SKINDIVER

A :  Hour hand treated with Super-LumiNova®
B:  Minute hand treated with Super-LumiNova®
C:  Central second hand
D:  Water-resistant screw-locked crown
E:  Unidirectional rotating bezel

Position 1: The watch water resistance is guaranteed. The crown is screwed. In this position, the watch can be wound manually after unscrewing the crown (see “Getting started”).

Position 2: Time setting.

WARNING: Always push and screw the crown after winding or setting the watch to ensure water resistant.

NOTE: When the watch has not been worn or wounded for more than 35 hours, it is recommended to rewound it in order to ensure sufficient power reserve and accurate operation (see “Getting started”).

GETTING STARTED:

When the watch is used for the first time or when it stops, it must be wound manually as follow:

1. Unscrew the crown to release it.

WARNING: In this position water resistance is not guaranteed and the crown is not protected by the crown guard of the case.

2. Turn the crown clockwise for 15 -20 rotations to fully wind the movement.

3. Push and screw the crown. In this position, the watch is water-resistant to 20 ATM.

WARNING: Always push and screw the crown after winding or setting the watch to ensure water resistant.

NOTE: When the watch has not been worn or wounded for more than 35 hours, it is recommended to rewound it in order to ensure sufficient power reserve and accurate operation (see “Getting started”). 

CHRONOGRAPH 1970’S

A :  Crown : Time setting
B:   Pusher 2H : Start / Stop – Chronograph
C:   Pusher 4H : Reset – Chronograph
D:   Hour hand treated with Super-LumiNova®
E:   Minute hand treated with Super-LumiNova®
F:   Small seconds on counter at 9 o’clock
G:   30-minutes counter at 3 o’clock - Chronograph
H:   Center second - Chronograph

Position 1: Running position. In this position, the watch can be wound manually (see “Getting started”).

Position 2: Time setting with stop second (see “Time setting”).

I. GETTING STARTED

1. Make sure that the crown (A) is pushed in fully (position 1).

2. Rotate crown (A) clockwise to fully wind the movement.

CAUTION: Resistance warns that the spring is fully wound. Do not force it

II. TIME SETTING.

1. Pull the crown (A) out completely until it clicks (position 2).

2. Turn the crown (A) to set the time.

3. Be sure to push the crown (A) back, in to its original position (position 1).

III. CHRONOGRAPH FUNCTION

1. Press the pusher at 2 o’clock (B) for the start and stop functions.

2. Press the pusher at 4 o’clock (C) for the reset function.

Note: The chronograph functions are indicated by the center second hand (H) and the 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock (G).

GRAND PRIX

 

A :  Hour hand
B:  Minute hand
C:  Central second hand
D:  Crown: Time setting

Position 1:The watch water resistance is guaranteed. Running position. In this position, the watch can be wound manually (see “Getting started”).

Position 2: Time setting with stop second (see “Time setting”).

NOTE: When the watch has not been worn or wounded for more than 40 hours, it is recommended to rewound it in order to ensure sufficient power reserve and accurate operation (see “Getting started”).

GETTING STARTED:

When the watch is used for the first time or when it stops, it must be wound manually as follow:

1.Pull the crown (D) out completely until it clicks (position 2).

2. Turn the crown (D) to set the time.

3. Be sure to push the crown (D) back, in to its original position (position 1). In this position, the watch is water-resistant to 5 ATM.

4. Turn the crown clockwise for 15-20 rotations to fully wind the movement.

 

VULCAIN CRICKET

The world’s first wrist alarm watch

Your Cricket watch is equipped with a mechanical movement exclusively manufactured by Vulcain. Its components are produced, tested and meticulously assembled by hand in the grand Swiss watch-making tradition.

 

Directions for using: The Vulcain Cricket

DIRECTIONS FOR USING THE VULCAIN CRICKET The Vulcain Cricket is as easy to wind and set as any watch. The watch movement and patented alarm mechanism may be wound and set with one hand while the watch is on the wrist.

Description:

The watch is fitted with the usual winder and also a button (se figure 1). The alarm dial si aranged ni 01 minute calibrations. According ot the position of the hand illustrated ni figure 1, the alarm would go of at 4:40. The winder and buton can each be placed ni several different positions. (See figures 2, 3, 4 and 5.)

To wind:

A :  To wind the watch :

Push the winder all the way in and then turn towards the numeral "6" (Se figures 1and 2.)


B:  To wind the alarm:

Push the winder all the way in and then turn towards the numeral "12". (See figures 1and 2.)


C:  To set the watch:

Push the winder completely in which will automatically push the button out (se figure 2). Then, as in an ordinary watch, pull the winder out (se figure 3) and turn in direction of numeral "6". Push the winder in when the setting is finished.


D:  To set the alarm:

Push the button completely in which automatically pushes winder out (se figure 4). Turn the winder in the direction