Longines – Pulsometer Chronograph
Enlivened by a basically clinical watch from the mid 1920s, the new Longines Pulsometer Chronograph introduced at Baselworld 2015 is a solitary push-piece chronograph which combines usefulness and style by adding a pulsometric scale to a wonderful vintage plan.
The chronograph hand, combined with the pulsometric scale, can show the patient’s pulse on the screen after just 30 heartbeats.
The white lacquered dial is embellished with painted dark Arabic numerals which well blend with the Breguet-type blued steel hands. The differentiating red pulsometric scale stands apart unmistakably and adds character to the watch.
The tempered steel case has a breadth of 40 mm with a straightforward case back to uncover oneself winding Caliber L788.2, a segment wheel development created solely for Longines by ETA. Beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour, it offers a force hold of 54 hours.
The Longines Pulsometer Chronograph (ref. L2.801.4.23.2/4) is completed by an earthy colored calfskin lash and will retail at a cost of Euro 3,500/US$ 4,200. longines.com