Instructions for the Freestyle Shark Watch

by Brittany McComas ; Updated September 28, 2017

The shark watch by Freestyle gets its name from the fish that dives deep.

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Freestyle claims its watches are "Rooted in surf, founded in performance." With the screw-down crown, this watch has a tighter seal, enabling any surfer or diver to take this watch to the extreme. With clear, concise instructions you can start getting the most out of your shark watch. Its design appeals to anyone wanting to make a statement, and its durability attracts more than just a water enthusiast.

Locate your freestyle watch model in the instruction archive. Click the highlighted link to download the pdf of your instructions.

Locate the features in the far left corner of the instructions on your computer monitor. This includes: setting the current time, date/time/month, daily alarm and stop watch, and also tells you to what depth your watch is resistant, such as 330 feet or 100 meters.

Follow the instructions for the task you wish to complete. For instance, if you want to display the back light, locate the watch key to symbols under the features listed on the left column of the instructions. The key to symbols is a diagram of your watch that displays each button and its symbol. Once you determine where the light button is, press the light button once to illuminate the back light for three seconds. Other tasks may take more time to complete.


  • All freestyle watches come with a lifetime warranty. You must register for this either on the website or with the form provided when you purchased your watch with receipt of purchase.

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Brittany McComas has been writing since 2000. She has served as a scriptwriter, freelance writer, editor, dramaturg and producer for theater, television, radio and film. She wrote for a television series that won a Royal Television Society Award. McComas holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theater from West Virginia University and a Master of Arts in scriptwriting from Bath Spa University.