This reference is nicknamed Monaco for its highly unique case shape, very reminiscent of a certain 1970's Heuer chronograph by the same name.
Originally available exclusively in Japan, this exceptional timepiece offers a choice of striking blue or elegant white dials. Daini has truly excelled in crafting this bold and unique model. Picture this: an unconventional square case that exudes character, a sophisticated flyback chronograph function complemented by a stylish sub-register, all elegantly encased in robust steel.
The Monaco sets itself apart with a fresh interpretation of Seiko's design language. It's a reference that keeps on giving, unveiling new hidden details with every admiring glance. From its captivating sunburst blue dial with a hint of purple to the intriguingly square-shaped case, seamlessly blending polished edges with brushed surfaces, this watch is a work of art.
While you might initially consider it unconventional, rest assured, its versatility ensures it complements any ensemble for any occasion with finesse.
The watch will be serviced upon purchase, please expect 1-2 months to complete before shipping.
Ships from Tokyo, Japan.
Seiko Monaco Chronograph 7018-5000
The chronograph is in pristine condition and was barely used: The case is strong with few hairline scratches. The dial is the main attraction here as it is immaculate and the hands are still intact.
The original bracelet is also in immaculate shape with a few hairline scratches around the edges and the clasp.
The case back looks sharp and has some scratches evidently from contact with the bracelet.
MODEL: Monaco JDM
DIAL: Original blue dial
CASE MATERIAL: Stainless Steel
CASE DIMENSIONS: 41 x 37 mm, 19mm Lug Width, 11mm Height
CRYSTAL: Mineral Crystal
CASE BACK: Screw-in Stainless Steel
MOVEMENT: Seiko Automatic Cal. 7018A
Manufacturing date: February 1972
Service History: Unknown
Bracelet/Strap: Original and correct Bracelet XGB-141 on the links.