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Concept Breathalyzer Watch


Best known for their ridiculously hard to decipher watches, TOKYOFLASH is working on creating a timepiece which will also include a working breathalyzer.

"A new concept from the Tokyoflash Design Studio.
A touch screen LCD watch design that does much more than simply tell you the time. It also gives an indication of your blood alcohol content (BAC) to gauge your level of sobriety.
This concept is an LCD watch design which can be read at a glance because it has an ‘always on’ digital LCD display. It also features a multi-colored LED backlight, perfect for night time viewing. You simply have to touch the light function to illuminate the display.
After drinking, touch the button to activate the Alcohol Test Function, blow into the port and await the result. Your blood alcohol content reading gives an indication of your level of sobriety.
This chart describes the progressive effects of alcohol. Each level represents a range of feelings including increased talkativeness, disinhibition, over expression and impaired sensations.
This interesting and functional watch design would be great for checking just how intoxicated you and your mates are. The watch design is made of stainless steel with an asymmetrical case and features touch panel operation."
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