WIRED Magazine’s October 2010 issue includes a review of various Breathalyzers currently available in the UK Market. Focusing mainly on the Fuel Cell devices (although they did include one of the cheaper semi-conductor units) it made for interesting reading.
It was satisfying reading in their verdict that it was “highly accurate, giving almost identical results to the control [a Police 6510] during machine tests”. In summary they also commented on the durability of the Breathalyzer giving it a thumbs up for its “professional feel”.
Unfortunately they failed to mention the 2 year warranty we provide (unlike ANY of the competition) but that’s a little nicety for our customers to find out.
Also included in the reviews was the AlcoHawk PT500 – made by US company Q3i (for whom we are the UK distributor). The unit was a deemed “cheap for a fuel-cell unit, giving consistent results in wet-bath tests” and in their summary they said it was “Accurate and good value”.