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Deal Of The Day: 57% Off On BACtrack S35 Breathalyzer

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Don’t drink and drive, folks. You’ve heard that a million times, but the truth is that in many places there is a legal limit that allows you to have a drink or two, but not more, and it’s nor always easy to know whether you’re within the limit. Ideally, you shouldn’t drive at all, but if that’s not an option, something like the BACtrack S35 Breathalyzer can help out. It’s a tiny breathalyzer that connects to your smartphone and can tell you your blood alcohol concentration within seconds. It uses semiconductor technology, which isn’t as accurate as fuel cell tech, but combined with the company’s advanced tuning algorithm, can still give you results with +-0.01% accuracy. What’s more, the related application opens the door to a ton of social possibilities, which some inebriated people might appreciate. Let’s face it, how often have you posted “how plastered you were” last night? Now you can post the graphs to prove it.

Normally $70, it’s now $29.

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Tokyoflash Kisai Intoxicated Features A Breathalyzer

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It used to be that Tokyoflash watches got conversations started thanks to their unusual way of telling the time. Now you can add another potentially useful feature: measuring your blood alcohol content. The Kisai Intoxicated has a port on the side which when blown upon for 5 seconds, registers the amount of libations in your breath and informs you of the results. Granted, they’re not incredibly accurate, giving results in 0.02mg/L tiers, but it should be enough to tell you whether you’re just a little buzzed or altogether drunk. We suggest not taking any chances if you’re hovering near the legal limit, since the margin of error could potentially lead you to false negatives, but as a general indicator of sobriety, it’ll do in a pinch.

Aside from that ability, the watch fits in with other timepieces from the company with an original (if not altogether difficult) timetelling design. It’s $99, and due to heightened demand, is currently on pre-order, with shipping slated for July 1st.

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