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 […]

Omega is honouring Michael Phelps, the most successful Olympian of all times (28 Olympic medals, 23 of them gold), with a special, limited edition Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph in a daring colour combination of pool-blue and orange. The case is stainless steel with blue ceramic and orange rubber bezel inserts. The diving scale, along with […]

Announced this year at Baselworld, the HyperChrome Captain Cook collection is reviving and reinterpreting a Rado from the 1960s. There are three versions, a 45 mm with titanium case, a 37 mm stainless steel for ladies that also includes eight diamonds on the dial, and finally, a 37 mm gent’s model that stays faithful to […]

Exactly! I didn’t even want this Zenith! Do not get me wrong, I always respected Zenith as a great manufacturer and as a great brand, even though the owner of the brand has made some strange timepieces, some strange moves on the market and the old star of the Zenith started falling lately.  By the […]