Relic is a stylish, affordable watch brand with dozens of different styles and models, some of which have a date feature. No matter which style of Relic watch you choose, you will find it easy to set. Even if you lost the instruction manual that came with your watch, you can learn to set the time and date (if your watch has a date feature).
Set the date on your Relic date watch model by pulling the crown away from the face of the watch two clicks. Turn the crown forward or backward to move the date dial to the correct date. To set the time, pull the crown three clicks from the base and turn the dial clockwise or counter-clockwise until you reach the proper time. Push the crown in to return it back to the base.
Set the time on an automatic Relic watch by pulling the crown two clicks away from the base and turning the dial clockwise to the correct time. Return the crown back to the base by pushing it inward two clicks.
Set the time on your chronograph Relic watch by pulling the crown three clicks away from the base and turning the dial until you reach the desired time. Set the date by pulling the crown to position two and turning the dial. Pull the crown three clicks and press the buttons above and below to adjust the chronograph settings.
Set your Relic Retrograde with Weekday Sweep watch by pulling the crown to position three when the second hand is at 12:00 and rotating clockwise until you reach the correct weekday. Continue rotating until you reach the correct time, but make sure you have the a.m. or p.m. hour correct. Set the date by pulling the crown to position two and turning the dial counter-clockwise until you are on the correct date.
Many of the Relic watch settings can be achieved by following the same routine, but make sure your particular Relic watch has the required features before attempting to set your watch.
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