A Traditional Tool Watch Gets Reinvented by Doctors

The Doplr Pulse-Watch is a modern reinterpretation of the original pulsometer watch invented and used by a physician in early medicine.


In 1707, the English physician Dr. John Floyer and London watchmaker Samuel Watson invented the first-ever pulsometer watch. This tool watch was crucial to the early days of medicine as it helped doctors with the simple task of taking a patient’s pulse. Now, a group of modern doctors has gotten together with Swiss watchmakers to reinvent this tool watch.

The Doplr Pulse-Watch is assembled by hand in Switzerland and features an automatic Swiss-made movement. Its 40mm polished stainless steel case is waterproof up to 100m and disinfectable, which is ideal for intensive medical use. More importantly, the Doplr can measure two vital signs: a patient’s pulse (via a pulsometer) and his or her respiratory rate (via an asthomometer). All of which makes this one commendable modern tool watch.

Pre-order from the collection now and receive the Pulse Watch before Christmas.

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