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Had the same problem and took me awhile to notice this but the tag with the price had this site on it.. www.relicbrand.com. It has instructions for all of them.. I never understood why they didnt just print out a version and give it with the watch..
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Take it to the jeweler. I called Fossil and they said that a special tool is needed to remove the link. Could not believe that you need to take this to a jeweler and store sho…uld have informed my husband of this need. Now the watch costs even more. I think I will simply return it as I need no other costs to a non-expensive watch. Ridiculous. Oh by the way had he bought a similar watch at Dillard's they have an agreement with local watch shop and it would have been done for free. The things you learn afterwards are something else. Like the watch, but links need removing. I am all about getting directions that are properly written and to have to use a computer to find this out was just dad blamed infuriating.
Answer mine is a spin off back had to use needle nose pliers and spin the back on and off using the tips of pliers and the notches in the back
Pull the adjustment dial, located on the right side, all the way out and twist it. Push it back in half way and you can adjust the date. Push it back in all the way so y…our date and time does not get messed up.
I'm thinking Relic is a product from Fossil. More info here: http://northdelta.net/relic.htm
Extra links for your Relic watch can be ordered by calling Metro Service Center at (800) 842-8621. Go to the Relic Website and there is more information.
you press mode button for two seconds to set the time to set the hour press adj to set the hour press st/stp once to move to minutes press adj to set the …minutes this press mode to go back to the time you press mode button for two seconds to set the time to set the hour press adj to set the hour press st/stp once to move to minutes press adj to set the minutes this press mode to go back to the time
turn the knob clockwise when it's pushed all the way in
I believe that Relic is a division of Fossil, they sell lower-priced purses and watches
It all depends on where you go to get your watche battery. Theres no special battery for this brand of watch. all that is to be accounted for is the size of the battery. You c…an even do it your self if you have a tool to pop the back off which isn't any thing fancy. So just go to the place where you bought your watch. Most batteries range from $5- $20 and last time i went to Jcpenny to change the battery it was about $10
I lost a llnk to my relic watch - can I order another one? My # of my watch is is ZR11908. How much would it cost? Susan Weichers 831 Rocky Mouth Lane Draper, Utah 84020 801 …792 3719
i have a under water relic watch . i cant get the light to work to see what time it is. no instructions. i think the model number is zr66023 ser # 1070908 .
Relic watches come with two or three links you can easily remove yourself. Take a look at the band, there should be a few places you can open it. Open all the links that… you can (one to two links should come off). If you still need it smaller, you'll need to take it to a Jeweler or a Sears store - they have a tool they use to take off the other links.
wherever you got the watch if they dont have any they can get them shipped in w/ no problem
You pull out the crown once to change the date, twice the change the time