How to display the reception results
The small seconds hand indicates the latest reception results (Yes/No) of a radio signal for five seconds.
If a reception was successful: The seconds hand points to Y
A radio signal has been received successfully. Use the watch without any adjustments.
When the watch does not display the correct time and date even after successfully receiving a radio signal, refer to Troubleshooting.→ Misalignment of the time and hand positions Misalignment of the time and hand positions, and Misalignment of the date Misalignment of the date
If reception has failed: The seconds hand points to N
Place the watch in a place where it can easily receive a radio signal, or change its direction.
Even within the radio signal reception range, this watch may fail to receive a radio signal depending on the condition (due to the influence of weather, terrain, buildings, or direction). Environments in which it is difficult to receive a radio signal
This watch is unable to receive radio signals outside the reception range. Radio signal reception range indication
Make sure that the time zone is correctly selected before attempting radio signal reception.
When the time zone is set to a region other than the radio signal reception range, radio signals cannot be received. Check the selection of time zone.
How to select the time zone (How to display the local time around the world)
Time zone display and time difference table
Attempt to receive a radio signal in a different time period. (In the case of manual reception)
Receiving environments differ according to time periods even at the same place. Due to radio signal characteristics, the watch is able to easily receive radio signals during nighttime hours.
If you use the watch in a place or region outside the radio signal reception range or when the watch cannot successfully receive radio signals, manually set the time and date.
How to manually set the time
How to manually set the date