Casio Baby-G Instructions

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Casio manufactures a brand of watches called "Baby G." These timepieces are durable and known for their shock resistance. Designed for women, they are also water resistant up to 100 or 200 meters, depending on the model. The first thing you should do after purchasing a Baby G watch is to set it to the correct digital time and date. After that, your Baby G watch is ready to wear and use.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Press the bottom button located on the left side of your watch until it is in timekeeping mode, which displays the day of the week and the day.

  2. 2

    Press the top button on the left side to view the home city to which your watch is set. If it is not set to your home city, you must change this before setting your time and date, because timekeeping mode and world time mode on the watch are linked. Use the city code table located in the user guide to find the code for your city.

  3. 3

    Press the bottom left button to return to timekeeping mode.

  4. 4

    Press and hold the top left button until the seconds start blinking. Press the left bottom button to toggle between city code, hour, minutes, year, month, day and seconds. If you need to change your city code, do this first. Use the top right button and bottom left button to set the correct city code.

  5. 5

    Press the left bottom button to toggle to the next setting, which is the hour. Use the top right button and bottom left button to enter the correct hour.

  6. 6

    Press the left bottom button to toggle to the next setting, which is the minute. Use the top right button and bottom left button to select the correct minute.

  7. 7

    Continue the process until you have correctly set the city code, hour, minute, year, month and day.

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