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FAKE PWD PRODUCTS- A little Info

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Topic created by POPPERKING
on Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 14:53

POPPERKING said on Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 14:53...

After Joe Miller owner of PWD died the rights were purchased by another company in the USA in 2014.

They do produce the PWD brand but is is not available outside the USA.

THERE IS NO LICENSED RETAILERS OUTSIDE THE USA.

Locker room was a PWD Brand ( not a separate company)

JJ's site Has not been active since 2016 when Canadian legislation changed.

JJ's site https://www.junglejuiceplus.com

pbyp.com.au is selling cheap chineese knock offs. Smell the same but have no effect. so are all the other sites listed by Blahh blahh blahh (above)

The company that took over the PWD rights are :
https://nitro-solv.com

They go into great depth to show how to spot the fake PWD products.

Errr... said on Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 17:39...

The company that took over the PWD rights are :

Errrr...no. That would be Pac-W. Distrib. NV LLC.

Nitritespecialist said on Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 20:29...

PWD stood for Pacific West Distributing...I believe. They distributed Joe Miller's poppers that I assume were being made in Indianapolis, IN.

Locker Room is both a company and brand. Lockerroom Marketing is in BC, Canada and they still makes and sell poppers. Supposedly they "owned" the Jungle Juice brand.

Locker Room was an obvious brand, because as stated, N-butyl nitrite, when left open in a room, gives the room a distinctive locker room scent. The other types of nitrites DO NOT give this distinctive odor. I bought 95% Butyl Nitrite from Sigma Aldrich last year. I accidentally left it open in my room for 5 or 10 minutes. The second I returned to my room, the odor hit me immediately and there was no question that it smelled exactly like a locker room.

Nitritespecialist said on Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 20:32...

I have purchased the new PWD's halo poppers - two 30 ml bottles. The first was very strong, but the primary effect was throbbing arteries, which wasn't very pleasurable. The second bottle was much weaker, ineffective at loosing my ass, and made my throat hoarse from acid. I never bought another.

Nitritespecialist said on Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 20:35...

The PWD halo poppers I bought both smelled similar. Presumably, they were isobutyl nitrite, but the odor certainly was different from the Tokyo Chemical 95% isobutyl nitrite I bought once. The odor of TCI's IBN was very very sweet, pungent and just like nail polish removing compounds. It was NOT a pleasant odor. It was a sweet, chemical odor, not similar to anything fruity/edible as is n-butyl nitrite.

boss said on Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 22:50...

@Nitritespecialist what is Locker Room's site, contact details?

Anonymous said on Wed, 6 Jan 2021 at 11:32...

Trademarks are not always simple. Very often some trademark is not for all the world (can you believe dear US residents your country is not all the world). Or the trademark can be sold or licenced. And sometimes and very often the formula of the product is different in other countries.

And when speaking of poppers it is possible that some name has not trademarked status.

Saggy Balls said on Wed, 6 Jan 2021 at 13:51...

I remember probably 15 years ago or so buying a few bottles of Rush that had the manufacturer listed as " Rusty Anchor Products " Strange name I know. That's probably why I remember it. Must have been a fake from even 15+ years ago.

Errr... said on Thu, 7 Jan 2021 at 11:49...

Rusty Anchor Products - not a fake, but the real name during "Nail Polish Remover" era. Before "Solvent" - "Circuit Board Cleaner" :-)

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