- Case Size: 38 mm
- Style: Chronograph
- Dial Colour: Matte Black
- Case Colour: Black IP Plated Stainless Steel
- Family: Triwa X Rasmus Storm
- Band: 20 mm Organic Vegetable-Tanned Leather from Tärnsjö Tannery
- Band Colour: Black
- Water Resistance: 5 ATM
- Movement: Miyota OS11 1L45
- Buckle Colour: Black
- Case Treatment: Brushed
- Band Style: Classic
- Movement Type: Quartz
Triwa – Sort of Black ChronoTriwa
Only 1 left in stock
Shipping Nordics 2-5 days
EU 3-10 days
International 5-14 days
30-Day Full Refund
Triwa - Sort of Black Chrono
Sort of Black Chronon is a true tribute to the color black. This chronographic watch almost completely covered by the color which never goes out of style. Only the dials hands has a tip with a few millimeters of gold. The black organic leather is the perfect complement to this watch's carefully designed dial.
Organic Leather from Tärnsjö Tannery
The leather used for Triwa's watchbands is handmade in Sweden's renowned Tärnsjö Tannery. It is one of the few tanneries which still use vegetable tanning, using bark extracts instead of chrome. The process is known to have the least environmental impact when producing the leather.
- 1-3 days in Sweden, 2-6 days otherwise
- Europe: 4-10 or 2-5 days (0 or 149 SEK)
- World: 4-14 or 2-7 days (0 or 199 SEK)
30-Day Full Refund
Shopping at Mistervain is simple, if you are not happy with your order you just send it back to us. Add a note with order number, your name and info if you want to change your product or receive a full refund.
For every order at Mistervain we plant a tree for you. All because you shouldnt feel guilty about looking good.
By planting trees you contribute to a better environment and a better life for many people around the world.
The trees are planted in Central America, Africa and Asia, depending on the season of the year. Planting trees in these areas requires knowledge and experience. We collaborate with the award-winning organization Trees for the Future to make sure things are made the right way at the right location.
Right now we are planting trees in Haiti!