Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

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    Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    Woke up this morning, my atomics: GW-9100 Gulfman, the GW-7900RD-4, the WV59A-1AV and WVA430J all reset themselves to the new time.

    My non-atomic Mudman was also reset though, which surprised me? How did it know that DST started?

    How did everyone else make out, any problems with DST resets?

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sodiac View Post
    My non-atomic Mudman was also reset though, which surprised me? How did it know that DST started?
    I doubt that your non-atomic Mudman set itself to DST without manual intervention. I had to manually turn DST to ON for mine today. Worked like a charm and I didn't even have to refer to the manual.

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    Quote Originally Posted by sappyg View Post
    I doubt that your non-atomic Mudman set itself to DST without manual intervention. I had to manually turn DST to ON for mine today. Worked like a charm and I didn't even have to refer to the manual.
    Maybe it was on DST already? I wore it the other day, it had the correct time, then this morning it was rest along with the atomics...

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    My GW1500a went to DST on it's own.

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    No problems at all. The only thing I hate is that it changes the time on the first sync. The watches in my case changed at 0:04 to 1:04, so technically they were an hour ahead for 2 hours. It probably doesn't effect most people since they don't stay up that late.

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    My GW-5600J was on DST Auto, but did not change on its own.

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    All of my atomics changed over, all of the non atomics required intervention....

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    my gw-500A reset fine-

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    Yep all my atomics reset because i have them set to auto dst. Manually set all my other watches and synced them all from my atomics all read the same time
    now i can see which ones are running fast or slow.

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    Re: Did your G-Shocks reset to DST?

    Some non-atomic Casio's have a DST switch. You just flip that state and you're good to go. I've heard some atomic sync Casio's may fail to make the switch the first night, but will do it right the second night. In that case, you may have to manually change the state for that day.
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