Attention to detail


Spengler’s latest sphygmomanometer, the MOBI, is the result of many years of design, work, prototyping and testing. Since 1907, we have been paying special attention to detail, the hallmark of a Spengler sphygmomanometer.

Magic at your fingertips

Robinet tensiomètre Mobi

The Mobi sphygmomanometer is equipped with our latest generation of pressure relief valve. This new valve has been specially designed by our teams to make the Mobi sphygmomanometer even more accurate and more pleasant to use. Its ergonomic design provides very high accuracy at deflation thanks to a smooth and fluid rotation.

Machining worthy of goldsmithery

Our teams have improved the rotation of the valve, thus reducing friction during valve rotation and at the same time reducing the risk of jolts responsible for excessive decompression and loss of precision. The attention paid to the machining of the thread has been increased, in order to offer very great flexibility of use and a perfectly linear deflation.

Ergonomic in any situation

48 is the number of prototypes that were designed and tested before we found what we believe is the perfect faucet.  Patrick Jouffret designer and founder of Atelier 360.

Valve de décompression Mobi

The new geometry of our valve was no easy task. Our objective was ambitious: to design a pressure relief valve without compromising on ease of use, deflation accuracy or elegance. Yes, it’s a Spengler…

  • In our opinion, the diameter is perfectly adapted for precise deflation. A smaller diameter makes deflation too fast and less linear, directly influencing measurement accuracy. A larger diameter would have had an impact on the ergonomics for small hands, making the use of the Mobi monitor uncomfortable.
  • The width of the crown was also given particular attention during testing. Thinner and the gesture becomes less comfortable, thicker and the sensations when turning the tap are less marked and less precise.
  • Fluted in the image of a watchmaker’s watch, the crown is made up of a series of 27 rounded reliefs giving great precision to deflation but also a unique visual signature.

The Mobi project was born out of the idea of reinventing the sphygmomanometer that we invented in 1907, starting from a blank sheet of paper and meeting the expectations of today’s healthcare professionals. Never in Spengler’s long history have we paid so much attention to detail. The decompression valve is a perfect illustration of this, a real project within the project, alongside many others: the cuffs, the tubing, the pear or the mechanism to name but a few. Nicolas Lachaux in charge of innovation