Quick Take: As of writing, Swiss Navy Testosterone only has 2 reviews on GNC while Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster has a whopping 246. Clearly, the latter is the more popular supplement. However, does its apparent edge on popularity mean its also the better testosterone booster? Maybe. Maybe not. Let’s get this review going and find out.
Swiss Navy Testosterone Features
- Made by Swiss Navy (MD Science Labs), this supplement isn’t the brand’s only T booster. It also has Triple X Testosterone Booster.
- As stated in their web page, Swiss Navy Testosterone was designed to “support testosterone and enhance sexual vitality”
- 10-ingredient formula with 7 of those ingredients’ dosages concealed in a proprietary blend
- Primary benefits seem to be boosting libido and blood circulation
- Zinc and tongkat ali are its only reliable testosterone boosters but even with these, the T boosts seem uncertain
- Click here to read my full Swiss Navy Testosterone review
Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster Features
- A product of Nugenix®, Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster is just one of many T boosters under the brand’s fleet
- Advertised to have “an exclusive compound of eight key ingredients”. I don’t know if that’s a typo but I’m only counting six
- Its Nugenix® Free Testosterone Complex is a prop blend of 3 ingredients sharing a 2103 mg total dosage
- Has zinc, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 outside its prop blend but only B12 gets a heavy dose
- Its ability to increase our favorite manly hormone seems weak but it might support improved libido and muscle function
- Click here to read my full Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster review
Swiss Navy Testosterone VS Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster: My Analysis
Like I said, Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster is by far the more popular supplement. However, just because Swiss Navy Testosterone isn’t catching the attention of people doesn’t automatically mean it’s inferior.
That being said, they do have one glaring similarity: both Swiss Navy Testosterone and Nugenix Free Testosterone use proprietary blends.
In case you didn’t know, proprietary blends only give us the sum total of the ingredients’ dosages rather than the specific dosages of the actual ingredient. This means we’re all left guessing how much milligrams an ingredient has and, subsequently, if it’s getting enough. I mean, I don’t have to tell you why this sucks, right?
Now that I’ve got that out of my system, let me give you a quick overview of what each supplement is about.
Swiss Navy Testosterone is more concerned about boosting sexual performance
First of all, Swiss Navy Testosterone has zinc, magnesium, and selenomethionine outside of its prop blend. Supposedly, these are manly minerals but among these three, zinc is the only one that’s getting an adequate dose. It does come in its cheapest form, however, so it might not even do much. Overall, I think Swiss Navy Testosterone is off to a very weak start.
Moving on to the meat of the formula, this product’s proprietary blend has 7 ingredients sharing a total dosage of 1480 mg. Considering how these ingredients are getting potent forms, I say that much dose should probably be adequate.
Now, in terms of its effects, Swiss Navy Testosterone has horny goat weed and tribulus terrestris as its top ingredients. These are popular herbs for naturally increasing male libido but honestly, they don’t do much, if anything for testosterone levels.
These herbs are then followed by ginkgo biloba, avena sativa, and L-arginine – ingredients with nitric oxide boosting potential. Therefore, they might also enhance blood flow which could lead to harder erections. Lastly, Swiss Navy Testosterone has tongkat ali to boost T but this herb is near the end of the proprietary blend. So, it might not even work.
Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster has fewer ingredients but is a more well-rounded supplement
Like its competitor, Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster has nutrients outside of its prop blend. Specifically, there’s vitamin B6, vitamin b12, and zinc. Sadly, neither vitamin B6 nor zinc look like they’re going to work because honestly, their dosages are just atrocious. B12, on the other hand, is great for energy and sperm.
Having said that, let’s move on.
Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster’s prop blend, which it calls Nugenix® Free Testosterone Complex, has a total dosage of 2103 mg. With only three natural ingredients (L-citrulline malate, fenugreek, and tribulus), that’s actually quite an impressive dose.
When it comes to benefits, L-citrulline malate is mostly used in pre workouts for its ability to boost energy, delay fatigue, and enhance circulation. Fenugreek is great for physical performance, too, but it can also increase testosterone and libido. Tribulus, as I’ve already said, enhances male sex drive.
Swiss Navy Testosterone VS Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster Summary
Swiss Navy Testosterone
- Zinc might be the only mineral outside of the prop blend that works. It has a pretty shi**y form though.
- The prop blend probably has an adequate total dosage but the ingredients’ forms look good
- Boosts bedroom performance through higher libido and stiffer erections. This may/may not come with T boosts.
- $49.99 per bottle (60 tablets) on the official Swiss Navy website and on GNC
Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster
- Has a massively dosed vitamin B12 to promote higher energy and better sperm
- Its prop blend has a solid, if not huge total dosage for just 3 ingredients
- Benefits include performance enhancements (stronger muscles, more energy, delay fatigue), libido boosts, and higher testosterone
- $69.99 per bottle (90 capsules) on the official Nugenix website; $57.99 per bottle on GNC
Conclusion: Which is Better?
Before I declare who the winner is, let me just say that neither Swiss Navy Testosterone nor Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster are part of my list of the best testosterone supplements this 2019. A huge reason why is because their use of proprietary blends make them unreliable, not to mention their end results aren’t exactly what I’d consider powerful.
Having said that, I think Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster is the better supplement. Despite having less ingredients, its dosage is so much better. This gives me a bit more confidence that it’s going to work. Swiss Navy Testosterone Booster, on the other hand, is weaker in all aspects except maybe for sex. So, for men who want to perform better in the bedroom, it seems like the more practical choice.