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Citizen Skyhawk Watch Setting Instructions

Updated November 21, 2016

Citizen Skyhawk watches honour pilots, the Navy Blue Angels in particular, and are aimed for use by pilots and other flight enthusiasts. The watches feature a four-year power reserve, three alarms, chronograph measurement, water resistance and a time/calendar for 22 different time zones. The watches can be purchased online, in many department stores and select retailers. Setting a Citizen Skyhawk watch can be accomplished relatively easily and the watch will never need a battery because the watch is solar powered.

Turn the crown until the mode hand indicates "TME" to set the time on the watch.

Press the button on the top right-hand side of the watch to access the correct city. Pull the crown out 2 clicks to enter time correction mode.

Press the button on the top-right hand side of the watch and hold until the correct location is displayed on the watch.

Turn the crown clockwise until the correct time is displayed on the watch.

Push the crown back into the side of the watch and turn it until the mode hand indicates "CAL" for calendar mode.

Pull the crown out two clicks and turn until the correct date is indicated. Push the crown back to the side of the watch.

Turn the crown until the mode hand indicates "AL-1, 2 or 3" for alarm mode. Pull the crown out one click to turn the alarm on or off. Pull out an additional click and turn to set the alarm time.

Turn the crown to set the mode hand to "CHR" for chronograph mode. Press the button on the top right-hand side of the watch to begin the stopwatch. Press again to stop timing.

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