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Who makes Relic watches?

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Relic watches are manufactured by Fossil Group, Inc. Established in 1984, the Fossil Group manufactures Fossil and Relic watches, along with timepieces for Michael Kors, DKNY, Adidas, Armani and other companies.

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Watches sold under the Relic brand are typically less expensive than Fossil brand watches. Relic brand also includes a line of accessories for men and women, including wallets, eyewear, bags and belts. Relic watches are available at the Relic brand website and department store chains, including Kohl's and JCPenney, as of January 2015.

The targeted sales population of the Fossil Group is young adults and teens. The Relic brand is designed to be trendy and up to date, with a vintage inspiration.

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