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PostSubject: Seiko's Pogue   Seiko's Pogue Icon_minitimeTue Aug 11, 2015 2:35 pm

Saw this nice history lesson on the Seiko Pogue at Worn & Wound today everyone. It not only focuses on
the looks of the watch with it's gold/amber sunray dial, and pepsi tachymeter bezel, but also sheds a lot of
light on what makes the watch so special, and interesting to people. Like how it was looking to be the first
automatic chronograph watch, and was worn in space during the Skylab 4 mission in 1973 by Colonel
William Pogue.

Here's the article guys...

A few pictures for you...

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