1971 Seiko Chronograph ref. 6139-6012 'Bruce Lee'

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What We Fancy

The 6139 automatic chronograph is a legend for being one of the first automatic chronograph movements created alongside the Zenith El Primero and Heuer calibre 11. This particular model is known as the ‘Bruce Lee’, as he was often seen wearing this model during the 70s. Regarding value, it really is hard to beat something like this. A first of its kind movement, with beautiful design and excellent quality. Seiko continues to be the leader as the value driver in the vintage market.

Brand: Seiko

Model: Chronograph reference 6139-6012 ‘Bruce Lee’

Case: 39.5mm wide (excluding crown), 43.5mm tall, 13mm thick, all stainless steel, original domed Hardlex crystal, original hidden crown, pump pushers, screw-down case back, serial 144xxx ‘71

Movement: Seiko cal. 6139B, automatic, recently serviced

Bracelet/ Strap: Original steel ‘railroad’ bracelet, will fit up to a 7 3/4” wrist, 19mm lug width, comes with any strap of your choosing from the Accessories Shop free of charge

Features: Matte black dial, day-date window, domed crystal, outer tachymeter scale, screw-down case back, original bracelet, 30-minute counting chronograph, baton handset, circa April 1971

Box & Papers: No

Condition: In excellent all original condition. The dial is very good with no defects such as blemishes or scratches. It is clean and easily legible. The movement has been serviced and keeps accurate time when tested while the chronograph works smoothly. The case is excellent with no signs of any overpolishing and no major dents or scratches. Just some small superficial scratches. The bracelet is good with some minimal stretch and superficial scratches. Can be worn daily.

Backed by our one-year repair warranty.