We’re all adults here and some of us imbibe in a drink with dinner, at Happy Hour or at a concert in the park when out with friends. The trick is to know when enough is enough before getting behind the wheel and driving. Personally, I never drink if I know I’ll be driving, not even one, but that is more personal preference and my overly cautious nature.
So, what’s a grown-up to do? How many drinks is too much?
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No more guessing, people. Not when there is a product that produces law-enforcement grade results.
- Simple Bluetooth wireless connection
- Dependable accuracy- next generation sensor
- Relevant information like when you will be Back to Zero or sober.
- Ultra-fast results in seconds, no warm up time
- Wearable design, accessories included
Did you catch that? Not only is this device accurate, it will also alert you to when you are sober and it’s safe to drive. No need to guess if that last drink pushed you over the legal limit, now you can know for sure.
Wirelessly transform your smartphone into a breathalyzer in seconds with this wearable product that fits anywhere. The next generation Law enforcement grade sensor provides accurate results in seconds. Simply power on the Breeze, launch the app and blow. Beyond providing dependable blood alcohol concentration levels- the Breathometer app tells you when you are likely to be Back to Zero and is designed to help you make informed, dependable decisions. The Breathometer App includes resources to help you “Get Home Safe” by accessing Uber, local cabs, or your own designated drivers. The “Stay Nearby” feature allows you to locate local restaurants, as well as local hotels – just in case your plans need to change. Featuring Apple Health Kit integration- Breeze can also help you understand your alcohol consumption trends and how they contribute to your overall health and wellness goals.
While I am not condoning drinking and driving, the fact is that many folks do drink in moderation and drive. This item is a good start in allowing those who make that decision to make it with all the facts.
Be safe and smart out there, y’all.