And here I was, like some sort of goon, thinking that the steel 321 felt a bit too spendy over the $6,300 price of the hesalite-equipped Speedy Pro. At $81,000, the 321 Canopus is more than a bit dear – it’s downright expensive – but in many ways that may be part of the point. Omega makes a lot of Speedmasters at an increasingly wide range of prices and for the deep collectors, they make things like this Canopus gold version of the flagship Moonwatch. Like limited-edition Ferraris and Aston Martins that don’t have roofs or windshields, the 321 Canopus is meant for collectors who have experienced much, maybe almost everything, that the Speedmaster world has to offer.
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