Festina watches are manufactured in both Spain and Switzerland and are sold in Europe, the United States and South America. A Festina watch will tell you not only the time but also the day of the week and the date. You can program it at any time to adjust to your current time zone. You will have to reset the watch after changing the battery.
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Pull the crown out from the side of the watch until you hear two clicks.
Turn the crown clockwise to set the hour and minute hands. Keep turning until the time is set. There is no need to worry about an a.m. and p.m. setting.
Push the crown back in to start keeping time. The second hand will begin running, indicating the process was successful. If it doesn't move, try pushing the crown in further until it clicks.
Pull the crown out from the side of the watch until you hear one click.
Turn the crown in a clockwise direction to set the day of the week.
Push the crown back in to the normal position or until you hear a click.
Pull the crown out of the side of the watch until you hear it click once.
Turn the crown counterclockwise to set the date. Scroll through the numbers until the proper calendar date is showing.
Push the crown back into place until you hear a click.
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