Drunk Busters Snooze Drowsy and Distracted Goggle (grey strap)
Drunk Busters Snooze Drowsy and Distracted Goggles simulate fatigue in the early morning after working all night long as well as extreme fatigue. 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.
Drunk Busters Snooze Drowsy and Distracted Goggles
Drunk Busters Snooze Drowsy and Distracted Goggles simulate what it feels like to complete common activities while being extremely sleepy and fatigued.
These goggles were featured on the Rachael Ray Show with Dr. Oz in March of 2017, in an episode about the dangers of sleep impairment.
Impairment from Drowsiness
Research suggests that if you have trouble sleeping, you're 60 percent more likely to be injured on the job than colleagues who sleep well. Drowsy drivers cause about 10 percent of car accidents in the USA, according to AAA.
Uses for Drunk Busters Snooze Drowsy and Distracted Goggles
Our Drowsy and Distracted Goggles are frequently used by law enforcement agencies, high schools and colleges, health and wellness programs, military, snowmobile and boating safety programs, and driver’s ed programs.
Trying to Simulate Other Types of Impairment?
Drunk Busters alcohol goggles come in ranges from .04 up to .35 BAC. You can buy 6, 12, and 24 packs of goggles, and drug goggles that simulate cannabis as well as Ecstasy, Molly, and LSD.