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Press Release   •   Jan 31, 2018 12:13 GMT

Watch made from illegal firearms

Humanium Metal by IM is a new metal made from destructed illegal firearms. Armed violence is a global epidemic with over 500 million illegal firearms across the world. One person is shot and killed every minute and developing countries suffer the most. But time can change that.

The TRIWA HUMANIUM METAL watch is made from destructed illegal firearms. The watch is crafted out of something that used to be a destructive force, now turned into something useful. The sales from the watches generate financial resources used to rebuild conflict torn societies and support victims of armed violence. The Humanium Metal Initiative by IM Swedish Development Partner is supported by local governments and authorities and some of the most renowned international experts and peace advocates.

There is no gimmick here. Just a new watch, made from destructed firearms, to fight violence and poverty. Its time for peace.


TRIWA HUMANIUM METAL will be fully presented at the end of March. The watch comes with a Tärnsjö organic leather strap and it will be 10 ATM water resistant. The first launch will be limited to 500 products. Each watch comes with a certificate ensuring the products authenticity.

CLICK HERE to sign up in order to get your hands on one of the first TRIWA HUMANIUM METAL watches.

TRIWA is an acronym for Transforming the Industry of Watches. Our goal is to promote the ethos of attitude and individuality in the traditional world of watches and accessories. We are deadly serious about being playful and unpretentious and we don’t mind being provocative in a creative, uplifting way. Each piece that leaves Stockholm is created with the commitment to bring you products that reflects individual style and personality. It always makes us happy to see stylish, smart and colorful people wearing our products.

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