Instruction Manual



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Dual Time Quartz Models | View Image
Chronograph Automatic Models | View Image
Chronograph Quartz Models | View Image
Chronograph with Date Quartz Models | View Image


A: Hour hand | B: Minute hand | C: Second hand | D: Crown | E: Hour counter
F: Center stop-second | G: Minute counter | H: Pusher 1 (reset) | I: Pusher 2 (start/stop) | J: Date




DUAL TIME QUARTZ MODELS &
Single Time Automatic Models

Description of the display and control buttons

Setting the time

  1. Pull out the crown to position III (the watch stops).
  2. Turn the crown until you reach the correct time.
  3. Push the crown back into position I.


SINGLE TIME QUARTZ MODELS WITH DATE

Description of the display and control buttons

Setting the time

  1. Pull out the crown to position III (the watch stops).
  2. Turn the crown until you reach the correct time.
  3. Push the crown back into position I.

Setting the date

  1. Pull out the crown to position II (the watch continues to run).
  2. Turn the crown until yesterday's date appears.
  3. Pull the crown out to position III (the watch stops).
  4. Turn the crown until the correct date appears.
  5. Continue to turn the crown until the correct time appears. 6. Push the crown back into position I.



Chronograph Models

Description of the display and control buttons

Setting the time

1. Pull out the crown to position III (the watch stops).
2. Turn the crown until you reach the correct time.
3. Push the crown back into position I.

Setting the date

  1. Pull out the crown to position II (the watch continues to run).
  2. Turn the crown until yesterday's date appears.
  3. Pull the crown out to position III (the watch stops).
  4. Turn the crown until the correct date appears.
  5. Continue to turn the crown until the correct time appears. 6. Push the crown back into position I.

Chronograph

- The chronograph's hour counter measures times up to 12 hours
- The minute counter measures 30 minutes per rotation.
- The center stop-second measures 60 seconds per rotation.

PLEASE NOTE :
Before using the chronograph functions, please ensure that :
- the crown is in position I (=normal position).
- the three chronograph hands are precisely at zero position following activation of pusher 1. Should this not be the case, the position of the hands must be adjusted (see the chapter entitled “Adjusting the chronograph hands to zero position").

Chronograph: Basic function (Start / Stop / Reset)

1. Press pusher 2 to start the center stop-second hand.
2. To stop the timing, press pusher 2 again.
3. To reset the three chronograph hands to zero positioning, press pusher 1.

Chronograph: Intermediate or interval timing

1. Press pusher 2 to start the center stop-second hand.
2. Press pusher 1 to stop the chronograph.
NOTE: Although the chronograph hands have stopped, the movement continues to record the
current timing.
3. Make up the measured time: Press pusher 1 again and the 3 chronograph hands are quickly
advanced to the ongoing measured time. To continue to record intervals, continue to push
pusher 1.
4. Press pusher 2 to stop and the final time is displayed.
5. To reset the three chronograph hands to zero positioning, press pusher 1.

Adjusting the chronograph hands to zero position

1. Pull out the crown to position III (all three chronograph hands are in their correct or incorrect
zero position).
2. Keep pusher 2 and 1 depressed simultaneously for at least 2 seconds (the center stop-second
rotates by 360º - corrective mode is activated).
3. Press pusher 2 to single step the center stop-second hand. Press and hold pusher 2 to advance
the center stop-second hand quickly. Press pusher 1 to advance the next hand.
4. Press pusher 2 to single step the hour counter hand. Press and hold pusher 2 to advance the
hour counter hand quickly. Press pusher 1 to advance to the next hand.
5. Press pusher 2 to single step the minute counter hand. Press and hold pusher 2 to advance the
minute counter hand quickly.
6. Return the crown to position I.


Water Resistance

All the CT Scuderia timepieces are designed with a minimum water-resistance rating of 5 ATM (50 m). The water-resistance of a timepiece protects the movement from dust, moisture, and risk of damage to the movement should it be immersed in water. Please see chart for guidelines for recommended exposure of various water ratings. It is important not to attempt to adjust the position of the crown while the timepiece is in contact with water. Water can enter the case causing damage to the movement. For timepieces with screw-down crowns, it is important to ensure the crown is in the proper position and completely locked before contact with water. For timepieces with chronograph functions, do not engage the chronograph under water, as water may leak in the case and cause damage to the movement.

Use Precautions (Resistance to water)

All the CT Scuderia timepieces are designed to withstand use as indicated in the following chart.

Indication

Water-resistant characteristics ---------------------------------------------10 ATM 5 ATM
Light spray perspiration, light rain, etc. -----------------------------------OK OK
Bathing, etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------------OK OK
Swimming etc. ------------------------------------------------------------------OK NO
Skin Diving -----------------------------------------------------------------------NO NO


Care and Precaution

Each CT Scuderia timepiece is designed and manufactured to exceed the highest of standards. Unlike most other mechanical objects, a watch operates non-stop. In order to ensure optimal performance and longevity from your timepiece, please review the simple guidelines for care and precautions of your CT Scuderia timepiece.

Care

Your timepiece should be cleaned with soft cloth and water only. Do not submerge your time piece. Your timepiece should be rinsed clean and dried with a soft cloth after any saltwater use. In order to maintain the “new look" of metal bracelets, we recommend periodic cleaning of the bracelet. Dip a soft brush in warm soapy water and gently rub bracelet clean. We advise having your timepiece serviced every 18-24 months to ensure long use and trouble free operation.

Precautions

Your timepiece is a complex integration of parts and components brought together by skilled craftsmen. There are certain actions or environmental situations that may damage or impede your timepiece's ability to perform optimally. It is important to avoid the following conditions: extreme heat or cold, as well as prolonged periods of exposure to direct sunlight, exposure to extreme heat or cold, as well as prolonged periods of exposure to direct sunlight, exposure to wet conditions that exceed your timepiece's water rating (see case back and chart). Never operate any of the function buttons or crown when timepiece is in contact with water. Your timepiece should not be affected by magnetic fields generated by household items such as televisions and stereos, but avoidance of other strong electric fields static electricity, which may interrupt mechanism, is suggested. It is also important to avoid extreme shock or impact.