Knowing how to operate your watch enables you to maximum advantage of the features included on it. The PRC 200 is a high-end men's watch equipped with second-hand, dual-time-display, tachometer, screw-down-crown and a stop-watch. It is available with a leather or metal strap and water resistant to 330 feet. You can set and operate the PRC 200 using the crown and buttons located on the right-hand side of the watch case.
Unscrew the crown until you feel it pop free. Pull the crown out to position three. Turn the crown to set the time on the hands. Push the crown back in and screw it down to lock it in place. The second hand will begin to move.
Unscrew the crown and pull it out to position two. Turn the crown clockwise until the correct date is displayed. Turn the crown counter-clockwise until the correct day is displayed. Push the crown back to position one and screw it down to lock it in place.
Press the top button on the right-hand side of the watch face to start the stopwatch. Press it again to stop the stopwatch. Press the bottom button on the right-hand side of the watch face to reset the stopwatch.
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Mark Slingo has been a professional writer since 2008. His work has appeared in Forward, ScubaGlobe, Scuba Jedi, "Pattaya Mail" and other publications. Slingo has a Bachelor of Arts in politics from the University of Newcastle and a diploma in journalism from the British College of Journalism.