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Where To Buy Bactrack Breathalyzer



With that in mind, CDOT is helping party-goers check themselves before getting behind the wheel. CDOT is offering 50% off BACtrack mobile breathalyzers to Coloradans through September, or while supplies last. Residents can visit codot.bactrack.com to place an order.




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BACtrack is among the highest rated portable breathalyzers on the market, according to many review sites. The company offers a variety of models, ranging from $30 to $50 through the CDOT offer plus $7 for shipping.


When you breathe into a breathalyzer, sensors measure the alcohol content of your breath. In Colorado, you can be charged with driving while ability impaired if your blood alcohol content is 0.05 or higher and driving under the influence with a BAC of 0.08 or higher.


This BACtrack trace professional model runs on two AAA batteries, so when it starts losing power, you can quickly and easily replace them and get your breathalyzer back up and running without the need for charging. This and the best car battery charger will help keep you out of trouble.


The Rofeer Digital Portable Breathalyzer boasts a user-friendly one button start in a compact design. After powering on the device and waiting at least 15 seconds (the same warm-up period as several others on this list), the breathalyzer is ready to use.


WHY WE LIKE IT: The JASTEK Breathalyzer takes the guesswork out of making responsible decisions by flashing and beeping when your BAC is too high. It makes the breathalyzer a good choice for those who need a little more help interpreting safe BAC levels.


We listed only breathalyzers that were highly accurate due to advanced, professional-grade technology that could give you consistent reading over time (some are even DOT or NHTSA certified). We also focused on ease of use and how the BAC information was transmitted. Some of the breathalyzers display test results on their own screen, while others transmit the information to your smartphone via a dedicated app.


We also considered battery life, which is vital when working with any type of technology. While most of the breathalyzers on the list run on replaceable batteries (AA and AAA), there is some that include a rechargeable battery too.


The last thing we looked at was any additional features that could help make your life easier and safer, like Bluetooth compatibility and the ability for the breathalyzer to call an Uber for you if your BAC registered too high to drive.


These mouthpieces are conveniently wrapped individually and fit the AlcoMate, AlcoScan, BACtrack, SafeWay and most AlcoHawk breathalyzers. These mouthpieces are in complete compliance with CDC and FDA regulations which mandate, breathalyzer mouthpieces be individually packaged where disease control is critical. The extended design feature prevents the subject mouth from making direct contact with the breathalyzer to further enhances the sanitary condition of the test.


As part of this campaign, BACtrack is offering 20 percent off on breathalyzer products to Colorado residents through the end of September. Visit HeatIsOnColorado.com or BACtrack.com, and use the code "CDOT" for 20 percent off and free shipping.


"We have a responsibility to raise awareness as to the dangers and consequences of impaired driving, and to provide resources to Coloradans and help them make informed decisions to avoid driving impaired," said Sam Cole, CDOT communications mManager. "Traditionally, August and September are two of the most dangerous months on Colorado roads. We are excited to join BACtrack for a first-of-its-kind partnership between a state department of transportation and a breathalyzer company to offer discounts on personal breathalyzers, especially as we head toward Labor Day weekend."


Beginning this week, CDOT is bringing the Before You Go, Know message statewide with an advertising campaign consisting of radio ads, posters, bus ads, liquor store placements, social media outreach and outreach to social media influencers. This is the first high-visibility campaign by a state using breathalyzers as a tool to prevent drunk driving.


CDOT is also working with BACtrack this summer to determine if smartphone breathalyzers help those with a previous DUI conviction avoid a second offense. Through the partnership, CDOT has provided smartphone breathalyzers to 475 first-time DUI offenders to use during the summer. Participants will complete surveys about drinking habits, driving and breathalyzer usage. In September, CDOT will compile information gathered from participants, and share results and analysis with the public.


The partnership with BACtrack and breathalyzer outreach is part of CDOT's The Heat Is On campaign, which aims to raise awareness to the dangers and consequences of impaired driving. Each year, more than 26,000 people are arrested for DUI in Colorado, and more than one-third of all Colorado traffic fatalities are alcohol-related. To learn more about the campaign, visit HeatIsOnColorado.com.


We do not usually review products that we have never carried, but we came across a BacTrack B70 Breathalyzer by chance, so we just had to give it a whirl. The BACTRACK brand is one of the latest brands of breathalyzers to come out with the slogan; "Sleek. Simple. Accurate.". Before even opening the packaging, we already could tell the BacTrack B70 was already one of the sleekest looking breathalyzers on the market.


The BacTrack B70 comes equipped with a carrying pouch, operation manual, and quick user guide. The carrying pouch fits exactly one B70 breathalyzer and makes storage in your pocket or purse convenient.


One button operation has become an industry standard for a breathalyzer, and the BacTrack is no different. Turn it on, let it count down, blow, and get your results. So far it's "Sleek" and "Simple". When the unit is powered on, the two inlet holes of the BacTrack light up to a soft blue color. This adds nothing to the device, but it is neat, and we like it. Unlike the AlcAlert BT5500 breathalyzer, though this device uses two AA batteries (not included) so the size is rather large and heavy for a mini breathalyzer to fit in your pocket alongside a cell phone and keys.


Maybe the slogan should be changed from "Sleek, Simple, Accurate" to "Sleek, Simple, Sometimes Accurate." Just like cars, the first model year of a generation will prove to have many little problems, and breathalyzers are no exception. The BacTrack proves that breathalyzers do not have to be ugly devices that are awkward to carry with you, but can be stylish devices that may promote use. We're confident that the next generation of the BacTrack will improve upon the great design and feature set.


However, we cannot recommend this device at this time. At a hefty price tag, there are just too many better breathalyzers that are more accurate and reliable. When you are making the decision to wait around longer before getting behind the wheel of a vehicle, it's important to have that peace of mind. At this price range, there are just too many reasons to go with a more sophisticated breathalyzer instead of paying for a sleek design that does little else but look pretty in your pocket.


In 2004, BACtrack received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) marketing clearance to sell the AlcoMate CA2000 breathalyzer.[3] BACTrack was among the first companies to sell breathalyzers to the general public for personal use that year.[4]


The BACtrack Mobile Smartphone Breathalyzer is a pocket-size breathalyzer that pairs with smartphones and other smart devices via an app and Bluetooth LE, producing an estimate of blood alcohol content (BAC). Results are displayed on the smart device or smartphone screen.[5]Released on April 23, 2013, the device was the first smartphone-connected breathalyzer available for commercial purchase.[6]


After consuming one 12-ounce beer I was beginning to feel a buzz; my BAC reading came back as 0.035 percent, nowhere near the U.S. legal driving limit of 0.08 percent. At this level, the BACtrack reported that my reasoning and memory should be slightly impaired while the paper manual pointed out that I should also be experiencing a "loss of shyness." Keep in mind that the manual also took pains to say that driving skills may be impaired beginning at BAC levels of 0.04 percent and higher.


To be clear, though, the information the BACtrack system scoops up isn't easy to find. For example, you can't search for particular users within the map, called BACtrack WorldView, and typically it showcases the region of the globe with the highest concentration of BACtrack readings. Every time I viewed WorldView, the San Francisco Bay Area (where the company is based) was displayed.


ConclusionWhen you get down to it, the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer really is a standard personal Breathalyzer at heart, though admittedly a very fancy one. Its $149.99 asking price makes it no impulse buy, especially compared with much more affordable devices -- the keychain variety typically cost as little as $10. More-reliable products that use fuel cell sensor technology, the kind that both the BACtrack and police departments rely on, range anywhere from $50 to $100. What the BACtrack uniquely brings to the table are its compact size, Bluetooth syncing, and predictions of the time of your return to sobriety. As I've said before, I take issue with the BACtrack's icky social-media sharing features, which while advertised as anonymous are anything but. I frankly see no sane reason to share your BAC with anyone for any reason, least of all strangers. Still, if you keep the data storage feature disabled, the BACtrack is a compelling tool that could help many people avoid danger to themselves and others.


Notes: Wile many people may not think about carrying a blood alcohol breathalyzer around either on their person or in the glove box of their car, it does make a lot of sense when you think about it for a while and contemplate the consequences of not having one. With the current out of pocket cost of roughly $10,000 for a DWI conviction assuming you do not crash your vehicle , which your insurance company will NOT pay for if you are convicted, the potential injury or loss of life to you and others the investment seems worthwhile. Especially if you are in the alcohol industry in any form from salesperson, bartender , or distiller, a conviction can have career ending consequences. 041b061a72


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