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Buy a few fent analogue test strips from dance safe for $2 each shipped. Also, if you want to get the absolute bare minimum, just buy a Marquis test kit for $20. It allows you to test for the presence of most non-fent opioids, usually can distinguish the "important" ones like say oxycodone from heroin, can detect all the regular opioids like codeine, hydrocodone, morphine, hydromorphone* (read later, can be misread as acetylfentanyl), oxymorphone, methadone, O-DSMT* (looks also same as some fents though), etc.
It can also half-ass test for MDMA/MDA on its own (still 5-APB and 6-APB can often slip by just the Marquis), and detects both speed/meth and most bath salt cathinones. AND, while it can't detect cocaine directly, it can find amph/meth cuts, and bath salts. Marquis can even detect levamisole cuts if there's enough, because it fizzles with no color change.
It ALSO can technically detect several forms of fentanyl/fentanyl analogues (Acetylfentanyl as red>orange, butyrfent as reddish orange or red>orange, fentanyl as orange>brown, furanylfentanyl as brown, and 4-FBF (a fentalogue) as orange), as well as MT-45 (opioid RC) as faint light brown, O-DSMT (red>orange), and others.
Unfortunately, Marquis doesn't detect benzos besides phenazepam for sure.
If you have to choose between 10-15 fent strips, or a Marquis test kit for the same price, 100% choose the fent test strips. HOWEVER, here is why you truly do "need" both.
When I say the Marquis can "detect" fent and a few of the fent analogues, let me be clear that if pretty much any other substance is also in your dope/pressed pill that would change the reagent color result (even non-drugs can change the results), chances are the fent-related colors will be blended in with the other substance at best, or completely overridden/overpowered by the other drug at worst.
So why bother with getting Marquis ontop of fent strips then? Let's say your dope is a relatively new fent analogue, or perhaps a non-fent RC opioid that's not fentanyl related WHATSOEVER. Both scenarios result in negative fent test results, especially non-fent ones.
BUT, if you have the Marquis test, you can test it for what you'd actually want in your dope/roxies (heroin, oxycodone, even hydrocodone, oxymorphone, etc).
The only opis that are potentially color conflicting that I know of for Marquis are hydromorphone being yellow>red, and Acetylfentanyl being redish orange.
You can not only test your dope or pills for fent; you can test your dope for dope or roxies for oxycodone. What if your dope tests negative on the fent test strip, but then either tests "clear"/no reaction on the Marquis reagent test, or tests as a color that's not even close to heroin/oxy/whatever you want. It likely means the manufacturer is using a fentalogue blend they KNOW can "fake" even the best fent test strips, OR it means your dope/roxies contain another RC opioid entirely, that's neither fentalogue nor heroin!
Warning: rambling below about LSD; skip if you don't gaf about LSD
And on a side note, Marquis can even do a half-ass decent job of differentiating LSD from its common fake counterparts, and does a good job of differentiating 1p-LSD, which apparently even the fucking reagent specifically made to test LSD (the Ehrlich reagent) can't detect 1p-LSD, OR ALD-52, OR , and to top it off, it's "way" of testing for the shitty fake acids (entire 25x class, entire DOx class apart from DOI), is that if it comes back with no reaction/change at all, then that means it COULD be any variety of fake acid.....or just 1p-LSD/ALD-52 which are just as good/safe/fun as LSD, or a completely inactive tab! To top it off, the "testing" for Ehrlich in regards to LSD simply detects what are called indoles, and let me tell you, indoles are easy and cheap as FUCK to acquire and place on blotter alongside 25i. One example is melatonin, where you just spray like 1/100th of one melatonin tablet on a paper blotter already laced with a 25x or a DOx apart from DOI, and the LSD test will have both a false positive for LSD, and a false negative for 25x/DOx. Meanwhile, the Marquis "all-in-one" reagent actually tells you its a 25x or a DOx and often which one it is, and while using Marquis it is true LSD does show as a somewhat closely similar color to a grand total of just two LSD fakers out of possible dozens...25b-nbome, and 25I-NBF, as well as the fact Marquis can't detect DOM, it's still IMO definitely not too hard to visually tell the difference between LSD and anything I didn't mention. Combine that with the bitter-spitter taste test likely being accurate for all three listed, the fact that you can just eat it immediately choosing oral over sublingual which presumably makes both of the 25x nearly or totally inactive, and that DOM is one of the least common DOx by merit of it having been specifically illegal in the US for much more than a decade, and ultimately IMO the risk of consuming "fake" LSD using solely the Marquis reagent, at least when consumed orally and not sublingually, is basically less than 1 in a million. You could even cut a sliver of the tab and shine it under a UV black light, and if it's real LSD it should be a blue hue, whereas generally substituted phenethylamines e.g. DOM, don't shine blue under black light.
So anyways, if y'all are cheap and would never consider spending ~$100-130 including shipping for a full set that tests for every niche thing, all you need to be able to test your drugs with an ability of somewhere between half-ass and pretty damn good depending on the substance is to get just the Marquis reagent for $20+ shipping, and say a 10 pack of fent test strips for $20 shipped.
When your dope test negative for fent and then reacts reddish purple from your Marquis test, or your roxy tests negative for fent and reacts pale violet, you'll know with pretty much 100% certainty that your shit is real.
These dancesafe strips can detect these fentalogues for sure, and has a decent chance of catching other newer ones:
Fentanyl Butyryl-fentanyl Tetrahydrofuran fentanyl Acrylfentanyl Cyclopropylfentanyl Acetylfentanyl 3-Methylfentanyl Carfentanil Sufentanil OH-thiofentanyl Furanylfentanyl p-Flourofentanyl Flouroisobutyryfentanyl
Not all test strips are equal. A U of California San Fran study found that 4 out of 5 different test strips failed to detect carfentanil, which will fucking kill you. One third of the manufacturers tested had test "strips" that produced false negatives for EVERY fent/fentalogue listed here.
Absolutely...been going back in the archives and saving this stuff to easily copy pasta.