1 1 05/04/05 SC-888 Instructions Thank you for buying the Robic SC-888. Your purchase brings you a world class timer with a vast array of advanced timekeeping functions. Please take a moment to review this operating guide, so that you can become familiar with the SC-888 s many capabilities and how you can best access them for your maximum benefit. The SC-888 can be configured to operate as a Single (T-1), Double (T-2) or Triple (T-3) timer within the Chronograph (stopwatch), Speed and Countdown timer modes. Single, Double or Triple refers to the SC- 888 s ability to time one, two or three activities or competitors at once. Certain pushbuttons perform different operations, depending on how the timer is configured. The other pushbuttons operate the same in all (ALL) modes. Single: T-1; Double: T-2; Triple: T-3. The following illustration provides the operation of pushbuttons and location of indicators for the Robic SC-888. (B) (T-1) Lap/Split Reset (T-2)/(T-3): Start Lap/Split Stop #2 ALL: Reset to zeros (A) (T-1) Start Stop (T-2)/(T-3) Start Lap/Split (D) ALL: Backlight (F) ALL: Recall, Set Memory Up or Down (C) ALL: Advance (T-3): Start Lap/Split Stop #3 (E) ALL: Change Mode (Mode/Select) Release to Running Time Indicators: Above the top row: Recall Maximum/ Slowest Memory Speed Direction Average Fastest Lap Lap Recall Timer Chrono Mile Kilometer AVG MAX SLOW RCL SPEED CHR MILE KM
2 2 05/04/05 Below the bottom row: CDT LAP SPL SEP LOOP RPT STOP (((o))) Countdown Lap Split Separate Loop Countdown Stop Alarm Chime Timer Time Time Starts Countdown Repeat The indicators will appear only when the associated function is activated. The starting point for any operation is NORMAL TIME. You may sequence through the modes by pressing (E). NORMAL TIME Time of Day, Calendar, Daily Alarm and Hourly Chime CHRONOGRAPH(s) (Stopwatch) Operates as a Single, Double or Triple stopwatch 1/100 Second resolution, 24 hour timing range Recall of the previous 150 time readings for each chrono Chronographs can be started separately or simultaneously Automatic lap counter(s) to 999 for each chrono Choose from lap or split time display(s) Average, fastest and slowest lap time recall Memory recall in either ascending or descending order SPEED TIMER (s) Computes and displays speed in MPH or KPH Operates as a Single, Double or Triple Speed Timer Set distance from to mile or kilometer Timers can be started separately or simultaneously Recall of the previous 150 readings for each timer Displays lap time, speed and number for each timer Memory recall in either ascending or descending order Average, fastest and slowest lap time and speed recall Shows current running lap time(s) Time out (pause) timing STROKE RATE CALCULATOR (operates as a function of Speed Timer) Used for rowing or swimming, calculates strokes per minute for single, double or triple stroke cycle COUNTDOWN TIMER(s) Shows time remaining Operates as a Single, Double or Triple Countdown Timer (CDT) 1/10 Second precision up to 24 hours Timers operate simultaneously or independently Loop sequence automatically switches from one CDT to the next, upon completion Offers Countdown Stop or Countdown Repeat options Loud alarm signal upon completion of Countdown time(s) PART I. EL BACKLIGHT OPERATION Pressing (D) at any time during any operation will activate the Electroluminescent (EL) Backlight function for viewing at night and/or in low light or no light situations. Once pressed, the EL backlight will illuminate the display for three (3) seconds with a light blue, back-lighting.
3 3 05/04/05 >>>> IMPORTANT <<<< Please use the EL backlight as needed, but note it will reduce the product s battery life. PART II. NORMAL TIME - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS The starting point for operating your SC-888 is NORMAL TIME. If NORMAL TIME is not displayed, press (E) until it appears. To set the alarm, normal time and calendar, press (E) (Mode/Select) until the display appears as follows: Alarm Time Day, Month, Date (Calendar) Time of Day To begin the setting process, press and hold (F) for about three (3) seconds, until alarm hours begin to flash in the upper row of the display. ALARM HOURS: Press or hold (C) to advance alarm hours. The A/AM or P/PM indicator adjusts automatically. ALARM MINUTES: Press (E) and alarm minutes appear flashing. Press or hold (C) to advance. Continue pressing (E) to mode and (C) to advance the setting digits in this sequence: Seconds Hours Minutes Month Date Day of Week 12/24 Hour Time option back to Alarm Hours. 12/24 HOUR OPTION: The time may be set to operate in AM/PM (hours 1-12) or on a 24 hour basis (hours 0-24). To set the (12) or (24) hours, press (E) after setting the Day and either 12H or 24H will appear on the display. To select 12 or 24, simply press (C) until the 12H or 24H time indicator appears. The Alarm Time will be displayed in the format (12H or 24H) selected. After setting, press (F) to exit the setting mode. All digits (except seconds) will appear frozen. NOTES: (1) You may complete the setting process at any time by pressing (F), or the SC-888 will automatically exit the setting process if no pushbuttons are pressed within two (2) minutes. (2) If you wish to set any particular function (alarm, time, calendar) press and hold (F) for three (3) seconds. Then press (E) until that digit(s) appear(s) flashing. Press (C) to advance that function, then press (F) to complete the setting process. (3) Smart calendar. After setting the calendar, the SC-888 will automatically adjust after the last day of each month to the first day of the next month, taking into account months with fewer than 31 days.
4 4 05/04/05 USING THE ALARM and/or HOURLY CHIME The alarm can be armed (set to go off) to sound once per day. The alarm symbol (((o))) will appear when the alarm is armed. The hourly chime can be armed (set to go off) to sound one (1) beep every hour on the hour. The chime indicator ( ) will appear when the hourly chime is armed. ARMING AND DISARMING THE ALARM AND HOURLY CHIME With your watch in NORMAL TIME (no digits appear flashing): (1) Press (C) and the alarm symbol (((o))) appears (alarm is armed to sound at the time set (i.e. 7:30 A)). (2) Press (C) again and the alarm symbol disappears and the Chime symbol ( ) appears. (3) Press (C) again and both the alarm and chime symbols appear. (4) Press (C) again and both symbols disappear (alarm & chime are disarmed). When armed, the alarm will sound when the alarm time coincides with the time of day. You may silence the alarm by pressing any pushbutton. PART III. CHRONOGRAPH (STOPWATCH) AND SPEED TIMER SET-UP The SC-888 offers a variety of timing options for both the Chronograph and Speed Timer modes. Please take a moment to become familiar with these options, before setting and using these functions. Memory Recall Direction: You may review up to the 150 previous readings in either Up (ascending - 1,2,3, , 150) or Down (descending 150, ,2,1) order. UP ( ) or Down ( ) indicators appear on the far left above the upper row of digits. To select UP or DOWN, press (F) in the RESET (all zeros) position. Once selected, memory direction cannot be changed while the timer is running or not reset. LAP or SPLIT timing: (Chronograph mode only) You may select to display LAP or SPLIT times. Lap ( LAP )and Split ( SPL ) indicators appear below the bottom row of digits. LAP Chrono will display the Interval of time from your previous readings. Each time a reading is taken, the chronograph begins from zero. SPLIT Chrono will display the Accumulation of time from the start of the event. Each time a reading is taken, the chronograph shows the Total amount of time accrued. Single, Double or Triple Timers. The SC-888 will accommodate up to three (3) separate timers. In the Chronograph and Speed Timer set-up modes, you may select from Single 1, Double 2, or Triple 3 options. Single, Double or Triple refers to the SC-888 s ability to time one, two or three activities or participants at once. Lap Counter(s) There is an automatic Lap Counter associated with each timer in use. A Lap Counter displays the number of readings taken.
5 5 05/04/05 Each Lap Counter registers up to 999 readings and appears on the left side of the row of digits with the brackets below. The brackets below the Lap Counter will flash once per second when the timer is running. The brackets will not flash when the timer is stopped or reset to all zeros. SEPARATE or ALL Starts: During the Chronograph and Speed Timer Set-up modes, you may choose to start the timers independently ( SEP ) or simultaneously ( ALL ). Choosing SEP allows you to start each timer on its own, as necessary (i.e., a staggered start). Choosing ALL starts each timer at the same time. The SEP indicator will appear below the lower row of digits when chosen. Should the SEP indicator not appear, then the timers will start together. PART IV. CHRONOGRAPH (STOPWATCH) OPERATION From NORMAL TIME, press (E), Chrono prompt appears for two (2) seconds. After the Chrono prompt disappears, the SC-888 should be in the reset (all zeros) position. NOTE: You cannot operate the Chronograph unless the Speed Timer is reset to all zeros. (refer to Part V Operating the Speed Timer.) The Chronograph resolution is 1/100 second for the first 60 minutes, after which it changes to one (1) second. How to Set-Up the Chronograph A Chronograph (stopwatch) times events with a high degree of precision by counting up. Prior to starting the chronograph, please refer to Part III, above, to review the various options available in setting up (configuring) your SC-888 Chronograph. Select the desired option when it appears flashing. From the Reset position, press and hold (F) for three (3) seconds, LAP:SPL appears in the top row of the display with LAP flashing. Press (C) to select LAP or SPL (split) timing function. Then, press (E). ch appears in the middle row. Select from: Single 1, Double 2 or Triple 3 Chrono by pressing (C). Press (E) again. SEP:ALL appears in the bottom row. Select from SEP (all chronographs start independently) or ALL (all chronographs start simultaneously) by pressing (C). SEP or ALL selection only affects Double 2 or Triple 3 Chronographs. After selecting the Chronograph configuration best suited for your use, press (F) to exit the set-up procedure. Memory Recall Direction With the Chronograph in the Reset (all zeros) position, press (F) to select between memory recall in UP/Ascending (1,2, , 150) or DOWN/Descending (150, 149, ,2,1) order. The recall direction indicators are located above the lap counter in the top row of the display on the far left. UP/ascending or DOWN/descending. The memory recall direction cannot be changed if the chronograph is active ( RUN indicator appears) or stopped, but not reset to all zeros. IMPORTANT: Pressing and holding (F) to enter the set-up procedure will automatically change the recall direction. Please check the recall direction after set-up, to ensure it is correct for your use. Chronograph Set-Up Confirmation and Indicators
6 6 05/04/05 Prior to starting the chronograph, you can confirm how the Chrono is set-up by checking the display in the Reset (all zeros) position. There are indicators visible for each of the various timing options available. Recall Direction: UP or Down will appear above top row on the far left. Lap or Split: LAP or SPL will appear below the bottom row. Single, Double or Triple: Lap Counter (s) with brackets below, will appear on the left side of each row. (1) Top row only Single. (2) Top and middle rows are Double. (3) All three rows are Triple. Independent or Simultaneous Start: SEP indicator will appear below the bottom row when each timer is started on its own. SEP disappears if each timer is started at the same time. Please refer to the following examples of determining how the Chronograph is set-up. Recall: Up Single Chronograph Split Mode Single Lap Counter Chrono Indicator Split Indicator Double Chronograph Lap Mode Separate Starts Recall: Down Two Lap Counters Lap Indicator Chrono Indicator SEP Indicator
7 7 05/04/05 Triple Chronograph Split Mode Simultaneous Starts Recall Up Chrono Indicator Three (3) Lap Counters Split Indicator No SEP Indicator Using the SC-888 as a Single Chronograph From the Reset position (all zeros), press (A) to start timing ( RUN indicator appears). Then, press (B) to record Lap and Split times. The lap time will appear frozen in the upper row, the split time will appear frozen in the middle row. The current running LAP or SPLIT time will appear in the bottom row. Take as many lap/split readings as required, by pressing (B). Press (A) to stop timing. Then, press (B) to reset to all zeros. Using the SC-888 as a Double or Triple Chronograph Should you configure the SC-888 as a double or triple chronograph, Use Pushbutton (A) for Timer #1 Use Pushbutton (B) for Timer #2 Use Pushbutton (C) for Timer #3
8 8 05/04/05 (B) Timer #2 Middle Row Resets/Clears All Timers (A) Timer #1 Top Row In ALL, Starts all timers Identifies the location of Timers 1,2 &3 (C) Timer #3 Bottom Row Simultaneous Starting Time All Start Together Should you want to start all timers at the same time, select ALL during the Set-Up procedure. SEP will disappear. You may take up to 1000 reading(s) for each timer. Press (A) to start timing. Then, press (A) for Timer #1, (B) for Timer #2 and (C) for Timer #3, as required. The time will appear frozen and the lap counter will register each time a reading is taken. You may press (E) to release the display to the current running time or the SC-888 will automatically do so after 15 seconds. Upon release of the previous reading, the lap counter will increase by one to reflect the current lap number. Upon completion of the event, press and hold (A), (B) and/or (C) for two (2) seconds to stop timing. STOP appears. The brackets below the Lap Counter stop flashing. The time reading shown at STOP will be the actual finish time (not two (2) seconds later). While all timers are stopped, press (B) for two (2) seconds to reset to all zeros. Separate Starting Time(s) Should you want to start each timer on its own, select SEP during the set-up procedure, SEP will appear.
9 9 05/04/05 Press (A) to start Timer #1. Press (B) to start Timer #2 and press (C) to start Timer #3. RUN will appear and the brackets below the respective Lap Counter will flash. Then, press (A), (B) and/or (C) to take Lap-Split readings. Again, you may release the frozen times by pressing (E). Press and Hold (A), (B) and/or (C) for two (2) seconds to stop the associated timer. STOP will appear when all Chronographs are stopped. The time shown at STOP will be the time when you pushed the button (not 2 seconds later). To reset to all zeros, press and hold (B) for two (2) second while ALL timers are stopped. ADVANCED FUNCTIONS Fastest, Slowest and Average Lap Time The Fastest ( MAX ), Slowest ( SLO ) and Average ( AVG ) lap for each timer can be displayed while the chronograph is running or stopped, by pressing (F). The corresponding lap number will appear next to the actual reading. 150 Memory Recall Continue to press (F) to recall up to the previous 150 readings for each timer, while the Chrono is running or stopped. The recall ( RCL ) indicator will appear when in use. You may press and hold (F) to scroll through the previous readings. The memory recall data will disappear if no pushbutton is pressed within 15 seconds. You may escape the recall procedure at any time by pressing (E). If the timer is running, simply press the appropriate pushbutton to take a new time reading or stop the timer(s). IMPORTANT: You cannot retrieve memory or other time data, if the display has been reset to all zeros. ALWAYS retrieve memory and FAST/SLOW/AVG time data prior to resetting the Chronograph. Time-out: The SC-888 has a time-out feature. If the event being timed is stopped for any reason, you may stop and re-start the Chronograph without losing any prior readings. The lap counter(s) will register a reading whenever running time is stopped. To change modes during chronograph operation, press and hold (E) for two (2) seconds. As a Single Chorine, the SC-888 will display Split time in the middle row and Lap or Split time in the bottom row, with 1/100 second resolution to 24 hours. PART V. SPEED TIMER OPERATION The Speed Timer will compute and display speed in MPH/KPH as a function of time and distance, and will NOT operate, unless a distance has been entered. To enter the Speed Mode from NORMAL TIME, press (E) twice. The SPEEd prompt will appear for two (2) seconds. Upon entering, the Speed Mode should be in the reset position (all zeros). The Speed Timer mode will not appear unless the Chronograph is in the reset (all zeros) position. Distance Calculation
10 10 05/04/05 Distance is entered as the decimal equivalent of a mile or kilometer, from to For example, enter 2 ½ miles or kilometers as , 1/3 as , 1/8 as , etc. (To calculate the decimal equivalent of a fraction, simply divide the numerator by the denominator... for ¾, 3 divided by 4 is ) Some common distances in decimal form are: 1/10 = /8 = /6 = ¼= /3 = /8 = ½ = /8 = /3 = ¾ = You may convert feet to the decimal equivalent of a mile by dividing by For example, 187 feet is entered as (187 divided by 5280 = 0.035). Some commonly used distances are: Water Ski Slalom Course = 850 feet mile Pitcher s Mound/Baseball = 60.5 feet = mile Pitcher s Mound/Youth = 47 feet = mile Pitcher s Mound/Softball 45/47 feet = mile Convert meters to kilometers by dividing by For example 230 meters is entered as kilometers. Distance Entry and Speed Timer Set-Up After determining the distance, press and hold (F) for three (3) seconds. The SC-888 has a preset distance of (1/4 of a mile). dis will appear in the upper row of the display with the MILE or KM indicator flashing above. Press (C) to select miles or kilometers. Then, press (E). Hundreds of miles will flash. Press (C) to enter a number into hundreds. Repeat pressing (E) to select and (C) to advance for tens, units, tenths, hundredths and thousandths. Exit the setting procedure at any time by pressing (F), or; After entering the distance, press (E), SPd appears in the middle row. You may select from Single, Double or Triple Speed Timers by pressing (C). Then, press (E) again, SEP:ALL appears in the bottom row. Press (C) to choose between SEP for separate (on their own) starting times, or ALL for simultaneous (at the same time) starts. Again, press (F) at any time to exit setting. Please remember to check the memory recall direction after setup. You may change the recall direction by pressing (F) when the timer is in the reset position. Speed Timer Set-Up Confirmation and Indicators Prior to using the Speed Timer, you can confirm how the timer is set-up by checking the display when the timer is in the Reset position. There are indicators visible for each of the various time options available. Recall Direction: UP or DOWN above the top row on the far left SPEED indicator will appear above the top row, as well as MILE or KM Single, Double or Triple lap counters will appear with brackets below each counter Top Row: Single. Top & Middle Rows: Double. All Three Rows: Triple SEP indicator will appear for separate starting times and disappear for simultaneous start. NOTE: The SC-888 will compute and display speeds up to 1000 mph/kph. Should the speed reading be in excess of 1000 mph/kph, ERROR will appear in the appropriate row of the display and four (4) beeps will sound as an alert. Time will continue to run. You may then take the speed reading at the appropriate time.
11 11 05/04/05 Using the SC-888 as a Single Speed Timer Upon Reset, the middle row will show the distance entered. From Reset, press (A) to start timing. RUN appears. Then, press (B) to record lap readings. The lap number and time will appear in the top row and the lap speed will appear in the middle row. The running time of the current lap will appear in the bottom row. Continue to press (B), as necessary, to record lap readings. You may take up to 1000 lap readings. Please note the lap counter will display the last completed lap number, i.e., if the lap counter shows 044, then the bottom row will display the current running time for lap 045. Press (A) to stop the timer upon completion of the last lap. STOP appears. Press (B) to Reset. Using the SC-888 as a Double or Triple Speed Timer Use pushbutton (A) for Speed Timer #1 Use pushbutton (B) for Speed Timer #2 Use pushbutton (C) for Speed Timer #3 (B) Speed Timer #2 Resets/Clears All Timers (A) Speed Timer #1 Top Row In ALL, Starts All Timers Identifies the location of Speed Timer 1, 2 & 3 (C) Speed Timer #3 Bottom Row As a Double Speed Timer, the bottom row will display the lap times associated with Speed Timer #1. Simultaneous Start All Start Together Should you want to start all speed timers at the same time, select ALL during the set-up procedure. SEP will disappear. Press (A) to start timing. Then, press (A) for Speed #1, (B) for Speed #2 and (C) for Speed #3. The lap time will appear for two (2) seconds and then the lap speed will appear in mph/kph for 15 seconds. You may press (E) to release the frozen speed display to the current running lap time.
12 12 05/04/05 After the lap speed disappears, the lap counter will increase by one to indicate the current lap number and the running time of the current lap appears. You may take up to 1000 lap readings for each timer. Upon completion of the event, press and hold (A), (B) and/or (C) for two (2) seconds to Stop timing. STOP appears when all timers are stopped. The last lap time shown at STOP will be the actual lap time (not 2 seconds later). Separate Starting Times Should you want to start each speed timer on its own, select SEP during the set-up procedure. SEP will appear. Press (A) to start Speed Timer #1, press (B) to start #2 and press (C) to start #3 at the beginning of the event. Then, press (A), (B) or (C) to take the lap speed readings. Again, you may release the previous speed display to the current running lap time by pressing (E). To stop, press and hold (A), (B) or (C) for two (2) seconds, to stop the associated speed timer. STOP will appear when all speed timers have stopped. The time shown will be the actual time, not 2 seconds later. Press and hold (B) for two (2) seconds to reset all speed timers to zero. ADVANCED FUNCTIONS The fastest ( MAX ), slowest ( SLOW ) and average ( AVG ) lap times and speeds can be displayed while the Speed Timer is running or stopped by pressing (F). The corresponding lap number will appear next to the actual reading. The lap time will appear for two (2) seconds and then convert to the lap speed for each reading. 150 Memory Recall Continue to press (F) to recall up to the previous 150 lap times and speeds for each timer. The lap time will appear for two (2) seconds after which the lap speed appears. The recall ( RCL ) indicator will appear when in use. You may press and hold (F) to scroll through the recall sequence. Press (E) at any time to escape RECALL and return to the most recent display. NOTES: The Memory Recall function will operate while the Speed Timer is running or stopped... but NOT reset. ALWAYS retrieve MAX/SLOW/AVG and Memory Recall data prior to resetting the Speed Timer. Memory Recall Direction can only be changed in the Reset position. To change modes during Speed Timer operation, press and hold (E) for two (2) seconds. PART VI. COUNTDOWN TIMER OPERATION The SC-888 has three (3) Countdown Timers. A countdown timer shows the time remaining in an event, similar to the Game Clock at a football game.
13 13 05/04/05 From NORMAL TIME, press (E) three (3) times to enter the Countdown Timer (CDT) Mode. The Countdown prompt will appear for two (2) seconds. The display will appear as illustrated below: (B) Reset CDT (A) Start/Stop CDT Countdown #1 Countdown #2 Countdown #3 (C) Advance Digit, Select CDT Options (D) Backlight (F) Set CDT (E) Mode/Select Digit Countdown Timer Functions and Options You may load (or preset) up to three (3) times into the Countdown Timer (CDT) Each CDT can be set to stop ( STOP ) at the completion of the preset time or to repeat ( RPT ) the countdown at the completion of the preset time. Times from 1/10 second to 24 hours can be entered. The CDT has a resolution of 1/10 second. There is a LOOP option, which allows the CDT to automatically sequence through each countdown time upon completion of the previous, preset time. Do not use LOOP for single timer operation. How to Set Up the Countdown Timer(s) You may configure the SC-888 to countdown in several different ways. With the CDT in stopped position ( RUN does not appear), press and hold (F) for two (2) seconds. SEP or LOOP appears flashing. Press (C) to choose either SEP (all timers count down on their own), or LOOP (CDT sequences through each preset time). Press (E), STOP or RPT (repeat) indicator flashes. Press (C) to select countdown STOP or countdown REPEAT. Press (E), CDT #1 hours appear flashing. Press or hold (C) to advance CDT # 1 hours. Continue to press (E) to sequence through and (C) to advance.
14 14 05/04/05 CDT #1 Hours CDT #1 minutes CDT #1 Seconds CDT #1 1/10 Seconds CDT #2 Hours CDT #2 minutes CDT #2 Seconds CDT #2 1/10 Seconds CDT #3 Hours CDT #3 minutes CDT #3 Seconds CDT #3 1/10 Seconds Selecting CDT #1, #2 and #3 To select the Countdown Timer(s) to be activated, press (C) while in the reset position. The bracket under 1, 2 and/or 3 will flash if that CDT will be activated. The sequence is as follows: Press (C): CDT#1 only CDT # 2 only CDT #3 only CDT #1 & CDT #2 CDT #2 & CDT #3 CDT #1, CDT #2 & CDT #3 back to CDT #1 NOTES: (1) The SC-888 will not sequence through CDT #1, CDT #2 and/or CDT #3 while the timers are active or stopped (but not Reset). (2) Do not use the LOOP function if a single timer is selected. Should you want a single, preset time to automatically repeat, select RPT during the set-up procedure. Operating the Countdown Timer(s) The Countdown Timer will not operate unless a preset time has been entered. After configuring the Countdown Timer and entering the time(s), press (A) to start the timers. RUN indicator will appear. Press (A) to stop and re-start the Countdown Timer(s), as needed. A 20 second alarm will sound to signal the completion of the countdown, if the preset time is greater than one minute. If the preset time is less than one minute, than the completion alarm is four (4) beeps. Press any pushbutton to silence the completion alarm. You may reset to the preset time(s) while the CDT is stopped by pressing (B). LIMITED WARRANTY OUR BASIC POLICY Marshall-Browning International Corporation (MBI Corp.) warrants to the original owner, this quartz digital liquid display timepiece (excluding battery, lens, band, or strap) for the period of one year from the original purchase date. This limited warranty is given by MBI Corp. and not by the dealer from whom the timepiece was purchased. THE WARRANTY PROCESS - WHAT IS COVERED BY THE WARRANTY If the timepiece develops a manufacturing defect within the one-year limited warranty period, it will be either repaired or replaced (at MBI Corp.'s option) with a timepiece of equal or greater value, providing the original owner submits the following: 1. Proof of purchase, i.e. a validated store receipt showing date of purchase. 2. A check or money order (no cash, please) in the amount of $6.50 to cover the cost of shipping and handling. WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THE WARRANTY A. MBI Corp. will not repair defects or damages caused by or showing evidence of: 1. Improper or unauthorized service. 2. Misuse, tampering, abuse, or mistreatment of the timepiece. 3. Damage to the case or visible cracking of the lens. 4. Moisture damage, if the product is a non-water-resistant timepiece. B. If we find that the battery is the cause of the defect, MBI Corp. reserves the right to charge you ($6.50) for a new replacement.
15 15 05/04/05 MBI Corp. is not liable for incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you. YOUR RIGHTS UNDER IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND STATE LAW. MBI Corp. limits the duration of any warranty implied by state law, including the implied warranty of merchantability, to one year from the date of original purchase. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. CARING FOR YOUR TIMEPIECE Proper care of your timer will provide many years of enjoyment. We recommend that: 1. The battery be replaced at once when it becomes depleted. Please ask your local retailer to replace the battery for you using a CR2032 (Lithium) or equivalent. 2. The lens be replaced immediately if it becomes damaged, as contamination from dust, moisture, and other foreign substances will damage the module. 3. If the timepiece is not marked "water-resistant," avoid immersing or exposing it to water, steam, or other forms of moisture. WHEN YOU REQUIRE SERVICE If your timepiece ever requires factory servicing, you can send it directly to: MBI Corp., 115 Hurley Road, Oxford, CT We strongly recommend that when sending it through the mail, you send the product insured, return receipt requested, so that if a problem in shipping arises, you can trace it through the originating post office. You will be billed for all services performed deemed out of warranty; and since we reserve the right to substitute with a replacement product of equal or greater value, NEVER include a personal item, such as a watchband, with the repair request. Robic offers a complete line of the world's finest timers and stopwatches for all your needs. Please call at (203) for a free catalog.
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