Pulsar Company unveiled the first electronic digital watch in 1972 and continues to offer a wide selection of digital and manual watches. The Seiko Company purchased Pulsar in 1980. Pulsar watches can be found at most department or clothing retail stores in the jewellery section. Watches for men and women are available in a variety of styles and offer various additional functions beyond timekeeping.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Pull the small knob on the right-hand side of the watch (the crown) out one time, until you hear one click. If the crown is a screw-down crown, turn it counterclockwise until you no longer feel threads turning before pulling out the crown.
Turn the crown counterclockwise to see the previous date.
Pull the crown out one more time until you hear another click.
Turn the crown clockwise until the desired date appears.
Continue turning until the desired time appears.
Push the crown back into the side of the watch.
Time Setting for Watches with Date Calendar
Do not remove the battery from the watch. If the battery expires, take it to an authorised jeweller for replacement.
Look at the back of the watch to see if "Water Resistant" is inscribed there. If it is not, water can damage the watch function. Keep the watch away from moisture.
When "Water Resistant" is inscribed on the back of the watch, the watch can get wet and will continue normal function. However, note that there are different levels of moisture protection. If the watch only states "Water Resistant," the watch can withstand basic moisture but should not be worn in the shower, tub or swimming. If it states "Water Resistant 5 Bar," then the watch can withstand moisture in a shower or brief exposure in a swimming pool. If it states "Water Resistant 10 Bar/15 Bar/15 Bar," then the watch is suitable to wear when showering, swimming and shallow diving.
Wipe the watch face and band periodically with a soft dry cloth to prevent any rust or staining.
Do not expose the watch to any chemicals, such as detergents, solvents or paints, as chemical exposure may damage the watch. Also avoid placing the watch near any magnets, as this may negatively affect its performance.
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