Breathometer is the leader in breath analysis technology, with a mission to build the world’s first portable breath analysis platform.
Breathometer, today announced it has started shipping Mint, a digital health device that enables consumers to track and monitor their oral health.
Eighty million people in the U.S. struggle with bad breath — many of them don’t even know that they do, but the people around them are likely all too aware.
Charles Michael Yim is a successful entrepreneur who has started three companies to date and sold two of them by the time he turned 28. His most recent startup, Breathometer, became the very first company on the hit TV show “Shark Tank” to get an investment from every single shark.
Since Shark Tank, Breathometer has created another product, the Mint, a wireless oral health monitor that also plugs into a smartphone. Sensors in The Mint will detect bad breath (signs of bacteria, gum disease).
Since appearing on Shark Tank and having the full million dollars raised, Breathometer has become available at numerous retailers (and even online) for a lowered price of $39.99.
A new alcohol-detection device called the Breeze made by Breathometer Inc. from the U.S. has been produced to help reduce the number of drink-driving cases which have already claimed many drivers' lives.
Charles Michael Yim is expanding his breath analysis company, Breathometer, into new markets. Here's why five sharks and Richard Branson are coming along for the ride.