New Tokyoflash LED Watch has built-in Breathalyzer
Tokyoflash, known for their geeky LED watches has now released a watchwith a built-in breathalyzer. The Kisai Intoxicated sports the usual cool time display, but goes a step further by offering a breathalyzer.
To check how drunk you are you just open the sensor cap, blow and the watch will give an on-screen blood alcohol content reading. The display will turn green, yellow or red depending on how drunk you are.
The time and date are shown by bold digits in negative space, which makes them easy to read at a glance however inebriated you are. The design of the Kisai Intoxicated was originally a concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog voted by the community as a design they'd like to see become reality.
Made of stainless steel, Kisai Intoxicated is a USB rechargeable watch with an LCD display with colored backlighting and has time, date, alarm as well as a sobriety game. Available at the special release price of $99 (€76, £64) until Friday June 21st at 4pm (Japan time).
Get the Kisai Intoxicated here. See the watch in action below.
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