hello guys & experts!
I just received my 2nd Mido Oceanstar Datoday, purchased
from ebay. The first one is labelled chronometer, this one isn't,
and this one seems in better condition than the first.
On the chronometer, pressing the crown inwards makes the date
quickset, while the day is non-quicksetting.
On this one, I cannot for the life of me find out how to quickset
the date. There must be a way for sure, otherwise the day/date
indication will only be correct 1/7 of the time :) (when it happens
to show the correct day, that is). The crown seems to have an inner
position, where the movement winds, and one stop outwards which
sets the time. In the winding position, there is no space to push in
further. In the winding position, turning the crown in the opposite
direction doesn't seem to do anything.
If anyone has one of these watches and knows what it's meant to do,
please tell me!