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Seiko Prospex Speedtimer Solar Chronograph "Pogue" 1969 Re-Interpretation

SKU: SSC947 

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Inspired by the first automatic chronograph in space

Inspired by the livery of the original Seiko Speedtimer 6139, and nicknamed "Pogue" after its wearer Colonel William R. Pogue who wore one during a key NASA Skylab mission, this is a monumental Re-Interpretation of Seiko's first automatic chronograph watch worn in space. 

The rest of this Speedtimer's case shape and visual identity remain faithful to the original, but the combination of hairline and smooth polishing on the bracelet and the curved sapphire glass bring it right up to date. Powered by Seiko's Caliber V192, this reference offers a 24-hour indicator, a time of day seconds hand, a 60-minute chronograph in a sub-dial at six o’clock and a power reserve function, which reflects the watch's ability to run autonomously for approximately six months when fully charged. 

Specifications

Movement

  • Caliber Number: V192
  • Movement Type: Solar
  • Accuracy: ±15 seconds per month
  • Duration: Operating for approx. 6 months (when fully charged)

Exterior

  • Case Material: Stainless steel
  • Crystal: Curved sapphire crystal
  • Crystal Coating: Anti-reflective coating on inner surface
  • LumiBrite: LumiBrite on hands and indexes
  • Clasp: Three-fold clasp with push button release

Other Detail

  • Water Resistance: 10 bar
  • Case Size: 41.4㎜
  • Thickness: 13.3㎜
  • Length: 45.9 ㎜
  • Weight: 161.0 g

Other Specifications

  • Screw case back
  • Tachymeter function

Other Features

  • 24-hour hand
  • Chronograph up to 60 minutes in 1/5 second increments
  • Date display
  • Display function of resuming electric power generation.
  • Equipped with small seconds hand
  • Overcharge prevention function