Our innovative Drunk Buster goggles improve the effectiveness of any substance abuse awareness and training program. Impairment goggles are easy and safe to use. Developed by a veteran DUI law enforcement officer, our goggles have been featured in the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum. All goggles include a cloth carrying bag, an instructor’s guide and a full 5 year warranty.
Utilizing vision distorting lenses, Drunk Buster goggles simulate the effects of alcohol consumption on the body. Five different Breath Alcohol Concentration (BAC) configurations detect BAC levels ranging from 0.04 to extremely high impairment at 0.35. These goggles are a perfect tool for school or community drug and alcohol awareness programs.
Slip on the goggles and experience the effects of reduced alertness, delayed reaction time, confusion, visual distortion, alteration of depth and distance perception, reduced peripheral vision, double vision, and lack of muscle coordination. Combine the goggles with otherwise simple participant tasks like walking the line, picking up coins, setting objects on a table and you’ll create engaging and effective impairment demonstrations that won’t be forgotten soon.
Marijuana is known to affect balance and coordination, decrease alertness and reaction time and impair the ability to perform complex tasks. Cannabis goggles bring home the message in drug recognition and awareness education that THC intoxication is just as real a safety concern in the workplace as is alcohol intoxication. Student drug awareness programs also benefit from our THC Goggles™
The Drunk Buster Drug Impairment Goggles™ simulate many of the effects of being under the influence of illegal drugs or overdosing on prescription medication, including disorientation, altered space perception, vertigo, lack of concentration, image distortion, and memory problems. Find out how you would handle your day to day activities "on drugs." These goggles are a perfect tool for school or community drug and alcohol awareness programs.
Concentration intensive tasks like driving, running a live group meeting, operating a computer or performing medical tests become difficult with little sleep. The Drunk Buster Snooze Goggles™ simulate the effects of sleep deprivation after a night of little or no sleep. Slip on the goggles and experience the effects of disorientation, delayed reaction time, blurry vision, light sensitivity and drowsiness. This interactive tool is helpful for educators, health care professionals and employers who need help encouraging people to improve their sleep duration and quality.
If you think it is hard enough to read, write or drive during twilight hours or in dim light, try adding extreme fatigue to the mix. The Drunk Buster Red-Eye Goggles™ simulate the effects of blurry and unfocused vision in poor quality lighting. This interactive tool is ideal for workplace education programs, especially safety-sensitive industries.
Now available in five different BAC configurations, one drug impairment, a sleep deprivation goggle and one goggle to simulate red-eye. Drunk Buster impairment goggles are the most affordable and the finest goggles on the market. All goggles include a cloth carrying bag, an instructor’s guide and a full 5 year warranty.
I wanted to congratulate you on your impairment goggles. Your product provides a realistic view and unmistakably demonstrates what it is like to be impaired. In our opinion, it is important to show users a vision that simulates real impairment while sober.
I love the Drunk Buster Goggles. I never fail to get enthusiastic audience participation when using them in training.
The Drunk Busters Goggles are a very useful tool in my safety courses. It gives kids and adults a better understanding of what it is like being under the influence. Thanks for a great product!
Our department advises that we would certainly recommend the DRUNK BUSTERS Goggles to other agencies for any presentations regarding drunk driving awareness
I am a school resource officer and used the DRUNK BUSTERS Goggles during Prom Promise week at our high school. The students enjoyed trying to drive my golf cart on a driving course while wearing the goggles.