Images from an Invicta instruction manual

How to reset a chronograph watch back to zero?

Images from an Invicta instruction manual (page 23)

Sometimes a chronograph watch can get out of whack and it forgets how to return the second hand back to zero correctly. Luckily on a quartz watch, it’s a quick fix if you can find the right sequence.

Here are the instructions for getting the second hand back to zero on Invicta watches. While we cannot guarantee that this process will work for every Invicta chronograph, it will work for most – and will work for many other brands as well.

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Images from an Invicta instruction manual (page 26-27)

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dodge
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dodge

worked like a charm. my invicta dealer sent me here, as i was contemplating returning watch for repair. he linked me here & resolved my problem in seconds. hope others will have similar success. invicta; well not quite, eh?

DougM
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DougM

I recently acquired an Invicta Subaqua Noma 1 with Valjoux 7750 automatic movement, and have a problem with the chrono’s second hand not resetting to zero. Depending on where I reset it from, it usually overshoots and resets to about “57”. I don’t think this can be corrected in the same way as the quartz chronos. Is there another technique for the automatics?

Lyle
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tried the seq. outlined above on my Invictia model #6976 and the first sub dial (min) was adjusted OK. When I pushed the “B” I could not adjust the Hour indicator and the same for the Center second hand.
Is it possible the there is another seq. for my model?
cons. No. 112803-141309

Kenneth
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I have chronograph watches of various brands, including Invicta. I have a Invicta Sub Aqua NOMA III 5511: setting it to zero I opened the protective crown gate, unscrewed the crown (Counter clockwise) until it released. I Pulled the crown out to the complete open position. Had the same problem. I unscrewed the base plugs preventing the chronograph buttons from being pushed. When both buttons may be depressed completely I began. Depressed both chronograph button simultaneously for 2 seconds, then I saw the second hand sweep the face. It stopped not resting at the 12:00 position, so I depressed the… Read more »

Ian
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Ian

Many thanks, just worked on my TW Steel watch

Bob
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Bob

I have a Prodiver and my subdials are not like these. My center second runs all the time. It is model 10503. Can the minute hand be set back to zero?

Mike Robinson
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Mike Robinson

I found that my Subaqua Noma 1Model 15994, you set the crown to position 1, rather than position 2. Then push and hold button A to set the Center Second hand, and Button B to set the Minute Counter.

Brian
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Brian

Just received the Invicta 11553 for Christmas and cannot get it into the chronology corrective mode by holding the a and b buttons together with the crown in either the 1 or 2 position. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Ed Osworth
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Ed Osworth

Thanks so much. Folks, If the top sequence isn’t working look down at Mike Robinson’s comment. I have an Akula Reserve Swiss Made and Mike Robinson’s instructions worked like a charm…

Mojin
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Mojin

This statement agrees with the model Invicta 0074 Scuba Pro Diver Master of the Oceans’
thank you

Rob goldenbeld
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Rob goldenbeld

Hello good day to you

I have a invicta Venom reserve model 5729. I can’t manage to reset the chronograph to zero position.

Any idea how manage this

Thanks a lot in advance for your advise

Best regards rob goldenbeld

Art Weigel
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Art Weigel

I have a ProDiver model 14082 with an ISA 2321 movement, I can calibrate the 1/10 secandsec hands, but don’t know how to calibrate the min hand Help?

naeim
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naeim

tnx very much very use full

scooby
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scooby

Thanks,I have three Invicta watches that the subdials weren’t right.The instructions worked perfectly.It was amazingly easy.Thanks again for saving the day.

Rick Duhrkopf
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Rick Duhrkopf

I just purchased an Invicta 9224 on a cruise ship. I am home and when I try to reset the time, I cannot pull the crown out. Also, neither the A nor the B buttons seem to be capable of being depressed.

Louis
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Louis

I just purchased an Invicta 10011 Russian Diver Watch and my second hand isn’t working but the small second hand IS working and so is the rest of the watch. it also has a little button you can push in right next to the wind up knob but it doesn’t seem to do anything anybody have any advice order of the second hand not even supposed to work?

kendall bowman
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kendall bowman

“I found this information on setting my watch totally useless”

jackra88itslim
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jackra88itslim

I have a model 0072 the second hand always runs and now won’t move at all. It sits at the 45 second mark. Everything else works. Help please…….. this is annoying

John Stevens
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John Stevens

Brilliant, worked first time on my invicta 0074 many thanks

John C
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John C

Thanks! Worked perfectly on my Ferrari watch.

Omar
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Omar

Thanks for the help! It fixed my problem.

Bill
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Bill

I have an Invicta Pro Diver 11282 that I purchased from a charity. The watch is in new condition and I replaced the battery. I found that the minute and hour hands did not advance nor did the day and date. I found this instruction and followed it to see if the watch had found its way into the a timer function. The second hands reset and now it is indeed stuck in a count down timer mode with the second hands. Any help?

Yarino
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Yarino

Hi can somebody please tell me how to set the time on a 0477? Thank you

Joe Raber
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Joe Raber

I have an Invicta S1 it only has one push button and that’s above the stem I can get the second hand to come around and stop the top but I can’t get the large second hand to start there is only one smaller window with a second hand and then there’s a another window with the the date how do I get to large second-hand to start

Pete
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Pete
Michael Kelly
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Michael Kelly

The chrono hand on my 5030D is off by about 1/2 second. Using the adjustment procedure, you can only advance the hand a full second. Therefore, I can’t get the chrono hand perfectly aligned. It can only be 1/2 second slow or 1/2 second fast from true zero.. Would this be an expensive repair if I have to take it to a watch repairman?

Gruen
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Gruen

Sounds like you need to have the chrono second hand removed and then put back on centered. It’s not a big deal and shouldn’t be expensive, but it depends on where you go and if they feel like working on it. I’d say just let it go.

Thomaz
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Thomaz

Great post! Worked! Have nice day ! 🙂

Ed
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Ed

hello.
I have tried many times to reset the chronograph on my Invicta pro diver model no. 15082. It always seem to zero out on the 1 o’clock position. The minute counter is set at the 59 minute mark. can you advise on this?

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Hank O.
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Hank O.

Worked on 3 out of 3 of my watches thanks!

Marlon Campbell
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Marlon Campbell

Thanks alot. This worked perfectly. I followed your instructions, which are clear and easy and now it is reset. Again, Thanks alot.

Laurence Baum
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Laurence Baum

Thanks for the info. Worked perfectly on my Wainer

andre
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andre

thank you it worked for my expedition watch. even though in the expedition watch A & B button are swapped. but the rest are the same.

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