"Track how drunk you are constantly with this Apple Watch strap"
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Track how drunk you are constantly with this Apple Watch strap
Take a look at a BACtrack SKYN.
This is the world's first wearable alcohol monitor.
BACtrack is well known for its mobile breathalyzers that sync to your mobile phone.
And this device gives you a Shift from occasional testing with a [UNKNOWN] to constant monitoring.
This means the software can actually start to trend your blood alcohol so you know not just how drunk you are now but how drunk you're getting and when you'll be sober.
The wearable is coming in two forms, a bracelet and an Apple Watch strap.
Coming this American summer and expected to sell for around $99.
For Apple watch users you'll be able to get a real time view of your blood alcohol level right there on the watch.
And that said, this will all work within Grade Two in the future.
It's more than a toy for frat kids to see how far they can push their numbers, it can be a big help for people to get a more realistic sense Of how drunk they get and how quickly, but it has the biggest potential in research and medical monitoring giving analysts consistent view on someone ability to process alcohol instead of relying on occasional reporting.
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