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Relic digital watch

Need instructions for setting time.

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  • shadow_92111 Nov 14, 2007

    Trying to reset time to meet time change...

  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    can not change time

  • sun_rose Dec 14, 2007

    It seems to be hit or miss. I did manage to set the time, and then just now, by pressing mode and st/stop at the same time, changed the time of the alarm (which woke me precipitously earlier!) by hitting the lap/rset button when the numbers started flashing. That had happened earlier with the time. The watch appears to have a choice between 12 hr and 24 hr time, an alarm/hourly beep, and a stop watch. The alarm doesn't always show up with the mode button, ditto changing the 12/24. The watch had no instructions. It reads ACQUA 1100 set stopwatch on the front. And for some reason there are two indiglo buttons that seem to serve no other function (i.e. changing the time/alarm). Seems odd to have two: one is upper left, the other, bottom middle.



    I'd love some consistent instructions too!

  • conleysusan Dec 19, 2007

    need instructions for setting watch. thanks sue conley

  • Cali-Kate Mar 09, 2008

    Has anyone figured out how to set the time on this thing?

    Thank you,
    very frustrated consumer

  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2008

    We can't change the time either. Help please.

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2008

    Hiya. I have the same problem. I've tried contacting Timex, to no avail. The watch came with no instructions and while I can set the alarm, I can not seem to change the time. Has anyone had any luck with sorting this out?

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Hold down the reset button until the hour digit starts to flash then to change the hour press the start/stop button then to change the minute press the mode button and keep pressing start/stop button until you get to your desired minute and just continue those steps through the date.

Posted on Mar 11, 2011

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I'm not sure if my Relic is the same make of yours, but it is digital. All you need to do is hit SET which, if you're looking at the watch straight on, is the top-left corner. The seconds should start blinking. Now you hit MODE (bottom-letft) to cycle through the hour, minute, date, day, (or even if you would like it to display in the 12 hour AM and PM setting or 24 hour military time), and use ADJ (top-right) to cycle the digits upward or to reset the amount of seconds to 00.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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We still haven't figured out how to fix the watch my daughter got for Christmas. Has anyone found any better directions?

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To set the time on the relic zr85048:
On the back of the watch, you will see a small cutaway or recess at the base of the crown. Insert a thumb nail, or some thin object under the crown and pull upward gently. Rotate the crown in the raised position to set the time. When finished, push the crown down. Done.

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