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I have a Relic watch ZR 38021 WITH A BROKEN GLASS. Can that be ordered online? I want to specify that the glass is like a diamond. Thank you!

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SOURCE: broken glass of my cartier watch

search for horoligsts on the web some of them can cut new glasses. if this helps please rate joe

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: The glass on my Jacque Lemans 1-1266 is broken.

Visit www.sternkreuz.de
Find somebody who speaks German as this site is in German.
Send request if they can supply or cut the glass for your watch.
BE WARNED: it can be very costly and you may need to send your watch to them for a proper measurments.
Then there is a mineral glass cutting service in Australia:
www.startlocal.com.au/wholesale/watchmakersequi/sa_adelaide/Steve_Martin_Mineral_Watch_Glass_Cutting_1847755.html - 12k - Cached - Similar pages
I don't know if there is a such a service in USA.
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Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: how to set the time on relic watches

Not a bad design actually... just poor support since the instructions aren't even available on relic's website.

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.

Posted on Dec 18, 2010

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