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 […]

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 […]