| SIG on a watch gshock stands for SIGNAL. Hours.
daily alarms (AL1, AL2 and SNZ) and one for hourly strike (SIG). • All operations in this section are performed in the alarm mode, which is set by pressing C (page G7). Alarm time (hours: minutes) AM indicator.
The Casio® GShock® FlashAlert men’s watch flashes with an alarm beep, stopwatch alarm and time signal and informs you when you are wearing headphones or headphones in noisy environments. The incredibly durable GShock is impact resistant and waterproof to 200 meters.
ALM refers to the alarm, CHI refers to the time display, and SPL refers to special functions such as a stopwatch or timer.
SIG means the watch can track you, S.) Standard time zone. I.) International time zone. Current local time in cities around the world.
SZN is the abbreviation for season.
Casio telememo 30 is a multifunctional wristwatch that allows you to remember names and phone numbers for up to 30 people. In addition to the Telememo function, Casio Telememo 30 watches offer precise digital and analog time display, as well as functions such as various alarms.
Press the settings button just above the mode button at the top left of the watch. Press and hold it until the digital time starts flashing. Press and hold the search button on the right side of the watch until the correct time is set. The analog and digital functions move simultaneously to set the time.
To set the digital clock to 2747, press and hold the upper left button until the seconds start flashing on the display. You are now the masters of the digital age and can make your own changes. You can shift the hours, minutes and seconds of the digital time as well as the date by pressing the lower left button.
Casio watches have a feature called a buzzer which, when activated, causes the watch to beep at the beginning of each hour. Turn off the Hourly Time Signal to prevent it from beeping every hour.
The doorbell rings every hour. Snooze triggers the alarm up to seven times at five intervals.