If you’ve had a couple of beers and want to drive home safely, read our list of the best breathalyzers that will test your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level.
BACtrack C8 Smartphone: A breathalyzer that you can use on its own or with a smartphone. It can sync to your phone, see the time until sober reading on the app or the device, and it has a built-in mouthpiece.
BACtrack Trace Pro: A breathalyzer that captures even trace amounts of alcohol. It is accurate to the third decimal place instead of the second. It can save your last ten readings and is the Department of Transportation, and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration approved in the United States.
BACtrack C6 Keychain: It is the most portable option for people that don’t want their breathalyzer to take up space in their car and can be put in your pocket. It can also sync to your phone, and it attaches to your keychain, as the name suggests. It’s the smallest fuel-cell sensor alcohol tester ever created.
BACtrack Scout: It is the most affordable breathalyzer in the upper range as it a police-grade Extend Fuel-Cell Sensor Technology to deliver accurate and reliable BAC results at the touch of the button. It is a slim form factor that makes it easy to carry around anywhere, easily fits into a pocket or purse. It also features an incredible battery life, lasting up to 1000 tests on a single set of AAA batteries. Make a better decision while drinking with the small yet powerful Scout breathalyzer.
BACtrack S80 Pro: It is the world’s best and reliable breathalyzer. It comes with more reusable mouthpieces. It delivers police-grade accuracy, plus extended battery life. Beyond that, this device is so simple to use, portable, hygienic, and easy to read and interpret. Customers rave about this breathalyzer’s accuracy. On eBay, 4.8 out of 5-star ratings given, 97% would recommend this product with good value and quality of 100%.
Police Departments in the United States and Canada rely on BACtrack Breathalyzers as preliminary screening devices during DUI traffic stops to determine if someone is possibly intoxicated.