Manuals for Accurist Watches
Below you can find all models Accurist Watches for which we have manuals available. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your model not on the list? Please contact us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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My mechanical watch runs fast, what can I do? Verified
This might be caused by exposure to a magnetic field. It can be solved by a demagnetisation process performed by a professional watchmaker.
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What do AM and PM stand for? Verified
AM stands for Ante Meridiem and indicates that the time is before midday. PM stands for Post Meridiem and indicates that the time is past midday.
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A battery in my device is oxidized, can I still safely use it? Verified
Ja, the device can still be safely used. Firstly, remove the oxidizd battery. Never use bare hands to do this. Then clean the battery compartment with a cotton swab dipped in vinegar or lemon juice. Let it dry and insert new batteries.
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What is a 'Chronograph'? Verified
A 'Chronograph' is literally a 'writer of time'. The term is used to describe clocks and watches that tell the time of day as well as measure a certain period of time, like a stopwatch.
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What is a quartz movement? Verified
Watches and clocks with a quartz movement are driven by a battery. This sends an electric current through quartz crystals that will vibrate. These vibrations are passed on to the movement. Because the vibrations have a fixed frequency, watches and clocks with a quartz movement are extremely precise.
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What is GMT? Verified
GMT stands for Greenwich Mean Time (sometimes called UTC, standing for Coordinated Universal Time). It is the time for the longitude 0, that passes through Greenwich near London.
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