Breathalyser Direct are pleased to offer the All NEW Alcovisor Mk X Full Pro Fuel Cell Breathalyser. An upgraded professional hard case is now included alongside the compact carry pouch.
Liverpool City Council Trading Standards in conjunction with Merseyside Police have recently purchased a bulk number of Alcovisor Mk X breathalyzers from Breathalyser Direct Ltd, for a new initiative involving pubs, clubs and night spots in Liverpool City. Door and Security Staff are able to breath test customers who appear to be heavily intoxicated before entering the premises, reducing problem behaviour later in the night. In a similar initiative, Derbyshire Police also purchased the Alcovisor Mk X for use in pubs and bars in their area.
The Alcovisor Mk X was chosen due to its high accuracy, Police grade internal sensor and robust fuel cell allowing a large number of tests between calibration.
The Alcovisor ™ is one of the world’s most innovative fuel cell breathalyzers with superb accuracy and now features a full colour LCD screen – EASY TO USE – GUARANTEED !
You may have recently seen the AlcooVISOR MK X featured on BBC One – appearing in a well known ‘soap’ and used to test a character with a known drink problem !
Recently supplied to Channel 4’s ‘Embarrassing Bodies’ series where a high quality, Police grade, accurate breathalyser was used by Dr Christian, Dr Pixie and Dr Dawn to test various people on holiday in Majorca at various times of day and night with some VERY interesting results ! Watch out for the episode going out this year in the new series.
We are very proud to be the official suppliers of breathalyzer equipment to the annual Rally for Heroes event – a very worthy fundraising event in aid of our injured servicemen. Breathalyzer Direct were approached to supply a high quality Police breathalyzer for the event to help keep all drivers safe and legal throughout their time in Europe. We recommended the Alcovisor Mk X for its ease of use and reliable, consistent readings.
The Mk X was also featured by Wired magazine against some rivals and a Drager 6510 Police grade breathalyser. The Mk X on four separate tests was CONSISTENTLY within 2-3 microgrammes of a £775 Drager 6510 showing that it offers superb accuracy for a fraction of the price. Although there were also some creditable performances from other devices tested by Wired Magazine : None of the other tested breathalysers showed the level of repeat consistency of the Mk X in the Wired magazine controlled simulator test. The Mk X achieved a repeated 32ug/100ml result on 4 x separate tests.