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10.13.15
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You should always err on the side of caution when drinking, but if you want an accurate estimate of your blood alcohol content (BAC), BACtrack's line of personal breathalyzers are the way to go. The ultra-portable BACtrack Vio Smartphone Breathalyzer connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth, while the free BACtrack app helps you easily estimate your BAC and get a sense of when it will return to zero. Meanwhile, a separate product, the BACtrack Mobile Smartphone Breathalyzer, offers the same functionality with even more accuracy. For a limited time, Engadget readers can grab the BACtrack Vio for 20 percent off ($39.99 plus free shipping), and save over 60 percent on the BACtrack Mobile ($79 with free shipping).That's the lowest price on the web for either product.

The BACtrack Vio's wireless Bluetooth connectivity allows for innovative tracking and personalization, and integrates with Apple Health. The Vio is compatible with most Android and Apple devices (including the Apple Watch), and is small enough to fit inside a purse or pocket or be used as a keychain. Simply open the flip-up mouthpiece and blow for five seconds, and an accurate BAC reading will appear on your smartphone. If you're looking for even more precision, check out the BACtrack Mobile Smartphone Breathalyzer. It uses a police-grade fuel cell sensor for more reliable reads, and includes a Lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Each BACtrack device connects to the companion app via Bluetooth, with the option to save your BAC results over time, as well as personalize it with photos, notes and drink logs.


BACtrack's portable breathalyzers are both useful and fun, so don't miss out on these limited-time discounts. Get the BACtrack Vio for $39 (20 percent off MSRP) or the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer for $79, or 60 percent off.

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