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Not Exact, but Similar

The Viceroy hands are a bit different than the Monaco hands. Both have the red and luminous inserts in a brushed steel hand, but the Viceory inserts are thinner than the Monaco inserts.

Heuer's service department might have considered them interchangeable, as I have seen Viceroys that came back from servicing with Monaco hands. Some owners may prefer the Monaco hands, as they provide more luminous material . . . easier to see in the dark.

Thanks for the message, and please send more photos of the Monaco when the hand is back where it belongs.



: I recognize the hands are identical to the ones
: on my Monaco. (Yes, the second hand is off
: and needs to be reattached, which I am
: having done soon, as I'm not wearing the
: watch this way).

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