Urine tests

If you need to pass a test, you will need the right product for the job. For that you need to know what sort of urine test you are getting (EMIT or GCMS), then choose between products designed for light or heavy users. For this purpose, a light user is someone who smokes once a week or less; a heavy user is someone who smokes more than once a week.

If you don't know what sort of test you are getting, choose Quick Fix, which will beat any urine test. Quick Fix is by far our most popular drug testing solution.

EMIT test: ‚Äč

usually performed by local hospitals or doctors, or at places like MedLab or LabPlus. Lighter users can choose a Flush like Quick Clear, while heavier users should choose Quick Fix.

GCMS test: 

performed by the government's testing lab ESR in Auckland or Wellington. A private company called NZ Drug Detection Agency (NZDDA) performs onsite screens in their own truck, with failures confirmed by GCMS. Use Urine Luck or Quick Fix.

Instant screens (onsite): 

due to the unreliable nature of cheap onsite screens, they do not meet the NZ Standard, are not evidential, and there is no product that is absolutely guaranteed to beat them. This is because, depending on the brand used, between 1-in-10 and 1-in-20 people will return a positive result even if they have used no drugs at all. Importantly for employment and legal purposes, they do not meet the NZ Standard unless confirmed by a proper lab test (which must be either EMIT or GCMS). It also means testers are well used to their cheap onsite screens giving an incorrect positive result. Our products will probably beat any onsite screen but most importantly are guaranteed to beat the proper lab test.

Self test kits:

Use our U-Test self-testing kits. We believe these are the most accurate screens available. Calibrated to the NZ Standard.