For almost 30 years, Nomos has been teaching a master class on translating functionality into wrist bound art. Captivating design, interesting movements and value-driven pricing has made Nomos a darling of watch enthusiasts the world over but let’s address their one glaring flaw: how do you pick just one? All joking aside, I believe many […]

Oris has announced a new, and very limited racing watch, the Robert Kubica Limited Edition. While this announcement is exciting by itself, it is extra special for the WatchPaper staff. With WatchPaper being a Montreal-based blog, this gorgeous new Oris has struck an emotional chord. You see, Robert Kubica has a bit of history with […]

Navigating the ever-growing number of microbrands in the watch market these days can feel a bit like a dense dark forest. Further, when it comes to picking a single watch out from the tremendous number of homages, Kickstarters and remakes, it’s downright disorienting. Luckily, BOLDR Supply Co is looking to guide watch lovers out of […]

TACS was founded by Japanese designer Yoshiaki Motegi, wanting to create watches that tell a story and are rooted in lifestyle. The brand until a couple of years ago was not known outside Aisa, but a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for to introduce the Automatic Vintage Lens to the world created enough buzz that […]

What is it about wearing your watch in the water that is so fascinating? While I am too scared to wear my most expensive watches in the water, I recently bought a Citizen Eco-Drive diver for the specific purpose of wearing in the pool and ocean. And I know guys who wear a watch into […]