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Personal Smokerlyzer System - £15+3.75 Delivery - HALF PRICE - gasp.org.uk £18.75

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*Half Price Special Offer* For a limited time only you can buy this Personal Smokerlyzer for just £15 (Whilst stocks last) The Personal Smokerlyzer System consists of: 1. A Personal CO … Read More
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
*Half Price Special Offer*
For a limited time only you can buy this Personal Smokerlyzer
for just £15 (Whilst stocks last)

The Personal Smokerlyzer System consists of:
1. A Personal CO Breath Tester which is quick, easy to use and now available for personal use for the first time
2. A comprehensive, stop-smoking programme. The interactive book has been written by cessation expert Nicola Willis and is based on all the latest evidence based research. It includes a chart to record CO readings, an excellent problem solving section and a section on relapse prevention and recovery.
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#1
So y is this cold?
#2
Will this tell me if my teenage kid is smoking?
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Gravesy166
Will this tell me if my teenage kid is smoking?


It'll tell you he MIGHT have been smoking, but asking him would be a better way to have a trusting relationship; let's face it, if things are that bad, does it really matter if he's smoking? :)

wahidul89
So y is this cold?


Most people don't need to measure their CO2 to see if they've been smoking, and most people can count what's left in the packet, even if they lost count of how many they smoked. So unless you have short-term memory issues, it's not much help (and it's so variable - at least the professional ones are, so I assume the cheapo is too).

They're trying to hook up on the personal breathalyzer success - but that's different because (a) it matters legally and (b) It's very easy not to know how much alcohol you've consumed.



Edited By: Quadrille on Jun 23, 2011 09:10
#4
wahidul89
So y is this cold?

Because it's a completely useless lump of plastic perhaps.....?
#5
jus because you dont have a use for it, the product becomes useless?

YOU ARE ALL STUPID. im not going to post anymore, im going to sit around buy other peoples stuff and then criticise others from now on
#6
wahidul89
jus because you dont have a use for it, the product becomes useless?

YOU ARE ALL STUPID. im not going to post anymore, im going to sit around buy other peoples stuff and then criticise others from now on

That's the spirit!
#7
wahidul89
jus because you dont have a use for it, the product becomes useless?
No. The product is useless because NO ONE needs a machine to tell them if they've been smoking. If you do then you obviously have some form of short term memory loss. If that is the case, you'll forget you bought this device AND, that you smoke!
#8
Came across this site, and thread, after Googling for Personal Smokerlyzer System.
The link in top R/H corner still works. Have ordered one - £22.50 inc pp & VAT.

Kudos to those who do not need, or, could make use of such a monitor.

My expectations: I do not expect it to be as durable, or, as accurate as a £60 to £300+ model.
I think anyone who would expect that isn't being rational.
However, I do hope this cheap and cheerful device will help me give up smoking.
A bit of a toy, if you will, to play with – rather than have a cigarette. I look forward to seeing the LED indicators come down, by using it when I fancy – the instant, visual feedback will let me give myself a pat on the back, and, put a smug, self-satisfied smile on my face – lol.
A tool to help me give up this nasty, and, unpleasant addition.
Bye the bye, if giving up was as easy (for everyone) as some would have you believe – then they need educating about the issues involved, and/or, aren't being rational.
Will post how I get on when road-tested a little.
Wish me luck – or is that too much to expect from some!

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