Optipatch Review (Discontinued)
Since writing our review of Optipatch, this product has since been discontinued and is no longer available for purchase. Based on the other penis patches we’ve tested and reviewed, we’d suggest and recommend ProEnhance instead.
If there ever was an award for a hyped up yet misleading penis enlargement patch, Optipatch would unfortunately win hands down.
This established penis enlargement patch has been around for a good number of years and although containing as good ingredients as its two main rivals (Proenhance and Vimax patch) preys on the lack of consumer understanding by pitching Optipatch as a penis enlargement solution.
Unfortunately unlike all the other penis enlargement patches we’ve reviewed, Optipatch does not include any form of penile exercise program hence will not increase the size of your penis.
Put simply Optipatch is more accurately a penis enhancement patch rather than a penis enlargement system as it provides absolutely zero means to actually increase the size of your penis.
Despite its short comings as a viable enlargement patch, Optipatch does have appeal for those looking for penile enhancement claiming to be 15% more effective than its pill counterparts. By using Optipatch you can expect to raise your sex drive and virility, achieve stronger erections thanks to the increase in blood flow, reduce the occurrence of premature ejaculation whilst improving your metabolism and amount of semen produced.
The Key Pros and Cons of OptiPatch
- 90 day refund policy after 60 days usage
- Expensive shipping
- Rather old, dated and misleading website
- Marginally better ingredients than Vimax and Proenhance
- No exercise program to aid enlargement
If OptiPatch was still available (given it’s now been discontinued) it’s definitely not a product I’d recommend – as a result it definitely gets a thumbs down!
In terms of ingredients Optipatch offers near identical formulas as ProEnhance and Vimax patch with the inclusion of Ginseng for detoxification and increased sexual energy, Damiana for strengthening the male sexual system and improving fertility, Fo-Ti which increases virility and combats erectile dysfunction, Gotu Kola and Saw Palmetto to improve fertility (although Saw Palmetto has been indicated to prevent the ability to identify prostate cancer) and Menthol which helps absorption of ingredients through the skin.
In addition Optipatch also contains Yohimbe which has been known to help impotence issues whilst also increasing the health and strength of erections.
In terms of price Optipatch only offers order values of between 1 and 5 months priced from $59.97 to $159.97 respectively. Placing an order online is processed through a 3rd party payment processor and although using secure encryption for security does feel very amateurish. Orders can also be placed over the phone (although only on Canada time zone) as well as by mail or fax.
Unfortunately shipping isn’t free and provides a hidden cost ranging from $9.95 to $50 depending on the type and speed of delivery. This makes Optipatch no less expensive than its competitors which is especially disappointing given that no penile exercise program is included.
Optipatch does not offer any form of bonus or incentive to encourage larger order values whilst the money back guarantee is limited to returns made within 90 days of the purchase date and the customer having tried the product for a minimum of 60 days.
In conclusion Optipatch provides an average list of ingredients that are very similar to its main rivals.
An old, outdated website, poor payment system and added cost of shipping is likely to put a lot of potential customers off however its the misleading nature of the product as a penis enlargement patch and the lack of a penile exercise program which would help consumers achieve an increase in size that’s most disappointing.
Ultimately for the same price you can get a better money back guarantee, better support and a penile exercise video guide that will actually help you to achieve a bigger penis. Optipatch is unfortunately one to be avoided.
Since writing our review of Optipatch, this product has since been discontinued
and is no longer avaliable for purchase.