This is a 6139-6002 POGUE Automatic chronograph up for sale. The Deep Blue Sunburst dial is in good condition considering the age. It has a rally vibe.
The movement has been properly cleaned, oiled and SERVICED by a master watchmaker. Hands are resetting to 12 properly. Keeping...
This is a 6139-6002 POGUE Automatic chronograph up for sale. The Golden Sunburst dial is in good condition considering the age. It has a rally vibe.
The movement has been properly cleaned, oiled and SERVICED by a master watchmaker. Hands are resetting to 12 properly. Keeping time...
I was wondering if this Pogue is real or fake. Everything seems to add up but the lume looks very good (maybe too good). The „A“ on JAPAN has a flat top in case anyone finds it hard to visualize. Thank you!
Hi all, this is a brand new Uncle Seiko reproduction of the 6139-600X Pogue bracelet. All parts are included. it originally cost $65: President Bracelet (Seiko 6139-600x)
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Up for sale my Seiko 6139 6002 in a very good status. The watch was serviced last year and runs perfectly. Chrono hand reset to zero, the chrono pushers are not sticky, crowns work as it should. Pepsi insert in amazing condition
Seiko 6139-6005 "blue pogue"
Movement serviced this year. Gaskets and crystal were replaced. Bracelet is new from Uncle Seiko. Everything else is original.
The watch is in good condition. It looks to be unpolished.
The movement runs well. Last I checked, with the chronograph on it...
Hi everyone, I'm currently in the market for a Seiko Pogue (6139-620x) and I came across this listing with a gray indicator ring. The owner says that all parts in the watch case are original and I was pretty convinced I'd be getting this until I read that for the sunburst dial Pogue, indicator...
For sale is this Seiko 6139-7010 from February 1970
It's a JDM model chronograph with no seconds hand (sweep hand is chronograph hand) and 30 min register at 6´
Date is in both English and kanji (change pressing the crown)
Roughly 41mm with a hidden crown
18mm between the lugs
Pillow shaped case...
I hope this is the proper forum for my post. If not, I apologize.
Back in the day--when I was not as educated nor discerning when purchasing vintage watches--I bought what I believe is a 6139-6002 Seiko Pogue (I do realize the 6005 is considered the actual Pogue). One of my issues regards what...
Dedicated to Colonel William Pogue, who in 1973, used a Seiko 6139 chronograph to time engine burns on the Skylab space station
The Ancients never pictured you
When forming stories out of stars
Specs of light as looming gods
A captive man...
Culling the collection #2. These three just get no wrist time.
Up first: This needs zero intro. Seiko pogue, with black dial. Production March 1974. All original to my knowledge and runs fantastically. This was purchased from a friend whose father owned it. More pics are available on request of...
SOLD SOLD SOLD
Here is a great example of what a vintage watch should be. This piece has some wear and tear but nothing too major and still has a great case/bracelet. I bought the watch as project since it has a scratch in the crystal and will probably need a service since I don't know...
SOLD, thanks WUS!
Raising money for a piece that has just come up, so sadly I have to let this one go.
Seiko 6139-6002 Blue Dial
Piece is great vintage condition. Sharp edges and original finishes still intact.
Service history unknown but runs very well. Starts up with a single flick of the...
I've been on the hunt for a Pogue for a while. I've read all the related threads top to bottom but still cannot distinguish that easily a junk Pogue.
For me this is a big purchase so I'd like to get as close to original as possible. Any comments about this Pogue (link below). Is it genuine...
Have any of you guys got recommendations for Seiko servicing in the UK, ie,Go with Seiko UK or find an independent service center?, also is there anybody who should be avoided.I have an old 6139 pogue with a non functioning chronograph and would love to get it up and running for...
Coming back from the swimming pool this afternoon, I decided to stop by a local watch shop where I l live in the Japanese countryside.
The old gentlemen running the place must be in his 90's and probably hasn't even heard of the Internet.
I visited his shop a few years back to get the strap...
So, I have decided it would be nice to have an auto winder for my newly working Seiko 6139-6005. I'd love to be able to take it off my dresser and throw it on my wrist without having to set it every time I decide to wear it and look classy. I am looking at single watch winders on Amazon/Ebay...