Towson’s second commercially-available chronograph and first unisex offering, released circa 2010 into select retailers. Available in a silver guilloche dial with blue-painted numerals and the TWC initial logo. Taking the same composition as the Mission I while formalizing the design with a stamped-guilloche dial pattern and 38mm steel case with a coined bezel. Limited in production to 250 timepieces with a custom-engraved gold rotor.
The goal of Towson’s Mission I was to turn a professional tool instrument into a dress watch. It was achieved by sharpening the case lines, bringing a high-polish to it, implementing coined edges to the bezel, and further texturizing the dial. The Cockpit I elevates each of these measures one step further - decreasing the case size to 38mm, making each surface high-polish, coining the newly-layered bezel in whole, and adopting engine-turned patterns on the dial. All together, this triple chronograph attempts to make its natural tool-like identity almost unrecognizable.