This Smartphone Breathalyzer Will Keep You From Embarrassing Yourself At The Company Party
The BACtrack Vio: A Pint-Sized Smartphone Breathalyzer designed to keep you from getting smashed and driving home from your funeral home’s Christmas party. Stay safe.
The holidays are coming up. That means a lot of parties. When you’re out and you’ve had a couple of drinks, use this breathalyzer to make sure you’re OK to drive — you need a reliable way to make better decisions.
Even if you’re not driving, use this to think twice about that next beer at the company party. No one wants to be the subject of the back room talk the next morning. It’s compatible with your iOS or Android smartphone, and is easy to conceal on your keys. The BACtrack Vio has a sanitary flip-up mouthpiece to keep out germs and impurities. You’ll be happy you checked it.
Full specs below:
- Dimensions: 0.95 × 2.85 × 0.65 inches
- Weight: 2.0 oz (57g)
- Battery: AAA
- Warm-up time: 10 seconds
- Blowing time: 5 seconds
- BAC range: 0.000-0.400%
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