Where to Sell My Breitling Watch | Breitling Watch Buyer – Las Vegas, NV

Sell My Breitling Watch

When you sell your Breitling watch with us, you can get more than anywhere else in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV. There’s no need to ask, “where to sell my Breitling watch?” just read below to learn about the Breitling brand and the process of selling your Breitling watch at the best watch price to the best Breitling watch Buyer in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV.

Where to Sell My Breitling Watch

There is no other place to sell your Breitling watch but in Nevada Coin Mart. Nevada Coin Mart has been in business for more than 25 years and is an expert in luxury watches. We have an in-house expert who will evaluate your watch in a safe and secure environment. We also have the best offers in the county! So whenever you find yourself asking, “where to sell my Breitling watch?” The answer is always Nevada Coin Mart.

Breitling Watch Price

When you sell your Breitling, you’ll find yourself asking, “how much is my watch worth?” A new Breitling watch can cost thousands of dollars for a basic model. So imagine selling a pre-owned watch in top condition. At Nevada Coin Mart, we carefully evaluate your watch based on the following criteria:

  • Condition 
  • Model
  • Serial Number
  • Movement
  • Material Selection
  • Paper Work

These factors are very important in determining your watches’ worth, and they will also help you get more cash.

Breitling Watch Buyer

Do you have preloved Breitling Watches that you’re not using anymore and want them out of your hands? We’ll be happy to take these watches from you and even pay you for them! Sell your Breitling watch only at Nevada Coin Mart, the #1 buyer of Breitling Watches in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada.

We are open 365 days a year from 9 am to 6 pm, so come visit us at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103 or call us up at 702-998-4000.

About Breitling

Breitling SA was established in 1884 by Swiss watchmaker Leon Breitling in Saint-Imier, Switzerland. When Breitling first started, Leon, concentrated on making chronographs – a type of watch that also has a stopwatch function – which has seen a boom in demand during that time. A patent for a simple model of a pocket chronograph was granted in 1889. This model was different from its competitors because of its simple and stylish design, which was also easy to maintain. 

When Leon Breitling died in 1914, his son Gaston took charge of the family business. Gaston was also passionate about innovation and chronographs like his father. He was also obsessed with aviation and thought that pocket watches that pilots use are too inconvenient to use in the cockpit. As a result of his innovative thinking and unrelenting spirit, Gaston launched the world’s first wrist chronograph in 1915. This wrist chronograph incorporates a separate push-piece situated above the watch crown. 

In 1923, Breitling patented a pocket chronograph with two pushers. The first pusher on the top is used to start and stop the stopwatch. The second pusher is merged with the crown and is used to reset the chronograph. This watch can also measure time in several succession, and it is the first of its kind. 

In July 1927, Gaston Breitling died due to fortuitous circumstances. Willy Breitling, Leon’s 14-year old son, was still too young to take over his father. Because of this, an external team ran the company for the next five years until Willy was ready to take over.

Will Breitling applied for a patent for a wrist-worn chronograph in 1934. The wrist chronograph was equipped with two pushers. And in 1936, Willy designed a special chronograph for aviators.

In April 1979, Breitling was bought by watchmaker Ernest Schneider before Willy Breitling died. The Schneider family continued the Breitling legacy of continuous innovation until 2017 when CVC Capital Partners bought 80% of the company’s share.

Today, Breitling watches are still one of the most coveted luxury watches in the industry. So if you want to sell your Breitling watch, now is the right time.

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