A GPS Solar Watch receives GPS signals from GPS satellites to set the time and date based on the atomic clock. GPS signals also provide information about the time zone where you are when the region or time zone is changed or when you set the time manually. GPS signal reception consumes a lot of energy. Please ensure that you charge the watch by exposing it to light so that the indicator hand points to the “middle” or “full” position. (If the charging status is displayed as “low,” reception will not begin even with manual GPS signal reception.)

GPS signal reception depends on the location and there are some places where GPS signals can not be easily received. For details, please refer to the information in your instruction manual.