After reviewing the Rado DiaMaster Grande Seconde Automatic a few years ago, I was quite excited to be given the opportunity to take a closer look at the latest model in the DiaMaster family, the Petite Seconde COSC. Small second is a complication that always makes me think of old pocket watches, it was the […]

After having been passed around from one watch blogger to another, finally, the two travelling Draken Kalahari prototypes found their way to my door. Usually, I would spend at least two-three weeks with a watch before doing a review, but since we are in the final days of its Kickstarter campaign, I thought it would […]

In the past year, Mido is expanding in Canada, with more prestige retailers being added to their list of points of sale, yet we still have a lot to discover about this amazing brand. Georges Schaeren found Mido on November 11, 1918, the same day as the armistice, therefore 2018 is an important date for […]

Who is TimeCaptain? And why would you want to read his blog? Today, I thought I would tell you a little about myself and where I am coming from. If you are a WatchPaper reader, you may have enjoyed some of my blog posts on watches and what I enjoy about them. Well, now I […]

I stared at this watch for most of 2013. You see, I collect the Wristwatch Annual and I usually get it for Christmas or my birthday. The Maurice Lacroix Pontos S chronograph graced the cover of the Annual in 2013 and, therefore, sat face-up on my dresser for most of the year. I was only […]