Setting G-Shock to DST

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    Setting G-Shock to DST

    " Hi, my name is Ifor, and I live in the Netherlands; my collection of watches also includes
    the Casio G-Shock GA-100A-9AER (yellow) - my 2 questions are: what's the easiest way to set my G-Shock to Daylight Saving Time (DST) and once set, does it work automatically? Dutch time is EST plus 1 hour...thanx...ifor"

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    Re: Setting G-Shock to DST

    Hi Ifor and welcome!!!

    I do not own a GA-100A-9AER, so pls take a look in the manual for setting to DST.

    But though the GA-100 is not a atomic watch you have to change to DST and back by hand. Only atomic watches will do the change automatically.

    BTW: Nice watch
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    Sinn 104 St Sa A | Casio CBX-1000 | Casio WV-M120 | Junghans Mega1 | Junghans Olympic

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    Re: Setting G-Shock to DST

    Yes, the manual should make it clear. It's generally a matter of pressing the adjust button in time mode and then scrolling through the settings to toggle it on or off.
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: Setting G-Shock to DST

    I'm pretty sure on the GA-100 you just turn DST on in the settings (you'll see it when you're scrolling through things to set in settings mode) and it will go ahead an hour. I can't wait to do it on mine just to see the hands automatically set themselves :).

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