Not a commonly seen model, the hexagon case 6139 is a rarely seen among the series, and I am lucky enough to have one of these.
The case is a bit over-polished, but that's ok as it still keeps the shape properly. I had seen some been polished to a state that all the lines had disappeared, that is completely rounded. The dial is original and shows some ages on that. Not planning to touch that part for it being a very high risk of destroying the finish, so I've decided to leave it as is. The movement is excellent, probably one of the best one among all the 6139 I have. The chronograph function works perfectly, and the needle can swing back to 12 o'clock position precisely. A lube job is planned for this beauty to keep it in shape.
Bracelet is original, and is the one shipped with this model. A bit of proper treatment is needed to restore the original finish of it and the signed clasp. That's about it. A stunner to keep indeed.
Eric has been a gadget lover for decades and had been collecting affordable vintage since the nineties. With his passion for vintage watches, he had been sharing thoughts and photos in interest groups, with his intention of raising public interests on forgotten classics.