Golden Flask Synthetic Urine Review
Golden Flask synthetic urine is made by reputable company. It’s from the same guys who make the Whizzinator, a fake penis and synthetic urine kit that is very expensive but has strong feedback for actually getting you through a drug test.
Well, what’s the deal with its sister product Golden Flask? I have heard good and bad, and I am going to tell you about a real-life incident as well to help you make up your mind.
So does Golden Flask work, or is it a waste of time and money that is going to get you into trouble? In this Golden Flask synthetic urine review I’m going to give you the answer.
What Is Golden Flask Synthetic Urine?
As we just said, it’s made by the same people who produce the Whizzinator. That’s a good thing, because it’s a reputable product.
Golden Flask is literally that really. It’s a plastic flask with a heat strip down the side containing fake urine (click for more info on how to use synthetic urine)
It’s sold in a few online stores but not widely, and some smoke shops, but not the one I work in, we have never sold it.
Does Golden Flask Work?
Well, let’s cut to the chase and talk about the million-dollar question: does Golden Flask synthetic urine work?
Well, I had a guy who came into the smoke shop I work in recently and he was telling me he had failed a pre-employment drug test for USPS. I asked him what he had used, and he said he had submitted a sample of Golden Flask.
He had assumed it was going to work because it’s from the same people who make the Whizzinator. Unfortunately that doesn’t appear to have been the case.
Golden Flask Vs Quick Fix
So anecdotally, and checking online, it appears that people are getting very mixed results in drug tests both at home and at work using Golden Flask synthetic urine.
Putting it up against one of the best brands out there, in a head-to-head Golden Flask Vs Quick Fix death match, I’m afraid from where I’m sitting Quick Fix will win every time.
For more info, check out my Quick fix synthetic urine review.
Golden Flask Synthetic Urine Review: Conclusion
Golden Flask is reputed to contain urea and uric acid, plus it’s meant to look and smell like the real deal. So on the surface it might get you through a basic pre-employment drug test. Except it didn’t for one guy.
I’ve never had that feedback from anyone using Quick Fix. It could be the temperature strip you get is dodgy, or it could be something else. One thing I’m wondering is that it’s using a synthetic preservative that is being picked up by the lab to spot a fake sample.
Even if that’s the case, when for an extra $10 you can buy Quick Fix 6.2 and virtually guarantee passing a drug test, why would you take the risk on a product which doesn’t seem to have much following and has mixed reviews from people who have used it to try and pass a drug test?