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Deadstock Seiko Crown Chronograph 45899






Nearly a decade prior to unveiling their inaugural automatic chronograph, the 6139, Seiko commemorated the Olympic Games in Tokyo by launching two distinctive and specialized timepieces that would leave an indelible mark on Seiko's heritage.


The initial creation was the 6217 World Time, while the second stood as a mono-pusher chronograph, boasting a 60-second timer, famously recognized as the 45899.


Rooted in the hand-wound Crown movement, the "Monopusher" signaled the dawn of a groundbreaking era for Seiko. Its chronograph mechanism incorporated the iconic column wheel, orchestrating the engagement with the chronograph wheel horizontally through two coupling wheels via the third wheel. The single pusher offers the dual function of initiating and halting the sweep hand and swiftly resetting it.


This stunning white variant is adorned with luminescent hands and lume plots encircling its silver hour indexes. Additionally, it features a minute register, perfect for precise seconds measurement when using the chronograph function.


Since this Crown chronograph is a deadstock, it will be sold as is. The watch including the chronograph works flawlessly. Please let us know if you wish to service it before delivery.


Ships from Tokyo, Japan.

Deadstock Seiko Crown Chronograph 45899

  • The monopusher is a deadstock and it is immaculate.

    The case is strong with just light scratches which is expected from long-term storage. The dial is the main attraction here as it is immaculate and the hands remain intact. The original glass is also clean with no visible scratches.

    The bracelet is in excellent condition with some light scratches due to storage

    The caseback still retains the original blue protective film sticker with the etchings perfectly visible.

  • BRAND: Seiko
    MODEL: Crown Chronograph "Monopusher"
    REFERENCE: 45899
    DIAL: Original white dial
    CASE MATERIAL: Stainless Steel
    CASE DIMENSIONS: 45 x 37 mm, 18mm Lug Width, 12mm Height
    CRYSTAL: Mineral Crystal
    CASE BACK: Screw-in Stainless Steel
    MOVEMENT: Seiko Cal.5719A
    Manufacturing date: October 1964
    Service History: Unknown, ±10s/day
    Bracelet/Strap: Original and correct Seiko railroad bracelet

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