It's got what we like to see - ingredients all clearly named and dosed. Not a proprietary blend in sight. A good company with a nice community spirit going and an interesting 'home brew' take on manufacturing
It's missing a couple of 'staple' test boosting ingredients and some of the doses are a little heavy handed but overall it's a great product at a good price. Well worth a look.
A great looking product from an award winning new company. Reasonably priced, and contains some good ingredients in the correct doses. Quite heavily weighted towards the kind of ingredients that originate from alternative/traditional far-eastern medicine and diet.
Fully disclosed ingredients and dosages, will definitely appeal to those who prefer the traditional path. Worth a go if you are on a budget, if you are willing to spend more there are better options.
BattleFuel XT is a good product from a good company. This is no hastily cobbled together array of 'flavour of the month' ingredients. However, it does feel a bit like they couldn't decide what to leave out so included them all.
8 pills a day and it's right at the top end of the pricing scale means that convenience has been sacrificed. They also say it needs to be cycled. Overall a well thought out product that's worthy of consideration.
This is a good solid product, there's no doubt. A strong formula let down in only a couple of places, no proprietary blend so we know exactly what is in it.
It's not cheap and there are better alternatives in it's price category but if your budget stretches to it and a vegetarian option is absolutely critical then this product should be worth considering.
A good quality brand, a company you can trust, a natural product that's fully disclosed. It's also very cheap. So what's the problem?
Well, it's cheap but it's missing a load of the ingredients that you'd want to see included in it - the company themselves recommend taking additional supplements to make up for this. The testimonials seem to be more about Dr Jim than Alpha Jym.
An absolute stack of ingredients in here. Which is part of the problem, too many ingredients means that the dosages suffer. Some quality proven ingredients here, a good one for each of the three key aims of the product.
Also a few ingredients which haven't performed as well in human trials. And a couple of duds too. Company very strong and trustworthy, price is steep at full price but shop around and there are better deals to be had.
This isn't a bad product at all. It's not a great product either though. Too heavy on the libido boosters and not enough seasoned test boosting ingredients in the mix. The dreaded Trib making an appearance too taking an eye-roling 450mg slice of the pie.
The company has been around for a long time though (since 2003), and in an industry packed with fly-by-night scam artists and shady characters it's nice to see a good company staying around. Pride Nutrition certainly have that to be Proud of.
There's the starts of a truly quality T booster here. With just a few more ingredients added and a rethink on how many servings you should take, this could be among the best out there.
Read this review to find out what it gets right and where it goes wrong.
This is a stellar lineup of ingredients. And it's cheap ... xtremely cheap.
So why isn't this 10/10 and top of our recommendation list? Well it's because wee have absolutely no idea about the dosages, and therefore how well it's going to perform in the field. Combined with a grim litany of reviews, we have to assume the dosages are letting this potential star down.
This is a product we'd love to rate higher as they have done so much right with it. They've let themselves down on some of the dosages though - some are over dosed whilst other important ingredients are under dosed. There are also a couple of duds in the mix, and whilst it's not expensive, it's not cheap either.