Drunk Busters 6-Pack of Goggles
Drunk Busters Goggle multi-packs save you money and allow you to design your own mix of goggle types to best suit your training and awareness programs.
Each goggle includes a cloth carrying bag and an Instructor's Guide, and is backed by a full 5-year warranty.
Our Instructor’s Guide includes information on how to use your goggles, along with suggested activities to simulate impairment while wearing the goggles, plus care instructions. Our Guide is available in Spanish, if requested.
Shop Drunk Busters Goggle Multi-Packs
Our Goggle multi-packs come in 6, 12, and 24-pack amounts. When you buy our 6-pack of goggles, you can select the assortment of 6 goggles that works best for you PLUS you’ll get a FREE Low Level Goggle with your order.
That means you’ll get 7 goggles for $549.
Mix and match from all nine types of Drunk Busters Goggles to create your 6-pack:
- Low Level BAC Goggles .04 - .06
- Low Level BAC Nighttime Goggles .06 - .08
- Impairment Goggles .08-.15
- Twilight Vision Impairment Goggles .15 - .25
- Totally Wasted Goggles .26 - .35
- Drug Impairment Goggles
- Snooze Goggles
- Cannabis Goggles
- Ecstasy/Molly/LSD Goggles
Select the Quantities of Each Type of Goggle
Design the goggle 6-pack that’s best for your needs. For example, select 2 Impairment Goggles, 1 Low Level, 2 Cannabis, and 1 Low Level Nighttime -or- 3 Impairment Goggles and 3 Totally Wasted, etc.
Note: Only select a total of 6 goggles; the Low Level Goggle is FREE. In the comments section, please write the size of Drunk Busters t-shirt you would like. Sizes available are Small, Large, XL, XXL, and XXXL
Who Orders Drunk Busters Goggle Multi-Packs?
Our goggles simulate the effects of various levels of alcohol intoxication and of common drugs as well as drowsy driving.
Our Drunk Busters Goggle multi-packs are frequently used by law enforcement agencies, high schools and colleges, and the military. The ability to create your own pack means you can demonstrate different levels and types of impairment to the audience you are working with.
Looking for Individual Alcohol and Drug Impairment Goggles Instead?
All of our goggles can be purchased individually, too. Drunk Busters alcohol goggles come in ranges from .04 up to .35 BAC. We also sell drug goggles that simulate cannabis as well as Ecstasy, Molly, and LSD.
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Packaged well, lots of little extra samples, sturdily made, should be great at our outreach events.
The customer service and all, plus the quality of the product, the goggles, are truly exceptional! Perfect company!
Products are great quality. One of the storage bags came with a fabric run in it, but goggles are great.
These goggles are awesome! They show a great representation of the effects listed on them. I really look forward to using these goggles for presentations and events!
We love them, and I know the youth will enjoy them as well.
An excellent choice to have participants (I teach first aid in cases of drug or booze abuse) experience what the visual perception of the casualties is. Certainly a valuable resource for these training courses. The only reason I cannot give 5 stars is that the auditory and mental capabilities are not impaired (which is logical for a goggle)
They appear to hold up well after numerous uses.
.04, .10, both drowsy glasses, MJ glasses, LSD glasses. Love all of them except jury is out on the MJ glasses. Not exactly what I was hoping for but we will make them work. Love using the .04 glasses to show risk associated with low level impairment. Over 20 years in Law Enforcement I have used all the other brands of impairment goggles. I have found that the alcohol ones we bought through Drunk Busters most closely mimic the effects of those at these limits. Great product and very excited to continue programming with these. Have not used the drug and drowsy glasses in programs yet, but I like the effects and think that they will present great teachable moments. Again, avoid the other brands for alcohol impairment. These truly are the best I have seen.
They really help my students understand the relationship between driving and drugs/alcohol