This review was last updated in May 2019.
As employers get more and more aggressive in their search for personal information about their employees, drug tests become more and more common.
An idea that was initially designed to ensure pilots and long-haul truckers weren't shooting up before they reported for work is now being used to persecute loyal, sober-minded, hardworking employees like yourself.
If you're going to hold onto your job and keep your private life private, you need help.
Synthetic urine and fake pee kits like Gator Wizz promise to be that help.
But, is this product the real thing or just another money pit?
What is Gator Wizz?
Gator Wizz fake pee comes from a company called Dr. Greens.
This company is known mostly for their line of detox products including detox mouthwash and drinks, detox shampoo and a home test kit.
They also produce another premixed product called 420 P Clean, which got the company in some legal trouble when a competitor (Spectrum Labs, makers of Quick Fix) accused them of stealing their formula.
It’s impossible to say without subjecting Gator Wizz fake pee to rigorous scientific testing whether this is actually just 420 P in a different package.
If it is, they wouldn’t be the first company to sell the same product under two different names. (Car manufacturers routinely sell the same car under different names in different markets for instance.)
The bottom line, however, is that Gator Wizz is a fake pee kit that Dr. Greens markets as a novelty fetish item, but which most people understand is really for dealing with drug tests.
It comes premixed, which is a plus, and also provides a heating pad and belt to help ensure your sample gets to the cup safely and at the right temperature.
What’s in this Fake Pee Kit?
Like we said, Gator Whizz fake pee is more than just a specialty brew for the fetish community.
It’s a kit that includes a bag to hold the pee, a heating pad to keep it warm, and an adjustable belt to get your sample past prying eyes.
The company states their fake pee is "unisex” -- which is a completely meaningless claim because no standard drug test on earth checks for male or female hormones.
They also state Gator Wizz fake pee is “a clean alternative” -- which it better be since it's man-made.
What’s disturbing is that they don’t state up front whether their pee is pH balanced like human pee.
They also don’t say whether it contains the proper amounts of uric acid or urea, or whether it contains creatinine or if it displays the specific gravity you’d expect from genuine human pee.
You just have to trust them.
But, in the real world “trust” and “clean drug test” don’t necessarily go hand in hand.
Yeah, But Does it Work?
The Gator Wizz fake pee kit certainly touches all the bases when it comes to what you’d expect to see in a kit.
It has the bag to hold the pee, the belt to deliver the bag and the heat pad to keep it warm. It even has a temp strip attached to the bag so you can monitor the temperature of the sample.
Although such strips really can’t be relied on, since everything from the air temp to your body heat can cause the reading to get screwy.
But, the (probably) useless built-in thermometer isn’t the real problem with this brand of pee.
The real problem, as we alluded to above, is the fact that you don’t really know what you’re submitting when you hand your sample over.
Is it properly pH balanced? Does it contain urea?
The last thing you want when you’re already stressed about a drug test is more stress based on the unknown.
If you spent your money on something better instead you’d know exactly what you were submitting.
It’s also a product with a long list of satisfied customers and a reliable track record. Both things we want to see in a product.
Don’t get us wrong, we’re not saying that Gator Wizz fake pee isn’t properly formulated.
Only that they don’t bother to tell us -- which should raise some red flags right off the bat.
How Much Does Gator Wizz Fake Pee Cost?
The makers of this kit charge $50 for it.
That’s more than industry leaders and more than the well-known products.
So, why the elevated price point?
Maybe they’re trying to recoup legal expenses they incurred defending their 420 P Clean in court from charges of product theft.
If it were up to us, we'd opt for something better.
With Monkey Whizz you know it's pH balanced and that it contains the other things testing machines expect to see, like uric acid, creatinine, and the same specific gravity as human pee.
Plus, it costs less.
Where Can I Buy It?
Gator Wizz fake pee is the kind of product that’s going to appeal to risk takers.
So, if that’s you and you love uncertainty then head over to drgreens.com where you can buy all the Gator Wizz your heart desires.
But why would you?
Even risk takers should know that when it comes to drug testing uncertainty should be the one thing you’re trying to minimize.
As such, we’d opt for something with a reliable track record and lots of satisfied customers.
Can we recommend Gator Wizz fake pee?
Maybe they make a great home test kit. And, maybe someday they’ll put a little effort into customer service and be more forthcoming about their phony pee.
But until that day, we’re going to give the Doctor a pass.
We recommend you use high-quality products instead.
You'll get everything you would get in the Gator Wizz fake pee kit, and you'll save a few bucks in the process as well.
Plus, you can rest easy knowing exactly what you're submitting, and that Monkey Whizz has a long history of helping people successfully navigate the minefield of intrusive drug tests.