Historic Models
Sports Chronograph

This mechanical hand-wound Favre-Leuba chronograph from the early 1970s features a display that is of special importance for people who want to conquer and redefine their own frontiers: a pulse monitor!

After starting the chronograph, the user counts 15 heartbeats, and can then check their current pulse on the first quarter of the scale on the outer edge of the dial, marked in red. The scale marked in yellow also serves as a tachymeter for measuring speed.