While some of the images I first saw gave the dial a very flat effect, the green/brown coloring is highlighted by vertical Côtes de Genève finishing that adds a great deal of depth and detail in the metal. Likewise, the dial is quite colorful, with green, browns and yellow highlights surrounding the distinctive square sub-dials. Legibility is excellent, as is typical for the Monaco. The red central chronograph seconds hand reaches all the way to the markers, and there is a bright white date display at six o’clock. All in all, this new Monaco has a colorful palette straight from the ’70s, as it looks back at the birth of its own legacy.