Tokyoflash Touchscreen LCD BAC Watch

Tokyoflash Touchscreen LCD BAC Watch

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How drunk are you right now? That probably depends a lot on when you read this and whether or not you’re currently at work. Assuming you’re currently imbibing, what’s your BAC level? One beer or one shot gets metabolized per hour. You’ve been drinking for (you can check your watch, but let’s just say three for argument’s sake) three hours. You’ve consumed 16 shots of vodka and 62 PBRs. Survey says? Shitfaced. But seriously, the combination of math and body chemistry required to get a rough estimate of how hammered you are right now is far more work than we’re willing to commit on a daily basis. Plus, how are you supposed to compare intoxication levels with your friends? What we need is a portable BAC measuring device to solve these types of debates. What we need is the Tokyoflash Touchscreen LCD BAC Watch. Screen color as follows: green for 0.08%, yellow for 0.34% and red for 0.86%. Aside from the fact this is only a concept and ridiculously difficult to use, this is the best drinking invention since the beer bottle.

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