Last week I took the bold dive of ordering TEKMale. Yesterday, I read the newly released TEKMale review and wasn’t surprised to see that it breached the top spot on the top 10 male enhancers list. After only one week’s worth of use, I can tell you it feels like a jump up from Vydox (vydox review). Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate Vydox, however, after even as little as one week I can already tell that TEKMale is more potent. So now everyone is asking, is TEKMale worth the money?
That said, one week’s worth of time might not be the best determiner of effectiveness and I realize that. So it might be best that you all stay put until time passes and more consumer reviews roll in.
But for now, TEKMale is starting to appear to be the top dog in the male enhancer supplement market.
But one of the most contested aspects of supplements of any sort are whether or not they make financial sense to purchase. TEKMale, unlike many other male enhancers, discloses their ingredient amounts on a singular level. I firmly believe other competitors don’t do this because they don’t want you to see the amounts of each ingredient and do a price audit. This means, determine what the cost would be if you simply ordered the ingredients individually rather than as a complete supplement. I’m going to run a price audit on TEKMale, so their honesty in labeling will either be to their benefit or their detriment.
Before the price audit, let’s look at a few factors you need to take into account before reading further.
I compare using ingredients on Amazon which are well-reviewed. No sense drawing comparisons using bottom feeder products.
Your time and energy have value. Ordering bulk supplements can be laborious and tiresome. You need to assess that personal value (your time) and add it in yourself. I don’t know you. I have no idea what your time and energy are worth! But seeing you are reading my article, I am going to assume you are a brilliant contribution to the world and that your time IS worth a good amount!
Is TEKMale Worth The Money? Ingredient Audit Below
L-Arginine 650 mg
I found a six month supply from a name brand and highly review source on Amazon (here). Its a 6 month supply listed at $22.40 (as of the current date). That’s $3.60 per month.
Organic Horny Goat Weed 300 mg
Here are 60 capsules at $48. So a two month supply (here). That’s $24 per month.
Saw Palmetto 300 mg
Here’s a 4 month supply at $15.95 (here), so $4 per month
Tongkat Ali 200 mg
Here’s a two month supply at $19.95 (here), so $10 per month.
Ginkgo Biloba 100 mg
Here’s a 2-month supply at $32.59 (here), so $16 per month
Korean Ginseng 100 mg
$22.99 for 3-months(here). So $7.60 per month.
Tribulus Terrestris 100 mg
90 day supply at $20.79 (here), so $7 a month.
Zinc 5 mg
Here’s a 30-day supply at $20 (here).
Maca Root Extract 250 mg
This version comes to $8 a month (here).
But that’s not completely the entire story. The fact is, you are purchasing a slew of products, some are on Prime, but many aren’t. They ship from a variety of regions around the world and come with different shipping costs. So your real total if you ordered all I stated above is $180. That’s with savings IF you apply for an Amazon CC. Check it out yourself.
What’s worse is all the products will arrive on differing schedules. Maybe that’s not a terrible thing initially, but imagine reordering? You can subscribe to some of them, but not all. You’d have to remember to reorder items constantly or risk going without them for possibly weeks at a time in some cases.
Now, TEKMale as a single supplement which contains all of the above comes to….$75. And rather than putting in 9 different orders at different times of the month, you can order this just once (or have it placed on your Amazon subscription shipping).
Of course, if you chose to go to a brick and mortar vitamin store, you’d have to account for the cost of gas, your general level of patience and tolerance of other human beings, and consistently fluctuating pricing models. And yes, whether or not a supplement is in stock (that’s the biggest complaint I have with driving to a store).
Nevertheless, I sure hope my TEKMale pricing audit was helpful. Is TEKMale worth the money? I’d say by a landslide.