Up for sale is a Seiko JDM Coke Pogue 6139 6031 from September 1970
A very clean and honest piece rare in this condition with everything all original and period correct with the XAA301 bracelet correct for this model
Unpolished, untouched, no relume, works perfectly.
Rare Sports Water 70m...
I have recently bought a Seiko pogue as a restoration project. However several weeks later now, I haven't started restoring it YET thanks to my exams. I now however have the opportunity to buy a real pogue all original from a distant common friend. I want to restore the other watch...
Excellent site this... And thanks for all the information that you all provide!
I am as you understand from the title, living in Sweden...and not a watch collector as such...i just impressed with good engineering. There is maybe between 30-40 mechanical, mainly older or "vintage" as...
Just recently came across this forum. I'm looking to get a Seiko 6139-6002 and I'm trying to do as much research as possible before committing. It's a heck of a lot of information to digest though.
Just wanted to check in with the more savvy seiko enthusiasts here whether this...
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...
This is more so to see if I've actually retained the info I learned from the various Pogue threads across SCWF, so apologies in advance if this is a bit redundant to other content. Been in talks with a seller on the internet over the following silver 6139-6002:
There's two things on the...
I have a 6139 in pretty good shape, putting a new crystal on, putting on a metal bracelet and trying to make the watch look new-ish.
I see the dials for sale on ebay and wonder if these are as indicated or look sort of goofy and cheap from the get-go.
I don't ever intend to sell the watch...
I have the possibility to pick up an original pogue but it needs a good "service" :grin:
based off what i have learned here it looks original
The lume is grey/black and rotten.
The dial is also a little dirty.
The sub dial second hand has come loose.
The crystal is very scratched and...
Hello! I'm looking to pick up a yellow dial 6002. I've located a supposed near mint on the famous/notorious site. Can anyone tell me an Aussie seller is honest about their offering? I'd really appreciate it. A PM is fine if not wanting to discuss on here. Thank you.
Also I posted this in the...
I'm looking for a nice "PROOF" 6139-6000 (or 6001, 6002, 6005 Pogue) dial Prefer SpeedTimer but will take CHRONOGRAGH as long as it's marked "PROOF" on dial.
Also looking for a dial for Seiko 6138-7000 Calculator (Slide Rule) watch. It doesn't have to be mint but preferably nice shape...
I'm looking for a dial for Seiko 6138-7000 Calculator (Slide Rule) watch. It doesn't have to be mint but preferably nice shape. PM or email me at [email protected]
Also looking for a nice "PROOF" 6139-6000 (or 6001, 6002, 6005 Pogue) dial Prefer SpeedTimer but will take CHRONOGRAGH...
WTB Hi all, I'm new to this forum although I have been collecting watches (mainly Swiss) for a while but only recently got the Seiko bug in a big way. I am looking for a Seiko 6139 movement watch from either 1970, 71, 72, 73 or 74 but preferably 72 as its my birth year. Ideally the watch should...
- Reff. 6139 - 6002 (17 jewels) Silver dial and inner
- Automatic Movement
- Still in nice condition
- rotatable inner
- dome crystall Unpolish
- Case Unpolished
- Crown and pusher were original
- Good Power reserve, keeping time, working as it should (good reset)
hi, been lurking for a while, finally registered. looking for some help w/ a 6139-6002 i recently purchased. i knew it was a project watch before buying. i already own a -6005 (Nov '72), so was comfortable w/ take-down of the watch upon arrival. someone at some point shoved the wrong...
Pulled these out of a recent pogue purchase 6139 6005, but they seem to be a mixed pair. One is sticky. What have I got here :confused:, and what is the best thing to do. I'm thinking it will just be simplest to buy a pair of pushers that already have the new gaskets on ready to go. Thoughts...