I’m not a huge Seiko guy. For some reason, I just never caught the bug for the brand, like so many others have. Honestly, it’s the amount of fraud out there following the brand like the plague that has caused me to keep my distance. Replacement parts, blatantly incorrect parts, broken functions, water damage (the list goes on). Because of the level of deceit in that market, I’ve chosen to stay away. Until this hit the block, then I jumped right in. This model, the Pogue, is not only one of the downright sexiest chronographs out there but it has some of the most impressive history. It was his watch that was snuck onto the Skylab 4 mission of 1973. Yes, this was the first automatic chronograph in space. How bananas is that? And yes, it’s one hundred percent original and you can thank me later.
Case Diameter: 41 millimeters
Lug Width: 20 millimeters
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Case Condition: Great condition, unpolished
Dial Condition: Great condition, undamaged
Bracelet: Original Seiko stainless steel bracelet
Movement: Automatic winding