Whizzinator Reviews 2017 – Will It Work?
In this post, we review the Whizzinator Touch (the latest model) to see if it still works in 2017.
Before we answer the question, let’s first breakdown the device and how it works.
Essentially, it’s a strap on penis (there are models for women) that secures to your waist using a belt. It has an area to store synthetic or real (“clean”) urine.
The newest model (the Touch) allows the user to squeeze the penis (it releases the valve). Once squeezed, the “urine” will flow right out and into the desired area.
Note: the old/original Whizzinator still works. The only difference is the older version does not use the valve (“squeeze”) system to release the urine. While it definitely works, it doesn’t look as natural if someone is watching you–or if they are paying close attention to the sounds you make.
How much does it cost? Whizzinators.com currently sells the Touch for $135.95.
Yes, It Works
It goes without saying, but the Whizzinator Touch device works. But if you want to pass, it’s not the question you should be asking.
Your success depends on the type of synthetic urine that you use (unless your friend gives you clean urine). Most people fail because they use a bad or counterfeit fake urine brand.
Which Synthetic Urine?
The most trusted synthetic urine is Quick Fix Plus 6.1 (be sure you avoid the counterfeits). It continues to work on the urine screening.
Whizzinators.com sells the real Quick Fix (and the Whizzinator Touch).
**Women: Click here to learn more about the Female device.**
Commonly Asked Questions
1 – Does it come in different colors?
Yes, there are five different colors to choose from:
2 – Do you need a heating pad?
Yes, we strongly recommend using a heating pad. You can find quality pads here.
Where To Buy
If you’re looking to buy the Whizzinator Touch and your Quick Fix fake urine at the same place, then head over to Whizzinators.com.
The Whizzinator History
The Whizzinator is a very popular device that has been used to overcome urine tests. It has had its fare share of appearances in the media and has been used by athletes and celebrities alike. Its popularity peaked in 2005 when Onterrio Smith, an NFL running back got caught with one. However, he was simply caught with it, and not caught using it. He was caught with it at airport security and a check of his bags revealed the device as well as several containers of dried urine.
Another celebrity caught with it was Tom Sizemore. He, however, handed over the cold urine and did not use the heat packs. He was busted with a fake penis and he had to strip down naked.
Puck Technology created the original Whizzinator. It has since been over the past several years, and records show that people are still purchasing it. A few years back, it gained competition through products such as the Pissinator and the Urinator. The Whizzinator’s best features are that it comes with a life-life penis as well as anything else you may need such as heat pads and synthetic urine. The urine temperature has been a failing point for many similar products. The temperature has to be between 98 and 100 degrees, or else it will not be accepted by the labs.
Women are not left out as there is a female Whizzinator also available. This version has a tube that runs between the legs and is worn around the waist. Another version for women is called the SheWizz, by a company called CUPID. This type has a bladder that is insertable. This insertable version cannot be easily detected even while nude.
Making A Whizzinator
Because of its simplicity, there are many people who try to make their own. For men, all you would need is a clean pair of underwear, a wrapped turkey baster with warmer packs and a prosthetic penis. It is frustrating trying to piece all these pieces together, though with the $100 price tag on most of these products, most people simply prefer to make their own. On the flip side, a homemade device might fail and hence you would be better off simply buying one.
Cost Friendly Alternatives To Whizzinator
It is a fact that these devices are quite costly, and, on the other hand, a homemade device isn’t the best option either. Here’s a simple way you can bypass the cost while still having a device that will help you bypass urine tests: it is a device that costs $20. It is a medical bag that has a drainage tube. You can fill it up with synthetic urine though it is not clear as to how this is to happen. Afterwards, you can use hand warmers, which will cost you roughly $10, and you have your device ready.
It is less complicated than most homemade devices, and it is also easier on your wallet. The only downside is that it may not be as reliable as its commercial counterpart. This is the best option if you are not planning on being watched, or if you are going to use someone else’s urine.