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Well, let's be fair here. The Monaco wasn't sold for about 25 years, so I'd argue there's only so much "capitalizing" going on. I'd say you've got a fair bet that omega have released more special edition Speedmaster professionals than there have ever been Monaco's of all shapes and colours.

But I digress... Buy both! The Monaco is an incredibly comfortable watch, the size and bulkiness is all bollocks. It wears no bigger than a speedy pro to me. I'm not a wrist frisbee fan, but I'm a huge Monaco and Speedy Pro fan. Perfect case sizes IMO.



 

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Interesting, my watchmaker quoted me a standard chronograph price for service. He said since the movements come apart it's a more straightforward service than an integrated movement

Anyway, different strokes for different folks! Personally, my Monaco is a keeper. It's as much a part of my collection as my Speedy Pro :-!
 
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