Portable breathalyzers have come a long way in recent years, so they’re now more accurate than ever. This is hugely topical right now with the holidays fast approaching, since incidents of drunk driving skyrocket around the holidays. Our favorite model we’ve tested is the BACtrack C8 Personal Breathalyzer, which uses the same technology found in the breathalyzers used by law enforcement. The C8 also has a cool feature you won’t find on most models: It provides an approximate amount of time before you’re sober again! It’s worth every penny at $99.99, but it just went on sale for the first time ever. Clip the $25 coupon on Amazon and you can snag one for just $74.99, which is an absolute steal.
Here’s more info from the product page:
- POLICE-GRADE ACCURACY – Powered by BACtrack’s patented BluFire Fuel Cell Sensor, the BACtrack C8 utilizes the same police-grade technology trusted by hospitals, clinics, and even law enforcement.
- DUAL-MODE OPERATION – Choose “Standalone Mode” and your BAC results are delivered directly to a bright, easy-to-read OLED screen. Alternatively, choose “App Mode” and the BACtrack C8 wirelessly delivers your BAC results to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
- ZEROLINE TECHNOLOGY – With BACtrack’s innovative ZeroLine technology, you’re in control of your night. After your BAC results are delivered, ZeroLine estimates the time until your BAC is 0.00%, allowing you to quickly and easily know where you stand.
- ULTRA-PORTABLE – One of the smallest police-grade alcohol tester ever created, the tiny BACtrack C8 weighs only 2 oz. It’s small size makes it easy to put it in your pocket or purse and have it with you any time you drink!
- 30 DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE & ONE YEAR WARRANTY – We stand by all our products, but if you are unhappy with your BACtrack, you may return it any time during the first 30 days. All BACtracks also come with a one year warranty, no matter where you purchase.
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