How To Set Casio Diver Watch
When you are diving, you are in a world where time seems to slow down, so to make sure that you don't spend too much time underwater, you need to learn how to set a Casio diver watch. Casio makes a wide range of diver watches that are tested for use underwater, that also look stylish on your arm while you are out of the water. With numerous models, there are numerous ways to set the clock and alarm on the Casio diver watch. This article will focus on a digital style diver watch since its instructions may not be obvious. If these instructions do not mesh with your particular watch, go to Casio Operations Guide and enter the four digit number on the back of your watch to pull up the instruction manual.
- Press the bottom right button until the time that you want to change appears. Casio diver watches can hold up to four different times that you can cycle through.
- Press and hold the top left button until the seconds start to flash. You are now in the settings mode of the diver watch.
- Press the bottom left button to cycle through the available settings. The new item will flash telling you that it is now able to be changed. The settings path is as follows: Seconds>DST>City Code>Hour>Minutes>12/24 hour>Year>Month>Day>Backlight. Press the bottom left button three times to get to the "hour" setting.
- Use the bottom right button to increase the hour and the bottom left button to decrease the hour. Once you have set the hour correctly, do the same process for the minutes.
Press the top left button to exit the settings screen.
- Press the bottom left button to access the alarm settings and the bottom right button to cycle through the available alarms. Casio diver watches have up to five alarms that you can set.
- Press and hold the top left button until the hour starts to flash. Use the bottom left button to cycle through the hour, minute and one-time or daily settings.
- Use the buttons on the right side of the watch to change the hour and minutes of the alarm. Use the bottom left button to cycle between a one-time alarm, seen as "1-ON," and a daily alarm, seen as "ON."