Japanese digital watch company Kisai has launched a watch with a built-in breathalyser.
Kisai Intoxicated not only has a time and date function that appear in bold digits – apparently so the wearer can read them when they are intoxicated – but it also feature a built-in breathalyser that allows the owner to test their blood alcohol content.
This can be done by opening the sensor cap and pressing the alcohol button to start the test. Once the sensor has warmed up, the wearer then blows for five seconds and waits for the watch to give an on-screen reading.
On the right of the screen, the display shows 10 different levels of blood alcohol content. A green display that shows 0.00% means the user is sober while a red display showing 0.61% or above suggests they are drunk.
The watch also features a ‘sobriety game’. When activated, a line on the screen moves from left to right and the aim is to stop the line dead centre, with anything but apparently suggesting the player is intoxicated.
The watch is stainless steel, has an adjustable strap that tapers from the case and is also USB rechargeable.