Pulsar Chronograph Watch - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


You might need a jump start the watch, or cleaning. I usually try using a air dust blower ball to get all the particles that is invisible to the eye, you can do this on the movement and around the battery area. Aftwards try inserting the battery again then pull out the stem and move it clockwise at least 10 times passing the 12'o clock marker. If the watch is not brough back to life you can try one last thing before buying a new movement or taking it to the watch repair shop. If you take it to watch repair shop they might charge you a few bucks to jump start the movement. I hope this helps. Marcelo

Pulsar... | Answered on Oct 28, 2013 | 213 views


Go to pulsar website look under manuals and select PWF series

Pulsar... | Answered on Jul 09, 2013 | 1,432 views


If your watch is solar powered the second hand performs this characteristic when it's in need of a charge. Try placing your time piece under a bright light for short time or in direct sunlight and see if this helps you with your problem.

Pulsar... | Answered on Dec 23, 2012 | 407 views


If you will browse through my Tips and Tricks, you will find the link to Pulsar watch manuals.

Pulsar... | Answered on Feb 28, 2011 | 1,278 views


show it in a watch house to change the time.

Pulsar... | Answered on Jan 26, 2011 | 103 views


If the crown normally tightens and you are unable to secure the position, the answer to your question is yes, the winding position adds extra security when it comes to water moisture trying to get in.

Pulsar... | Answered on Jan 12, 2011 | 124 views


search it on internet,go for google search

Pulsar... | Answered on Jan 04, 2011 | 207 views


http://www.pulsarwatches.com.au/files/instructions/137_1.pdf

Pulsar... | Answered on Mar 31, 2010 | 569 views


I answered this for different Fossil watch post, but I believe it will be the same for your watch.
I'll re-post the answer below.
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To set the alarm on these models of Pulsar watches, do the following:
Looking at the face of the watch, there are two buttons and a crown on the right side. The TOP button is Button "A". - The BOTTOM button is Button "B".
There are 3 positions on the crown: IN (#0), FIRST CLICK (#1) & SECOND CLICK (#2). 
The small dials located at the bottom of the watch face (6 O'clock) are the alarm minute and hour dials.

First, pull the crown out to the second 'click' (position #2) ... This is all the way out. (STOP THERE! Pulling harder will harm your watch! Don't try to pull past position #2!)
Second, set the correct time. (plus one or two minutes... time to complete this.)
Third, with the crown still out to position #2, push button "B" (bottom) until the alarm minute and hour hands are set to the present time (same as the large dials).
Fourth, push the crown all the way in- to position #0.
The current time on the large dial should read the same as the small alarm 'time'. {This is the CURRENT TIME, not the alarm SOUND SET.}
To set the alarm SOUND time, pull the crown out to the first click (position #1).
Push button "B" until the dials of the alarm are at the time you want the alarm to sound... It can only be set within 12 hours! ... It does NOT know "am or pm".
When the desired time is set for the "alarm sound", push the crown all the way in (position #0).
The alarm dials will now indicate the time for your alarm to sound, NOT the current time. (this way, you know that the alarm is engaged.)
To reset the alarm- or disable it, pull the crown out to the first click (position #1) and hold button "B" down until the dials advance and stop at the current time... it will stop at the current time- then release button "B". --- Push the crown back in (position #0) and the alarm will now be disabled.

If the alarm dials are always moving and at the current time, you know that the alarm is disabled.
If the alarm dials are stationary and not moving with the time, you know that the alarm is engaged and set to the time shown.

I hope this helps.

Pulsar... | Answered on Mar 31, 2010 | 718 views


The "second" hand on this watch is not actually a 'sweep' second hand, as on other watches.
This is a timer dial. ["Stopwatch 1/5 Second Hand"]
To start/stop this, use the top button (Button "A").
To reset this dial to 12 O'clock, use Button "B", after first stopping it with Button "A".
The "second" hand is the small dial at the 9 O'clock position.
In actuality, you 'could' start this and just not stop it...  Then it would function as a "large second hand". That would be up to the owner. (it might use more battery power though... ?)

Pulsar... | Answered on Apr 22, 2015 | 984 views


To set the timer hand on these models of Pulsar watches, do the following: 
Looking at the face of the watch, there are two buttons and a crown on the right side. The TOP button is Button "A". - The BOTTOM button is Button "B".
There are 3 positions on the crown: IN (#1), FIRST CLICK (#2) & SECOND CLICK (#3).
First, pull the crown out to the second 'click' position (#3) ... This is all the way out. (STOP THERE! Pulling harder will harm your watch! Don't try to pull past position #3!)
Push and hold Button "A" for two (2) seconds. The dial will sweep around to the 12 O'clock position. You can advance the timer while the crown is in position #3 (second click out) to reset it back to the default position. 
The manual says that if you pull the crown out to position #3 while the timer is measuring, the hand will reset back to the 12 o'clock position... I haven't tried that, so I can't confirm.

Pulsar... | Answered on Mar 04, 2016 | 2,309 views


See PDF here to solve this problem.
Wish Pulsar would have included this info with their watches!
http://www.pulsarwatches.com.au/manuals_pdf/121_1.pdf

Pulsar... | Answered on Nov 10, 2015 | 7,077 views


Download the manual and see the date 1972 onwards

Pulsar Watches | Answered on Nov 02, 2019 | 305 views


FIND A JEWELER WHO SELLS THEM.

Pulsar Watches | Answered on Nov 02, 2019 | 723 views


Try a department store, like Target or Walmart or a jewelry store. :-)

Pulsar Watches | Answered on Jul 17, 2019 | 73 views


we dont value items here

Pulsar Watches | Answered on Jun 26, 2019 | 73 views


GO TO A STORE THAT SELLS WATCHES

Pulsar Watches | Answered on May 05, 2019 | 67 views


Contact a local jeweler for this info.

Pulsar Watches | Answered on Apr 24, 2019 | 77 views

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