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Matt C.

Matt C. wrote an answer about on June 9, 2010

Unscrew the big knob in a counter-clockwise direction. Once unscrewed, it will pop out. Then twist to set the time. To retighten it, push the knob in and turn clockwise. It should screw in five or six revolutions.

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Matt C.

Matt C. wrote a question about on April 25, 2010

Does anyone know how to switch the band? I have a stainless band. I want to switch it for the Nixon 51-30 black rubber watch band. Suggestions? Any there any manuals on the internet beside the Nixon 51-30 manual that only shows how to adjust the time and the tide function?

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Matt C.

Matt C. wrote an answer about on April 25, 2010

Adjustment knobs are on the left side so that they do not get in the way of your wrist/hand. The watch is meant to be worn while surfing. If the knobs were on the right side of the watch, they'd dig into your wrist/hand while paddling out to catch a wave. The watch is meant to be worn by a right-handed person (on the left wrist). Essentially, they're on the left to keep them out of the way. When surfing, the design performs as intended.

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Matt C.

Matt C. wrote an answer about on April 25, 2010

Adjustment knobs are on the left side so that they do not get in the way of your wrist/hand. The watch is meant to be worn while surfing. If the knobs were on the right side of the watch, they'd dig into your wrist/hand while paddling out to catch a wave. The watch is meant to be worn by a right-handed person (on the left wrist). Essentially, they're on the left to keep them out of the way. When surfing, the design performs as intended.

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Matt C.

Matt C. wrote an answer about on April 25, 2010

Adjustment knobs are on the left side so that they do not get in the way of your wrist/hand. The watch is meant to be worn while surfing. If the knobs were on the right side of the watch, they'd dig into your wrist/hand while paddling out to catch a wave. The watch is meant to be worn by a right-handed person (on the left wrist). Essentially, they're on the left to keep them out of the way. When surfing, the design performs as intended.

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