In the 1960s, Angelus launched a chronograph wrist watch with a dual scale for reading the vital signs doctors need during patient examinations: a pulsometer – to measure the patient’s pulse, and an asthmometer – to record their respiratory rate. In collaboration with Massena LAB, this rare timepiece has been updated to appeal to modern tastes. With a larger case to make the scales more legible, the display is one of a kind with its specific color codes corresponding to codes used during a medical examination. It displays small seconds at 9 o’clock and only the chronograph seconds hand -- the only one needed to use the medical scales. Its manual winding is a reference to the early days of the brand, right at the heart of the mechanism. Limited to 99 pieces.