The Citizen Eco Drive watches charge from exposure to light.
Daylight exposure can charge an Eco Drive in mere hours.
But many people have damaged an Eco Drive watch by trying to charge
it indoors, and put the watch too close to the light source, for example a desk
The Eco Drive watches are very sensitive to heat, and they should never be
placed close to a light source.
If you cannot wear it on your wrist on a gorgeous sunny day, then set it face up on the windowsill.
yes ,there is a manual setting, you press a button in that mode, and it sets . have to kook up manual buy movement number on there site. your movement number is on the back 4 5 dig ,number.then dash .number is before dash. that is you manual number
Your watch runs on light, you need to leave the watch under a light source for at least 18 hours, then as long as your wearing it, it should keep running if you are exposing it to light. At nighttime for a couple nights leave it under a light, so it has a good charge and keeps running. If this does not work then you need to call Citizen Watch repair at 1-800-321-1023.
Just use your mouse to click on the link, which is the underlined and highlighted text just above. This will open a new web browser page automatically for you and allow you to view the information and items at the website indicated.
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To determine the exact model and specifications of your Citizen
Eco-Drive, flip the watch to the reverse. On the case back will be
extensive information about your timepiece. You're looking for the
"movement caliber," a four-character combination of letters and numbers,
separated from the seven-digit "case number" by a hyphen.
Next step, visit this links: - citizenwatches.com.au/instruction-manuals - citizenwatch.com/COA/English/settings.asp