BACtrack would like to help us stop driving drunk. And dialing drunk. And texting drunk. And--hello, new kid on the block--Tindering drunk. I know. We're supposed to know better than to do these things on our own. And normally I do. Right up until that fourth gin & tonic....
Cornelius, dude, seriously, gimme the keys. I'm fine. I'm FINE. I just met this HOT ASS CHICK on Tinder and she wants to celebrate Hump Day. Look.
Uh...wow. Hot? Well...she's definitely...sweaty. Dude, that chick looks like Bob Sagat after a bhut jolokia hot wing competition. You're drunk. Blow a breathalyzer. ... And today's Sunday.
The BACtrack Vio Smartphone Breathalyzer is an even smaller version of the original BACtrack, a keychain-sized tool that connects to an iOS or Android smartphone via Bluetooth to accurately screen blood alcohol content. Blow into the Vio for 5 seconds, and its law enforcement-grade fuel cell sensor will estimate your current BAC.
The BACtrack app can then save results (perhaps for non-driving-paired drinking games...) and, more importantly, use its ZeroLine Technology to project when your BAC will return to 0.00%.
The ultra-portable BACtrack Vio measures just 0.95" x 2.85 x 0.65". Its mouthpiece is of a sanitary, flip-up persuasion, which is extra good for anyone who plans to actually use it as a tool for holding their grimy, bacteria-infested keys.