Author: Adam Sofineti

As a graphic designer, I'm fascinated by the crossroads between technology and aesthetics. Horology is one of these crafts, where art and engineering come together to produce mechanical wonders that grace the eye. WatchPaper was born from the desire to create an online tool where I can share my passion for watches.

Singapore, the microbrand paradise, is the home of a new, very interesting brand, Kaal Watches. Founded by three well-known figures of the microbrand scene, Alvin Lye of Azimuth Watch Works, Jessie Yeo of Trifoglio Italia and watch blogger Alvin Lew,

I do remember checking out a few years ago at Birks the limited edition Alpina Startimer Pilot Heritage. I really liked its hinged case-back that would unveil a hand-wound movement, but the 50 mm diameter was way too big for

Longines made the announcement that the warranty on all their models using an antimagnetic silicon balance-spring, including the new Spirit collection, is now extended to five years. Silicon is light, it is resistant to corrosion and it is unaffected by

Earlier this year, I reviewed the Rotary Heritage, a limited edition watch part of a collection celebrating the 125th anniversary of this British brand with Swiss roots. It was my first encounter with Rotary, we don’t see them too often

No Time to Die, the next 007 adventure was originally scheduled to hit the screens in November 2019, but it was rescheduled to April 2020, then as well all know the world got overwhelmed by the pandemic, and suddenly not