XStream Synthetic Urine Review

Medically reviewed by Haiko Maaswinkel (B.Sc., MPH) — Last update on Transparency Disclosure

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Despite the market being dominated by a few top quality brands, cheap synthetic urine products are still sold in some places. In this Xstream synthetic urine review, we’ll study chemical and physical properties of one such budget kit, where to buy it and who would want to. We’ll also suggest alternatives if X-Stream fails at its purpose of fooling urinalysis drug test.

What Is Xstream Fetish Urine?

Xstream is a well-known brand of synthetic urine that’s been around for some time, marketed as fetish urine for sex activity. Many people have been also using it (and still do) to pass drug tests, because incidentally X-Stream does a decent job at mimicking physical properties of human urine, including:

  • Color
  • Odor
  • Protein bubbles (when shaken)
  • Correct pH levels
  • Specific gravity

For urine fetish enthusiasts, this is more than enough to replace the real thing, but let’s find out if the formula can work for a drug test.

Ingredients

Though labeled as “fetish use only”, Extreme features key human urine components like:

  • Urea
  • Uric acid
  • Creatinine
  • Amino acids
Xstream urine’s latest formula doesn’t use biocide as preservative, which is another thing tested by the lab, and features shelf life of up to a year.

Package Contents

The box of Xstream fetish urine includes the following:

  • A 3oz fetish urine sample bottle
  • Temperature strip (attached to the bottle)
  • A heating pad (hand warmer)
  • A squirt cap
  • A rubber band
  • A set of instructions

Before we discuss online reviews Xstream fetish urine has, we’ll briefly cite instructions from the box.

How To Use Xstream Fetish Urine

With synthetic urine, the number one reason behind failed drug test is incorrect preparation, not the formula itself. So, it’s important to bring urine sample to the correct temperature (94-100 degrees) without overheating it. Also, make sure to never use expired product as it will undoubtedly make you fail a drug test.

Xstream fetish urine ships out in a plastic bottle suitable for microwave heating. To heat it correctly, the following procedure is advised:

Remove foil seal from the bottle.
Place bottle in a microwave and heat for about 10 seconds, then shake well.
After 10 seconds, check the temperature reading; it should be in 94-100 degrees range.
If the temperature is below 94 degrees, microwave again at 5-second intervals (to avoid overheating).
If the bottle is warm, but the temperature strip is still black (>100 degrees), shake again and let it cool down.
Note that overheating fetish urine too much above 100 degrees may hurt its chemical composition. Make sure you don’t submit overheated sample for testing, as it will most likely result in failed drug test. If you’re not experienced, you may want to try a urine kit with more reliable heating mechanism, such as Sub Solution.

After Xstream fetish urine has reached correct temperature,

Remove heat pad from the wrapper and shake well to activate it;
Strap the hand warmer to the bottle with included rubber band;
Heat pad should keep Xstream novelty urine warm for about six hours.
Another thing to remember is that Xstream synthetic urine kit is a single-use product, and leftovers should be discarded after the bottle was opened.

Does Fetish Urine Work For Drug Test?

The official website praises their product, claiming it can pass any urine test. That said, we’ve found many positive reviews on Internet forums from people who say they’ve got negative test results on their pre-employment instant cup screens and were cleared for the job.

Xstream urine’s updated formula is said to contain all necessary ingredients and specific gravity, like other popular products. In theory, correct amounts of urea, uric acid, creatinine and certain amino acids should pass most cheap urine tests. However, it gets more tricky during a lab test.

Modern laboratories like Labcorp and Quest Diagnostics can detect even the slightest irregularities, so we wouldn’t try to pass them using cheap fake pee such as Xstream. Another downside, as reported in reviews, is poor quality of the heating pad, which is common for budget products. Apparently, temperature strip is also not the most accurate.

Alternatives To Xstream Urine

The best way to cheat a lab test is with synthetic urine used as a control sample to calibrate their urinalysis equipment. An example of such brand is Quick Fix, which has a great track record at passing most urine screens. Quick Fix is more expensive than Xstream, but it won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

If you know you’re going to an advanced laboratory test like Labcorp or Quest Diagnostics, the safest options are Sub Solution and  Quick Luck. The latter is almost identical to powdered Sub Solution formula, except it’s premixed for easier use. 

Sub Solution

Sub Solution

  • Powdered formula
  • Heat activator
    (Hi-Tech)
  • Premium product
Quick Fix

Quick Fix

  • Premixed formula
  • Hand warmers
    (good)
  • Affordable product
Xstream

X-Stream

  • Premixed formula
  • Hand warmers
    (cheap)
  • Budget product

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Where To Buy Xstream Synthetic Urine Near Me?

At the moment of writing this review, Xstream urine is:

  • Not available on Amazon
  • Sold out on eBay
  • Available at Xurine
  • Available at Paradise Novelties

It seems there’s no warranty or returns provided for this product, unlike premium brands.

Conclusion

Xstream synthetic urine wouldn’t be our first choice for passing a drug test, because it’s made for pranks and fetish purposes. If you do have options, go with Quick Fix Plus, as this product has more than 99% success rate. That said, people are using Xstream to pass cheap drug tests; just pay attention to the temperature strip reading — it should be in 94-100 degrees range.

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