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Vintage SEIKO "Pogue" Chronograph 6139 - 6002 Automatic Watch 🧐 interested in this watch? Learn before buying. 想知呢款同其他有乜分別,點解特別啲?睇下以下分析。寧買貴,莫買錯! Here is some more background and how to tell if this watch RRREAAALLLLYYYY Is THE POUGE version: https://thespringbar.com/blogs/guides/the-seiko-6139-600x-collectors-guide 💥Pay attention to the details is the trick. Brand: SEIKO Reference No: 6139-6002 Production Year: 1970’s Dimensions: 42mm Width Height: 47mm Lug to Lug Lug Width: 19mm Dial: Yellow Sun Burst Dial Crystal: SEIKO Hardlex Crystal Case Material: Stainless Steel Calibre: Seiko 6139B Movement with Day Date Function Bezel: Tachymeter type and inner minute chapter ring in yellow (Correct color for this model, otherwise maybe aftermarket, please beware) Strap: Genuine SEIKO 6139 Stainless Steel strap with tapered design About the POGUE SEIKO 6139 story... Interestingly, over twenty years after the Spacelab D1 mission, it came to light that Sinn was in fact not the first automatic chronograph worn in space – that honor goes to a cheap, mass produced, ‘70s Seiko. The discovery occurred in 2007 when an eagle-eyed timepiece enthusiast spotted a 6139-6002 on the wrist of Colonel Pogue, an astronaut on a NASA mission dubbed Skylab 4. After an investigation and correspondence with the retired astronaut, suspicions were confirmed, forever changing the history of timepieces and the Space Program. Skylab 4 Mission Patch Skylab 4 Mission Patch In 1973, Colonel William Pogue brought his Seiko 6139 Automatic Chronograph on board the Skylab 4 mission as part of his personal kit. He had purchased the watch from the PX at Ellington AFB, and although the watch wasn’t Flight-Approved by NASA, he was allowed to bring it on the flight. Colonel William Pogue Colonel William Pogue The Skylab 4 mission was manned by Pogue, along with astronauts Gerald Carr and Edward Gibson, and was the third and final manned mission on the United States’ first space station. During the 84-day flight, the astronauts performed experiments pertaining to human endurance in zero gravity, along with observation of the earth, sun, and the Comet Kohoutek. While the mission was ultimately a success, the Skylab project was scrapped as NASA’s shuttle program got underway. Skylab 4 Astronauts Team Skylab 4 Astronauts Team Although the 6139 was never formally approved for mission use, Pogue stated that his operated flawlessly during his time in space. While he never performed an EVA Spacewalk with the Seiko on his wrist (he used a NASA approved Speedmaster Professional for that task), he did use the Seiko to time engine burns. As his story goes, he had been training with the Seiko for six months to a year before the mission launched, as he hadn’t been issued his Speedmaster until late in the process, and had grown familiar with the Seiko, so brought it along without seeking official approval from the NASA brass. Technically speaking, the Seiko 6139-6002 is a very simple timepiece, and was Seiko’s first attempt at making a mass-produced automatic chronograph model. The watch has a 30-minute counter in a single subsidiary register located at 6 o’clock, along with a day and date indicator at 3 o’clock, but lacks any additional registers and a sweep seconds function. Most notably, the 6139-6002 features an internally rotating bezel with tachymetre scale, operated via the crown. The 6139 range was offered with a variety of case shapes and dial variations, but the yellow-dialed version you see here has become the most iconic and is the only one referred to as the real Pogue version. If you like what are listing please make sure to follow us. We have other Rolex , Omega , Seiko vintage watches in other listing and will post various watches every week. :) ~sometime.sometimes


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