In this quick Umbrella Labs review, I’m going to talk to you about my own experiences with using Umbrella Labs, as compared to using SARMs from another well-known supplier.
A lot of things are changing in the SARMs world right now, and I’ll touch on why that can be impacting on quality and prices as well. It’s quite fundamental, and any SARMs review really needs to talk about it to keep you informed.
So sit back and buckle up for this rapid review, so you can decide with maybe a little more info on whether Umbrella Labs are legit, or a company to really be avoided.
Who Are Umbrella Labs?
Umbrella Labs have been around for a number of years now. They sell high-quality SARMs in powder, capsule, and liquid form. They’ve also been one of the few companies to sell high-quality and safe injectable SARMs. Although when I checked the website just prior to writing this review, they only had SARMs liquid for sale, no injectables, raw powder, or capsules.
The problem is that in the past year they’ve become unreliable. That’s been well-documented on social media. Sometimes they don’t have all the different forms, and a few months back they literally only had expensive capsules for sale (60 capsules for $120 is crazy).
Part of the problem is that raw powder SARMs supply from China is erratic. China passed a law under pressure from America at the end of last year to ban the creation and export of SARMs.
So, it could be that what’s coming through is patchy, which means they can’t get the supplies to make all the different forms of SARMs possible with the stocks they are managing to get their hands on.
It could also explain the variable quality. Umbrella Labs are getting quite a kicking on social media and places like Reddit because of variable results, and that’s certainly something I’ve found to be the case as well recently when I tried a batch of SARMs from them.
Umbrella Labs SARMs Vs Science.bio
I usually buy my SARMs from Science.bio because prices are low, far lower than Umbrella Labs. Both sell Chinese SARMs, but the quality of Science is always reliable and I haven’t had a problem in three years.
To give an example of the pricing’s you can see what I mean.
From Umbrella Labs, the classic SARM Ostarine costs $69.99 for 30 mL dropper bottle, dosed at 20 mg/mL. That’s a total dose in the bottle of 600 mg.
Now compare that to Science.bio.
Ostarine costs $49.99, again for 30 mL dropper bottle. But it’s dosed at 30 mg/mL, for a total dose of 900 mg. See you getting 1/3 more SARMs for ¼ less of the price. That’s a hell of a saving.
So as you can see, on price, there’s really no comparison. No prices on everything, and quality matters. I’m sure you’d rather pay more money for better quality SARMs, but does Umbrella Labs deliver that?
My Experience With Umbrella Labs SAMs
Because I review SARMs and like to experiment and see what the quality is a light, I did place a test order with Umbrella Labs.
I bought LGD-4033 and GW-501516 to stack together. I did a cycle of 12 weeks, and the results weren’t great. Certainly far less than I’d seen with the same stack the year before using Science.bio SARMs.
In fact, I felt distinctly strange at times. There was something not right, that I’ve never experienced before when using SARMs. I can’t put my finger on it even now, but as soon as I stopped using the Umbrella Labs SARMs the weirdness went away in a few days.
That might just be psychosomatic, but I’ve been using SARMs for several years and never had that sort of strange feeling.
So Is Umbrella Labs Legit?
So is Umbrella Labs legit? Well, I think the answer is yes and no.
Yes, they are a legitimate SARMs company. They deliver good quality SARMs, and lots of people see results with them are far above the baseline you can achieve using just natural bodybuilding and supplements.
However, in terms of quality and value for money, as you can see, Science.bio blows them out of the water on price.
Also, science independently tests every single batch of SARMs that they get in from China. They are tested for purity by an independent lab, and the purity reports are published on the product pages for you to see exactly what you are buying.
Now Umbrella Labs do that as well. However, that’s a recent thing because I’ve seen comments on Reddit from last year saying that there’s no way of proving the purity.
But some of those purity reports on the Umbrella Labs website are quite a few months out of date. I can’t believe that they are still selling the same batch of SARMs that they had tested six months ago. Can you?
This means the conclusion of my Umbrella Labs SARMs review has to be that there are better options out there.
Supplies from Umbrella Labs are sporadic, and sometimes they don’t have liquid for sale at all, just really highly-priced capsules.
I’m also dubious about the purity based on the weird feeling I had. Remember, that purity report is on the raw powder, that’s then turned into a liquid by the company themselves. There’s literally nothing to stop them adding stuff to the liquid once they’ve got the purity reports.
I’m not saying that’s what they’re doing, but the weird experience I had with the SARMs from Umbrella Labs is not one I’ve ever had before in several years of using SARMs.
My recommendation has to be to go with Science.bio. The SARMs are also Chinese, and I don’t know what’s going to happen about that in the near future as exporting SARMs in China is now illegal.
But in terms of pricing, purity, online feedback, and my own experiences, comparing the two, I simply could never recommend Umbrella Labs as your priority place to buy high-quality SARMs from.