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  • Welcome to the Seamaster Planet Ocean Video Manual.

  • Positioned on the side of the watch is the crown,

  • which is used for setting the time

  • and adjusting the time zone and the date.

  • In its normal wearing position,

  • the crown ensures the watch is fully water resistant.

  • It has to be unscrewed before the time can be set.

  • Although the watch is self-winding,

  • when the crown is in this position,

  • it can be wound forward for extra power.

  • To set the time,

  • pull the crown out two clicks to its furthest position.

  • The seconds hand will stop.

  • Turn the crown forward or backward

  • to move the hour and minute hands to the desired time.

  • You can adjust the time zone easily

  • to accommodate time changes when you travel.

  • Pull the crown to position 2

  • and turn it forward or backward to move the hour hand.

  • This will not stop the minute and seconds hands.

  • To adjust the date forward, advance the hour hand past midnight.

  • To adjust the date backward,

  • move the hour hand back past 7 pm to ensure it changes.

  • To re-seal the crown, make sure it’s in position 1.

  • Then push it firmly while screwing it clockwise.

  • The bezel with its dot and scale is used for indicating elapsed time,

  • for example, during a dive.

  • By positioning the luminescent dot at the minute hand

  • when starting the dive,

  • the diver can easily see how much time has elapsed.

  • The bezel rotates only in one direction.

  • This ensures that

  • the elapsed diving time cannot be accidentally decreased.

  • To reset the bezel, rotate it all the way around.

  • For ease of reading in low-light conditions,

  • the watch’s hands and applied indexes are coated with Super-LumiNova

  • which emits a blue light.

  • The exceptions are

  • the minute hand and the dot on the bezel.

  • Their coating emits a green light,

  • distinguishing them from the other hands

  • and allowing comfortable reading of the elapsed time,

  • even under water.

  • The chronograph is used

  • for measuring time periods of up to 12 hours.

  • To start or stop timing,

  • press the upper pusher located at 2 o'clock.

  • The OMEGA Co-Axial calibre 9300,

  • has 12 hour and 60 minute chronograph hands placed

  • on the same counter at 3 o’clock.

  • This combined hour and minute counter can also be used

  • as a second time-zone indication.

  • Simply start the chronograph at midnight or noon

  • in the other time-zone.

  • To reset the chronograph hands,

  • press the lower pusher located at 4 o'clock.

  • A feature created specifically for professional divers

  • is the helium escape valve.

  • When they are working at great depths,

  • these divers spend several days in a pressurized environment.

  • Here they breathe

  • a special blend of gasses containing helium.

  • The small helium molecules are able

  • to push past the seals and enter the watch case.

  • To operate the valve, unscrew it

  • as the decompression process is taking place.

  • The helium escape valve allows these molecules

  • to escape in a controlled fashion.

  • Your metal bracelet can easily be extended

  • to fit over a wetsuit.

  • First, press the two pushers on either side of the clasp

  • and release the bracelet.

  • On the opposite side,

  • unclip the extension and elongate the bracelet further.

  • To re-set the bracelet to its original length,

  • simply reverse the process.

  • Carefully replace the extension

  • so that it clicks properly into position.

  • Thank you for watching this video manual.

  • We hope you enjoy your Planet Ocean.

Welcome to the Seamaster Planet Ocean Video Manual.

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OMEGA Seamaster Planet Ocean Calibre 9300/9301 - Video Manual

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    Dada Lu posted on 2013/10/18
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