What are the 3 circles on Ag shock?
Known as the “Third Eye” watch since it’s debut, the G-SHOCK 6900 is being offered in gold, including the bezel. The 6900 got the nickname “Third Eye” for its three round visual indicators situated above the digital read out. The anniversary edition keeps those three circles.
What is Al on G-Shock?
Set daily, monthly, one month or a single-date alarm. Press the bottom left button until you are in alarm mode. The display will say “AL” in the upper left-hand corner. Press the bottom left button to change between hour, minute, day and month. Press the bottom right button to increase the digits you have selected.
What are the features of G-Shock watches?
The newest collection of the ‘G’ comes with exciting features like a built-in altimeter, navigating compass, bluetooth connectivity and a world timer accurate to 1-2 seconds a month. And such is their durability (mentioning it for the third time now) that G-Shocks last for generations rather than years.
What is SIG and SNZ?
SNZ is snooze alarm and SIG is hourly time signal.
What is STW in G-Shock?
Click for G-Shock Aviator Collection. Using the ‘World Time’ function is simple. To set it, cycle through the settings using the ‘Mode Button (D)’ until the small dial points at ‘WT (World Time)’, then using the ‘Search Button (E)’ cycle through the time-zone codes until you find the one right for you.
Which G-Shock is NASA?
More than just a commemorative, the square-face Casio G-Shock DW5600 (in both “C” and “E” variants) was among the models and brands of wristwatches that NASA approved for its astronauts to use on the space shuttle.
What is SNZ alarm on G shock?
Alarm number Alarm Mode, which you enter by pressing C. AL3 and AL4 for the daily alarm, and a snooze alarm screen indicated by SNZ. The Hourly Time Signal screen is indicated by SIG. In the Alarm Mode, use D to scroll through the alarm screens until the one whose time you want to set is displayed.