Video: Japanese Company Introduces Breathalyzer Watch

Watches are meant to put function first—you know, tell time, then, maybe, look sharp. The TokyoFlash team doesn’t subscribe to that philosophy. Past concepts included impossible-to-read dials with bingo-style layouts, neon light bars, and even, traffic-pattern LEDs. Their latest might be their most useless—or useful, depending on whom you ask—creation yet: the breathalyzer watch.

It’s rather simple to use, as the video above demonstrates: just hit the cocktail logo to rev the breathalyzer and then blow into the small tube, and wait as the dial reads back your BAC to you in a matter of seconds. Why not get one if you’re prone to the occasional DUI?

[via Gizmodo]

 

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