Kisai Breathalyzer Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

After finding out that last week’s breathalyzer G-Shock watch was a fake, the folks at Kisai decided now was the perfect time to promote their timepiece, an actual working breathalyzer watch.

Drinking and driving don’t mix well, and it would be nice to know if you are over the legal limit before you get into the car (not while being pulled over by the cops). All one needs to do is breathe into the side of the watch, and the LED backlight will respond with the color green if you are sober, yellow if you’re tipsy, and red if you’re drunk. The battery within the watch will last around a month on a single charge, and can be plugged in via USB to re-charge. Expect to pay around $100 for this watch. You can get pre-order yours from Tokyoflash.

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