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Old 07-22-2019, 01:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Omega's Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum

Did you guys see Omega's new Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum?

The watch helps to celebrate the 50th Annversary, and has a 42mm
brushed, and polished platinum case, 50m WR, sapphire crystals,
black ceramic bezel with a tachymeter scale, black onyx dial with
applied white gold hands, and markers, meteorite sub-dials, black
alligator strap, and legendary Omega caliber 321 also.

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https://monochrome-watches.com/omega...1-introducing/
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absolutely breathtaking...


im sure the price tag will be as well.
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Beautiful !!! The meteorite subdials are phenomenal. Looks like lightning bolts in them. The movement speaks for itself. Incredible piece. But like the post above says, I'm sure it has an incredible price to go with it.
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The first signs are that the watch is priced in the region of 50,000 Euro. Start savin'
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absolutely breathtaking...


im sure the price tag will be as well.
Concur. That movement is something to behold too.
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Definitely is out of this world price wise guys ! (See what
I did there?!) ..We'll just ignore the price I guess. But the watch is
pretty amazing ! Actually had read somewhere, where the sub-dials
were made of Moon meteorite, or rock. ..Thought that was a neat
touch.

Wow, and yeah, the movement makes this special watch that much
more special too guys. You are so right ! ..As usual !!!
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Wow, what a case back view! Makes me wish my skeleton was better. Very nice watch!
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Not just a chronograph it is the chronograph, I would take a Speedy over a Cosmograph any day of the week and probably twice on a Sunday.
Not to mention this is a sublime iteration.
I would probably have to sell my soul to the devil to afford this piece.
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Not just a chronograph it is the chronograph, I would take a Speedy over a Cosmograph any day of the week and probably twice on a Sunday.
Not to mention this is a sublime iteration.
I would probably have to sell my soul to the devil to afford this piece.
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Couldn't actually find the price sir, but I don't think we want to know anyway.
It's such a great idea for the Anniversary though right?!!
The changes are very subtle, so it stays true to the originals, and the way
the sub-dials are done is so stealthy, and cool it's not even funny.

Then when you get a look at that movement, you don't even care what time
it is. Very happy you like these beauties Gary !
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Couldn't actually find the price sir, but I don't think we want to know anyway.
It's such a great idea for the Anniversary though right?!!
The changes are very subtle, so it stays true to the originals, and the way
the sub-dials are done is so stealthy, and cool it's not even funny.

Then when you get a look at that movement, you don't even care what time
it is. Very happy you like these beauties Gary !
I did not see a price either AT, but being and a 50 year anniversary piece and platinum I am guessing over £50k.
Just for interest I would love to see platinum, white gold and stainless steel side by side.

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I did not see a price either AT, but being and a 50 year anniversary piece and platinum I am guessing over £50k.
Just for interest I would love to see platinum, white gold and stainless steel side by side.

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It's just crazy how much watches like these can actually cost when you think
about it. ..That's why it's always best to just enjoy the pictures of beauties
like these Gary !

Wow, and what a outstanding point about seeing a stainless steel, platinum,
and white gold watch side by side. I bet it would be incredibly difficult to tell
one apart from the next. ..Would definitely be fun though !!!
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