Berlin Watchmaker is asking customers to wait until the fall for the first watch with a built-in heart rate monitor, according to a new report.
Berlin Watchmaker CEO Stefan Ebersold made the comments at a watch party in the German capital on Tuesday, saying that it will be “in November” before we can actually get a first watch that measures heart rate.
The company’s new heart-rate strap, which measures your heart rate, is also expected to be available later this year.
Watch lovers who want the watch will need to wait at least two years for a new watch with the watch’s heart rate-tracking features, the German Watchmaker told reporters.
Watch enthusiasts who want to preorder the new Berlin Heart Rate Watch will have to wait two years before they can receive the new watch, Ebersall said.
The company has not revealed exactly how much the watch costs.
Watchmakers are often asked to wait for their first products, such as a watch that can detect a heart rate fluctuation and respond accordingly.
Ebersland has been at the helm of BerlinWatch for more than three years.
Berlint Watchmaker was founded in 2003 and produces wristwatches, straps and wristbands.