Compare Breathalyzers

The Wingmate breathalyzers are designed to be ready to use right out of the box, low priced for high affordability, and convenient to have.

They’re ideal for those who want the convenience of checking their limit on a night out and the reliability of a industrial grade alcohol breath tester without the hefty price tag.

Not sure which Wingmate to choose? Compare them side-by-side in the quick summary table below, and read on for more information on each of these ratings.

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Compare Wingmate Breathalyzers


Wingmate Wingmate One Wingmate Pro Wingmate Rover
Accuracy
50% Complete
25% Complete
100% Complete
100% Complete
Durability
75% Complete
50% Complete
75% Complete
75% Complete
Maintenance
75% Complete
N/A
75% Complete
75% Complete
Warranty
50% Complete
50% Complete
100% Complete
100% Complete
Ease of Use
75% Complete
75% Complete
75% Complete
75% Complete
Speed
50% Complete
50% Complete
75% Complete
75% Complete
Display Visibility
50% Complete
50% Complete
100% Complete
100% Complete
Sensor Type Semiconductor N/A Fuel Cell Fuel Cell
Certification None Australian Standards AS3547 Australian Standards AS3547 Australian Standards AS3547
Affordability $ $ $$ $$
Choose this if you want: an affordable breathalyser to give you an indication of your BAC level a cheap, convenient tester to indicate if you’re over or under the legal limit a breathalyser that can give you an accurate, specific BAC reading a breathalyser that’s accurate and easy to read, especially at night

What does each rating mean?

25% Complete

Good

50% Complete

Very Good

75% Complete

Great

100% Complete

Excellent

 

Accuracy
Breathalyzer accuracy range. Semiconductor breathalyzers have a wider +/- 0.01%BAC accuracy range whereas fuel cell breath testers are more precise with a smaller accuracy range of +/- 0.005%BAC. Read more about accuracy ranges in Breathalyzer FAQs.

Durability
How long the breathalyzer may last in terms of its battery life and sensor life.

Maintenance
Number of uses before calibration is needed. We recommend calibration every 6 months on all our personal units (except for the Wingmate One disposable breathalyzers), however fuel cell breathalyzers typically require calibration after 500 uses, whereas semiconductor breathalyzers require this after 200 uses.
Warranty
Our personal breathalyzers carry either a 12 months or 36 months warranty.

Ease of Use
How easy the breathalyzer is to use in terms of its functions and buttons.
Speed
How fast the breathalyzer is in terms of its warm up time, response time, recycle time, and passive test (fast mode) function.
Display Visibility
The display screen’s clarity and backlight. The Wingmate Pro and Wingmate Rover have backlit displays that light them up at night, making their screens incredibly easy to read.
Sensor Type
Breathalyzers typically either have a semiconductor sensor or a fuel cell sensor. Semiconductor units are more budget-friendly and give a good indication of your BAC level, while fuel cell units are more expensive, but give an alcohol-specific, more accurate BAC reading. Read more about breathalyzer sensor types in Breathalyzer FAQs.
Certification
Having an Australian Standards AS3547 Certification means that the device has been tested and certified to perform at the stated specifications and accuracy.