Bulova Marine Star 98C62 Quick Question

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    Bulova Marine Star 98C62 Quick Question

    Hello Everyone!
    I have a Bulova Marine Star 98C62, and I was wondering if there is a way to hide the Spanish days, and only see the English days...is this possible? Also- Can anyone tell me about Mortimer Dive watches?

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    Re: Bulova Marine Star 98C62 Quick Question

    Quote Originally Posted by SGT.BILKO View Post
    Hello Everyone!
    I have a Bulova Marine Star 98C62, and I was wondering if there is a way to hide the Spanish days, and only see the English days...is this possible? Also- Can anyone tell me about Mortimer Dive watches?
    On the second question: there is a search function on the forum page (top right). I've never heard of Mortimer but if any one else has, the search will find it.

    On the first: if the watches' date wheel has both languages, usually you use the crown's day advance to move to English. (Pull crown out slightly and turn in one direction or the other... every movement is slightly different.)
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    Who is the company behind it? Why are they using this material?
    People need to be able to identify the watch with themselves. It's based on emotion." - Ralph Furter

    ...that's just my opinion and I've been wrong before and will be again and might be now!

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    Re: Bulova Marine Star 98C62 Quick Question

    Do you mean that your watch is showing the Spanish days for a few hours or so while it is changing over? If so then this is just a normal part of the way the movement works, it is something that many watches do. If you mean that it is showing Spanish days all the time the you just need to set it correctly. Use the crown in whatever position to set the watch to YESTERDAYS day and date in English, and then click the crown to the other position and keep turning it so that the day and date changes to today's date (typically at around midnight) and then carry on to set the watch to the correct time (going round a second time if it is PM).

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