Back in the days, way, way before smartphones, social networks and especially Instagram, if you wanted to see amazing pictures, you would go to a photography exhibition. At that time, I had a mentor, who would initiate me in the magic world of photography and one day, he told me the secret of a great […]

Two years ago, I got a message on Facebook from Maciej Mazurkiewicz, inviting me to the first edition of the AuroChronos Festival… in Lodz, Poland! A watch show in Poland, focusing on microbrands and independent brands? I was dazzled by the audacity of the idea to create such an event in Poland and while I […]

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 […]

Prometheus Watch Company was established in Portugal in 2008. They are inspired mostly by the good old mechanical timepieces of the 1960s and the early 70s but above all, they are about creating wristwatches using modern and fine quality parts. As a microbrand, that means they are using the best elements they can find from […]