The National Post Canada reviewed BACtrack Mobile this week, highlighting a question we have been asking ourselves for years.
"In light of the serious consequences of being caught drunk driving, we're surprised that a larger consumer market hasn't developed for personal breathalyzers. Sure, there's a stigma attached to somebody who needs to carry one... but isn't it better to have a bad rep than a criminal one?"
While we disagree with there being a stigma around using a brea... Read more >
USA Today reviewed the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer this week, doing a fine job clarifying the utility of the unit and its intended purpose. Watch the video.
"...On the few occasions when I talked about this Bluetooth breathalyzer, people immediately thought of this as a drinking g... Read more >
This week, the world's first smartphone breathalyzer has headed due West--across the snowy breakers of the Pacific to the land where sushi was born. Wired Japan featured BACtrack Mobile recently and we couldn't be more excit... Read more >
When you're out having dinner with friends and family, it's only natural to enjoy a glass or wine or a cocktail. But when it's time to head home, how can you know where you stand?
Dr. Ian Smith on Rachael Ray recommends the use of a BACtrack B70 Breathalyzer. It's an easy, reliable way to make more informed decisions. We couldn't agree more!Read more >
As Gizorama so eloquently put it this week, "While personal breathalyzers are nothing new, BACtrack, one of the most well known and trusted breathalyzer manufacturers out there, has changed the concept to fit the digital age we have grown to love."
In truth, inebriation itself is nothing new--but the fact that we have evolved beyond just blindly intoxicating and can responsibly measure ourselves and adjust our behaviors accordingly is a new and exciting benefit of living in the 21st Century... and of owni... Read more >
A proposal released by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) this week to lower the legal BAC limit from 0.08% to 0.05% has caused some controversy across the nation. To gauge the reaction of the local community, CBS Channel 5 News San Francisco used the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer to find out what the behavioral differences are in 0.03%.
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Yahoo! Shine featured the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer today in its Healthy Living section.
"The BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer connects to your iPhone through an app and gives you the option of sharing your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) with your Facebook and Twitter friends. The idea is that if you choose to share your BAC with friends, it will keep you accountable -- which in turn will prevent you from getting behind the wheel."
The reviewer mentioned BACtrack Mobile's easy-to-n... Read more >
Following up on their review of the product a few weeks ago, TIME posted a video of their Technology Editor testing out the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer. It's a great example of both how easy the product is to use, as well as how accurate the BAC Estimator is within the app itself.
Men's website, Egotastic took on the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer last week, hailing its ability to give drinkers the reality check they need when their judgement may be somewhat skewed.
"People are usually bad judges of their own sobriety. Some people who are clearly not drunk insist that they're wasted so that they can crash on your sofa, while others who are clearly buzzed insist that they're fully capable of driving themselves home--before they trip over your couch and knock themselves... Read more >
Scoop Post reviewed the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer last week, referring to it as "an app that just might save your life."
The journalist was most impressed by the ease of use of the device, as well as by its useful features for the casual drinking set.