Tissot ‘Navigator’ watch function display:
1, fixed 12-hour dial
2, fixed 24-hour dial
3. Time zone dial
5, second hand
6, second hand
位置 3 positions of crown:
I: Winding position (unscrewed, not pulled out)
II: Right-hand adjustment position of the 24-hour dial (unscrew, half-pull out)
III: Set the time position (unscrew and pull out completely)
螺纹 Threaded crowns, some models have threaded crowns. Before setting the time or time zone dial, you must first turn the crown to position IB and then pull it out to position II or III
Caution: After each operation, you must turn the crown back to ensure that the watch is waterproof.
Rotate crown in position IB, not pulled out
If you haven’t worn your watch for a long time, you need to wind it manually. To restart the watch, you only need to rotate the crown a few times (clockwise) or shake the watch a few times. To make the watch’s power reserve more than 42 hours, you have to rotate the crown about 32 times (clockwise). As long as you put on your watch, every time you move your wrist, the automatic mechanism will wind up.
How to adjust the watch
The watch time is consistent with the time zone, which means that the watch is set correctly in international standard time. The time zone dial (3) must be adjusted to match the 24-hour dial (2).
Set the hands to local time
Carefully pull the crown to position III; the second hand (6) stops immediately. Turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise until the time indicated by the hands is correct.
可使 The second hand can be synchronized with the official time before pressing the crown back to position I.
建议 Suggestions on how to use watch synchronization:
To synchronize the second hand (6) with the official time (radio, TV, Internet), pull the crown to position III, and the second hand will stop immediately. When the second hand is in sync, push the crown back to position I (if your watch has a screw-down crown) and tighten it.
Set the time zone dial
Pull the crown to position II. Rotate right and you can match the city shown on the time zone (3) with the local time on the 24-hour dial (2). Now that your watch is adjusted to the international standard time, you can use the 24-hour dial (2) to read the time anywhere in the world.
Example: (see illustration)
If the hour and minute hands of your watch show the local time in New York (10:00), you can look at the dial (2) to determine whether the Los Angeles time is 07:00 or the Paris time is 16:00.