Have you ever wish to know that how much alchol you have consumed on that party or in a real time well now their is a wrist watch developed by BACtrack can instantly tells about how much alchol you already consumed so far in the party and lets you control your drinking if you had alot of.

So far wearables have been counting or tracking our heart rates, our steps or how much calories we have burn on a single day or how much sleep we take everyday but now one more addition has comes to these services by wearables i.e. it can now count amount of alchol consumption by us in a single day.

BACtrack Skyn can work as on its own /as a standalone wearable or can be integrated into an Apple Watch Band and can continuously track your alcohol level in near real-time.

This wearbale sync with an app which provides you a powerful and actionable data. And also this device will also give you a notification when when your alcohol level is increasing to remind you to slow down or stop drinking.

This invention is the best one so far in alcholol testing and is very effortless. Now we don’t need any breathalyzer for monitoring this device can passively tracks your alcohol level very well.

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According to President and CEO of BACtrack, Keith Nothacker:

” We’re excited to introduce a breakthrough innovation in alcohol monitoring, making it simple for people to track their alcohol level — passively, accurately and near real-time. We’re thrilled to finally share these devices, which have been in development for more than two years.”

Why it is important:

This wearable device can help doctors accurately measure a patient’s drinking history.
BACtrack Skyn can help users not only track their blood alcohol content “passively, accurately and near real-time,” but also give them a glimpse of how their body metabolizes alcohol and when they are within sobriety range again.

Users can also set an alarm or a vibration to be notified when their BAC is above the legal limit. Generally, the wearable will show users how their blood alcohol content is changing while they drink, and can gives an idea of where their levels will end up after their last drink.

When is it coming?

The device will be available in third quarter of 2017, although no date was given. Pricing information isn’t available but according to rumors the price will be around 99$.