I’m pleased to announce I got to review the Quick Fix Synthetic Urine 6.2 formulation before it’s official release! I contacted the people over at quickfixurine.com years ago to ask about the 6.1 formulation and they were nice of enough to get me a sneak peak of that product, this time they sent me the new Quick Fix Synthetic Urine 6.2 formulation for review.
Spectrum Labs is always trying to be cutting edge with maintaining the best synthetic urine available on the market while maintaining the most superior formulation.
When the package arrived I excited to be the first to test this product outside spectrum labs. When opening the box I was surprised to see a new slick box design which was much different from the original box we’ve all come to know over the years.
I arrived at the lab the next day early as possible before any of my colleagues would be there to secretly test the new formulation. I tested various 8 panel, 10 panel, and 15 panel test strips and they all passed with no issues. To test for tampering I did specimen validity testing (SVT) which tested the levels of nitrates, pH, specific gravity, creatinine, urea, uric acid, and more.. All the test came back spot on, I had no results for a adulterated specimen, invalid results, dilute specimen, or substituted.
For the final test I ran the sample though the GC/MS, results showed negative for any drug metabolites being present.
I can say with 100% confidence that the new Quick Fix Synthetic Urine 6.2 formulation passed our urine test used by testing labs in the United States.
One thing they wanted to make clear to me was the 6.1 formulation is still a good and current, so don’t freak out if you have it, just test it on their batch validator to make sure you batch is still good for use.
Please be careful where you buy your Quick Fix Urine from too. Spectrum Labs has been reporting the following,
Quick Fix Synthetic Urines are being sold on EBay, Amazon and discount websites for up to 75% off of the retail cost. It has been discovered, these products were bought at various liquidation sales and are expired. The EBay auctions and discount websites are claiming their product is authentic and legitimate, but people are finding out this is not the case. Various people are reporting they’ve received a completely different products altogether.