Examiner.com has just published not one, but two glowing reviews of the BACtrack Vio Smartphone Breathalyzer. The first review comes from Ms. Melissa Moreno, giving us all a good post-holiday reality check.
"[W]ere there situations where you or someone else may have had a little too much to drink and should have handed over their keys? Maybe it was hard to say or difficult to convince someone that it wasn't a good idea to get behind the wheel... [BACtrack Vio] fits conveniently inside a purse or can be used as a key chain so there it's always easily accessible. It instantly transforms your smartphone into a breathalyzer and quickly estimates your blood alcohol level content, tracks your BAC results over time and with Zero-Line estimates when your BAC will return to 0.00% again. Better safe than sorry is what I always say!"
She also published her review on Missi Rose's Views.
The second review comes from Mr. Kenneth Fish, who puts it quite succinctly.
"The state of gadgetry here in America is so dang cool. If there’s a need, no, scratch that, if there is even a soupçon of want, someone has more than likely invented something to fulfill it. This is not to say that these gadgets are superfluous or trifling, just the opposite, in fact. One such gadget is the Vio breathalyzer from San Francisco’s own BACtrack."
He goes on to breeze through the testing process. "Testing your blood alcohol level, is also a no-brainer; turn on the Vio, extend the little flip-up mouthpiece, tap the app, and start blowing when it tells you to, and wait five seconds for the results. Easy."
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