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 […]

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 […]

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 […]