The Breathalyzer Store is proud to bring you the best prices on the highest quality breathalyzers, including BACtrack, AlcoHAWK, and coming soon, Alcomate breathalyzers.
All three of these lines offer a portable breathalyzer for everyone, meaning there is a choice in pricepoint and effectiveness no matter if you just want a simple educational tool, or a breathalyzer for use in knowing how your body reacts to various amounts of alcohol, including when you are over the legal limit to drive.
One important thing to point out is that it is never safe to drive with any amount of alcohol in your system, and no one should purchase a breathalyzer for the purpose of being able to drink and drive, regardless of your BAC.
If you are looking for a personal breathalyzer that is compact, lightweight, and accurate, the BACtrack S30, BACtrack S50, BACtrack S70, and BACtrack B70 are units you should take a closer look at. These breathalyzers use semiconducter oxide sensors, and while not as precise as the fuel cell sensors used in the Professional line of breathalyzers, they still have a place for anything from the education of you and your family to use as a guide in decision making, and even a tool to use in everyday parenting. If you are mainly just concerned with detecting the presence of alcohol as opposed to getting an exact reading in order to know if you are above or below the legal BAC limit, the personal breathalyzer series is an ideal fit.
The Professional series, which includes the BACtrack S80, BACtrack S75, and the BACtrack Element, is ideal for anyone wanting a "real" breathalyzer, meaning these use the same technology as the breathalyzers used by law enforcement. In fact, many police departments, substance abuse clinins, and other medical professionals are actually equipped with these same breathalyzers, and now they are available to you at a fraction of their previous cost.
The details and features of each product is shown on that product's individual page, so take a look around before deciding which breathalyzer is the right choice for you. You can also take a look at our frequently asked questions page to get more answers to your questions. If you still have questions, drop us an e-mail by using our contact page. Figuring out the right breathalyzer for you comes down to you knowing your budget and what function you want out of the device. A great way to find these things out is to read up on breathalyzer reviews.