1967 Seiko 6139-6000 Pogue Automatic Chronograph
The Seiko 6139 has a cult following for a few very good reasons; These watches are among the first automatic chronographs to have been made, the design is unlike any other chronograph out there and the colours that Seiko used for these models were not only bright, but are unusual and unique.
This 6139-6000 is a very early production ‘Pogue’, produced in September of 1967, making it very desirable. Both the “Proof” dial and the notch case were produced for the earliest models of the 6139. This watch which has a day, date and chronograph function with a minute recording sub dial, an inner rotating bezel and a tachymeter.
The 6139 movement starts, stops, resets and sets time as a usual chronograph does, but the crown has the additional features of a quickset date, whereby the crown can be pushed in to adjust the day of the week as well as be used to rotate the inner bezel.
The dial is a metallic amber colour with luminous hour markers. The hands are silver in colour with luminous compound in them. There is one sub-dial which records the chronograph minutes. The inner bezel is a lighter, faded yellow in comparison to the dial. The red seconds and chronograph minute recorder hands are red.
Lug Width: 19mm
Case Material: Steel
Strap Material: Leather
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