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Hey guys.

I am doing a general organization of my parts and stumbled into a little bag I labeled pogue bracelets. Here is the content:

So I have 3 bracelets and two endlink but they work all together.

My question is, what is the original bracelet for this model?
6139-0002

Some years ago I had a pogue that I sold without the bracelet and i had forgot about it.

Thanks for you comments.


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Well u have three styles
One is the straight h link
They were used on the earlier models till the 74-75 era I think from memory
You have the tapered h link which was used on the later 6139 600x's
They use the same end links on the 6139 600x's and the band links are interchangeable too
And u have one that is called the presidential band
The end link center hole is different size and can not be used without that band
I have seen people use the first or second style end link with the third band but dies not look right and very sloppy looking as hole is much too large with third band
My favorite on early proof dialed ones
These ones are hard to find end links and band links are almost impossible to find
Great find
God Bless,John

To know which one is correct for your watch
Better pics of the front and back of your watch are needed
It will be either the first or second one
The third can be used
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Positively the left (bottom) bracelet is a Pogue president.

I have seen these on seemingly all original -6002 (mostly) and 6005 models.

Mostly silver dial models don't know why.
 

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From what I had seen, the bottom bracelet (stelux) are usually on watches that are intended for the APAC regions, while the H links are for the rest of the world.

To conclude in short, if the second language on your day wheel is Roman numerals then it should probably have the stelux bracelet. If it has Spanish or other languages then H link is likely more appropriate.


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