Spectrum Labs is involved in another legal battle over its synthetic urine patents. This time against the makers of X-Stream synthetic urine, Aim High Investment Group, LLC. As you know, Spectrum Labs “Quick Fix®” synthetic urine is the ONLY patented product of its kind in this industry.
Two different laboratories have confirmed the presence of at least one of the biocides covered by Spectrum’s U.S. Patent Nos. 7,192,776 and 9,128,105 in X-Stream. Based on that testing and other evidence, Spectrum believes X-Stream infringes both patents and expects to prove infringement in the new lawsuit.
Spectrum Labs has invested significant time and resources into the research, development, and marketing of Quick Fix®. We intend to vigorously pursue any infringement of our intellectual property by anyone that chooses to manufacture or distribute infringing products.
The consequences of selling infringing products can be seen in our successful case in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of California: Dr. Greens, Inc. v. Spectrum Laboratories. The result… Dr. Greens, the maker of Agent X synthetic urine, owes Spectrum Labs nearly 4-million dollars based on lab testing that showed Agent X had one of the biocides covered by Spectrum’s patents.
Don’t be like Dr. Greens! Please ask for written confirmation from your synthetic urine supplier that the brands they sell do not infringe Spectrum’s patent.
Spectrum Labs is not trying to cause anyone problems, we are simply trying to protect our loyal customers. The easiest way to protect yourself and your customers is to simply contact Spectrum Labs for the one and only, original synthetic urine, Quick Fix®.
To learn more about why you should choose Quick Fix® and Spectrum Labs’ patented BIOCIDE technology, please visit our website www.urineluck.com.
If you suspect you have purchased an infringing product or have any questions regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact us via email and/or the number below.