While a number of the photos I first noticed gave the dial a really flat impact, the green/brown coloring is highlighted by vertical Côtes de Genève ending that provides an excessive amount of depth and element within the metallic. Likewise, the dial is kind of colourful, with green, browns and yellow highlights surrounding the distinctive sq. sub-dials. Legibility is great, as is typical for the Monaco. The crimson central chronograph seconds hand reaches all the way in which to the markers, and there’s a shiny white date show at six o’clock. All in all, this new Monaco has a colourful palette straight from the ’70s, because it appears to be like again on the delivery of its personal legacy.
- The Collectors: Stuart Parr – HODINKEE Magazine
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