A Guide to Setting the Time on Your Watch with a Miyota 9039 Movement
The Miyota 9039 movement is a reliable and precise automatic movement commonly found in various wristwatches, including the Houtman Pilbara Series. Setting the time on a watch with this movement is a straightforward process, in this guide, we'll walk you through how to set the time on your watch with a Miyota 9039 movement.
Step 1: Pull Out the Crown
Gently unscrew or pull out the crown to its outermost position. This position allows you to adjust the time.
Step 2: Turn the Crown to Set the Hour and Minutes
Once the crown is in the time-setting position, turn it clockwise to set the hour and counterclockwise to set the minutes. Take your time to align the hands with the correct hour and minute markers on the watch dial.
Step 3: Use Hacking Feature, and what is hacking?
The Miyota 9039 movement includes a hacking feature, meaning the second hand stops when the crown is pulled out to set the time. If your watch has this feature, it ensures precise time-setting by allowing you to set the time to the exact second if desired.
Step 4: Push In and Screw Down the Crown
Once you have set the time, push the crown back in gently. If your watch has a screw-down crown (like the Pilbara Series does), make sure to screw it back tightly to maintain the watches water resistance.
Step 5: Confirm the Correct Time
Wear your watch for a few hours to ensure that it keeps accurate time. If you notice any discrepancies, repeat the time-setting process.
A final word
Setting the time on a watch with a Miyota 9039 movement is a user-friendly task that enhances your overall ownership experience. By following these simple steps, you can enjoy the precision and reliability that this movement offers. If you ever have specific questions about your watch or encounter difficulties, referring to the watch's manual or reaching to us for additional guidance. Now, enjoy your accurately set timepiece!