What's on Your Wrist? 2015's Most Popular Watches [READERS’ CHOICE SLIDESHOW]

    DECEMBER 23, 2015

    It has been a record-setting year in horologic history. Two watershed watches, the most complicated ever made and one of the highest priced, both debuted during the past 12 months. In addition, major manufactures released increasingly innovative timepieces—in form and function—like clockwork. Before the last days of 2015 tick away, we look back at the men’s watches that really resonated with our readers. —Compiled by Viju Mathew

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