Those with a hatred of hospitals may want to avert their eyes from the Pulz Watch. The Pulz Watch is a conceptual wristwatch/heart rate monitor created by Hungarian designer Adam Nagy. The watch is designed to look and act like an EKG machine, displaying both the time and your heart rate on a constantly updating graph.
A wrist-sized EKG machine is undeniably awesome, but it's made even better by the fact that it can tell time. Granted, telling time on the Pulz Watch looks a tad tricky, seeming to be something of an acquired skill requiring practice and constant referencing of the manual. Even though telling time might be a challenge, the design of this watch is still solid. Besides, the best watches are the ones that not everyone can read.
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