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LCD Alcohol Breath Tester - £1.97 @ PC World

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#1
None in stock at the 9 nearest stores to me :-(
#2
Tis a bargain, but i presume you only need one of these to see if you're over the limit for driving. And i'm well against drink driving. So don't drink and drive and you really shouldn't need one of these!
#3
Anything with a price ending with 7p is discontinued stock, so it's unlikely anyone will find this in stock.
#4
Flubbermother
Tis a bargain, but i presume you only need one of these to see if you're over the limit for driving. And i'm well against drink driving. So don't drink and drive and you really shouldn't need one of these!


What he said.
#5
I'm a she
#6
Can't understand anyone wanting to buy one of these,if you are going to have a drink don't even contemplate driving.One pint can affect your judgement and you may well be under the limit but is it worth the risk.
#7
I think the PCW managers use these in store to check that their staff are drunk before they are let loose on the unsuspecting public. At least I’d assumed the staff are drunk judging by the waffle they come up with.
#8
Flubbermother
Tis a bargain, but i presume you only need one of these to see if you're over the limit for driving. And i'm well against drink driving. So don't drink and drive and you really shouldn't need one of these!


:thumbsup: I agree, i don't really drink, but wanted one of these for my hubby to show him that if he drinks at night he may be over the limit the next morning :x
#9
Agharta
I think the PCW managers use these in store to check that their staff are drunk before they are let loose on the unsuspecting public. At least I’d assumed the staff are drunk judging by the waffle they come up with.


So who tests the PCW world managers? Judging from my personal experiences they need testing too
#10
nipperkipper
So who tests the PCW world managers? Judging from my personal experiences they need testing too

Check their pulse and if they have one, THEY'RE FIRED.
#11
Well, for a change there are none of these at ANY of my local branches, why did I think that there would be? lol :)
If you are desperate for a breath tester then they do them at dealextreme for about $6 I think, you just have to wait like 10-14 days for their stuff to arrive normally.

Mike..
#12
when drunk does a person remember to use it .... ;-)
#13
MikeBeaver
you just have to wait like 10-14 days for their stuff to arrive normally.

Hopefully you'll have sobered up by then.
#14
Agharta
Hopefully you'll have sobered up by then.


After this weekend? no chance, lol.
I think I might actually have to get one of these though, I am always driving home the day after a night out, if I got stopped and was over the limit I would be more than unhappy to say the least, at least with this I would be able to see exactly when I could get back behind the wheel legally!

Mike..
#15
MikeBeaver;1802544
After this weekend? no chance, lol.
I think I might actually have to get one of these though, I am always driving home the day after a night out, if I got stopped and was over the limit I would be more than unhappy to say the least, at least with this I would be able to see exactly when I could get back behind the wheel legally!

Mike..
So you would trust a sub £2 piece of kit to judge whether you can drive home safely? Risk your licence, life and others lives on a <£2 piece of novelty electronics? I wouldnt!!!
#16
harlzter
So you would trust a sub £2 piece of kit to judge whether you can drive home safely? Risk your licence, life and others lives on a <£2 piece of novelty electronics? I wouldnt!!!


But surely you would agree it would be better to have SOME indication of how far over the limit you still are rather than NO indication, just the fact that the sun has now come up and it's a new day, I must be alright to drive now then!!

Mike..
#17
There is one in Harrogate :)

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#18
Got one of these a while ago. They are no longer the novelty items they used to be, but you do have to follow the detailed instructions correctly supplied every time to get a true reading.

Good deal if you can find one and have a use for one. I won't comment on the morals of driving with small amounts of alcohol in one's blood as this gadget has so many other possible uses it's not really appropriate here.

edit to add: It also has an inbuilt single led torchlight
#19
MikeBeaver;1802624
But surely you would agree it would be better to have SOME indication of how far over the limit you still are rather than NO indication, just the fact that the sun has now come up and it's a new day, I must be alright to drive now then!!

Mike..

Not really as if there is any chance I may be unfit to drive AT ALL i wouldnt full stop, if you have had that much the night before that you may be over the limit then chances are you are not performing at your peak anyway due to feeling the after effects.

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