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Casio Sea Pathfinder Instructions

The Casio Sea Pathfinder is a digital wristwatch that combines accurate timekeeping with diver-friendly features like a thermometer and a sensor that records diving information. Learning to program and use the Casio Sea Pathfinder watch is simple, so dive in and get started.

"A" Button

The "A" button on the Casio Sea Pathfinder wristwatch is used to enter and exit the settings screen when programming time, date and alarm functions on your watch. In Log Memory mode, the "A" button is used to toggle between the date and maximum-depth screens. In Recall or Dive Profile modes, holding the "A" button deletes the displayed data record.

"C" Button

The "C" button on the Casio Sea Pathfinder watch is used to scroll through the various modes of the watch. The "C" button is also used to advance the flashing when programming the time, date and alarm functions on the Casio Sea Pathfinder.

"D" and "B" Buttons

The "D" and "B" buttons on the Casio Sea Pathfinder watch are used to increase and decrease number values when programming the time, date and alarm functions of the watch. In Log Memory mode, the "D" and "B" buttons are use to scroll through saved dive data.

"D" Button

The "D" button is also used independently to perform a variety of functions. In Alarm mode, holding down the "D" button will cause the alarm to sound. You can also press the "D" button to cycle through the on and off settings for the alarm indicator and hourly chime. In Thermometer mode, the "D" button is used to cycle through the various temperature screens.

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Megan Mattingly-Arthur has been writing professionally since 1998. She has contributed to various publications, including "Teen Voices" and "Positive Teens" magazines, as well as a book, "The Young Writer's Guide to Getting Published." Mattingly-Arthur is studying travel and tourism through Penn Foster Career School.