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WATCH INSTRUCTIONS

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Instructions for Sofia Rotary RevelationTM CAL No. AW00 S6L71 OS70 Movement ref 2521 ETA G15.211

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Press the back to release the stones
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To change the time, push here with a pointed object until correct time is shown.

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Squeeze the bars and the stones disappear

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CAL. No. AW00

1. Explanation of Displays and Buttons
Alarm identification mark (Blue: Vibration / White: Sound) Button B

Primary Time

Crown Button C

Button A Vibration motor rotary disk

Auxiliary time (current time/alarm set time)

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2. Precautions when Wearing Your Watch
(When Using the Vibration Alarm) • Vibrations may not be felt easily if the watch is worn too loosely. Wear the watch so that the watch body is constantly in contact with your arm. • It may also be difficult to feel the vibrations during strenuous exercise or when performing work that involves swinging or shaking your arm. • If you take off your watch and simply carry it in your pocket and so forth, it may not be possible to detect that the vibration alarm has gone off when the set alarm time is reached. In such cases, switch from vibration to the sound alarm. (When Using the Sound Alarm) • If you wear your watch tightly on your wrist, it may be difficult to hear the alarm sound. Wear the watch somewhat loosely to hear the alarm sound better. • When it is difficult to hear the alarm sound due to high levels of surrounding noise and so forth, switch to the vibration alarm. • Switch to the vibration alarm when desiring to be informed of the time by the alarm in a manner that does not inconvenience those around you. Refer to the alarm identification mark on the display to determine whether the watch is set to the sound alarm or vibration alarm.

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3. Setting the Time
Primary time

Button C

Auxiliary time

(1) Pull the crown out to the time correction position when the second hand reaches the 0 second position. (2) Turn the crown to set the primary time. Time correction (3) Press button C to set the auxiliary time to the primary time. position • The auxiliary time will be corrected by Button B 1 minute each time button C is pressed. Pressing button C continuously will cause the minutes to Crown advance rapidly. (4) Return the crown to the normal position in accordance with a time Button A signal. Normal • Primary time: Hands move at 1 position second intervals. • Auxiliary time: Hands move at 1 minute intervals. $ The alarm is turned off when the time is set.

When setting the time, the alarm will not sound at the correct time if the auxiliary time is not properly set according to the primary time.

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4. Use of the Alarm
The alarm function of this watch uses a 12-hour clock. The alarm is turned off automatically once it has sounded or vibrated. The auxiliary time (alarm set time) is then switched over to the current time display and runs concurrently with the primary time.

On Button A Off Alarm set time display Button C Current time display

Button B

Button A

When primary time is different from auxiliary time When primary time is the same as auxiliary time

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Alarm is on. Alarm is off.

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(Setting the Alarm Time) (1) Press button C to set the alarm with the auxiliary time. (When pressing button C for the first time, pressing it continuously for at least 0.5 seconds will cause the auxiliary time to advance in 1 minute increments. After that, the auxiliary time will advance by 1 minute each time button C is pressed. Pressing button C...
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