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mcdevito75 Here, Your in a spot, Looseing the old battery to your Mens Relic watch, you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area, they may have an idea of the battery number, but will most likely tell you they need the watch to know for sure. You can also try battery 364 or 371 but even I can"t be certain. You can also try online at Contact Relic Watches.com Reic should have a website. You may be left with only 1 choice, have the watch repair shop replace this battery for you, you"d have to buy and try a couple of different batteries and each battery in the store runs about $5.00 each, at the watch shop let the Jeweler figure out the battery number for your watch for 1 price. I think this is your cheapest and best option.
Thank you for contacting FixYa.
First of all, the manual would not help you with the battery. They usually dont have this info in manual. Your best bet is to take your watch to a local jeweler who does watch batteries. I imagine its just the battery strap but they can help you. You may get lucky and they dont charge you if you have the battery.
Best regards. Jewel