The only physical / paper dictionary I own is a Classical Japanese dictionary I had to buy for a university course years ago… Needless to say it hasn’t had a huge amount of usage since I graduated, though it still sits on my office bookshelves just for the sake of the occasional “wtf do you have a 古語 dictionary for” comments from colleagues.
Honestly, while I get the criticism of the various online dictionaries, I’ve found myself relying on online resources entirely in recent years. Most of the things I need to look up are sector-specific jargon terms, and while they’re often not in jisho.org, Googling for them is faster and usually more informative than reaching for a paper dictionary. There’s an expensive Casio electronic dictionary sitting in my desk drawer for the same reason; by the time I pull it out, switch it on and search for the term I want, a copy-paste into Google will already have answered the question in more detail.
(That said, the Casio was indispensable a few years ago - I just outgrew it to some extent, I think.)