Since we got into the time keeping business in 1999 we have been through five versions of programming as specifications expanded and time zones and DST standards changed. Each version dictated their own Instruction manual.
If you are one of the few who still got one of these on your wrist click on this link. The original IM is gone but this write-up will tell you how to set, read and use this rare classic. It has no manual setting option for DST and is programmed for the years 2000-2050. Some of these watches were upgraded with newer modules, the type of hand it has will tell you which version it is. This picture shows the original ray hand.
If you have one of these very rare SOLSTICE watches in solid steel with a hand that has a small luminescent circle, you use the same IM write-up as above. A few COZMO watches may also be fitted with this module. The hand is the tell tale sign for which module is in the watch.
If you have a round face watch with a thin pointed hand, click on this link for the IM. This version has the pre-2007 USA DST standard. It can be set manually if and when DST changes. The 2.0 is programmed for the years 2000-2099.
The exact same time keeping capability as the bigger round face watches with two major differences. It has a flashing digital hand and an oval face design. It has the new USA DST standard included in programming. This Instruction Manual applies to all Tati and Luna watches. Click here for the IM. The 3.0 is programmed for the years 2000-2099.
Released in 2007 this watch included the new USA DST introduced at the time, as well as programming refinements throughout. This programming version is identified by the diamond shape of luminescent material on the tip of the hand. The 4.0 is programmed for the years 2000-2099.
The latest programming version including all changes in DST and TZ through October 2017. The EQ is programmed for the years 2000-2099. Click here for the IM.