Driving drunk is for the birds. \u00a0Meaning you'd be an idiot to do so, especially in this day and age of Uber and Lyft. \u00a0But let's face it. \u00a0We've all done it: head to the a bar or restaurant, plan on having just one and end up slugging back three or four. \u00a0Not good. \u00a0And that's why every one should carry a portable breathalyzer, such as the Breathometer Breeze. Always get the best breathalyzer.\r\n\r\nNow, the Breathometer Breeze isn't the first portable breathalyzer I've reviewed. \u00a0But it's the first that doesn't require charging. \u00a0Powering the keychain sized device is an included watch battery. \u00a0To install, just unscrew the top half of the Breathometer Breeze and pop it into place. \u00a0I struggled for a few minutes to get it back together, but with some trial and error did so.\r\n\r\nIncluded in the box are a few mouth pieces an attachments. \u00a0I immediately tossed the mouth pieces aside since they just mean more to lose, which will surely happen, and more to carry around. \u00a0As alluded to, there is a keychain attachment, but since I drive just one car I'll be storing the Breathometer Breeze in my car for those "just in case" moments of weakness.\r\n\r\nWith the battery installed,\u00a0it's as simple as hitting the button near the mouth piece to power it on. \u00a0You'll know you've done so when the LEDs light up. The last few steps are pairing it to your phone and downloading the Breathometer app. \u00a0Both are a quick and painless process, so no qualms there.\r\n\r\nTo begin a reading it's a single button press on the app and then blowing into the Breathometer Breeze. \u00a0Comparatively speaking the Breathometer Breeze works very fast; it only requires that you breath into the device for 5-seconds, where as other Breathylyzers require more time. \u00a0Moreover, the device resets fairly quickly after each use, though it will error out if used too many times in a row (this only happened once after excessive testing).\r\n\r\nBecause the Breathometer Breeze runs off a watch (cell) battery, which is good for up to 16 months, it does shut off automatically fairly quickly. \u00a0I never measured the actual amount of time, but it's a moot issue since it powers on just as fast.\r\n\r\nCompared to other Breathylzers, it tended to understate my BAC (that, or the other ones overstated it). But only marginally. \u00a0And since the\u00a0exercise isn't to determine how drunk I was (well, sometimes) but whether or not I was close to or had exceeded the legal limit. \u00a0Regardless, it seems to be a strong indicator of this, though I would have prefer to have\u00a0it overstate my BAC; a "better safe than sorry" mentality.\r\n\r\nYou can buy the Breeze Breathometer direct for $100.