Question about Luminox Navy SEAL Dive 3103 Wrist Watch
I have a 3100 series Luminox watch and lost the manual when I threw the wrapping away. How do you set the date properly. Mine changes dates everyday at noon. Thanks, greenonion
I set my date to the day before, then wind my watch on until it changes to todays date and then set the time.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
If you dial in the date before noon make sure you stop winding the crown right after the date flips. That will give the internal mechanism the most room to cycle and not flip at noon. If you are setting it after noon wind the crown just until the date you want starts to move to the following date, but stop immediately after so as to not flip over. That way the mechanism will be close to changing the date and should flip it at midnight. Make sense? Hopefully, good luck.
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
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