram :
A : ST/STP/SET
C : MODE
B : LIGHT/VIEW
This watch has four operating modes. To go into each mode press the MODE button (C) : TIME : Two time zones. SPORT (Stopwatch speed - distance). TIMER (Countdown) : 2 times DATA (Data memory): 50 data files.
Flashing: the watch is searching for the sensor. When the sensor is located, the symbol stops flashing. Stopwatch. The buzzer is activated. The alarm is activated. Back-lighting the watch : Press button B to activate back-lighting
Mode navigation system :
Explanation of the different modes :
1. Using the TIME mode:
To set the time, hold down button A (ST/STP/SET) for three seconds - (HOLD SET). The hours flash. Press A or D (SAVE) to scroll through the hours. Press B : The minutes flash. Press A or D to change the minutes. The seconds flash when you press B. Press A or D to change the seconds.
D : LAP/MEM
The month flashes when you press B. Press A or D to change the month. The day flashes when you press B. Press A or D to change the day. The year flashes when you press B.Press A or D to change the year. 12H or 24H mode flashes when you press B. Press A or D to choose 12H or 24H display. Press C (mode) at any time to exit this setting mode. Use button D to choose between a display which shows the day of the week or the month. Hold down B (Light/View) for five seconds to activate or deactivate the buzzer (TONES). Alarm Press A to display the alarm. Then press D to activate or deactivate the alarm (or ). To set the alarm time and minutes, hold down button A for three seconds (HOLD SET). The hours flash. Press A or D to change the time. The minutes flash when you press B (E.L/View). Press A or D to change the minutes. Press C (mode) at any time to exit this setting mode. 2nd time zone To view the second time zone, hold down button D for five seconds in TIME mode. The T2 symbol is displayed. To set the time in this second time zone, check that T2 is displayed and follow the same instructions as for setting the time (above).
2. TIMER MODE (countdown) :
Using the countdown Press A to : start the countdown. Press A to : stop the countdown. Hold down D to: restart the countdown timer from its start time.If the second countdown timer is activated (TIMER 2: ON see settings in countdown mode chapter) Press B to switch to the second countdown timer.When the timer has stopped: Hold down A (HOLD SET) to go into settings mode. Settings in countdown mode When the Countdown timer is stopped, hold down A for a few seconds: the watch goes into settings mode. You can then set the countdown start value.The hours flash. Press A or D to increase or decrease the hour figure. Press B to set the following parameter: the minutes. The minutes flash. Press A or D to increase or decrease the minutes figure. Repeat the procedure to set: The seconds If you want the countdown to restart once it reaches 0 (REPEAT: ON) or if you want a single countdown (REPEAT: OFF) Activation of the second countdown (TIMER 2: ON) or deactivation (TIMER 2 : OFF) Then where applicable (if TIMER 2 : ON), set the start value for the second countdown timer (in the same way as TIMER 1:hours, minutes, seconds) Press C at any time to exit Settings mode.
3. SPORT MODE (speed - distance - stopwatch) :
In sport mode you can perform the following operations : Use the stopwatch with 50 different lap times. Display your speed and distance during a session. Adjust your personal settings. Record your data during sessions. If you do not use a sensor the display will only show the stopwatch data. Les The data from the sensor is displayed when a sensor is located (the symbol stops flashing). If you want to use a running speed sensor but the symbol is not flashing, you should pair it manually (see watch settings section). Using the stopwatch separately : Press button A to start a session. During the session press B (view) or D (LAP/MEM) to record lap times. Press A during the session to stop the stopwatch. Hold down D for three seconds to reset/save (HOLD TO END is displayed and then YES or NO flashes to give you the option to save the data). Choose YES or NO by pressing A or D. Press B (view) to record the selected option and save your file if you want to. Using the stopwatch with the sensors : If this is the first time you have used the sensors (no symbol flashes when you enter sport mode), you will have to pair them manually (see the corresponding section in sport mode). you must be standing at least five metres from other users so that the watch does not recognise another users sensors. The watch will automatically search for the sensors present when you enter SPORT mode.The corresponding symbols will then be displayed. Press Start (button A) to start a session. By pressing B (light view) you can choose between different displays : distance covered, speed, pace, number of steps/min or laps. Press D (LAP/MEM) to mark lap times. The VIEW button (B) is very useful for changing how these data are displayed.Distance measurement is triggered when the stopwatch is started. Press A to stop the stopwatch.Hold down D for three seconds to reset/save (HOLD TO END is displayed and then YES or NO flashes to give you the option to save the data). Choose YES or NO by pressing A or D. Press B (view) to record the option you choose. In memory mode, you can display all the data from your session see how to use DATA mode (data memory) in the following chapter.
To change the units of measurement, your personal settings or to re-couple the sensor with the watch, hold down button A (ST/STP/SET) for five seconds (Hold Set is displayed). Please note that this operation is only possible if the stopwatch has not been started. 1. UNITS begins to flash : Press A or D to choose miles (m) or kilometres (KM). Press button B (view) to go to the next setting. 2. GENDER flashes : You can enter male or female with button A or D. This item of information is more relevant for the range. Press button B to go to the next settings. 3. WGT KG flashes : You can enter your weight with button A or D but this item of information is more relevant for the range. Press button B to go to the next settings. 4. PACE SHOW begins to flash : Press A or D to enter PACE show (speed in minutes/mile or km) or SPEED show (displays speed in miles/hour or kilometres/hour) Press button B to go to the next setting. 5. AUTO (automatic lap times) begins to flash. This deactivates manual lap times during a session. Press A or D to choose AUTO ON (to activate automatic lap times) or AUTO OFF (to delete this function). If you would like automatic lap times, you can set their distance after pressing button B, by using button A or D. Press button B to go to the next setting. 6. ZONES begins to flash (Cardio Zones are not compatible with this product only with the cardio accessory from our range). However, it is possible to choose preset route types in order to set lower and upper zone limits for speed or pace this depends on the choice between PACE SHOW (speed in minutes per mile/km) or SPEED SHOW which you have already made (point 2 above). Press A or D to activate the zones (ZONES ON or OFF). Press B to go to ZOTONE (beep for each zone choose ON or OFF for this function) and B again to go to the ZO SPD sub menu. Press A to set ZO SPD to ON or OFF. Press B to go to SPD LO (low pace or speed) or SPD HI (high pace or speed). Use button A or D to set these levels. Press button B to go to the following zones. You should note that HR Zone (cardio) and BKE Zone (bike) are not compatible with this product. Press button C to go to the next settings. PC PAIR: not compatible with this product. Press B to. 7. PUSH CALIB begins to flash. The sensor is 97% reliable without calibration! The sensor must be fitted to perform this exercise. See PUSH PAIR above to pair the sensor if the symbol does not flash in SPORT mode. Calibrate the sensor with a preset distance.
The minimum distance is 400M for effective calibration. If it is under 400M the words. BAD RANGE (insufficient distance) are displayed. An athletics stadium with a 400M track is ideal for this exercise. To optimise accuracy, it is recommended that you cover a distance of over 400M at your usual pace. (A distance can be measured by car first of all or on an athletics track.) Press A to start measurement and run or walk the planned distance (RUN is displayed and then it begins to measure your distance). When you have covered the planned distance press A again. ACTUEL is displayed use button A or D to use the current distance. Press B to save the data (HOLD TO SAVE is displayed). Press button B to go to the other method of calibrating the watch. 8. CALIB flashes. Manual calibration is another way of calibrating the sensor more quickly. If you think that automatic calibration differs slightly from reality you can enter a calibration factor to set the disparity.Use button A or D to change the calibration factor (if, for example, you find that your distance is a little under the total displayed on the watch, you can slightly reduce the factor to under 1.00 in order to reduce this disparity, and vice versa for distances which are a little over the totals displayed on the watch). Press button B to go to the next settings 9. PUSH PAIR flashes : Move the sensor to within 3M of the watch. While PUSH PAIR is flashing, press A and the watch begins to search for the sensors (Find is displayed). The sensor symbol stops flashing when the sensor is located. You just need to ensure that the sensor flashes once after a movement and that the maximum distance between the sensor and the watch is no more than 3M. You can press C (mode) at any time to exit the settings menu.
4. DATA mode:
Using the DATA mode : DATA mode allows you to manage the training sessions recorded by the watch in SPORT mode. When you enter this mode, the watch displays the date of the most recent session with the filename given to it. If no session is recorded, the screen displays : NO DATA Press A or D to scroll through the recorded sessions. Press B to display data from the session in question in the following order (press A or D to scroll through the data) Start time Session duration Distance covered (if the distance sensor was activated) Number of steps (if the distance sensor was activated) If the zones setting was activated, the following data will then be displayed in the indicated order : Time spent in the running speed target zone and above the running speed target zone. Of course, the data will only be displayed if the sensors were recognised by the watch before the session started. Press B to display average data from the session. (press A or D to scroll through the data) Average lap time (AVELAP) Average speed (AVESPD)
Then press B several times to display the lap times from the session (LAP 1 LAP 2). (press A or D to scroll through the information from each of these lap times) Lap time duration Lap distance Average lap speed Average and maximum pace Number of steps in the lap. Press C at any time to exit data display mode and return to the session entry page. Warning: it is possible, if you did not connect the sensor, that some data will not be displayed. This is perfectly normal and the problem will be solved when you record a session again with the sensor connected. Deleting one or more sessions To delete a recorded session, hold down button D when you are on the session title page (Run xx). A confirmation screen (HOLD CLEAR) tells you that you are about to delete the session, which will be confirmed by the word CLEAR. If you hold down button D for longer, the watch will then give you the option of deleting all recorded sessions (CLEAR ALL). You just need to keep the button pressed if you decide that you want to do this.
DECATHLON guarantees the initial purchaser that this watch is free from defects of materials or manufacture for a period of two years from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This guarantee does not cover damage resulting from misuse, from a failure to respect the precautions for use, from accidents, from improper maintenance or from commercial use. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from repairs carried out by persons not authorised by DECATHLON. The guarantees contained herein explicitly replace all other guarantees including the implicit guarantee of merchantability and/or suitability for use. DECATHLON cannot under any circumstances be held liable for any damage, whether direct or indirect, general or specific, caused by or related to these instructions for use or the products they describe. During the warranty period, the item will either be repaired free of charge by an authorised repair service or replaced free of charge (depending on the distributor). The warranty does not cover batteries or cracked or broken casings where signs of a blow are evident.
So that we continue to develop improved products which meet your needs, we are pleased to hear your feedback with regard to the quality, functionality and usage of our products. For other countries, you can leave a message on the appropriate section of our website : www.decathlon.com. We will reply as soon as possible.
A: Lap times/reset to zero B: Go to countdown mode C: Electroluminescence D: Start/stop the stopwatch Use: After pressing B to enter stopwatch mode, the last stopwatch time is displayed. Press A to reset the stopwatch to 0. Press D to start Press D to stop Press A to reset to zero Lap time: Press D to start Press A to record a lap time NB:An SPL symbol indicates that the stopwatch continues to function in the background Press A to return to stopwatch Press D to stop Press A to reset to zero
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GEONAUTE guarantees the initial purchaser that this watch is free from defects of materials or manufacture for a period of two years from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This guarantee does not cover damage resulting from misuse, from a failure to respect the precautions for use, from accidents, from improper maintenance or from commercial use. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from repairs carried out by persons not authorized by Geonaute. The guarantees contained herein explicitly replace all other guarantees including the implicit guarantee of merchantability and/or suitability for use. Geonaute cannot under any circumstances be held liable for any damage, whether direct or indirect, general or specific, caused by or related to these instructions for use or the products they describe. During the warranty period, the item will either be repaired free of charge by an authorized repair service or replaced free of charge (depending on the distributor). The warranty does not cover batteries or cracked or broken casings where signs of a blow are evident.
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