How to Set a Stauer Watch

by Meredith Jameson ; Updated September 28, 2017

The Stauer Company manufactures a variety of items for the home, including home accessories and fine art, as well as accessories for men and women, including jewelry, eye wear and watches. Stauer produces a watch that is a hybrid of digital and analog functions with a stopwatch feature, which can be purchased through Stauer catalogs or online. Setting a Stauer watch can be completed within a few minutes.

Turn the crown in a counterclockwise motion to unscrew it. When it pops out, pull the crown out until one click is heard, then turn in a clockwise motion to set the correct analog time on the watch face. Push the crown flush against the watch side.

Push the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch three times in succession to set the digital time. Hold the bottom button on the right-hand side of the watch until the time display flashes. Press the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to advance the time. Repeat this process to set the month and date. Push the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch to exit.

Hold down the bottom button on the right-hand side of the watch to set the alram. Push the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch two times until the display flashes. Push the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to set the desired alarm time. Push the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch to exit.

Push the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to use the stopwatch. The watch will begin to time. Press the top button on the right-hand side of the watch again to stop timing. Push the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch to exit.

Adjust the watch chime by holding down the bottom button on the right-hand side of the watch and pressing the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch at the same time.

About the Author

Meredith Jameson writes early childhood parenting and family health articles for various online publications. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from San Francisco State University.