Personal alcohol breathalyzers have become extremely popular over the past few years. But there is an ongoing hidden cost and aggravation associated with maintaining breathalyzer accuracy. Now the problem is solved with this state-of-the-art breathalyzer.

Nine months ago you went on-line and forked over a pretty good buck for a new breathalyzer. Now, less than a year later, when you test yourself it’s giving you wildly inaccurate readings.

Guess what. When you bought your new breathalyzer no one told you that you’d have to send it back to the manufacturer every 6 to 12 months to have it re-calibrated. But that’s the case with almost every breathalyzer on the market.

All breathalyzers have a sensor module (the part of the breathalyzer that determines your blood-alcohol-content) that degrades over time. Eventually it becomes clogged with residue making it less and less accurate. In order to correct this problem you must ship almost all other breathalyzers back to the manufacturer.

That’s right, you have to pack it up and ship it back to them. Pay the shipping cost. Pay their breathalyzer re-calibration fee (usually between $20 and $40). And then wait till they ship it back to you. That’s cost and aggravation you can do without.

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