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Pocket Breathalyser £19.48 @ saverstore

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Pocket Breathalyser a good pre stocking filler LOL... Officially Approved Shows % Blood Alcohol Pocket Sized and Battery Powered Zero Technology for Accurate Calibration Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Pocket Breathalyser a good pre stocking filler LOL...
Officially Approved
Shows % Blood Alcohol
Pocket Sized and Battery Powered
Zero Technology for Accurate Calibration
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suspended#1
For anyones help there is a code you can use, it takes £19.48 of the item
The code is: Dontdrinkanddrive
#2
simple DONT DRINK N DRIVE FULL STOP!!!!
#3
I don't get the joke, sorry

I know when I've had too much to drink so I'll keep my £20. Drink driving causes death and misery to families, especially at Christmas, there's no possible "LOL" opportunity.

As a deal, cold.
1 Like #4
why all the negativity? have you never had a drink at night and got up the next morning feeling rough? do you know you could still be over the limit? surely this is a good way of finding out to make sure you DONT DRIVE the day after.
#5
Voted cold! Feeling rough next day..don't drive.
#6
ditto to the dont drink if your gonna need to drive....common sense dudes!
1 Like #7
shazzersere
why all the negativity? have you never had a drink at night and got up the next morning feeling rough? do you know you could still be over the limit? surely this is a good way of finding out to make sure you DONT DRIVE the day after.




spirits can be upto 18hrs
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/4188071.stm
http://www.bupa.co.uk/health_information/images/healthy_living/lifestyle/alcohol/graph.GIF
#8
jennyroo
Voted cold! Feeling rough next day..don't drive.


Quite agree. If you have even the slightest doubt that you may still have enough alcohol in your blood to fail a test then don't drive. It's not just the risk of your licence being taken away for a year, it's the risk of being reminded every day for the rest of your life that if you hadn't driven you might have avoided an accident that destroyed your own or someone else's future.
#9
Alternatively if it stops someone dring who is over the limit it can't be a bad thing!
#10
wanderer


thanks for that gave you some rep x
#11
Brad
Alternatively if it stops someone dring who is over the limit it can't be a bad thing!


True, but it isn't going to be a highly accurate instrument at £19.48 is it?
#12
I wouldn't think about producing it in court as part of your defence :)
#13
[size="4"] Dont Drive - Drink :-d[/size] or something like that...
#14
I brought the same model at ebuyer a few years ago for about a tenner,its not very accurate,i have tried mine after a quite a few pints of lager and a couple of bradies and it still records a low level,not worth 20 quid in my opinion.
suspended#15
paolo
[size="4"] Dont Drive - Drink :-d[/size] or something like that...


Don't Drink - Smoke
#16
wanderer;6929487


your body cant tell the differcnce between type of alcohol i.e lager,cider or vodka, thus it is only the amount of alcohol in, in units that can you can count
spirit = 1 unit/25ml measure
lager/cider pint 4% = 2 units
strong/premium lager pint 5% = 3 units

1 unit takes roughly 1 hour to come out your system and all units out are calculated from when you stop drinking.

so 4 pints of stella and a couple of large gin and tonics would take 16hrs to come out your system approx.
#17
Couldn't agree more with some of the above posts. This sort of thing should be used as a joke/novelty item or similar. I dread to think someone could feel unfit enough to drive and then use one of these things and think 'Actually, this says I'm ok to drive.' Just to put into perspective, below is a link to a machine used by police forces for roadside breath tests. Not much of a hotdeal I'll admit!!!

http://www.proactivehealthandsafety.co.uk/drager-alcotest-6810

http://img263.imageshack.us/img263/1066/alcotest6810.jpg

PS - I haven't voted hot or cold.

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