Triwa Watches Review: Are They Actually Good?

Triwa watches is a reasonably good watchmaker, but is comparatively new when compared to other watch’ brands, but as time passes, Triwa is becoming more and more renowned so today, we decided to elaborately look into this watch brand and analyze it. So, without further ado, let’s get right into it!

Yes, it is pretty good to watch company if you see it as a whole package. following is the description of these watches in every aspect.

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The things that we’ll be looking in depth moving on are:

  • Cases
  • Dial
  • Strap & Wearability
  • Packaging


The Triwa Nevil highlights a 42mm earthy colored acetic acid derivation case, with a cleaned metal bezel, pushers, and crown, just as a mineral precious stone focal point. The earthy colored acetic acid derivation has fascinating straightforwardness to it, giving it a dull golden like appearance. In spite of the fact that acetic acid derivation is unquestionably not as strong material like steel, or presumably even ABS, its one of a kind material properties loan the watch an intriguing look just as an agreeable light-weight.

The state of the actual case is very run of the mill, with a chunk sided chamber and thin three-sided carries. The two chrono-pushers are themselves unadorned, yet the screw-down crown is endorsed with a Triwa harpoon logo. The chrome plated bezel that circles the dial adds a decent last little detail to the case plan. In spite of the fact that the watch is fundamentally plastic, it doesn’t feel feeble using any and all means, however I would be reluctant to do anything too physical while wearing it.

The case back, which is for the most part holed up behind the NATO-style lash, is hardened steel and screw down. Around the border of the back, they have scratched a couple of things, most eminently “Planned in Sweden” and “Made in P.R.C”.

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The dial plan of the Triwa is thoroughly examined and executed, catching the tasteful of 60’s-70’s chronographs without feeling thought up or like a duplicate of anything excessively explicit. The shading variety I got has a silver sunburst face with earthy-colored recessed sub-dials running evenly from 9 to 3. The hour file is set apart with little rectangular metallic applied markers, which add some profundity and surface to the dial. Around the edge of the sunburst is the brief file in railroad track style that is imprinted in one or the other dark or extremely dull earthy colors. Moving out to the non-pivoting inside the bezel, there is a white seconds record, as a component of the chronograph work, of different measured ticks at 1-second stretches and 1/fifth second spans.

While the specialized look of the 1/fifth exactness is appreciated, the actual chronograph is a normal quartz chronograph and just measures in entire seconds, making that list only to look good. The inner bezel itself is a pointedly inclined earthy-colored plastic that stands out pleasantly from the sunburst underneath and integrates the dial with the case.

The recessed sub-dials are a chocolaty earthy colored tone with white lists and little cleaned steel stick hands. The register at 9 is essential for the chronograph, estimating slipped by minutes as long as an hour. The record here is genuinely thick, with marks for every moment, numerals each 20, and bigger lines each 10. The register at 3 is a 24hr dial, with numerals at 8, 16, and 24, just as characteristics of changing load for the individual hours.

The hour and moment hands are cleaned steel straight stick shapes with exceptionally mellow lume filling. Over them is the eye-getting brilliant orange Chrono seconds hand. Not that this is the sole plan highlight of the watch, yet the abrupt presentation of hot orange adds a great deal of character. There is no dynamic seconds hand on the watch, which is indeed an element (or absence of highlight?) of the Miyota OS21 development at the watch’s heart. By and by, I wouldn’t fret the absence of a second hand on a quartz watch.

Strap & Wearability

Quite possibly the most intriguing highlights of the watch are indeed the cowhide 20mm NATO-style lash it goes ahead. I say “NATO-style” instead of NATO as there are a couple of configuration subtleties that Triwa has transformed from the ordinary plan to both separate, and maybe make it a smidgen more purchaser well disposed of in the mass market. The tie is an alluring medium earthy colored calfskin, which they call natural, with solid red tones. It has incomplete edges and a genuinely smooth entire grain top surface. The cowhide is graceful out of the crate, however somewhat plastic inclination. The lash is fitted with ordinary square ring equipment in unadorned cleaned steel except for the ring on the “return” segment of the tie, which is set apart with a logo.

The main purpose of genuine separation among this and an average NATO is that as opposed to sewing at different focuses, for example, to hold the rings back from moving, they went with little darkened bolts. In spite of the fact that slight distinction, this progression the sensation of the lash, adding a touch of beautification to it. Most people end up reasoning it is an extraordinary touch that adds to the general character of the watch and just looks cool.

The other large contrast is that the lash is planned so the watch will sit towards the focal point of the tie, instead of more like one side. What this does is put the obvious NATO tie return region under the wrist instead of as an afterthought. By and by, however, this may deceive the first tasteful, it removes the occasionally off-kilter mass a NATO can add. Considering this is a unisex watch that is likely regularly offered to individuals with no information or involvement in NATOs, I think it was a keen proceed onward their part. It likewise keeps up the spotlight on the watch case and dial when on the wrist. It’s significant too that an entire part of the Triwa site is committed to NATO ties, coming in different calfskin tones just as Nylon varieties, urging individuals to get another lash or two with their buy.

The Nevil is very lovely to wear. It’s at the 43mm sweet spot of being a huge watch, however not lumbering or debilitating. The acetic acid derivation case and quartz development make it light, coming in at just 68g, and the cowhide lash is delicate and agreeable. The looks are right on the money with this watch. It’s energetic yet refined, vintage however not dated; it’s something you could wear in any easygoing circumstance, and likely slip into not exactly easygoing ones without notice. What’s more, that is not actually amazing given that Triwa unmistakably adopts the strategy of a style brand, putting looks first.


Rarely we get a watch with cool bundling. Indeed, we get them with excellent and collectible boxes of wood and cowhide. Indeed, Triwa went for the sake of entertainment and succeeded victoriously. From the outset, it seems, by all accounts, to be a generally plain medium dim box with a Triwa logo in white. On the base, altogether covers is expressed “Planned in Stockholm for companions, similar and individuals with extraordinary taste”, as though to say “welcome to the club”.

In fact, that is only the sleeve around the case. Slip that off, and you promptly notify the hot orange inside that was stowing away from seeing: a decent touch. The case inside is a similar medium-dark on a now finished hefty stock that sits over an inward box. There are little semi-circle patterns on one or the other side to get a handle on the inward box. This territory is in a similar hot orange as the inside of the sleeve, yet flip the crate over and you see that the hot orange zone was a trace of shading, but instead the remainder of splatter, indicating that the moderate outside is only a façade and that you are drawing nearer to the gathering. Eliminate that and you are at long last given the watch, sitting in thick froth support. Within the top houses the guidance manual, a dim booklet, and behind that another hot orange board expressing gratitude toward you for your buy. Generally, the development of the case is awesome, it is minimal and dissimilar to most watch boxes, it constructs expectations for the item inside.


The Triwa Nevil is just a pleasant watch to wear that looks incredible. Is it the best incentive at $285? No, yet it absolutely has interesting characteristics that will separate it from different watches in that range. As a watch that is equipped more towards easygoing watch wearers and not us stalwart geeks, I think it accomplishes a ton for what it is. For a certain something, they paid attention to the dial plan and plainly were seeing exemplary watches while planning it.

Besides, they put a NATO-style lash on it that looks and feels incredible, adding a touch of toughness to the watch just as urging purchasers to trade out ties and attempt various looks. In conclusion, the acetic acid derivation body has a totally different look from anything I am utilized to on a watch; and it’s a cool look. The Nevil is accessible in different tones, some more manly than others, yet all very fascinating. I realize that Triwa has tested in mechanicals previously, with a restricted release called the “Herr-Judit” and ideally, they will keep on pursuing that heading too.

That’s about it for this blog, if you have any further clock/watches-related questions, feel free to use the comment section below. And if you want to read an interesting article on why clocks don’t appear in dreams, we have a great article on just that so do give it a click if you are interested “Why don’t clocks appear in dreams? Clocks and dreams!“. Here is also a link about the history of clocks if you want to give that a look “History of timekeeping devices

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