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Back in December of last year, we took a look at the BACtrack Mobile Bluetooth breathalyzer, a police-grade drunk-o-meter. While we believe it to be pretty dang accurate, it’s undeniably pricey at $130 (though it was $150 at the time of the review), which puts it outside of what most people are willing to spend on what can really only be defined as a novelty item.

Despite being “police-grade,” BACtrack devices are not intended to be used as a metric for deciding when it’s OK to drive.

BACtrack Vio Bluetooth Smartphone Breathalyzer Lightning Review was written by the awesome team at Android Police.