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Chemeleon’s Alcohol-Sensing Water Bottles provide a clear and immediate indication of the presence of alcohol. When the Chameleon bottle is filled with solely water, it retains an iridescent coloration of the sensor film, located that’s inside the bottle. This gives a definitive indication that no alcohol is present and that the contents of the bottle are safe for normal consumption. 

 

Upon the introduction of alcohol to the Chameleon bottle, there is immediate color change. The alcohol interacts with the sensor film at the molecular level, and induces an immediate loss of the brilliant colors normally present. This color change is absolute and can only be reversed by the complete removal of the alcohol, which takes up to over an hour. Chemeleon Alcohol-Sensing Water Bottles ensure health and safety by providing a clear, quick and simple means of preventing covert alcohol consumption.

Alcohol-Sensing

Water Bottles

  • Shatterproof bottle
  • Contains no harmful substances
  • Reduces plastic waste
  • Dishwasher safe

Sensor band is iridescent in water and transparent in alcohol, giving a simple, clear and unmistakable indication of the contents of the bottle.

  • Alcohol is the most commonly used and abused drug among youth in the United States.

  • Excessive drinking is responsible for more than 4,300 deaths among underage youth each year.

  • Although drinking by persons under the age of 21 is illegal, people aged 12 to 20 years drink 11% of all alcohol consumed in the United States

  • In 2017, the Monitoring the Future Survey reported that 8% of 8th graders and 33% of 12th graders drank during the past 30 days, and 2% of 8th graders and 19% of 12th graders binge drank during the past 30 days

Above facts taken from the CDC

Youth who drink alcohol are more likely to experience:

  • School problems, such as higher absence and poor or failing grades.

  • Social problems, such as fighting and lack of participation in youth activities.

  • Legal problems, such as arrest for driving or physically hurting someone while drunk.

  • Unwanted, unplanned, and unprotected sexual activity.

  • Physical and sexual assault.

  • Higher risk for suicide and homicide.

FACTS ON UNDER AGE DRINKING