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Pivot Breath Sensor

A new way to approach reducing and quitting

The Breath Sensor fundamentally changes the approach to reducing and quitting smoking - making it an intuitive, fun experience.

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The first FDA-cleared carbon monoxide Breath Sensor

The Breath Sensor helps track carbon monoxide (CO) in the breath by providing visual indicators related to their overall cigarette smoke consumption.

Clinically-proven to increase motivation and reduce the number of cigarettes smoked per day, the Breath Sensor provides cheerleading and guidance in the palm of the hand so often needed to effectively reduce and quit.

See the real-time impact of smoking

CO levels build with cigarette consumption, and decrease as smoking frequency is reduced. When used throughout the day, the Breath Sensor provides a numerical reading as to how much CO is in the breath, providing immediate affirmation of behavior change, encouraging members to improve or maintain a low CO reading.

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The Tool Created to Measure Real-Time Progress

Those who smoke combustible cigarettes can use the Breath Sensor, which detects carbon monoxide levels in a member's breath. Members can skip a cigarette and see their progress in real-time.

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Discover the modern day solution to an age old problem
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Intuitive readings

Red. Yellow. Green. It's simple to understand CO levels. Members gain confidence as they watch their numbers go down and their Sensor readings turn green, empowered to quit smoking for good.

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Clinical precision

FDA-cleared and backed by years of research and development, published clinical studies, and member feedback, the Breath Sensor is the proven ally, available to members when needed most.

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Actionable insights

The Breath Sensor seamlessly connects with the Pivot Breathe app and readings are shared with coaches to identify smoking patterns and triggers, helping create actionable reduction plans specific to member needs.

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Moments to Celebrate

Quitting and reducing can be enjoyable! First Breath Sensor reading? Pivot Breathe cheers for the achievement. First Breath Sensor reading in the green? Pivot Breathe gives a digital high-five that makes moving forward more gratifying.

Real-world success stories

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Not every day is perfect, but having the app, the access to the CO sensor and NRT gives me the confidence that I can [do] this.

Karon

It’s like a video game, I’m competing against myself each day, making sure it’s going down lower.

Stephanie

I liked the idea that the Breath Sensor showed me what I was doing to my body. It gave me a bit of science behind it.

Peggy

I was so moved by my first breath sample that it motivated me to quit smoking. This thing sold itself right there.

Robert

I was more interested in seeing the graph about the sensor readings than I was about smoking at times.

Rey

The Breath Sensor just really changed my thinking about everything.

Lexi

When I see the CO scores, I wanna go down to green. If I can cut it down, I can eventually quit.

Adrian

I still use the CO sensor every day, it helps keep me focused and times when I feel a[n] urge to smoke. Using the sensor makes me remember that my CO level being at a 2 is worth keeping and not falling backwards.

Linda

I was so proud of myself for the lower levels and the challenge to do even better was on!!

Katie

Real-world success stories

Not every day is perfect, but having the app, the access to the CO sensor and NRT gives me the confidence that I can [do] this.

Karon

It’s like a video game, I’m competing against myself each day, making sure it’s going down lower.

Stephanie

I liked the idea that the Breath Sensor showed me what I was doing to my body. It gave me a bit of science behind it.

Peggy
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