SciFit TriCuts III Review
TriCuts III claims to be a triple-threat diet fat burner that is guaranteed to provide:
- Accelerated Metabolism
- Extreme Energy
- Mental Focus
Originally, the predecessors to this product had contained ephedra. Since the ban of ephedrine-containing diet products by the FDA in 2004, SciFit had to come up with some legitimate formula to replace it. Is this product “legit” or just a “replacement”?
SciFit TriCuts III Ingredients
The company replaced what was a formula that relied heavily on the effect of ephedrine with the following blend:
- Guggul Lipid Extract – 600mg – standardized for 60mg guggulsterones
- Guarana Extract – 400mg – standardized for 200mg caffeine
- Coleus Forskolii – 300mg – standardized for 60mg forskolin
- L-Tyrosine – 200mg
- 7-Keto DHEA – 150mg
- Octopamine – 150mg
- Yohimbe Bark Extract – 125mg – standardized for 10mg yohimbine
- Caffeine – 100mg
- Bioperine – 5mg
- 3,5-Diiodo-L-Tyrosine – 200mcg
If you’ve looked carefully, you have noticed that this formula contains 300 mg dose of caffeine plus other stimulants such as yohimbe. This is a very strong dose to be taken at once and may cause many dieters to feel anxious, short of breath, even dizzy and nauseous.
SciFit TriCuts III Marketing
To be honest, SciFit doesn’t really try that hard to sell this product. Sure, they’ve put the pills in pretty red and white capsules under a fairly flashy label and they call it “revolutionary,” but it is mainly sold through distributors and doesn’t really provide much information about itself in general.
SciFit TriCuts III Price
Listed by the main company site at $54 per 30-day bottle, this would appear to be a pretty pricey product. However, most distributors sell it for around $20. This price discrepancy shows just how over-priced the company made it.
SciFit TriCuts III Guarantee
There is no mention of a satisfaction guarantee through any of the distributors or main site, only basic return policies for unopened products.
SciFit TriCuts III Conclusion
This certainly isn’t a terrible formula purely in terms of its ingredients. The company went out of its way to include some great ingredients like 7-Keto DHEA, Coleus forskohlii and bioperine. The biggest issue here is the fact that with so much caffeine plus 10 mg of yohimbe, most people would find this formula to be way too much stimulation for comfort. It may even be very unsafe for some. Without a guarantee this isn’t an ideal or safe buy for a diet pill.