Triwa X Humanium Metal Watch

Jun 20, 2018

Category: Style

For over a decade, Triwa has been developing exceptional timepieces, and they continue to push themselves with each new project. Recently, they have teamed up with Humanium Metal to create a watch that’s made from the melted metal of illegal firearms in order to take a stand in the fight against armed violence.

With a vertically brushed dial for an organic look, this watch comes in either light steel or dark grey. It’s built with scratch resistant sapphire glass with the Humanium Metal logo stamped on the case, embossed indexes, the red second hand, as well as the date display and crown center. The Humanium Metal that’s used is refined into 316L stainless steel, resulting in a sturdy build for an everyday wristwatch that’s a symbol for the peace we all strive for. A portion of the funds made from the Humanium Metal sales is used to support the victims of armed violence, so each watch purchased is a contribution to that admirable cause.

Purchase: $300

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