Company produces watch with built in breathalyzer testBy Mason White 10:01 AM June 25, 2013
|The “Kisai Intoxicated Watch”|
By: David Ross
(Scroll down for video) For those casual alcohol drinkers, who still want to drive home by themselves, but do not know if they exceed the legal limit of blood alcohol content, can now buy a watch, which can tell the exact blood alcohol content.
Japanese watchmaker “Tokyoflash” launched the innovative watch that not only tests your sobriety with a built-in game, but also measures the level of blood alcohol with a built-in breathalyzer.
The “Kisai Intoxicated Watch”, which is now selling for an introductory price of $99 until Friday, shows the date and time, and also provides alarms, as you would expect of any wristwatch.
The blood alcohol content level is also hidden under what looks like a clock face and can be used to assess the level of blood alcohol of its owner from 0.001 percent up to 0.2 percent, which is four times the legal driving limit in some locals.
To test the sobriety, or lack thereof, users have to unscrew the clock, wait while the alcohol sensor heats up, and blow on the device from a distance of just 2 centimeters.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view