CITIZEN U700 User Manual

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The combination watch of the analog and digital display
Solar-powered— no need for battery replacement
This watch is powered by light. If the watch is not exposed to light for a long time, it stops moving. See page 9 for charging the battery.
You can view explanations of the operation of this watch by accessing the Citizen web site and viewing the “Service&Support.”
URL: http://www.citizenwatch.jp/
Lap time measurement per 1/1000 second ( page 18) with the lap recording function ( page 22)
World time—easy to see the time of 43 cities all over the world (→ page 24)
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Race mode quick guide
Button M
“RAC”
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Button A
Button B
Crown
Setting the distance of the course
1. Press button M to change the
mode to Race. (“RAC”)
2. Pull out the crown to position 1.
3. Press button A
to display “YES,” then press and hold button M for more than 2 seconds.
4. Press button A or B to adjust the
current digit, and press button M to go to the next one.
5. Push in the crown to position 0.
Measuring lap times
1. Press button M to change the
mode to Race. (“RAC”)
2. Press button B to start
measurement.
3. Press button A to measure lap
times.
• Each time you press button
A, a lap time and the speed are displayed.
• The records are stored in the Lap Record mode.
4. Press button B to stop the
measurement.
Checking the records
1. Press button M to
change the mode to Lap Record.
FAS ” is displayed.
2. Press button A to change the
record displayed.
Each time you press button A, following records are displayed: the best time (“FAS ”)=the average time (“AVG ”)=the worst time (“LAT”)=all lap times from old to new.
For detail, see page 18 for the Race mode and page 22 for the Lap Record mode.
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Contents
Before use ......................................6
Part names ............................................. 6
How to use the screw down crown ..... 7
Checking the battery ............................ 8
How to charge the battery .................... 9
Checking the reference position ....... 10
Changing the mode of the digital
section ..........................................12
Setting the time and calendar—
Time and Calendar mode ..........14
Using the chronograph—
Chronograph mode ...................16
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Measuring lap times—
Race mode ...................................18
Setting the distance of the course .....18
Measuring lap times ...........................20
Checking the records of lap
times—Lap Record mode .........22
Checking the records .......................... 22
Deleting the records ...........................23
Checking the time of another city—World Time mode
Selecting a city ..................................... 25
............. 24
Using the alarm —
Alarm mode .................................26
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Using the timer—Timer mode ....28
Charging the battery .................30
When the battery becomes short of power—Insufficient charge warning
function ................................................ 30
Charging time ...................................... 32
Power saving function ...............34
Troubleshooting .......................36
The hands do not work properly
The digital section seems unusual
Others
Adjusting the reference
position ........................................39
Resetting the watch ...................42
Indication of each mode after resetting
the watch .............................................. 43
Precautions ..................................44
Maintenance ................................51
Specifications ..............................52
Table of city names .....................54
How to use the rotating bezel ....56
Glossary ........................................ 60
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Before use
7 Part names
Chronograph 1/10
second hand/
Chronograph 1/100
second hand
Chronograph second
Hour hand
Second hand
Rotating bezel
( page 56)
hand
Button B
24-hour hand
Minute hand
Crown
Digital section ( page 12)
Button M
The illustrations in this instruction manual may differ from the actual appearance of your watch.
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Button A
7 How to use the screw down crown
The screw down crown is equipped on some models. When a normal crown is equipped, you can operate the crown without unlocking it.
Checking the crown type
Pull out the crown.
If you CANNOT pull it out easily, it is a screw down crown.
Turn the crown to the right.
If you CANNOT keep turning it, it is a screw down crown.
Unlocking/relocking the screw down crown
Turn the crown to the left until it pops out.
The crown is unlocked and you can operate it.
Turn the crown to the right while pushing it in, and tighten firmly.
The crown is relocked.
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Before use
7 Checking the battery
Check your watch as follows before using it:
Check the movement of the second hand.
Moving at 1-second intervals.
Check the digital section.
“ ” is not displayed.
Start using the watch!
• To adjust the time and calendar, see page 14.
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Moving at 2-second intervals or has
stopped.
“ ” is displayed.
Expose the dial to light for charging the battery.
7 How to charge the battery
This watch has a battery which is charged by exposing the dial to light such as direct sunlight or fluorescent lamps.
To obtain the best performance:
• Expose the dial to direct sunlight for several hours at least once a month.
After taking off the watch, put it where the dial is exposed to bright light, such as by a window.
Before storing the watch in a dark place for an extended period of
time, fully charge the battery.
Caution
When the watch is covered with long sleeves, for example, the battery may
not be charged sufficiently. Try to keep the watch exposed to light even when wearing the watch.
Do not charge the battery at a high temperature (about 50˚C/122˚F or higher) such as on the dashboard.
See page 32 for charging time.
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Before use
7 Checking the reference position
Check whether the reference position is correct or not.
Chronograph second hand
Chronograph 1/10 second and 1/100 second hands
Check and adjust the reference position also in the following cases:
The correct time is not displayed on the analog section even after the time
Button B
Crown
setting.
Each chronograph hand does not point to “0/.00” or “60” even after resetting the measurement time.
1. Press button M to change the
mode to Chronograph. (“CHR”)
Button M
“CHR”
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Button A
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2. Pull out the crown to
position 1.
0” is displayed and all hands move to indicate the current reference position.
3. Check the reference position.
• Go to step 3 on page 40 if the
reference position is incorrect.
4. Push in the crown to position
0 to finish the check.
The current time is indicated on the analog section.
Correct reference position
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1 Chronograph second hand points
to “60.”
2 Chronograph 1/10 second and
1/100 second hands point to “0/.00.”
3 Hour, minute, and second hands
point to 12:00.
4 24-hour hand points to “24.”
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Changing the mode of the digital section
1. Press button M repeatedly to
change the mode.
Button B
Button M
While calendar or world time is displayed, the digital section is lighted for 2 seconds by pressing
button B.
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Time and Calendar mode
( page 14)
Year
Month, day
Day of the week
Timer mode
( page 28)
Timer indicator
“TMR” (Timer)
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Chronograph mode
( page 16)
Alarm mode
( page 26)
Alarm indicator
City for the alarm setting
Race mode
( page 18)
“RAC” (Race)“CHR” (Chronograph)
World Time mode
( page 24)
City of the local time
Lap Record mode
( page 22)
Kind of the records
A (AM)/P (PM) indicator (for 12-hour clock)
Daylight saving time indicator
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Setting the time and calender—Time and Calendar mode
Button M
Button B
Crown
Button A
Refer to “Table of city names” ( page 54) for the selectable cities.
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The time on the digital section set here is the basic time of the watch—the home time.
The analog section indicates the home time corresponding to the setting.
1. Press button M to change the
mode to Time and Calender.
2. Pull out the crown to position 1.
The second hand points to the 0 second position, and all hands stop moving. The city name starts flashing.
3. Press button M to select an item, and press button A or B to adjust
the selected item.
City Daylight saving
time (“ON/OFF”)
Second, minute, hour
Time system (“12H/24H”)
Month, day, year
If you press and hold button A or B, the item changes continuously.
Use button A for following items: daylight saving time, second, and time
system.
4. Push in the crown to position 0 after the adjustment.
The hands move to indicate the adjusted time.
Even if you push in the crown to position 0 before finishing setting,
adjustment you have set is stored.
You cannot use any button while the hands move.
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Using the chronograph—Chronograph mode
You can measure times up to 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds 999, per 1/1000 second.
Chronograph second hand
Chronograph 1/10 second and 1/100 second hands
Button B (Start/stop)
Crown
• When the measurement time passes over 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds 999, the measurement stops and the measurement time is reset.
• When 60 seconds elapsed after starting /restarting the measurement, the chronograph 1/10 second and 1/100 second hands stop at “0/.00.”
• After the chronograph 1/10 second and 1/100 second hands stop, you can change the mode with the measurement continued (other than the Race mode and Lap Record mode).
Button M
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Button A (Split/reset)
1. Press button M to change the mode to Chronograph.
(“CHR”)
If the chronograph hands do not point to “0/.00” or “60,” adjust the reference position. (→page 39)
2. Press button B to start measurement.
• To display a split time, press button A. It is displayed for 10 seconds.
SPL (Split) indication
3. Press button B to stop the measurement.
• To restart the measurement, press button B again.
• To reset the measurement time, press button A while the measurement is stopped.
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Measuring lap times—Race mode
You can measure lap times and the average speed of each lap. The records of the latest 20 laps are stored in the Lap Record mode. ( page 22)
Button M
Button B
Crown
7 Setting the distance of the course
To calculate speed, set the distance of
the course. (Setting range: 0 to 99.999 km/mile)
When you set the distance, records in the Lap Record mode are deleted. To cancel the setting, push in the crown to position 0 before step
3 on page 19.
1. Press button M to change the
mode to Race. (“RAC”)
“RAC”
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Button A
2. Pull out the crown to position 1.
3. Press button A to display “YES,” then press and hold
button M for more than 2 seconds.
The past lap records are deleted and the last distance setting is displayed.
4. Press button A or B to adjust the current digit, and press button M
to go to the next one.
Integer Decimals
KM” or “MIL” (The unit is different depending on models.)
If you press and hold button A or B, the digit changes continuously.
5. Push in the crown to position 0 after the adjustment.
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