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User Guide

  • Mechanical Movement
    We advise you to arrange for your BEDAT & Co GENEVE mechanical watch to be sent to service by an approved BEDAT & Co GENEVE After-Sales Service centre, to ensure that the timepiece maintains its reliability.

  • Quartz Movement
    The average lifetime of battery is 2 - 3 years. We recommend that you have your batteries changed by an approved BEDAT & Co GENEVE After-Sales Service centre.

  • Cleaning
    All BEDAT & Co GENEVE timepiece can be cleaned with a soft, dry cloth.

  • Winding and time setting on manual models.

    Crown position 1, winding.

    When the watch has come to a complete stop, gently turn the crown, in position 1, in a clockwise motion. The power reserve of a fully wound watch is approximately 40 hours, depending on the model.

    *Caution: Do not turn the crown manually more than 8 to 10 times to avoid damaging the movement.

    Crown position 2, Time setting.

    Pull the crown to position 3 and move the hands in either direction to the desired time.

    Push crown in.

  • Winding, time setting and date setting on automatic models.

    Crown position 1, winding.

    This position allows manual winding by gently turning the crown in a clockwise motion. The watch self-winds while being worn. The maximum power reserve of a fully wound automatic watch is approximately 40 hours. The watch will stop if not worn.

    *Please note: Caution should be used not to manually over-wind the movement. 8 to 10 gentle manual winds will be sufficient to start your automatic movement.

    Crown position 2, Quick set of date.

    The date may be adjusted by turning the crown in this position clockwise.

    Crown position 3, Time setting.

    Turn crown clockwise or counter-clockwise to adjust the time.

    *Caution: To ensure the date does not change at midday, we recommend, when setting the time, turning the hands until the date changes in the aperture.

    Push crown in.

    User Guide