Model: Seiko Automatic Chronograph 'Pogue'
Reference Number: 6139-6002
Date: October 1975
Box & Papers: Non-original but genuine Seiko Box, no papers
Serviced: June 2018
Case Size: 41.5mm including crown
Lug to Lug: 46.5mm
Functions: All functions operate correctly, chronograph resets to 0
Case Condition: Fantastic, small age related marks- lightly polished during service
Crystal Condition: New crystal fitted during service 2018
Dial/hands: Aftermarket/non original dial, original hands- paint flecked on sub dial hand
Inner rotating bezel: Original, rotates smoothly
Outer bezel insert: Original, nicely faded
Bracelet/Strap: New 20mm leather strap fitted
A great example of this 1970s classic, the 6139-6002 is famed for unofficially going up to space on the wrist of Col. William Pogue in 1973 on the Skylab 4 Mission. Pogue used the watch in addition to his NASA issued Speedmaster to time the engine burn on his ascent into space.
The watch has great wrist presence for a watch of this period and is a fantastic addition to any collection!
Viewings by appointment only.