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Is there a way to get the scram bracelet off?
Yes, the panel where they put it on sometimes falls off - and it just comes off - although it downloads more than alcohol content (twice a day) - every 30 minutes when it buzzes, it's testing vapor, PH, alcohol and temperature - so if you take it off (unless you put it on someone else - it will be obvious) - then they throw you in jail for "tampering". Note: If it comes off on it's own, it's best not to tell your worker ... they assume you "tampered" which is a violation of terms. Just wear pants ... or have them put it on the inside (instead of outside of your ankle) if it's uncomfortable ... b/c It's a lot more comfortable than being confined in a cell.
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No, only alcohol.
My friends and I who have the Scram bracelet usually wrap it with saran wrap and then duct tap both ends. It may look funny but it works. They go cliff diving with it wrapped …like this and have had no issues. Mine got loose the first time I tried around the ankle part and my scram got wet, but no more than it does in the shower. So saran wrap and duct tape. It works. Good luck.
Technically yes, as long as no alcohol touches it. However ur probation officer might ask u to agree not to.
The only drug that the Scram bracelet detects is alcohol.
no, sugar alcohols are naturally occurring sweeteners. while i was on the scram i had the same question and found out that it doesnt do anything to set it off(i was eating a p…rotein bar and freaked out)
Hair stylist....can you wear a scram bracelet.....absolutely not. TAC checks for all alcohol, methyl and propyl....all in hair products...OMG and hair spray...AMS cannot disti…nguish between ingested and transdermal alcohol...need physiologist to read their graphs and a good defense team to go against the AMS to fight your case.
you may get buy for a few days ,but you never know when they are about to check up on you & you could get another 2 years added to the time you are on all ready
Yes, they do. Interestingly, a 'low battery' condition sends a signal to the alerting authority.
It monitors a person's alcohol intake by their sweat.
So this seems pretty simple to beat. 1) I was told there is electrical current running through your leg to complete the circuit. You can use the same foil strip used on wind…ows for security systems to do this. (if you were going to take it off) 2) The infrared light on your skin is a little harder but still doable. Many people get blisters hiking, walking, or because they are on there feet all day. You would need to take that skin (ripping off a blister) and slide it between the your leg and the bracelet. Once you have done that, the infrared would not know the difference. Remember, the skin will dry out so you must reintroduce water to the sample to keep it in an "alive" state. 3) Temperature, the scram device monitors temperature as well. The best way to do this is a constant heat source of 97.8 - 98.9. You can find one anywhere, just look around. So there is your answer. If you really want to beat this thing you can. The question you need to ask yourself is why? It's not like you have to drink, and if you are ordered to wear it, you should b/c it is a lot better then jail or worse. -cheers-