09.07.2010 15:36

How to calibrate SWISS ISA Chronograph movement

Sometimes we have customers that think their watch is broken because the chronograph second hand will not go back to the zero - or 12 o'clock position.

It is almost never the case that the watch is acutally defective, you will merely have to recalibrate the hand. This may have happend because vibrations during transport or a change of battery, magnetic fields etc. But don't worry, the procedure is quick an easy:

All you have to do is this: pull out the crown to the center position and then pres the upper pusher until the hand points to the zero position again. If you have any further questions, just let us know.