Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet

Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet

Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet
If you’ve been looking for a SpeedTimer waiting for the “right one” this could be it! Only wore this to this office, never during any water activities and never got it wet! Serial number dates it June 1970. This is a Genuine SpeedTimer! Bunch of imitations & Frankenstein models out there. Here is the run down on parts to look for to make sure…. What I’ve found through ownership and research over the years! Crystal- low flat profile slightly domed. Iner bezel-yellow with yellow dial, black with blue dial. Fixed outer bezel Blue & Red(translucent), No index marker under “60”, commonly none as Pepsi bezel. Movement-6139A 21J or Early 1969 models through March for Japan market with yellow dial 6139A 17J. Dial-Speedtimer with either Yellow, speedtimer script in orange(reflective) or Blue script in orange, 2 piece chrono sweep hand, teardrop sub hand(both deep red). Japan 6139 6000T 21J markers on Dial, some have 6000T AD determined by region and country as I understand it. Baton hands with low profile ends no real sharp point. Bracelet-Seiko straight oyster (h-link) bracelet or 5 sports(early Japanese market). I did have it serviced when I. As you see it, except, I had the crystal replaced with a Seiko crystal. See photo & (kept original crystal & package). I had the case restored because of the condition & it was done without disrupting the integrity & purity of it! All edges are as intended and finishes are intact! The caseback script was painted with white enamel and shows excellent! The original fixed bezel has wear, scratches, dings, dents, as seen in photos. Worn it longer than I care to admit! I did wear her a couple days just to test and ran good as I expected. Got compliments like crazy, no one believed the age when I told them! Clean case with no major etching/corrosion, around screw-back or in around the. No issues at all. Most you find out there, the case has some etching and/or corrosion issues. This is one of the best overall examples I’ve owned and one of my true treasures! Very good reserve, and, the chronograph works, just needs a slight adjustment, maybe oiling to be perfect! Look, I tell it like it is! I would have it serviced, at least an. If planning to wear in a daily rotation! The original Z H-Link bracelet has the original lug ends, all pins & clasp! Highly unusual to find an original bracelet with all original lug ends & pins! I have described it best i can. Please read the condition description before asking questions, thank you. If for any reason, you are not happy, send back within a few days, no worries! I’m clearing out part of my collection and will describe as they are. I haven’t worn these in a while, so, keep in mine service may be needed to operate at peak performance! A short watch story… We recently moved and when I went though these, I thought; what a shame for these to be sitting, I’ve given out others to my kids & grand kids, & other family, friends. I wear one of my 7173 rally’s mostly, although I do have a couple Seamaster planet oceans & my treasured “red” Rolex. Don’t wear it much at all, but, do strap on my orange PO quite a bit, or, my fathers handed down 1965 Speedmaster, when feeling. Look, I’ve been collecting/trading watches since the mid 70’s. Just really enjoy it. My dad got me into, I was always buggin him to wear his watches, and especially the Speedmaster, of. Course, pressing those buttons, playing with the chrono… And if I come. A 6105-59-62xx’s original or golden Tuna. I’m a sucker for the early 80’s quartz chronograph’s too. Guess I’m a watch fanatic?? I also have a. Collection of stop watches. Thanks for reading have a good one! The item “Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet” is in sale since Friday, May 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Watches, Parts & Accessories\Wristwatches”. The seller is “psrtyinmyhair” and is located in Flagler Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • With Booklet: No
  • Brand: Seiko
  • Year of Manufacture: 1970-1979
  • Model: Seiko 6139 Diver
  • Case Size: 40.5 mm
  • Face Color: gold sunburst
  • Lug Width: 19 mm
  • Seller’s Warranty: No
  • Style: Antique
  • Age Group: Adult
  • With Original Packaging: No
  • Number of Jewels: 21 Jewels
  • Chronograph Type: Chronograph
  • Watch Shape: Round
  • Manufacturer Warranty: None
  • Complications: Date Indicator
  • Caseback: Screwback Case
  • Display: Analog
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel
  • Movement: Automatic (Self-Winding)
  • Manufacturer Band Color: silver
  • Features: Day/Date
  • Band Color: Silver
  • Gender: Men’s
  • With Service Records: No
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Band Type: Bracelet/Link Band

Seiko 6139 6000 RARE Speedtimer 6139A 21J Vintage Chronograph H-link bracelet