FC automatic watch user-guide & instructions

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Below is a highlight of your FlightCopilot automatic watch instructions. Please watch and read carefully the instructions below in order to correctly use and maintain your automatic timepiece. We have added the instructions in a variety of languages above for you to view. 

 

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Instructions: English
 
Caution: Do NOT wind the crown unnecessarily when in the initial unscrewed position 'A' as shown above as this could cause possible damage to the watch movement mechanism. Only use Position 'B' and 'C' above to set the required Date/Time. With the dial facing you, the initial unscrew requires an anti-clockwise turn. 
MOVEMENT:
The watch uses automatic mechanical movement to function. If not used for a while, the movement stops. You simply have to wear it and the normal motion of your wrist will be sufficient to start the movement again. When wore regularly, the movement has a power reserve of more than 40 hours.  
TO SET THE DATE:
  1. Pull the crown out to the 1st pull position (B). 
  2. Turn the crown counter (anti) clockwise to set the date. (Note: setting the date between the hours of 9.00 PM and 01.00 AM may not change the date correctly the following day). 
  3. After the date has been set, push the crown back in fully and screw it clockwise back to the stop whilst maintain sufficient pressure inwards. 
TO SET THE TIME:
  1. Pull the crown out to the 2nd pull position (C). This also stops the automatic movement. 
  2. Turn the crown in either direction to set the desired time using the hour and minute hands. Note, the automatic movement stops in this position until the crown is pushed back in.  
  3. Once set, push the crown fully back in and screw it clockwise back to the stop whilst maintain sufficient pressure inwards.