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A. Manzoni Pops Up On Kickstarter



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Hey, remember that sweet-looking Canopus Weekplanner we brought to your attention back in July (see here)?  Well, while the original crowd-funding campaign didn’t quite meet the goals, it’s back again, this time over on Kickstarter.If you’re not familiar with the watch, I really recommend you check out our earlier writeup; you can also get more information from the project page.   In short, you’re funding a project (if you join in) that’s looking to shake things up a bit in the luxury watch market (transparency is a big key to this project), all while netting yourself a nice discount (2/3rds off, to be exact).  Of course, the $5,000 asking price is still on the steep side for many folks, unless you’re already sailing in the high-end seas.

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For those who want to help the project of the ground, but don’t have deep pockets, you do of course have all manner of funding levels as you’d expect from a Kickstarter project.  That said, pricing is in-line with where the watch sits (ie, pricey).  Then again, if your tastes skew towards the refined, the watch box does look to be a rather nice one.  While it’s a far cry from the project that I myself backed, it will be interesting to see if the luxury market can support the crowd-funding model.

Oliver Ike

If you’d like more information on the watch and the company, you may want to check out the interview I did with Oliver Ike over at aBlogtoWatch right here.

Canopus Kickstarter Rewards
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