Omega celebrates one-year to the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 with the unveiling of a countdown clock in Marunouchi Central Square in downtown Tokyo. To mark the event, they also introduced two new limited edition Tokyo-2020-themed watches, an Aqua Terra – the first model with a ceramic dial with polished blue finish and a […]

For me, this is a very special post for a couple of reasons. First of all, after a very long period, I’m breaking my silence here on WatchPaper. After months of being away from blogging due to a huge move of our home and (WatchPaper HQ), we are now settled in a new place and […]

After spending a few weeks with the Sartory Billard SB02, now that I’m in front of the computer typing up this review, I feel like I’m reviewing not one, but several watches. This is because the SB02 is a modular watch that can easily be customized by easily changing the strap and the bezel. My […]

A few days ago we posted about the upcoming Miami Watch Company crowdfunding campaign for Katana, a new collection of watches inspired by the craft of forging samurai swords. Four models, each one named after a Tenka-Goken, or the “Heavenly Samurai Swords”: Dojigiri (童子切), Onimaru (鬼丸), Mikazuki (三日月) and Juzumaru (数珠丸). Their bezel is made […]