Quick Take: With Test X180 VS High T, you have two natural testosterone supplements whose formulas look similar. After all, they’re both proprietary and are the original testosterone boosters of their respective brands. Beyond what appears on the surface though, both these products are actually quite opposite as they seem to be suited for different demographics. Let’s get this review going and see which one suits you better.
Test X180 Features
- This product is the blueprint for all the testosterone boosters under the Test X180 line of T boosters (e.g., Ignite, Tempest, Alpha, Genesis, Alpha King)
- According to Force Factor, Test X180 is carefully formulated “to provide the boost that every man needs”
- Manly vitamins D, B6, and B12 are found outside the Test X180 prop blend. Their dosages are low though.
- The Growth Enhancement Matrix also struggles with dosage but the quality of its ingredients are superb
- Premium Fenugreek (Testofen®) is Test X180’s primary ingredient
- Click here to read my full review on Test X180
High T Features
- This is the original High T formula but King Fisher Media has several more variants (e.g., High T Black, High T Pro)
- Advertised to help “reverse your natural testosterone decline”
- The vitamins outside of High T’s prop blend aren’t all testosterone boosters but they synergistically help delay the side effects of ageing
- The High T® Proprietary Blend is unique in that it uses two top-shelf forms of Fenugreek
- Total dosage looks fine but the quality of the ingredients inside the prop blend are even more impressive
- Click here to read my full review on High T
Test X180 VS High T: My Analysis
As you might have already noticed from the features listed above, Test X180 VS High T have quite a bit of similarities. For instance, they’re both their respective manufacturer’s original testosterone supplements. They both also have prop blends filled with great ingredients. Plus, they both rely heavily on Testofen®. So…
What is Testofen®?
Testofen® is a popular brand of Fenugreek. The herb itself is already an invigorating supplement with multiple benefits on sex and bodybuilding. However, what sets Testofen apart from its generic counterpart is that it’s a research-backed testosterone booster that caters specifically to the older population.
That said, what makes Test X180 VS High T different?
Test X180 has benefits that are more suitable to younger men
The Test X180 formula starts with 3 vitamins outside its prop blend. Namely, there’s Vitamin D, B6, and B12. Among these vitamins, D and B6 are great for testosterone. However, they’re both dosed too low to have any sort of significant impact. Unfortunately, Test X180’s prop blend – the Growth Enhancement Matrix – also doesn’t have much going for it when it comes to dosage. With a total daily dose of 800 mg divided among 5 ingredients, I’m frankly a bit disappointed.
Regardless of dosage though, I’m still not seeing a whole lot of testosterone boosts from the Test X180 prop blend but I do think it’s capable of boosting libido and physical performance. Despite being advertised for older men, I think Test X180 is best suited for young men who don’t need powerful test boosts but still want a better sex life and gym experience.
High T specifically targets the ageing male population
Like Test X180, High T has vitamins outside its prop blend. Specifically, there’s Vitamin E, B6, and B12. Unlike Test X180 though, these vitamins are getting appropriate dosages. Aside from boosting testosterone (B6) and sperm health (B12), the two B vitamins also help convert food into energy. With Vitamin E’s antioxidant properties, these vitamins are now synergistically boosting stamina while also protecting our cells from the free radicals that come from the conversion of food into energy.
Moving on, the High T® Proprietary Blend slightly fares better when it comes to dosage (900 mg for 5 ingredients). What makes it so unique though is that it has two different versions of potent Fenugreek. Personally, I think this gives it a better chance of boosting testosterone. Along with Tongkat Ali and Rhodiola’s effect on stress, I see this prop blend adding to the synergy of the vitamins and increasing the chance of this stack to delay the ageing process.
Test X180 VS High T Summary
- Low dosed vitamins that were supposedly great for male health
- The prop blend’s ingredients have superb quality but the low total dosage severely limits their effectivity
- Weak testosterone booster but may have an impact on sex and muscle growth
- $69.99/bottle of 60 capsules on Force Factor’s website
- Adequately supplied vitamins that synergistically increase stamina and free radical protection
- The prop blend has a slightly more decent dosage with two forms of Fenugreek taking center stage
- Overall benefits help fight the side effects of ageing and low testosterone
- $37.49/bottle of 60 capsules on King Fisher Media’s website
Conclusion: Which is Better?
I think I’ve made it pretty clear what demographic these two products suit best with Test X180 being better for younger men and High T being tailor-made for the older population. Regardless of demographic though, High T is the better testosterone booster in my opinion. I don’t think it’s among the best testosterone supplements this early in 2018 but compared to Test X180, it has the advantage. Plus, I like how it specifically and synergistically counters the inevitable ageing process.
On the other hand, Test X180 is, quite frankly, weak. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad supplement. It’s a feeble testosterone booster (duh) but because it’s able to boost libido and a bit of physical performance, I still think it’s okay for male health.