Alcohoot Smartphone Breathalyser

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Product overview

• Smartphone breathalyser
• Test your blood alcohol level quickly and accurately
• Track your alcohol consumption using your smart phone
• Make safe and educated decisions

What is the Alcohoot?
The Alcohoot is an accurate breathalyser that you can use with a tablet or smartphone and a free downloadable app. The Alcohoot will ensure that you know how much alcohol is in your body so that you can make safe and educated decisions. The Alcohoot app lets you track your BAC overtime, hail a ride, or find nearby restaurants. You can use it to learn more about how your body reacts to alcohol, or the impact from a previous night out on your sleep and overall fitness.

How accurate is the Alcohoot?
Alcohoot uses Platinum Electrochemical Fuel Cell technology that ensures an accuracy variation +/- 0.01% ( BAC)

How do I set up the Alcohoot?
The Alcohoot is set up simply by plugging it into the headphone connector on your iPhone or Android phone. Open the app, plug in your device and follow the easy instructions. Insert the mouthpiece and blow into it to analyse your blood alcohol level. Everything is included with the Alcohoot so that you will be ready to test your alcohol levels straight away.

What’s included with the Alcohoot?
In addition to the Alcohoot smartphone breathalyser a USB charge cable and eight mouthpieces are included.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't take the risk! This is a great little bit of kit which allows you the peace of mind that even the morning after having a drink or two you are legally safe to drive. The new laws this year in Scotland make the line between feeling fine and actually being fine to drive very narrow. It also makes for a fun game at parties to see who is...well....having the most fun :-)
Date published: 2015-12-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Complete Rubbish Battery fails to charge. Mouthpiece drops out. Inaccurate readings
Date published: 2016-11-17
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is this compatible with iPhone 7

Asked by: redders
Yes, this is compatible.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-02-18

Any update on if this is compliant with French road laws?

Asked by: Jeff
France : Breathalysers 1 March 2012 - the French government confirmed that from 1 July 2012 drivers of all motor vehicles and motorcycles (excluding mopeds) must carry a breathalyser. The regulation will be enforced from 1 November 2012 and anyone stopped after that date who fails to produce a breathalyser when requested will receive an on the spot fine of €11. October 2012 - the French government announced that the implementation of the sanction for drivers not carrying a breathalyser – a fine of €11 – has been postponed from 1 November 2012 to 1 March 2013. January 2013 - the French government announced that the implementation of the sanction for drivers not carrying a breathalyser – a fine of €11 – has been postponed indefinitely. So theoretically you are still required to carry a self-test breathalyser when driving in France but there is no current legislation demanding a fine for non-compliance. The original official announcement stated that one unused, certified breathalyser must be produced showing the French certification mark NF. Carrying two single-use breathalysers will ensure that if one is used or damaged, you will still have a spare to produce. The breathalyser produced has to be in date - single-use breathalysers normally have a validity of twelve months. July 2015 - the drink drive limit for novice drivers (less than three years driving experience) has been reduced to 0.02%, the same level as that applied to bus/coach drivers.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-04-01

Which model is it for spare mouthpieces from Alcohoot

Asked by: Bonker
Unfortunately we do not stock spare mouthpieces for this item .
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-01-01

In the UK the police do not use %bac they use microgrammes per 100 ml of breath. In England and Wales the limit is 35 microgrammes per hundred millimetres of breath. How can the % bac the convert to the units in British law?

Asked by: SeanP
You can simply change the settings of the app to show mg/100mL
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-01-27

Will this device work with Blackberry 10 smart phone

Asked by: Lachie
Unfortunately this is not blackberry compatible.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2015-12-23

In  Europe I believe that you have to carry your own breath tester. Do the Police in Europe except this device as a tester to travel on their roads?

Asked by: GB29
We are looking into this and will update ASAP.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-12-16

Does this pass French legal requirements

Asked by: eccho5
We are looking into this and will reply asap.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-05-04

Does this device satisfy the French police requirements for carrying self breathalyser kits?

Asked by: Andy
We are looking into this and will update ASAP.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-12-16
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