SipChip™ is a coin-sized drug test that helps you drink more safely.
One drop of liquid is all it takes to see if your drink has been spiked. Get results in as little as 30 seconds.
Here's how SipChip™ helps you stay safe.
SipChip™ fits in our key fob or phone holder, or carry it in your purse, wallet, or pocket so you're always prepared.
When you're ready to test, use your finger or a straw to add one drop of your drink to the test. SipChip™ works in drinks with or without alcohol.
SipChip™ detects most common date rape drugs including roofies, xanax, and valium in as fast as 30 seconds, with 99.3% accuracy.
Two lines means you’re in the clear. One line means your drink is drugged. Don't drink it. And just like a pregnancy test, discard the SipChip™ after one use.
Starting at $14.99
"It's roughly the size of a coin, easily attached to a keyring, and works in much the same way as a pregnancy test."
"...if there’s any doubt about what you’re about to sip, this one-dab test could be the game changer."
"The kits are a much-needed addition to women’s lives…"
"Having the test to keep me completely informed was seriously liberating. My friends and I also realized we could also use it on each other’s drinks if we thought one of us was acting strange or felt sick out of the blue."
"[I]t's certainly not a solution to sexual assault or rape culture — unfortunately, that's not going away with the introduction of any product. But it does present a gender-neutral option for people who may feel safer having these tests on hand, and that's at least a step in the right direction."
"If you're out and have even a hint of a bad feeling, you can just pull it out and quietly fingertip-test your drink. Even after a few drinks, when you're not at your most subtle and your aim isn't great, it's still pretty easy."
of college students have been drugged or suspect they were drugged.
University of South Carolina Study (2016)
American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime.
National Institute of Justice & Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Prevalence, Incidence and Consequences of Violence Against Women Survey (1998)
of all college students experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence, or incapacitation.
National Crime Victimization Survey, 1995-2013 (2015)
Which is why we partner with organizations including It's On Us to build a culture of consent, bystander intervention, and support for survivors.
Together, we’re responding to the real safety challenges of today while pushing for a future where these kinds of crimes no longer happen.
And until that happens, we’re using the power of science to provide the clarity we need, when and where we need it.
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