Want to know your blood/alcohol level. There’s already an app for that, but now there’s a watch for it too.
Japanese watch manufacturer Tokyoflash has added a breathalyzer to its Kisai watch. The watch has various sobriety-testing features including a game that tests hand-eye coordination and a built-in breathalyzer. The results come in on the side of the interface, showing 10 different levels of blood alcohol content, shaded green to red.
If a user blows a 0.00%, they’d be in the solid green. Yellow marks between 0.41% and .60% and red means drunk – 0.61% or above. The test won’t hold up in court, so it’s probably best used to hedge bets with buddies rather than actually deciding to drive or not.
The watch can be charged via the USB port and is priced at $99 at the time of this writing.