Armitron All Sport Instructions
The Armitron All-Sport watch, available for men and women, retails for under $20 in 2010. In addition to displaying the time, Armitron All-Sport watches can function as a timer and have an alarm. To use this watch properly, you need to know how to program it.
Locate the four metal buttons next to the face of the watch at four corners around the dial face. The user manual for the Armitron All-Sport watch labels the top button on the left “A,” the bottom left as “B,” the top right button as “C” and the bottom right as “D.”
Press and hold the "set" button, “A,” to set the time and date on your watch. This will cause the numbers on the face of the watch to flash. Press the “C” button to zero the number of seconds. Press “B” to advance the settings to hours and minutes. Press “C” to advance the hours and minutes to get the reading on the clock to match the actual time.
Press “B” two times, followed by “A” to set the alarm. This will cause the alarm time to flash, starting with the hours. Press “C” to advance the hours. Press “B” again and then “C” to advance the minutes setting.
Enter into "Alarm" mode by pressing “B” twice. Press “C” to change the activation status of both the alarm and hourly chime. The status of the alarm and hourly chime are indicated by a bell and house symbol respectively on the face of the watch.
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