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Best Places To Buy Watches In Los Angeles

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Timepieces often reflect the soul and history of the person wearing the piece. And, while some people wear watches to tell time, others as a fashion statement, many buy watches to keep over time as a legacy. No matter the reason, watches are a personal fashion statement. Discover several stores in Los Angeles that specialize in selling watches, each one offering a collection different from the others. These are the best places to buy watches in Los Angeles.

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Feldmar Watch Company
9000 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 274-8016

For nearly 100 years, Feldmar Watch Company has been in the business of watchmaking and repair, making it L.A.'s premier purveyor of luxury timepieces. The family-owned business stocks original parts and employs a Swiss-certified staff of watchmakers who can repair Ebel, Breitling and Bell & Ross watches. The authorized dealer carries more than 65 brands in the showroom, offering warranties and services on purchased timepieces including everything from Victorinox and Citizen to Dior and Longines.

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Second Time Around Watch Company
8763 Rosewood Ave.
West Hollywood, CA 90048
(310) 271-6615

Second Time Around Watch Company owner, Jon Goldfarb is an avid watch collector and enthusiast, offering an extensive selection of vintage watches in Los Angeles. Each piece is guaranteed to be 100-percent genuine and authentic, and comes with a one-year warranty. Second Time also services antique watches, and Goldfarb puts on a brand new strap in most cases. Goldfarb's shop specializes in the sale, purchase, repair and appraisal of vintage watches as well as modern wrist and pocket watches. Inventory includes hundreds of collectible and rare, vintage watches, as well as modern timepieces.

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Morgan & Company Jewellers
1131 Glendon Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 208-3377

Situated in the Westwood Village, Morgan & Company Jewellers is so much more than just a normal jewelry store. Since 1965, they have been one of the leading one of a kind jewelry stores in Southern California for their beautiful selection of fine watches including Patek Philippe new watches and vintage watches.

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Wanna Buy A Watch
8465 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90069
(323) 653-0467

Located on Melrose, Wanna Buy a Watch? specializes in the fine vintage watches and contemporary used watches, and other antique and classic jewelry for both men and women. While the store offers a great selection of vintage, and new Rolex watches, they also buy, sell, trade and repair used watches and offer other less expensive options.

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The Grove
189 The Grove Dr,
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 617-9800
Multiple Locations

With all of the traditional options out there to buy a watch, why not shake things up and get an Apple Watch? Revolutionizing the way we use technology today, Apple has gone on to change up the watch industry by introducing a touch screen watch that will make you feel as if you've taken a bold step into the future. While it resembles a lot of the features and functionality that an iPhone has, wearing one of these watches is truly something else. With high quality watches comes the ability to unfailingly tell time and customize it to your own settings. You can even change out the bands to a variety of options including stainless steel, a sport option and even a gold plated one.

Sheryl Craig is a writer with a passion for interesting finds and treasures in Los Angeles. She has a background in journalism and public relations. A mother of two daughters, Sheryl integrates her healthy lifestyle into raising her children. Her work can be found at

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