Vaquez Laubry Classic
Legends
never die

In 1907 our first sphygmomanometer invented with Professors Henri Vaquez and Charles Laubry revolutionized the medical world… in 2019 our Vaquez-Laubry sphygmomanometer is still appreciated by doctors loyal to this revisited manual cuff.
A perfect combination of tradition and modernity, it brings comfort and precision, as do all Spengler instruments. The large volume of the pear allows fast inflation and the double tubing allows a linear pressure increase.

VL-Classic EN
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A vintage look and beautiful materials for an iconic medical gesture.

The iconic piece of leather holding the manometer on a cotton armband embodies the iconic character of the legendary Vaquez-Laubry sphygmomanometer.
Generations of doctors have used this mechanism since 1907!

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Straps or velcro, the freedom of choice

Our Vaquez-Laubry Classic sphygmomanometer is available with a choice of two closures: a strap closure as on the original model, to keep the spirit of the original Vaquez-Laubry and guarantee reliability and durability and
a velcro closure to provide convenience and speed of movement, while maintaining the same reliability.

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STH_8164

Cuffs for everyone

The accuracy of a sphygmomanometer depends on the correct fit of the cuff to the patient’s arm size. So L, M or S, there’s a cuff fit for everyone with the Vaquez-Laubry Classic.

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Durability that stands the test of time

To strengthen the resistance and longevity of the Vaquez-Laubry, we have equipped it with a metal case and a manometer cover made of shock-resistant foam. Because the life of a sphygmomanometer is never easy!

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Spengler institute

Mobi wins the RED DOT AWARD 2019

While the aneroid (mechanical) sphygmomanometer, invented by Emile Spengler, has been used by almost all health professionals since 1907, it has not changed significantly for more than a century. The new MOBI sphygmomanometer...

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