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I am here one more day, and haven't really had time to look for watches!
I am on the strip without transportation really, so I would like to keep it to the general strip for stores.

Looking for watches in the sub 3k range since the slots were not friendly at all!
 

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Torneau in Caesars is the largest store there is so its at least fun to look at. Other than that I haven't been into any on the strip so I wouldn't know, sorry!.
 

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There is at least one shop in the Venitian (sp?) canal shops that I remember, there is the shop in Ceasars Palace, there is a Swatch shop going into Mandalay Bay?

If you have nothing to do but walk around you'll find them.
 

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For actually buying, two outlet malls have Seiko, Movado, Tag Heuer, and Tourneau stores as well as designer shops which include watches. Las Vegas Premium Outlet Mall is just north of the Strip (875 South Grand Central Parkway). Las Vegas Outlet Center(7400 S. Las Vegas Blvd.) is just a few miles farther south.
 

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There is also a shop in the mall that spans between the Luxor and Mandalay Bay on the upper level.
 

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The Wynn has a Rolex Shop and another luxury watch shop carrying a good selection of various other brands including Panerai. To be honest, Vegas is good for browsing but probably the worst place to make a purchase.
 

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From my experience, watch shoppoing in Vegas will offer you very little, if any discount. Expecially in the hotels/casinos.
 

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Thanks for all the help!

I really just wanted to window shop some "wish list" watches... I am glad I did. That Bell and Ross I want is way too huge for me... Online the sense of size didn't transfer well.

I saw some brands I never saw in person, including Oris that I liked.

I was upset they didn't have the new Harrison Ford promoted Hamilton Khaki though, I wanted to see that one as it was towards the top of the Christmas list.

I also learned that Tournue didn't have a firm grasp on Invicta's price ranges or model lines. The Lefty was also high on my list and now is off due to size! They didn't have any Reserve Collections from Invicta!?!?! That would have been a quick purchase if it was under $400. They were selling normal Invictas for more then that!
 

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Tourneau itself doesn't carry Invicta, although they can be ordered, there're carried by their lower end store, Watchgear.
Thanks for all the help!

I really just wanted to window shop some "wish list" watches... I am glad I did. That Bell and Ross I want is way too huge for me... Online the sense of size didn't transfer well.

I saw some brands I never saw in person, including Oris that I liked.

I was upset they didn't have the new Harrison Ford promoted Hamilton Khaki though, I wanted to see that one as it was towards the top of the Christmas list.

I also learned that Tournue didn't have a firm grasp on Invicta's price ranges or model lines. The Lefty was also high on my list and now is off due to size! They didn't have any Reserve Collections from Invicta!?!?! That would have been a quick purchase if it was under $400. They were selling normal Invictas for more then that!
 

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Is there any place in Las Vegas to buy an Orient Watch?
 
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