About Force Factor Test X180
Force Factor Test X180’s quite notorious for poor marketing ethics and customer service specially when it comes to autoship scams. Just look at this complaint right here. It’s a shame since this is quite a decent T-booster too.
Right on the label it says it makes you a beast both in the gym and in the bedroom which means this so-called T-booster isn’t taken solely for boosting testosterone. We also notice on the label how they don’t really promote being a T-booster as much as they promote themselves as a pre-workout supplement.
Now let’s see what they have in store for us.
- Serving size: 1 capsule
- Serving per container: 60
- Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol) – 200 IU (50% DV)
- Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride) – 2 mg (100% DV)
- Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) – 10 mcg (167%)
Growth Enhancement Matrix – 400 mg
Testofen®, Siberan Ginseng [(Eleutherococcus senticosus) (root extract) (min 0.8% B&E eleutherosides)], Panax Ginseng [(root extract) (30% total ginsenosides)], Cordyceps sinensis (7% cordycepic acid), Tribulus terrestris (fruit)
Let’s call out the small ingredients first:
- Vitamin D3 is a great testosterone booster but the dosage will do next to nothing.
- Vitamin B6 can boost testosterone but they used the weak and cheap form. P-5-P is better.
- Vitamin B12 has no effect on testosterone.
Now that the small guys are done let’s check out their Growth Enhancement Matrix which is what represents their product at dose of 400 mg.
- Testofen is a premium brand of fenugreek, a decent testosterone booster (at most) but more of a sex enhancer.
- Siberian Ginseing is not a T-booster at all. It’s actually a good stress fighter.
- Panax Ginseng is a known T-booster and even improves sex performance.
- Cordyceps maintains the balance between testosterone and estrogen.
- Tribulus terrestris is one of the best libido enhancers but not for testosterone.
This testosterone booster is more of a sex enhancer than anything else. They seem to say that if you get a good erection that means your testosterone is up.
The only thing we love about Force Factor Test X180 is the use of quality ingredients such as Testofen, Panax Ginseng, and Cordyceps. They have the makings of a decent booster but not only did they choose to add unnecessary ingredients but they also fell short on their dosages for B6 and D3, vitamins guaranteed to boost testosterone greatly.
We also don’t like that they chose to hide their special blend which leads us to assume the dosages based solely on order of ingredients. We hate proprietary blends because of this and we can’t fully evaluate just how effective their formulation is.
As an example we see Siberian Ginseng as the second big ingredient in the blend but it’s not a T-booster at all. We are left wondering why some of these ingredients made it into the final formula of a supposedly testosterone boosting supplement.
Gets you hard, has you lifting a little bit better, and barely acts like a T-booster. You’ll feel something alright but we hope it’s more than just an erection.
Who should use it
Older men should be the primary target of the Test X180 despite how they market themselves as a kind of pre-workout supplement they seem to be a sex enhancer.
Customers report of acne breakouts, sleeplessness, anxiety, and erections can last longer than they want it to. This is all despite how the site claims they’re clean.
Pricing & Buying info
- 1 bottle (1 month): $69.99 available at GNC.
Force Factor Test X180 alternatives
Test X180 aims to be a pre-workout more than a testosterone booster despite marketing themselves as one. Although it has a few quality ingredients, the presence of a proprietary formula makes it difficult to evaluate since we don’t know the exact quantities of these ingredients. Instances like these will make you opt for a different product and for now we recommend Tongkat Ali by Herbolab due to their simple yet concentrated one-ingredient formulation.