Las Vegas Dealer Review.
Hello Swiss Monster. Did you guys miss me? The good news is that I've just come back from a three day trip to Las Vegas and am armed with content for you all. I visited nearly two dozen dealers on my three day stay and saw some amazing and rare timepieces. I Learned a lot from some very great and reputable dealers and as always suffered the stupidity of others. I have decided to try a new format for this review post. I am going to do a business card presentation and go over every dealer and salesperson I interacted with. I am a Gentleman and as such will not reveal the names of salespersons with inferior service. I will simply express my opinion and suggest you guys either avoid this dealer or have your guard up while visiting.
Please know I am doing these reviews in efforts of helping individual collector's find honest and helpful dealers. I am not trying to be mean spirited but simply honest. I would also like to preface by saying I had no bias or prejudice against any of the dealers I visited beforehand * with the exception of Tourneau.
*I have visited many Tourneau stores and hear from every employee "We are the largest watch store in the world." Tourneau may be the largest watch stores in the world. It is my opinion, however, they also hire the worst employees. That is not to say there are not many good people who work there. I simply haven't found one.
My Video Review will be up this afternoon. Please check back!
P.S Since, I know you guys are wondering I wore My Bling Rolex Day-Date to Las Vegas. It seemed appropriate.
Below are a few pics I took in Vegas.