Citizen Stars And Stripes Navisail Manual

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Citizen Stars And Stripes Navisail Manual

The newest timepieces feature distinctive case shapes and diamond accents. Listen in shuffle mode and enjoy the collection of songs by artists we have worked with over the years.Bulova recognizes and celebrates the extraordinary individuals who pioneered movements, pushed boundaries and challenged the status quo. Login to post It has two buttons on each side of the watch. I need to know which button or buttons to press to set the time. You can find the manual to set watch here: Best regards. JewelSet Digital WatchBest regards. JewelFill in requested details of your watch and click on GET SETTING. INSTRUCTIONS, then click on INTERACTIVE SETTING INSTRUCTIONS. There youRate me, please. There you will find everything you need to set up your watch. Rate me, plz. You may also request instructions from Citizen. Then press the mode button again to advance through each setting. When finished press and hold the mode button to exit the setting mode.Press the mode or bottom left button until the hour digits start to flash.It has two buttons on each side of the watch. I need to know which button or buttons to press to set the time. I need a new back and also a new movement. Will any y100 work ? Would it be a 371 and would that make it run on time.thanks Answer questions, earn points and help others. Login to post Citizen owns Bulova now)Hope this helps, This watch isn't sold on the US market so Citizen USA will not have it on their site.I need a new back and also a new movement. A case number (A string of 4 and 6-figure numbers ie.The first 4 characters of the case number is the movement number. Since the case number is stamped in small characters, it may be difficult to read. Manuals for our past models, as well as new models, are also shown below. You can unsubscribe from our newsletter at any time and thus withdraw your consent to receive the newsletter in the future. Please try again.Please try again.Register a free business account Please try your search again later.

The large, silver-tone watch measures approximately 1.8 inches wide and is topped by a rotating 360-degree bezel. The band is joined by a push-button safety clasp. Other features include water resistance to 100 meters (330 feet) and a scratch-resistant, non-reflective mineral crystal. This watch is powered by Citizen's unique Eco-Drive, which absorbs sunlight and any artificial light through the crystal and dial to recharge the watch continuously. With regular exposure to light, the Eco-Drive continuously recharges itself for a lifetime of use. This watch's Eco-Drive provides a 90-day power reserve (4 years with Power Save feature), and it can be recharged with just 2.5 hours of exposure to light. Eco-Drive Frequently Asked Questions How can you tell if the Eco-Drive watch is getting enough light. In normal use, the watch displays the time and the sweep-second hand moves in one second intervals. A very important feature of Eco-Drive is the Low Charge Warning Mode which as a result of low battery voltage, causes the second hand to jump two seconds at a time (while still keeping correct time). How long will an Eco-Drive watch run after it is fully charged. If your watch is put away where no light is available to it while in a fully charged state, depending on the model, it will run for from 45 days to 5 years. How can the Eco-Drive watch be recharged. Besides sunlight, it can be safely charged by exposing it to a fluorescent desk lamp, with the dial (face) up and within about 8 inches or an incandescent lamp (regular light bulb) no closer than 20 inches. Never use a halogen lamp since the heat generated by it can cause damage to your watch. The most efficient and the quickest is in direct bright sunlight (not windowsill) and never on the dashboard of a car. Warranty It's backed by Citizen's 5-year warranty (from original date of purchase).

About Citizen One of the world's largest watch makers, the Citizen Watch Company was founded in 1924 in Japan from its beginnings as the Shokosha Watch Research Institute. Citizen was also the first to sell watches made with titanium in the world, which is not only light and durable but also non-allergenic (as stainless steel can be to some wearers). Most recently, Citizen has released watches powered by its Eco-Drive, which runs continuously in any kind of natural light or artificial light for a lifetime of use without changing a battery.The very name of the brand conveys a deep respect toward craftsmanship and considered as familiar by citizens the world-over. So as a “citizen” of the world, we bear the responsibility to help cultivate a culture of positive change and on-going evolution through our craft. We take that mission seriously and steadfastly welcome what the future may bring. As a true manufacture d’horlogerie, CITIZEN integrates a comprehensive manufacturing process from creating individual components to a watch’s final assembly. It’s an artisan’s approach to watch making based on pushing forward the boundaries of technology and leveraging our experience toward exploring new possibilities. One pivotal technological breakthrough was the development of a light-driven watch. CITIZEN pioneered this engineering innovation well ahead of other watch manufacturers as early as 1976, which led to the launch of the highly acclaimed Eco-Drive in 1995. Utilizing electrical power converted from virtually any light source, this extraordinary innovation changed forever the way watches could be powered. Eco-Drive eliminated the need to ever replace batteries, which made it especially beneficial to areas where such specialist batteries were not obtainable. This leveled the field for citizens of virtually every country to be able to experience unrestricted joy of wearing and using a CITIZEN watch.

The product development policy, “The Fusion of Technology and Beauty,” remains a constant motivation for us to merge cutting-edge technology with perfection of design beauty, which as a consequence inspires people to strive to be their best at any time. This is the simple belief that no matter who you are or what you do, it is always possible to make something better — and now is the time to start doing it. To help communicate this belief to the world we have created a new global CITIZEN brand movie, brand identity and brand website that represents out Better Starts Now philosophy. If this product is sold by another party, please contact the seller directly for warranty information for this product. You may also be able to find warranty information on the manufacturer’s website.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. G. Ned Christensen 4.0 out of 5 stars It is a beautiful watch and works great. The only complaint I have is that it took me quite a while to be able to even figure out how to set the correct time on it. The manual is thick and there is a fairly steep learning curve on being able to get the watch configured. Now that I have that accomplished, I can get the time in Hong King or London anytime I want, and I may even be able to know the time here at home!The watch looks like a million bucks, runs on solar power, and has more features than I will ever understand. I highly recommend this product.It has great features, never needs a battery, and has excellent accuracy.The directions are not for the faint hearted either, but after you understand them and how the watch functions, it becomes very simple to operate.Lot's of awesome features he would enjoy ie replace his other watch that he physically grew out of!

If you agree to our use of cookies, please continue to use our site.The setting instructions for the Navisail (of which the Stars and Stripes is a special edition), Model No.I have the America's Cup model and would like to get the manual. It would be great if you have it in electronic form. Thanks. Zach Share this topic with: Share Share with: Link: Copy link Back to top Information. OK Join Information. Yes No Choose Display Mode Original Dark DONE. But there is. All of his angst could have been relieved if only he had access to one. For in that one small instrument, he would have had an extremely accurate clock which showed not only Greenwich time, but local time in 29 cities; a perpetual calendar; a stopwatch; a countdown timer; three alarms; a slide rule calculator; with the whole thing being wrapped up in a seaworthy case. Furthermore, he would have had no need to wind it or in fact do or change anything to keep it running for 20 years or more. All in all a remarkable timepiece—however, one that is not without its faults. Also, it should be noted that Digges would still have needed to take daily sun sightings to establish local noon, so that he could compare this time with the UTC (or GMT) time on the Skyhawk and thus work out his longitude. And as we have seen, in determining longitude accuracy is crucial—each error of one second equates to a positional error of 1500 feet or 0.5km. But enough of Digges and his tribulations for now. Let's look at the Skyhawk in a bit more detail. The family history THE SKYHAWK can trace its antecedents back to 1994 or thereabouts, when the original Citizen Navihawk, part of the Promaster series of sports watches, was released (click here to see my review). The whole thing was wrapped up in a heavy stainless steel case, water resistant to 100 metres.

Over the ensuing years several versions of the Navihawk were released (apart from the Navihawk range there was also the Navitach and the Navisail), but the differences were largely cosmetic. I bought a Navi in 1997, and have had great fun wearing it and playing with all the features using it in a serious and professional manner ever since. In 2000 Citizen brought out 'son of Navihawk'—the Skyhawk. It has essentially the same functions but the appearance is very different. The styling is much sleeker as befits a 21st century watch, with rounded contours and integrated lines. Gone are the four round pushbuttons, replaced by a small crown and two flat pushers. Mode changing is achieved by twirling the crown backwards or forwards, as opposed to the uni-directional button pushing of the Navi. The subdials are laid out in a quasi-tricompax pattern at 10, 2 and 6 instead of the 6,9,12 configuration used in the Navi. Unfortunately, this has meant the digital displays are much smaller. Perhaps the biggest change of all is that the Skyhawk has the advanced cal. 650 Eco-drive movement, and is now part of the Eco-drive range instead of the Promaster range. The big question was, should I get one. I wrestled with this knotty problem for some time, but I'm sure, dear reader, you've already guessed the answer.I suppose there were three main reasons: the case and dial are quite different so that while there is a family resemblance they don't look the same; the very solid-looking integrated bracelet is much better than the standard Navihawk one; but more importantly, I wanted to sample the Eco-drive movement. The Eco-drive principle of using only light to power a quartz-accurate movement, with no battery changes and thus being environmentally-friendly, really appealed to me. Was it as good as it was supposed to be. There was only one way to find out.It is at this early point in the whole exercise that I find myself in a dilemma.

There's something about a hand-crafted, highly polished mahogany box luxuriously lined with red or green velvet that appeals to the sybarite in me. Just looking at it, before you've even opened it, tells you that here you've got quality (even though the timepiece inside may be harbouring a common-or-garden ETA ebauche being passed off by the company's spin doctors as an in-house movement, simply because they've added a few swirls of perlage on the plates and engraved the company's name on the rotor). The whole thing is made in China and looks good if you don't examine it too closely. Perfect for the price point. Also in the box was the international guarantee and a rather daunting 218-page instruction manual in three languages—English, French and Spanish. Yes, 218 pages—with 74 of them in English. And I needed every one of them. Even though I was familiar with the Navihawk and its setting procedure, I found the Skyhawk somewhat more difficult to set up initially, especially if like me you live in a timezone which is not an exact hour's difference from GMT (or UTC as we say nowadays). But more of that anon. The first essential is to make sure the watch is fully charged, by exposing it to light if necessary. The stronger the light, the shorter the time needed. The manual recommends 3 hours under a lamp or 50 minutes in direct sunlight. A three bar gauge indicates the state of charge. When I received the watch after its week's journey from the States two bars were showing; despite waving my arm around all over the place that day it refused to show more than two. However, by next morning all three bars were illuminated and it's been that way ever since. Even the slightest amount of light—natural or artificial— seems sufficient to keep it fully charged; it really is amazing. Luckily this can be achieved all at once by selecting the CHR (chronograph) mode and pulling out the crown two clicks.

The aforementioned hands whiz round and should all line up at the zero (or 12 o'clock) position. If they don't (and mine didn't), they can be corrected by rotating the crown—slow movements give small discrete adjustments, a few rapid twirls cause the hands to advance automatically until the crown is touched again. It took me a while to cotton on to this as it's not explained very well in the manual. Initially the hour hand and 24-hr hand are corrected together; pressing the top pusher selects the minute hand, UTC hour hand and UTC minute hand for correction; pressing it once more selects the second hand, and so on through the cycle again. The next thing one has to do is set the time and date, and that is done using the digital time and date displays. This is a much easier procedure than the zero positioning. Just select your home city (or timezone), and follow the instructions in the manual. Daylight saving can also be set at this juncture. Once everything has been set for one timezone all the others are automatically set too, including UTC. The built-in perpetual calendar is valid from the year 2000 to 2100. That should be enough for most purchasers. The countdown timer is surprisingly handy. It's been invaluable in bringing an end to my opponents' otherwise agonisingly long attempts at guessing the correct answers in Trivial Pursuit or charades at dinner parties. This alone is worth the price of the watch. (Taking a proper stopwatch along to these events smacks of untoward professionalism, and is likely to get you crossed off the guest list for being overzealous.) The UTC dial is of course useful if you have a need to know UTC. For no matter which timezone you're in, daylight saving or no daylight saving, this little dial will always show UTC correctly. The 24-hr dial can be a boon if you switch the analogue time to a different timezone, and you have no idea if it's am or pm in that zone. The dial will show you.

The three alarms are handy but not loud enough, especially when the watch is being worn (skin contact seems to muffle the sound—it's louder off the wrist). Each can be set to a different timezone, so if you're living in London say, and want to call New York, Sydney and Singapore at 6pm their local time, you can set the alarm for 6pm in each of those zones and it will beep at the equivalent London time. Be aware you may be sound asleep when this happens (it happened to me). The easy one-touch switching between digital and analogue times is perhaps the best feature of the Skyhawk and Navitimer range. To the best of my knowledge these are the only watches in existence that have this feature (although I've seen pictures of an Accurist that looks almost identical to the Navihawk), and it's invaluable for those who clock up the frequent flyer points. Not only is it simple—just press the two buttons on either side of the crown simultaneously—it's also accomplished without disturbing the watch's internal timing system. The hands take up position more slowly on the Skyhawk than on the Navihawk, and the minute hand has a little hiccup with each movement of the second hand, but the end result is the same. (The original Navi doesn't have a second hand and so doesn't hiccup.) Unlike the Navi, there is no 'hand retract' provision whereby the hands can be moved to the 12 o'clock position if they're obscuring the digital displays. The power save modes are an advanced feature not found on most Eco-drives, and are ingenious. There's three of them, each a little more drastic than the preceding one. Power Save mode 1 comes into play when no light falls on the solar cell (which is built into the dial) for a couple of minutes. This could happen if say, it was obscured by a shirt or jacket sleeve. The second hand stops at the 12 o'clock position and the digital displays go blank.

However the alarm, chronograph and other functions continue to measure time internally even though there is no display. When light again falls on the solar cell, the digital displays light up and the bright yellow second hand whizzes around the dial to its proper position. (To see an mpg video of this, click here. Caution: 1.4MB download.) I've seen comments by some other Skyhawk owners that the whizzing round of the second hand annoys them. I can honestly say that it's never worried me, and in fact I'm rather impressed by it. Furthermore, it reassures me that the powersave function is working. It should be noted however that it doesn't come into play when the secondary battery is fully charged and the overcharge protection function is working. I found that out when I proudly demonstrated the powersave feature to admiring friends, only to have the hand tick away like normal and completely whizzless. All hands stop moving and the digital displays remain out. The internal clock keeps working but the alarms, chronograph and timer don't (if set). Mode 2 is cancelled in the same way as mode 1, i.e. by exposure to light, at which time all the hands advance rapidly to their correct positions. This would really be something to see, but unfortunately I haven't had the patience to cover the watch for three days and then video it coming back to life just to give you a thrill. It apparently allows the watch to be stored in the dormant state for a longer period of time, but also cuts out the overcharging protection so mode 3 has to be cancelled before charging recommences. Given that mode 2 allows a storage period of four years, I find it hard to fathom why this feature has been included. Adding a 3-letter city name of your choice is quite easy, the only restriction being that its timezone must differ from UTC by whole increments of one hour.

When there's insufficient charge to power the watch correctly, the second hand starts to move in 2-second jumps and 'CHARGE' flashes above the bar gauge in the digital display. Please see the listing site to make sure you have the most accurate information. If an item is relisted many times for a long time, we may condense the Listing History list to remove some redundant listings. All unique prices posted are always shown. Please be aware that due to working practices and reduced staffing levels repair lead times are currently expected to be longer than usual. When the watch does not operate according to the instruction manual, it is insufficiently charged. Charge the watch for at least 3 hours approximately 20 cm (8 in) away from a fluorescent or incandescent lamp (30 W) as a light source. Before using, allow light to shine face that drives the watch hands, race timer, chronograph, alarm, and numerous onto the watch so that it is sufficiently charged. Turning the When digital time is corrected, the second, minute, hour, and 24 hour hands of crown continuously allows “hours”. The race timer is able to set the time for 5 minute intervals for times between 60 2. In addition the second hand also stops moving.When the down from the time set. 2. When the crown is turned to the left (counter-clockwise), correction is made in the negative The alarm setting procedure and other procedures for alarm use are the same direction. Notes Regarding Handling of this Watch state to the fully charged state.CAUTION: Water-resistance performance Examples of use There are several types of water-resistant watches, as shown in the following table. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. From leaving the country, tracking updates, arrival at destination country to delivery. We shall try our best to help you monitor and track your order, we ask that you please manage your expectations. Eco-Drive WR100 BM7106-52E.

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