Downloadable SHARK Classic Quick Reference Guide
The CLASSIC SHARK
S1 Press to Begin/Cease
S2 Press to restart/lap
S3 Switch To Mode
S4 Light Switch
PRODUCT ADDED WITH SPECIAL FEATURE
Hydro features are just one of the many innovations built into this SHARK product.
You can press these Pushers®, which are Pushers.
submerged in a fluid pressure of water
3 Atmospheres Above Sea Level
VARIATIONS IN VISUAL REPRESENTATION
The watch can show data in four distinct ways:
TIME (HOME) / TIME (ABROAD) (TM-2),
TIME ALARM (ALM1) / OVERSEAS
STOP WATCH (STW) and TIME ALARM (ALM2)
and TIME RESOURCE (TMR)
How to Swap Display Modes
if you want to do something The mode
You'll get a brief 2 second description before
The chosen mode has been activated.
PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS BOTH AT HOME AND ABROAD
For INTERNATIONAL TIME, please press the S2 button.
when the H.O.M.E. TIME icon is shown The mode
The Next Generation 2 (TM-2) Description Coming Soon
Displays a time zone other than UTC/GMT In order to revert
for HOME TIME, go to S2 on your button set.
Simply pressing the button will bring up the FOREIGN TIME ALARM screen.
Press the S2 key when the HOME TIME ALARM is
displayed Description of the mode (ALM 2)
will debut just before the FOREIGN
There is an alarm clock on the screen. Return to the original
For ALARM AT HOME SETTING, PRESS S2
CLOCK AND CALENDAR SETTING
1. Select the time mode by pressing the S3 button.
If you press the S2 button, you can switch between the HOME and END screens.
SET TIME MODE AND FOREIGN TIME MODE
3. Keep the S2 button depressed for two seconds.
until a message reading "SET" is displayed and the
number two will flash
To clear the second set of digits, hit the S1 button.
For the fifth time, press the S3 button to see the minute numbers.
Set the minute digits by pressing the S1 button.
While the button is being held down, the process will
Whenever the S3 button is pressed, the hour displays will flash.
To change the hour markers, press S1.
9 Stick to the same format when choosing a date,
Using the standard format of month, day (of the week), and hour
combined with a calendar structure
The S1 button is used to change the time format.
to change the time format from 12 to 24 hours
format The P M possible indicator of
presented to signify the elapsed time
12:00 A M - 11:59 P M in 12-hour
Press S1 to change the calendar's presentation.
selector for alternating between the months and days
formatted as both a date and a D-M date
12After finalizing all the configurations,
To confirm, please press the S2 button.
KEEP IN MIND The Selected Time and Date
Similarly, HOME TIME format will be applicable to both
mode FOREIGN TIME, and
PLEASE NOTE: This only applies to time zones other than your own.
The clock, the time, the date, and the day of the month are
receptive to context
In order to show the schedule
Select the time mode by pressing the S3 button.
Next, press the S1 button to cycle through the various time modes:
exhibit and schedule showing
Please be aware that the calendar will be on display for approximately
The watch only has 6 seconds before it resets.
for Temporal Presentation
In order to program an alarm
1. Select the alarm mode by pressing the S3 button.
S2: Press to cycle between HOME and SELF
INTERNATIONAL TIME ALARM and TIME ALARM
the way to go
Followed by 3 seconds of holding the S2 button down
up until the "SET" message is displayed and the
Indicators for the minutes will flash
To change the minute digits, go to the S1 setting and press the button.
When the button is held down, the process speeds up.
step-by-step instructions for doing whatever it is
When you hit the S3 button, the hour markers will flash.
When you're ready to change the hour, press the S1 button.
Seven, once all the configurations have been made,
the S2 button should be pressed for affirmation
ALARM ON/OFF SWITCH AND
CHIME THAT SOUNDS ON THE HOUR
With the alarm set,
First, press the S2 button to switch between HOME and
WATCH and FOREIGN WATCH TIME ALARM
way to regulate
To begin, press the S1 button once.
alarm A signal of alarm
Once you've done that, press it again to set off the hourly chime.
To activate both, press the button a third time
functions That's because both of those indicators will
To turn off both, press the button a fourth time.
functions These two metrics will
SOON AS THE ALARM OR HOURLY CHIME
If the hourly chime is set to go off, a tune will play every hour on the hour.
The chime feature has been activated
Around 20 minutes prior to the set alarm time, a musical alert will be played.
in a few seconds when the clock strikes
alarm has been triggered To turn off the music, press
FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE STOPWATCH
1. Select STOPWATCH by pressing the S3 button.
Next, the timer will be shown in
condition (either reset, running, or otherwise)
You can press the S1 button to continue counting at any time.
pick up where they left off
4. Resetting the stopwatch will begin a new count.
the first step is to count down to zero
Just hit the S1 button to end the countdown, and then
When you're ready to start counting over, press the S2 button.
Time intervals are quantified by the following:
If you're using STOPWATCH,
To begin counting, press the S1 button.
The countdown will end when the S1 button is pressed once.
Select S1 once more to pick back up from
picks up exactly where it left off
Lastly, press the S1 button to exit and start over at zero.
press the S2 button to clear the counter if you made a mistake while counting
counting down from 0
In order to determine how long a split actually took:
The STOPWATCH mode entails
1. Begin counting with an S1 press
Step 2: While the stopwatch is ticking, press the S2 button.
presses a button once per lap to log it The stop
Despite everything, the watch continues to run in the background.
The current totals are being shown here for your viewing
If you have the time, please press the S2 button once more.
Third, proceed as before until all laps have
been logged in
4. Press the S1 button once to end the count.
To pick up where you left off, simply press the S1 button once more.
where we last left off
5. Press the S1 button to cancel and return to the beginning.
to start over with the countdown, hit the S2 button.
countdown clock that ends in zero
It's okay to leave the stopwatch on.
When migrating to a new operating system,
IN ORDER TO ACTIVATE THE CLOCK
To use the TIMER function, press the S3 button.
You can adjust the timer by pressing the S2 button.
HOW TO SET A TIMERAMENT
With the TIMER function activated,
To begin counting, press the S1 button.
Second, press the S1 button once to end the count.
3. Press the S1 button to clear the TIMER and start over.
The fourth condition of a countdown is that when it reaches zero, a
PLEASE NOTE: The timer can be left on while
shift to alternative modes of operation
FOR BACKLIGHTING PURPOSES
For the backlight on, please press the S4 button.
roughly 3 seconds
Choose any number from 1–5, 10–15, 20–25, 30–45, and 60
To pick back up where you left off, simply press the S1 button once more.
continued from where it last left off
When you reach zero, press the S2 button.
A melodic tone will be released. Putting a halt to the music
Simply by pressing a button, you can reset the TIMER.
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