Archive for May, 2010

Need directions to the Protocol keychain breathalyzer?

Posted on May 31st, 2010 by Dario  |  1 Comment »

I threw away my directions with the packaging and now I have no clue how to use it.

Can anyone help me with this?

Yes you can check our Protocol keychain breathalyzer page

Alcohol Tester Review

Posted on May 31st, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

What should you look for in an Alcohol tester review, first find the most well known product review company that it not affiliated with any of the products. For us how live in Australia it is Choice Magazine, you will have to check what is available in your own country or check with another country close to yours that sells the product that you’re interested in.

There are also great online review site you can check with a little research, which also have the occasional customer review too. The customer reviews usually have comments in regards to the pros and cons, and then they may have an overall thought on the product.

One of the other sites to check on customer reviews on personal breathalyzers is amazon.com, which if there is lots of customer reviews that for item it will help you be better informed.

Interesting Alcohol tester review on YouTube

Alcohol Tester Breathalyzer Keychain

Posted on May 30th, 2010 by Dario  |  2 Comments »

A portable Alcohol tester breathalyzer keychain is convenient to carry with you to and are intended for quick alcohol level test. They are very easy to use and usually give a quick response with LED lights or digital LCD numbered reading.

Simply you can look at it this if you have any doubt about your ability to drive after you have checked yourself with a keychain breathalyzer then don’t. You run the risk of losing your license (with a heavy fine), your job and even your life. You may also be a danger to other drivers and pedestrians.

So be responsible when you plan of having a drink and take precautions to stay safe.

Alcohol tester breathalyzer keychain

Personal Keychain Breathalyzer from videoyug

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Uncovering The Myths Surrounding Drug And Alcohol Testing

Posted on May 29th, 2010 by Dario  |  1 Comment »

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imageThere are myths surrounding every type of drug and alcohol testing available. Aside from the alcohol hair testing or drug follicle hair testing, urine and breathalyzer tests abound with ways people think they can fool the results.  Let’s see if you’ve heard of any of these myths. Sucking on Pennies lowers your blood alcohol level False.  Eating or sucking on nickels, mints, garlic, peanuts, curry powder or vitamin C tablets won’t do the trick either.  It seems this myth is one that many people talk about but never have personally tried. Do you know someone to have tried this and said from personal experience that is hasn’t worked? There is no scientific basis for this claim and no chemical reaction takes place to change BAC results when you suck on a penny,Alcohol on the breath is a reliable sign of alcohol consumption False. If you were at a party and consumed a non-alcoholic beer your breath would actually smell the same as your friend’s who drank an alcoholic beer. Further, you could be considered intoxicated even if you have been drinking alcohol free drinks. The reason for this is because the body produces its own supply of alcohol naturally on a daily basis. We all have it in our bodies naturally and some people simply produce enough to become intoxicated.Poppy-seed muffins can alter drug testing results Well, this is actually true. However, while the opiates from a poppy seed muffin may show up just a few hours later in a urine analysis, hair analysis can distinguish between opiate use and regular poppy seed ingestion. Plus, the federal detection limits have been raised and are beyond the range of a muffin or two. You’d have to consume a lot more than two muffins a day for this to seriously alter any drug tests. You can stop using drugs a few days before the test and still pass    There are many discrepancies out there over how many days or weeks it would take to fully get a drug out of the system. Chances are if you drink a lot of water in the hopes of getting drugs out of your system your test will come back diluted and you’ll need to take it again. It’s just not worth it! Plus, if you are involved in a random drug pool you will not know when your name will be pulled out of the hat for your next drug test. That’s the point. Instead of taking the risk, just stay off drugs. It’s a safe and easy way to pass the test. There are many more myths, rumors and stories surrounding how to pass drug and alcohol tests. However, researchers and scientists are developing tests that are becoming more and more sophisticated thus eliminating error and the ability of human intervention in the results. Most of these myths or rumors we’ve heard but probably none of us have tested them to see if they are true – well, I’m sure myth busters has checked out a few of these, but none of my friends have. Before staking anything on a rumor look into the facts and scientific evidence surrounding it to determine where the truth really lies. Drug and alcohol testing are a common practice in many workplaces – be ready to pass your next test.

Alcohol Tester Breathalyzer

Posted on May 29th, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

Someone using a breathalyzer
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A Alcohol tester breathalyzer is a device for calculating blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Most of the digital alcohol testers on the market today, estimate the amount of alcohol present in one’s breath and register a reading on a LCD display.

It is a revolutionary piece of equipment that can keep a check on drunk driving which is highlighted in the media as one of the main cause of traffic accidents .It is a product that is worth the investment for an individual, to make an important decision whether to drive or not after taking few drinks.

Alcohol tester breathalyzer

This Alcohol tester breathalyzer is a pocket-sized device that’s really easy to use. To test your breath alcohol level, just hold the Power Button until the light on the front turns green. Blow into the sensor on the top for a few seconds and the coloured LEDs on the device light up to show your current alcohol level. Green indicates little or no alcohol has been detected. If it’s yellow, take it as a warning. Yellow and red together mean you should definitely not drive.

 
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