For many men, a great watch is as essential an accessory as we women might find our necklaces, earrings, bangles, and more. After all, if day in and day out, your man wears his polo barongs and dark slacks to work, there is often little he can do to spruce things up. In a country where most men will wear their hair cropped as a concession to the heat and humidity, there are few ways the guys can style their 'dos. Necklaces and earrings may not be permitted in the workplace. But a watch? That just tells people your guy is committed to being punctual.

A great Christmas gift to give the men in your life, then, may just be a perfect time piece that matches their sense of style and personality. Find the perfect design with our selection of 70 watches for every budget, from classic leather-strapped ones to sporty and sleek models.

Adidas, Axis, Esprit, and Police timepieces are available at Watch Republic stores in Power Plant Mall, Robinson's Galleria, Robinson's Place Manila, Market! Market!, Trinoma, Festival Mall, SM Mall of Asia, SM Marikina, SM Fairview, SM Lipa, SM Southmall, SM Pampanga, SM Bacolod, SM Calamba, SM Cebu, and Lim Ket Kai Mall CDO.

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