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 […]

I have become fanatic about Seiko lately. I bought one last year – see my review. And I just got another Seiko for my birthday. So what’s the appeal of Seiko all of a sudden? I’m glad you asked. I’ll be really honest with you – I have not done any extensive research on Seiko […]

If you read my blogs about the Longines Conquest V.H.P. quartz watches, you may think that I have been converted to quartz. But if you read my recent Seiko review, you may think I much prefer the joy and wonders of mechanical timekeeping. Well, which one do I prefer? The answer is not as complex […]