Case numbers are classified into the following two types:

xxxx-xxxxxx (Example) 9447-H29581

xxxx-xxxxxxx (Example) F315-K000131

How to find Manuals of your watch

Using the alphanumerics below click on the first digit of your movement number and then select your watch.

What is Movement number?

A case number (A string of 4 and 6-figure numbers ie. xxxx-xxxxxx or a string of 4 and 7 alphanumerics ie. xxxx-xxxxxxx) is stamped on the case back of your watch.
The first 4 characters of the case number is the movement number.

Notes for the movement number:

The location of the case number of each watch depends on the characteristics of that watch.

Since the case number is stamped in small characters, it may be difficult to read.

Notes for Manuals:

The images for explanation may look different to your watch but the functions will be the same.

Manuals for our past models, as well as new models, are also shown below.