This is what 500 bracelet watches look like before each one is set by hand:
I know, because I set at least 100 of them myself. One by one. With a paper clip.
There were many stations in our assembly line of backpacks that are going to kids in Haiti for Christmas. Lots of people came to the watch room to help. Not many made it past their first watch. Only a select few survived the entire four hour process. I went into combat with those watches and lost more than a couple of battles. But, in the end, I won the war.
Which may explain why when someone asked what would happen if while in the air on the way to Haiti all the watches got reset, the room got very, very quiet. It’s a good thing we were in a church cause otherwise there might have been bloodshed.