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What are all the dials for?

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Chances are they represent one of the following-

Month of the Year
Time of Day (military time)
Day of the Week
Day of the Month

It depends on what the dials have on them - usually there is some indicator (abbreviated months, numerical values, etc)

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

  • jchughes_1 Nov 03, 2010

    I just purchashed a relic black watch and I have no idea what the button at the bottom is for.

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