Learning how to set an Armitron sport watch is easy and can be done in a short amount of time. The Armitron sport watch is a good and reliable, but inexpensive, watch that has great functions. Setting the Armitron watch can be done just with the four buttons located on either side of the watch. The "A" and "B" buttons are located on the left-side of the watch, and the "C" and "D" buttons are located on the right-hand side of the watch. Here are the steps on how to set an Armitron sport watch.
To set an Armitron sport watch, you need:
- Armitron sport watch
- Identify the buttons on the watch. The "A" button is located at the 2 o'clock position. The "B" button is at the 4 o'clock position. On the opposite side of the watch, the "C" button is located at the 8 o'clock position, and the "D" button is at the 10 o'clock position.
- Access the seconds mode. Press and hold the "D" button until the numbers flash on your Armitron sport watch. Press and hold the "D" button once more until the seconds watch flash. To move the seconds, press the "B" button. If you would like to go through the numbers at a fast pace hold down the "B" button.
- Access the minutes and hour mode. Press and hold down the "A" button to change to the minutes mode. Once the minute button begins to flash, press the "B" button. Next, press the "A" button one more time to see the hours flash. To set the correct minute and hour, hold down the "B" button, and make sure that the a.m. and p.m. are also correct.
- Set the date. Press the "A" button once more to change the date on your Armitron sports watch. Once the date blinks, press the "B" button to change the days on your watch. To cycle through the months, press the "A" button one last time while holding down the "B" button until you get to the current month.
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