Twilight Vision Goggle .15 - .25 BAC (red strap)

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Drunk Busters Twilight Vision Goggles™ .15-.25 BAC (red strap)

Drunk Busters Twilight Vision Goggles simulate impairment under low light conditions with a blood alcohol content level of .15 to .25 with a dark lens. Each Impairment Goggle includes a cloth carrying bag and an Instructor's Guide. Each goggle is backed by a full 5-year warranty, as well. (Patent No. 6,206,521)

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.

Why Use Drunk Busters Twilight Vision Goggles™

Drunk Busters Twilight Vision Goggles simulate effects of impairment under low light conditions, including reduced alertness, slowed reaction time, confusion, visual distortion, alteration of depth and distance perception, reduction of peripheral vision, poor judgment and decision making, double vision, and lack of muscular coordination.

Alcohol Impairment

For some people, alcohol impairment might result after as little as one drink. Impairment can also result from combining alcohol with prescription medication. Use of illegal drugs is also impairing, with no BAC level even present. For the "average" person consuming alcohol under "average" circumstances, the Drunk Busters Twilight Vision Goggles represent a BAC level of approximately .15 - .25.

Uses for Drunk Busters Twilight Vision Goggles™

Our Twilight Vision Goggles are frequently used by law enforcement agencies, high schools and colleges, health and wellness programs, military, MADD chapters, snowmobile and boating safety programs, driver’s ed programs, and individuals who use them for gaming.

Trying to Simulate Other Levels of Alcohol or Drug 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.

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    DWI Group

    Posted by Renaye Chapman on Mar 8th 2017

    Clients struggled to maintain composure during the activity using a remote control car. They goggles were a fabulous way to show them what impairment really looks like.