Last Updated On: December 2019
People from every walk of life are facing a new reality these days -- a reality driven by drug tests and testing laws that have clearly gotten out of hand.
Even the people who staff the counters at airports are being administered drug tests these days, along with computer programmers and garbage collectors.
Crazy? Absolutely. But it’s the reality nonetheless.
The Wizclear Go Pack synthetic urine delivery system from 513 Ventures, aims to provide a way for people to protect the sanctity of their private life from those intrusive tests.
But, does it work?
With companies and governmental entities continuously trampling on the boundaries of people’s private lives for no justifiable reason products are needed to help level the playing field.
Wiz clear aspires to be one of those items.
But, what is it exactly?
The Wizclear Go Pack, while technically a fetish simulator, is actually intended to compete with prosthetic urine delivery systems such as Monkey Whizz and Whizz Kit, as well as 513’s own Piss Perfect.
The makers have apparently analyzed those devices and discovered something a lot of customers found out the hard way -- that concealing a 5-inch prosthetic penis in your pants is harder than it seems.
In response to this, the makers of Wizclear have replaced the strap-on with a more discreet tube that has a built-in toggle switch on it near the end. But more on the mechanics of the device in a moment.
As we alluded to above, Wizclear is made by the same folks who make the Piss Perfect prosthetic urine delivery system.
But there are 2 major differences between Piss Perfect and the Wizclear Go Pack belt.
The first is that Wizclear includes a pre-filled bag of synthetic urine, whereas with Piss Perfect you have to procure your own. And the second is that there’s no prosthetic penis like there is with PP.
So Wizclear is more than just a container to hold synthetic urine (learn more), and it's less that one of those strap-on devices.
It's a kit that contains a bag that is pre-filled with synthetic urine of unknown origin, a long clear tube that runs from the bag and is used to transfer the sample, a toggle switch or valve near the end of the tube to start and stop the flow, and a belt with Velcro closures to hold the apparatus close to your body.
You also get comprehensive instructions. But, in this case, we have to say that any instructions seem kind of pointless because frankly, the concept doesn't provide you a realistic chance of success.
At least it didn’t for any of our testers.
In fact, unless you fancy losing your job or being ordered to detox, you might want to take a pass.
That all depends on how you define "work."
Does it hold the pee safely in the plastic bag? Yes.
Does the toggle switch allow for a smooth flow of fake pee and an effective cut off? Yes.
Is it relatively easy to conceal? As long as you're not trying to empty the contents into a sample cup, yes.
But that's about where the parade of successes stops.
The problem with the Wizclear Go Pack is not any of the above.
It’s what happens when you are faced with the moment of truth and you have to produce a sample.
Trying to discreetly get hold of the tube and trying to flip the toggle switch in a way that seems natural is like trying to find an honest politician.
Chances are good that all the fumbling around you have to do to empty the contents into a sample cup is going to attract quite a bit of the wrong kind of attention.
It’s just really difficult to make the entire effort seem natural.
Essentially, you look like you’re hiding something in your pants, or up your skirt (since they market this pee pack as being unisex).
And the whole “Can you guess what I’m hiding?” look is not one you want to project during a drug test.
This pee pack costs more than many comparable synthetic urine systems. 513 will say that’s because of everything you get besides just fake urine.
But considering what a hindrance to success those other things can be it seems to us they should be discounting this product, not trying to convince us that $50 is a reasonable price for new products that haven’t had the bugs worked out yet.
If we have a choice between Wizclear and industry leader Quick Fix, which the latter costs some 40% less and features free shipping, we’ll take the the premium product instead.
Sure it’s old school. But as the saying goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Still think Wizclear is the right choice for your tests? Then head over to the Wiz clear website to get yours.
They have plenty of payment options and a variety of shipping options of various prices.
So, while the “where” is fairly simple (if expensive) we would still ask “why?”
Because it just doesn’t make sense to drop $45 on a Wizclear kit that may or may not work, when you could save a bundle and pick up something better instead.
The world is full of products that hit the market full of promise and fizzle once it’s discovered they can’t live up to their own hype.
Unfortunately, Wizclear seems destined to be one of those products. It’s expensive, unproven, unwieldy and who knows where they get their fake pee from.
Even a detox would seem a better bet.
Quick Fix on the other hand, has a long history of success, is affordable, dependable, easy to dispense and easy to procure. So from our experience, it does seem to be a better alternative to Wizclear.
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This product has a 99.987% success rate meaning that it gives you the best chance of passing your drug test out of all the options that are on the market today.
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About the Author Anna Miller
Anna is a content writer, blogger, and entrepreneur. When she is not spending time managing and supervising her business, Lindsley's Lumber, Anna creates content for her synthetic urine website. Aside from being an entrepreneur and blogger, she is also a pet lover, loves to cook and maintain her home garden. You can find out more about me here.