JLC Master Hometime / Grand Seiko 9R65 Spring Drive LE / Omega Speedy Pro / Omega PO 8800
The only place I've looked seriously in Las Vegas is at the giant Tourneau store in the Caesar’s forum shops. I almost pulled the trigger on an essentially new deep discounted returned watch - Check them out!
Vulcain Nautique 1st Swiss/1967 * Seiko 5 SpeedTimer 1st Auto Chrono, from Tokyo Ginza/1969 * Handful of Seiko Quartz Chronos * Heuer Re-issue 1963 Pre-TAG Carrera chrono * TAG Heuer "Carrera" Chrono * Omega "Speedmaster" Chrono * Baume & Mercier Formula S Chrono * Zenith "El Primero" HW Chrono * Mühle Glashütte Nautische Chrono * Sinn 903ST “Navitimer” Chrono * Techné SparrowHawk II Chrono * Alpina Startimer Big-Date Chrono * Zodiac Sea Dragon chrono * (2) Victorinox "Infantry Vintage" Chronos (Silver/Green) * Junkers "G38" chrono * Hamilton Pioneer Khaki chrono * Bulova Marine Star Chrono/Diver * Breitling Chronospace chrono * Dan Henry 1939 chrono * Fortuna chrono * Delbana "Silverstone" chrono * Ball Fireman "Storm Chaser" chrono * William L. chrono * Junghans Meister Telemeter Chronoscope *
I've lived here 45 years, and bought a grand total of 1 watch here(Valentine's gift for wife). Even my Seikos are purchased online.
If you know what you want, maybe check with some of the forum sponsors & see if they can send it to you while you're here.
I've bought from Govberg several times, and they send everything via Fedex overnight.
Lots of great places to look, though.
Rolex Datejust II, and Submariner SS no-date; Panerai 000, 328, 352, 1024; IWC 3777; Zenith El Primero; Seiko PADI Turtle and 007
I haven't personally tried this but it should work
Step 1 : Go to Vegas
Step 2 : Visit all the boutiques for watches you are interested in and try on everything and narrow down the choice
Step 3 : Call a forum sponsor
Step 4 : Get watch shipped to concierge overnight
Step 5 : Pick up package once received
Step 6 : Rejoice!
Before or immediately after Step 1 make sure you call the hotel you are staying at and get instructions on getting packages shipped to them.
However if you MUST buy it in person for the full experience and want to associate the watch with the trip, then some of the previous recommendations are good. Just don't expect great pricing and be ready to pay retail or very close to it.
Prices in argentina are twice or three times more for a new one.
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