Breathalyzer watch puts date, time, drunkenness on your wrist
The Intoxicated Watch tells you the time, date, and your sobriety level. All you have to do is blow into the built-in breathalyzer.
You've just created a combination watch and breathalyzer. You're sitting around, trying to decide what to name it. Aha, you think, let's call it the Intoxicated Watch. That will get the point across.
The Kisai Intoxicated Watch has just made its debut on Tokyoflash, where it's selling for a limited time at a $99 launch price.
The watch description says the negative-space time display is easy to read, no matter how intoxicated you are. In case you're not sure what level of drunk you've achieved, the watch has a built-in breathalyzer. You open the sensor cap, push a button, and blow into it for 5 seconds.
A display on the watch gives your blood alcohol content level. If you blow a 0.61 percent or above, the display registers as red to indicate you've had too much. A green display means your BAC is low. A yellow display indicates a BAC between 0.41 and 0.60 percent.
The breathalyzer isn't the only sobriety indicator built into the watch. There's also a sobriety game that challenges you to position a moving line in the dead center of the watch display. If you can't get it right, you've probably had too much.
The Intoxicated Watch is rechargeable and can last up to a month before needing to be powered up again. Of particular note is the fine print that comes with the watch: "This watch is designed for entertainment only. The retailer does not warrant that the results obtained from this breathalyzer will be completely accurate or reliable and accepts no liability for consequences arising from its use. Please remember, do not drink and drive under any circumstance."
The Intoxicated Watch has a sleek, futuristic design with a handy breathalyzer, but it's no substitute for good judgement and a designated driver.