Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit Review
Quick Fix is one of the most popular fake pee products (with a reported 99.987% success rate) and one that we recommend over the competing products available. However, on its own, it’s missing the accessories needed to actually submit the sample.
Table of Contents
- What Is The Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit?
- What’s Included with the Quick Fix Synthetic Urine Kit?
- How Does The Kit Work?
- Can the Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit Pass A Lab Test?
- Preparing Your Quick Fix Kit For Use
- How Much Does It Cost?
- Where Is The Best Place To Buy It?
- Is The Spectrum Labs Quick Fix Kit As Good As It Claims To Be?
You can have the best fake pee available, but still fail a test because your delivery gear makes it too easy to detect a bottle.
So, we were delighted to see that the Spectrum Labs fake urine was also made available as a urine belt kit. And we’ve done some careful analysis and testing to see if it’s safe to use.
What Is The Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit?
It is a fake urine kit that combines Spectrum Labs’ Quick Fix fake pee with a convenient and easy-to-use belt and storage pouch.
For a long time, you were only able to buy the actual urine, and you had to figure out the most optimal way to keep the the fake pee product on your body without it being detected.
This sometimes led to people getting caught with a bottle-shaped bulge in their pocket, which was a dead giveaway.
Let’s see how this problem was solved.
What’s Included with the Quick Fix Synthetic Urine Kit?
We’ll get to the details of how to prepare for a drug test shortly, but the important thing to note is that the kit includes all the essentials in a ready-to-use setup.
|This means that you can have all the prep work done in a matter of minutes, without a complicated process of mixing powders.|
You’d almost need a science background to mix up some of the other options we’ve seen.
Here is a list of items that you’ll find in the box:
- Universal size urine belt for men and women
- Vinyl bag with 4 ounces of Spectrum Labs’ Quick Fix
- A temperature strip is pre-attached and ready to read
- An air-activated heating pad for one-time use
How Does The Kit Work?
It works by giving you the essentials for delivering fake urine by reducing the risk of being detected.
Picture this: You buy a fake or real urine sample, and it arrives in a bottle. You follow the steps to prepare it and head off to the testing facility. With the bottle in your pocket, it leaves a visible outline, and one of the staff confronts you about it.
Unfortunately, this is a very common reason why people fail drug tests, rather than a problem with the actual sample.
The belt may help with this problem by providing the fake urine sample in a device that reduces the risk of being caught with a container.
Can the Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit Pass A Lab Test?
Yes, the urine kit may help you pass a lab test, as long as you follow the setup instructions.
Of all the urine products that we have researched and tested out, Quick Fix has shown to be one of the consistent options. The formula has been specifically designed to make it usable in the calibration of equipment for drug tests.
Basically, by creating the right balance of urea and uric acid , it may help you pass the standard equipment used in most facilities.
“Quick Fix Synthetic urine, along with its competitors, is made from a mix of water, urea, creatinine, pH balance, and/or uric acid. Synthetic urine can have the same density as urine, too, as labs also test for this.”
– Aditi Shrikant, Reporter
Preparing Your Quick Fix Kit For Use
It’s important that you understand this process before you jump in and blindly start putting things together. That would be a sure-fire way to fail a drug test.
Basically, it comes down to these 4 steps:
1 – Get The Right Temperature
This is a critical step, as you need to make sure that the fake pee is heated to between 94 and 98 degrees Fahrenheit. This is what the urine test process will check first to make sure it matches the average body temperature.
One option is to use the included heat pack, but this may take a bit of time. Instead, put the sample in the microwave for 5 seconds at a time. You have to do this gradually to avoid raising the temperature too high and breaking down the urea.
2 – Test The Temperature
Each time you take it out of the microwave, check the temperature strip. It needs to be in that ideal range to match your body temp. Anything too hot or cold will be flagged as fake pee in a urine test.
3 – Adjust The Belt For Comfort
The urine belt can be easily adjusted to fit your waist size. You have to make sure that it’s not too tight to feel uncomfortable or not too loose to start slipping and be noticeable.
4 – Deliver The Sample
Before you head into the test facility, take one last look at the temperature strip, ideally within 5 minutes of entering the door.
Just avoid allowing hours to go by between heating it and providing your fake urine sample. That may reduce the temperature enough to raise some eyebrows .
How Much Does It Cost?
The Spectrum Labs urine belt costs $59.95, which includes the fake urine sample, belt, temperature strip, and a heating pad.
This isn’t the cheapest option available, but from all the reviews we’ve read, and the number of real-life comments about passed drug tests, it’s certainly worth considering the investment.
So far, we haven’t found other products that provide the same results and a convenient belt, all in one box.
Where Is The Best Place To Buy It?
The unfortunate reality is that there are a lot of counterfeit urine products out there. I know it sounds crazy, but there is money in faking fake pee.
For that reason, I would always recommend going directly to the company’s website to place your order. It’s the only way to make sure you get the genuine Quick Fix synthetic urine belt kit, and you really shouldn’t be taking chances when it can impact your work and life.
Our Official Rating:
- Effectiveness: 4.5/5
- Price: 4/5
- Ease of use: 4.5/5
Can the Spectrum Labs Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit be reused?
No, the Quick Fix Pro Belt cannot be reused, as the pouch and release mechanism is not designed to make it refillable. This also reduces the risk of the urine belt pouch and valve becoming damaged over time, which means you may not pass a test.
Can the Quick Fix Kit be detected?
No, the Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit may not be detected during a regular visual inspection. For highly supervised tests (yes, those ones where someone will actually be looking over your shoulder), there may still be a risk of detection.
What is the best way to keep the Spectrum Labs Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit warm?
The best way to keep the Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit warm is to keep it as close to your body as possible once it has been heated. This may help to maintain the fake urine sample at body temperature, ready for the urine test.
How long is the urine in the belt kit good for?
The urine in the belt kit is good for up to 2 years. Each box will have a use-by date printed on it, and it’s important to use it only within that time frame to avoid the chemicals in the formula breaking down.
How do you heat the Quick Fix Kit?
You heat the Spectrum Labs Quick Fix Kit either by placing it in the microwave for a few seconds at a time or by using the heat pad. The pad may also be used to keep the Quick Fix pee at the right temperature, if the test is a few hours away.
How do you activate a Quick Fix Kit heating pad?
You activate a Quick Fix Kit pad by opening the packaging, gently shaking the pad, and then attaching it to the sample pouch. It takes a few minutes to raise the temperature, but may last several hours.
Is The Spectrum Labs Quick Fix Kit As Good As It Claims To Be?
Look, the only way to be 100% certain that you pass a test is by submitting a real human urine sample that is clean and actually comes from your body at the time of testing.
However, for the many people for whom this isn’t an option, the Quick Fix Pro Belt Kit may be the most suitable replacement.
Chemically, it’s as close to real urine as you might find, and from our own test results and online reviews, the pass rate is significantly higher than other options.