I think that all of us are looking for a watch that defines us. Or rather, we are seeking the watch that defines what we aspire to be. That last statement certainly explains my behaviour for several years. More recently, I have discussed with Adam the types of watches that represent me as a blogger […]

The new Borealis Sea Storm V2 is more than a typical homage diver watch. It would be hard to count how many microbrands are out there nowadays, and most of them draw their inspiration from the well known Rolex Submariner when they are creating a diving timepiece. This is why it is refreshing to have […]

In August of 1997, I was 19 years old and preparing to enter university. I was also completely obsessed with Formula 1. And my ship had come in. The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), the governing body of international motorsports such as Formula 1, had just issued me a personnel pass. I had been hired […]

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 […]