Aura Breathalyzer: For That I’m-Not-Totally-Hammered Glow

Your aura can exude confidence, intelligence, or perhaps sophistication; but an aura of drunken buffoon? No sir. The new Aura Breathalyzer ($150) gives you a sleek gadget to show off and stay relatively sober with at the same time. This fuel cell sensor-driven device is on par with what police offers use so that’s good, and hey, it certainly beats a life full of drinking O’Doul’s in public.

CIROC X G-Shock Breathalyzer Watch: Know Limit Soldier

Despite the plethora of smartwatches we’ve seen lately, we’ve yet to see one offer such a useful tool as the CIROC x G-Shock Breathalyzer Watch. No, it doesn’t come preloaded with Sean “Diddy” Combs’ — ahem — “greatest hits”, but it does feature a built-in breathalyzer that reveals your blood alcohol content level when you huff and puff (daddy) a bit. Look for it at  select G-Shock retailers starting in August.

Floome Smartphone Breathalyzer: How Drunk Were Those Drunk Dials?

Ever since Alexander Graham Bell made the first drunk dial to Mabel Hubbard in 1877 (“Sooo, what kind of bloomers are you wearing?”), men and women have been calling each other at 3am to unnecessarily convey their levels of desire for the previously asleep call-receiver. Now, with the Floome smartphone breathalyzer ($80), you can see just how inebriated you are before you dial those digits.  The Italian startup behind Floome says it uses the same fuel-cell sensors as police-grade breathalyzers, so that seems good. Just plug it into the headphone jack of your iOS, Android, or Windows smartphone and blow to town. Within seconds you’ll see if you’re safe to call your ex… oh, and also whether you can drive home.