Breathometer Breeze Breathalyzer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

It really goes without saying that you should never drink and drive. Problem is most people are in denial when it comes to admitting they’ve had one too many. Take the guess work out of your sobriety level with the Breathometer Breeze wireless smartphone breathalyzer.

Designed to be with you at all times, the ultra portable device clips right to your keychain, and communicates with the smartphone companion app using Bluetooth technology. This little device is powered by an advanced elctro-chemical fuel sensor, and features a 16-month battery life. But it does more than just measure/display your blood alcohol level. Breeze lets you know how long it will take to get you back to being sober, or what it likes to call Back to Zero. The built-in app lets you call a cab, an Uber, select a designated driver from your contacts list, find local restaurants and hotels, all with the push of a button. [Purchase]

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