On the Wrist

Skipjack GMT SKJ100-S

Not an "on-the-wrist" shot but nonetheless an image that captures the true versatility of our Skipjack. The automatic limtied edition is built for a person on the go. A practical instrument, with its easy luminescent readibility in all light conditions, its illuminating dial to draw attention, and its GMT movement to know the time in two time-zones.

Cockpit Moon CM250-C

A remarkably constructed Cockpit Moon with our signature copper dial and blued steel hands. A delicious combination of elements between the dial and green ostrich strap. Soon to be retired. Less than 10 copper variant CM250's to be made. Pick your hands and strap wisely.

Towson Classic No.50

The 50th Towson Classic ever made, sold to a special customer back in 2020. Each Towson Classic has unique characteristics, but each features a solid sterling silver dial with remarkable guilloche pattern made in collaboration with Jochen Benzinger. The exhibitionist back displays a Unitas movement that has been fully reconstructed, skeletonized, engraved and plated in rose gold. The process of decorating just one of these movements takes our watchmakers aboout 8 weeks to complete. One of our most highly prized models, with more to be announced soon.


Another look at a gentleman wearing our Limited Edition Sagamore, made in collaboration with Sagamore Farms. This piece took "Watches and Whiskey" to a whole new level. It is now sold out, but never forgotten.


"The Conversation Starter" took years to engineer, as fitting an ETA 2892 in such a shape was deemed impossible. While most of our cases are manufactured in Germany, the case on the Pride II was completed fully in-house. The lines are derived from the outline of the Towson Watch Company logo, while simultaneously sharing the same dimensions as the bow of the Pride Schooner. To accommodate this unusual shape, a crown in the shape of a winch serves as a nod to its maritime heritage. An image of the Pride II is etched into the stainless steel back. Timepieces aren’t just instruments of time or jewelry. They are a creative manifestation of stories.


The robust and masculine Bay Pilot, always making a bold statement on the wearer's wrist. A dial that can be spotted from a mile away in both the day and night. Functionable for any harbor worker. Fit for a night out. Ideal for the American watch collector.


The sold out Sagamore Limited Edition being worn by our longtime friend and model, Jeff Nelson. Always a classy piece to look back on. It's color contrast on the dial was beyond its years!

Mission Moon MM250-C1

The sold out MM250-C1 not only looks spectacular in just about every lighting and environment, but also never looks the same. Our unique "salmon" color produced via a collaboration between the copper dial and pigment has a changing effect. Sometimes it has a bold opaqueness, while other times it is as reflective as our pearly Potomac. That's what art is. It begs for new interpretations and perceptions.

Choptank E250-C

The Copper Choptank sporting some lovely blued steel hands. What a unique contrast of elements. Looks great on our guy Jeff Nelson too!

Mission Ref.M250-S2

Mission Chronpgraph Series Two Silver Edition - Featuring rhodium-plated hands and a Blue Nabucco strap. Seen here is a customer who has taken his M250 out on a deep-sea fishing trip. Looks like it may have served as one good luck charm!

Potomac P100-B

Potomac P100-B

Potomac Ref.P100-S

The Silver Potomac being worn right! This American heritage timepiece has quite a simple construction and design, yet it stands out like no other. Its wide, glaring dial produces a fashionable statement, whether worn in a casual or formal setting.

Mission M250-B1

This First Edition Mission Chronograph features a white tachymeter with rhodium-plated hands and a steel link bracelet. All 100 M250-B1's are now sold and can no longer be made. Nonetheless, our latest M250-2 continues this model's great legacy. Now available with white-painted hands, a new guilloche pattern, and a new 42mm custom-molded brushed steel case.

Martin M-130

Our master watchmaker, Hartwig Balke, sporting the all-too-fine Martin M-130 with a steel mesh bracelet. Don't forget, we produced a limited run of 30 Special Edition M-130 bracelets specifically made for this model. Some are still currently available in the "Custom" Shop Category. Now, back to watchmaking!

Mission Moon Prototype

Prior to the commercial release of our Mission Chronograph back in 2000, the first ever TWC Collection timepiece, Hartwig had always dreamed of working with the infamous Valjoux 7751 movement. And eventually, base his chronograph collection around this historical and innovative piece of horological engineering. Many prototypes were made before the first M250 was issued to Commander Thiele in 2000, yet the signature guilloche dial and its layout seen in this photo remains the underlying aesthetic found in our current Mission Collection today. Until our recent Mission Moon Series Two Collection, which just became available at the start of 2022, every TWC case using a Valjoux 7751 required in-house drilling of the date-reset. This is what Hartwig can be seen doing here. A master at work. Making it pretty too!

Cockpit Moon B1 | Ian Nelson

Dial in your respective craft. Tell your story. Through a synthesis of creative minds between two similar artistic spirits, a purity in the origins of the work become seen. The final product tells the story of the American artist and its user. “Over time, the artist dials in his craft, adjusting the sight so that it is focused on oneself.” - Spencer Shattuck (President, TWC)

Mission Moon C1 | James Joslin

Lost in the dial. A TWC timepiece is made to inspire oneself. It serves as a reminder of your individuality. “A TWC timepiece doesn’t attempt to show who you aren’t. It shows who you are.”

Cam Das EFO 2021 Team

Cam gave every one of his team members a TWC timepiece as an expression of gratitude for their hard work all season long. The North.er was a feature piece, and it turned out to be the perfect gift, serving as an instrument to help determine wind direction on the track.

North.er x Skipjack B2 | Jeff Nelson

Models are forced to conceal their self-identity for a living. Nonetheless, a model can always reveal their signature. The TWC piece, brought along to every shoot and worn in each, creates that undeniable identity for the model, telling the story of the person, not the just the model.

Cam Das | North.er | EFO 2021

What a special time it was in Barcelona last week at the 2021 Euroformula Open Championship. As expected, our guy Cameron Das took the championship and will be bringing the trophy back home to the USA. Big things to come for Cam and the American watch industry’s involvement in Formula racing.

Skipjack S2

TWC | PGA Tour --- Kevin Streelman sporting his Skipjack S2 on the links during the 2021 Houston Open. Big wins to come for our guy this year. Don't be surprised when you see this limited edition on the podium at some point this year. Watch Kevin review his TWC on the links at our YouTube channel.

Martin M-130

When @captureasecond reached out to us after many months of mutual engagement on each others social media content, we new right away which TWC piece this legend should be wearing in the sky with him, the Martin M-130. Like @captureasecond , the foundation of TWC is built on a collaboration of two niches and talents. For us, we bring together the accuracy of European technology in timekeeping with American design and craftsmanship in horology. Innovation is built on collaboration, between people, ideas, and materials. To create the best, one must use the best, without cutting a single corner.

Martin M-130

Ex RAF Officer Keith Campbell @captureasecond may be one of the first European partners this historic American watch company has collaborated with, but the origins of our newfound relationship seem to have rooted long ago. In his part-retirement, after 16 years circumnavigating the globe, Keith Campbell has translated his experience in aviation to timepieces and horological photography. The prominence of his account results from this creative approach to a clash of two worlds, a foundation shared by TWC. TWC is not new to working with Aviators, as our Martin M-130 Limited Edition is one of our signature Pilot chronographs commemorating the infamous “China Clipper” aircraft. This flying boat, built in Maryland, was the first plane to fly across the Pacific.


On the wrist is the North.er, TWC's GMT instrument featuring the signature palette. Though the instrument was designed for the adventurer, providing wearers the ability to know the direction of North, it functions just as nicely for formal occasions, serving as a statement of fashion and taste. Waterproof to 50m and luminescent in the darkest of nights, the North.er is one of our most well-rounded creations. Whether our wearer is sipping wine by the pool, or planning on diving in, the North.er is there to provide.

Classic Chronograph

On the wrist here is a signature member of our masterpiece collection, the Classic Chronograph. The mastery here is vested in the hand-guilloche sterling silver dial. This produces an extraordinary reflective effect with the blued steel hands. This picture truly characterizes the "clock-like" identity of the instrument, wearing large at a 44mm with a thickness of 15mm. Nonetheless, the grand scale of this piece coincides with a traditional aesthetic, making it quite the wearable statement.

Mission Moon MM250-SC

Pictured here is our signature moonphase chronograph, the Mission Moon, in its natural habitat. An instrument built for all conditions, being used and tested in space. Our wearer here seems to be located at the top of a Rocky Mountain ski slope, getting ready to shred down some fluffy powder. Potentially using the chronograph to race his mates down the slope.

Martin M-130

On the wrist here is the special edition Martin M-130, one of our most popular pieces. It is proudly being displayed in front of the cockpit instruments that inspired its design. A true heritage piece that commemorates one of the greatest achievements in American aviation history, while symbolizing modern innovation in American watchmaking with its abnormal, yet stunning palette.

Pride II

On the wrist is TWC's signature timepiece, the Pride II, repping quite the patriotic strap combo. The red and blue multi-tone strap seems to be quite fitting here alongside the white dial, as the Pride II is the epitome of innovation in American watchmaking. A standout piece that shares no resemblance to any European counterpart on the market. An instrument that allows the American enthusiast to represent their home country's contribution to the industry.

Mission 1st Edition

A historic "on the wrist" picture here, as Commander Thiele is seen wearing the original TWC Mission chronograph that he commissioned for the STS-99 mission in 2000, the first space mission of the new millennium. This was Towson's first commercially available wrist chronograph. Only 20 of them were ever made, with several now proudly displayed in horological museums around the world.

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