Use the minute’s hand to set the time. Make the hour jump as many times as necessary by turning the crown upwards to activate the retrograde minute. Setting the minute’s hand can be done clockwise or counter clockwise, but you must respect the following guidelines: – When the minute’s hand is located between 40 and 60 minutes, setting the time counterclockwise is possible only up to 25 minutes. Beyond this position, the hour disk will shift and the counterclockwise setting of the minute’s hand will be blocked. In that case, only a clockwise setting of the hand is possible, and the hour disk will go back to its central position. – When the minute hand is at zero, an anticlockwise adjustment will cause the hand to disconnect from the mechanism to protect the mechanism of the watch: the minute hand will jump to 10 and come back to zero. The hand is disconnected, and the counterclockwise adjustment will not harm the mechanism. To reconnect the minute hand to the movement, turn the crown downwards: the hand will jump to 10 then come back to 0. The hand is reconnected, and you can now set the time clockwise and counterclockwise.