A Seiko “Colonel Pogue” stainless steel chronograph automatic wristwatch. Lt. Colonel William Reid Pogue was an astronaut on NASA mission Skylab 4 (1973 – 1974) and wore this style of Seiko watch, making it the first automatic chronograph in space.
The watch features a stainless steel case with a red and blue bezel that surrounds a Pogue dial with silver-tone stick hour markers, baton-style hands and a day and date window. The watch also features a stainless steel bracelet with a fold-over clasp.
|Model Name:||Colonel Pogue|
|Bezel Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Case Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Caseback Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Movement:||6139 Automatic, 17 Jewels|
|Functions:||Chronograph, Date Window, Subdial|
|Clasp Style:||Fold Over|
|Bracelet/Fob Material:||Stainless Steel|
- running at time of evaluation without detailed testing, future state not guaranteed.
- day and date window at 3 o’clock.
- day and date window changes between 4 & 8 o’clock.
- pushers are not functioning properly and need reapair.
- the subdial does not move.
- the crystal is very scratched.
- lug to lug measurement is 46.50 mm.
- case to case measurement is 41.00 mm.