Last updated on July 20th, 2021 at 03:53 pm
SARMs are taking the fitness and medical world by storm. They are known to be very effective in helping the body thrive. Professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts alike consider this new class of drugs a safe alternative for anabolic steroids.
The great growth of this type of supplement has flooded the market with many suppliers. There are trusted vendors that have proven themselves in providing quality and reasonable prices. However, there are some companies that unfortunately don’t deliver on their promises.
99 SARMS is a Canadian-based supplier, which is different from most that are based in the United States. They claim to be the best supplier of SARMs that uses the highest-quality formulas. They also state that they are one of the few companies that ship to Australia, which is a country where there are strict regulations on SARMs and where they are nearly impossible to find.
Customer reviews are mixed, some users are satisfied with their products, but others are not happy with the quality of their products and other aspects. With such a divide on the market, should you try 99 SARMS for your fitness supplement needs?
Review of Website
Overall, the website is pretty decent. We found it easy to use and simple to purchase products. They provide a simple appearance that is pleasing to the eye, unlike some crowded websites.
The homepage includes information about the company and its products. The shopping menu has all categories organized with the various products they have in stock. The branding is a bit off. You would think they specialize only in SARMs, but it turns out that they also offer other types of products such as nootropics and bodybuilding supplements.
We would have liked to see the brand to be other than 99 SARMS. All in all, they do an okay job with their branding. The good thing about their catalog is that you’re easily able to find a particular item. Their search button makes it easy to purchase a product quickly.
The website also features a section for news. It is full of published articles about some of the products they sell. They educate consumers about the products, indicating benefits, side effects, and risks. However, it doesn’t seem like the information is recent and needs to be more regularly updated. The other issue we found with their news section is that there are no articles on popular SAMRs, which is what consumers that consider this vendor want to see.
Selection of Products
The online catalog is a great place to see a wide variety of SARMs. They seem to have all the popular SAMRs they offer in inventory. A great service they provide is bundling stacks where you’re able to buy various types of SARMs in one package at a discounted price.
SARMs found in their catalog include:
- Ostarine (MK-2866)
- Ibutamoren (MK-677)
- Ligandrol (LGD-4033)
- Testolone (RAD-140)
- Stenabolic (SR-9009)
- Andarine S-4
The options for stacks are as follows:
- Punisher Stack: S-23, RAD-140, YK-11, and Cardarine
- Bulking SARMs: LGD-4033, RAD-140, Mk-677, and a testosterone booster MOJO
- Fit 2.0: SR-9009, SR-9011, GW-501516, and Clenbuterol
- Fit Stack: SR-9009, GW-501516, and Clenbuterol
- 99 SARMS has a good selection, but they are only available in powder or capsules. They don’t carry liquids, which many people prefer. Besides SARMs, their catalog also carries two HGH products in the form of pills and injections (HGH Somatropin and IGF-1 LR3).
- The following testoterone boosters are available, however, they are not good quality. We have seen others on the market much better than the ones offered here. They are:
- Big D or Big Dick Pills
- MOJO powder
99 SARMS also carries a line of peptides including:
- Epitalon Peptide
- GHRP-6 acetate
- CJC 1295
- Modified GRF 1-29
- BPC 157
- Carnitor L-Carnitine
- PT-141 Peptide
Their nootropics include:
- ADRA-1 Ampakine Nootropic
- CBD Isolate
- Tianeptine Sulfate
- The company’s catalog surely has a comprehensive selection of products. Our biggest concern with this supplier is the quality they provide. We only recommend products of the highest quality, and 99 SARMS has not been able to prove the high quality we expect from trusted suppliers.
99 SARMS Quality Check
There are tons of suppliers on the fitness supplements market that boast about their quality, but only a select number of them can back up their claims. Sadly, 99 SA
RMS is not a vendor we feel comfortable recommending because of their lack of quality products.
To become a notable supplier that researchers and users trust, companies have to submit all of their products to third-party independent laboratories for testing. Suppliers then have to disclose the results to the public by providing a certificate of analysis that details all pertinent evidence including the name of the labs that performed the tests.
Deceitful vendors have many tricks up their sleeve when it comes to trying to bypass this very important step. There are some that publish old certificates, incomplete ones omitting lab information, or they simply falsify data. To the eye of a regular customer, it may seem good enough and that’s how they’re able to fool purchasers who select their products.
Since the industry is not yet regulated due to its research status, these dishonest companies are able to make profits by selling products that are not pure. Conducting independent tests with valid laboratories is one of the requirements for making it to the list of trusted vendors.
Since 99 SARMS doesn’t provide valid evidence to back up their claim on the quality, it is very disappointing to know they are still in business. It is plain false advertising and unethical business practices.
To put it in perspective, Science Bio is an industry leader when it comes to SARMs. They publish all results conducted by unbiased third-party independent labs that clearly show all the tests performed. The company is very open about its practices and has no problem sharing the results with the public. This is what a trusted supplier looks like, there are no exceptions!
Science Bio is so good at publishing recent results on their websites that they even included one for September 2020. It is certainly a company we feel comfortable recommending to our audience.
With such great inventory 99 SARMS has, it is a great shame that they don’t provide third-party lab analysis reports. For all we know, their products could be knock-offs from an unscrupulous factory in China.
Since most of the products the company offers come in the form of capsules, they tend to be more expensive. Here are some examples:
- One bottle of YK-11 containing 60 capsules at 10mg each is sold on their website for $84.73
- LGD-4033 of 120 capsules at 5mg each has a retail price of $79.83
- Cardarine of 120 capsules at 10mg each is $76.83 a bottle.
When you buy in bulk, you’ll be able to have a discount, 25% off when you buy five or more items at once. These prices are a bit higher than what you’ll find from other suppliers that provide true quality products.
The company accepts only three payment options: Bitcoin, Transferwise SWIFT payment, or to an email address for Canadian customers.
Shipping and Return Policy
You can expect a quick delivery once you place your order. The company expedites the order immediately and depending on your location, it can possibly come to your door in a matter of days with regular shipping.
The company processes returns only for special situations such as damaged products, wrong orders, or missing merchandise. Otherwise, you’ll have to order at your own risk and hope you like the product. Quality companies usually have a 30-day return policy for any reason you’re not happy with the product. This is another clue that tells us that 99 SARMS may not offer the high-quality products they claim to have.
If you need customer service, the company has a form on their site you can fill out or an email address. There is not a customer service phone line, which is very inconvenient for some people who like to speak to a real person. From online comments, we can see that they have a pretty good response time, often within 24 hours of the written request.
With the many suppliers that are out there for SARMs supplements, 99 SARMS is not one we would recommend. For a company with a good website and a large line of products in their catalog, it is concerning that they don’t provide laboratory analysis certificates.
This lack of transparency makes people very suspicious about their products. When it comes to SARMs and other supplements, providing purity and quality products is the leading characteristic of a successful vendor.
We hope 99 SARMS gets up to speed with what the market needs from a trusted supplier, but in the meantime, we cannot recommend this company as a quality vendor.