Blue Transformers from Sunrise, in South Florida (above).  Are they the same bad Blue Transformers (below) that were tested in Detroit recently, and are suspected to contain piperazine?

Let’s look at ximannyfreshix’s submission to

Date Submitted: June 17, 2010, 8:57 pm GMT
Submitted By: ximannyfreshix
Name: Transfomer
State/Province: South Florida -Sunrise
Logo: Deceptacon
Colour: Blue
Shape: Deceptacon Head
Texture: Hard & Smooth
Report Quality Rating: not rated
Description: Marquis-

I applied Marquis to a small scraping from the pill and it slowly turned dark purple/black. Took about 30 seconds to turn really dark.


– I applied Robadope to a small scraping of the pill and saw no color change excluding a small amount of Blue due to the color of the pill.


– I applied Simons to a small scraping of the pill and it immediately swirled cobalt blue and got a little darker in about 15 seconds. After 30 seconds it was dark blue.

Not to sure if I should take these. They look clean, but weak. Can anyone throw some comments my way? I’m in South Florida but I dont know if they are from around here. I havent seen transformers in a while.

*Note* After holding the pill for a little bit I saw blue on my fingers from the dye. Dont really know what that means but I thought I would let you guys know.

Suspected Contents: Unknown
Rating: Tested Only
Warning: no
Tested: yes
Marquis Reagent: Purple
Robadope Reagent: No Reaction
Simons Reagent: Blue
Consumed: no

We’ve seen competent reports ximannyfreshix before, and ganjen in Detroit is a very competent tester, and I’d dare say she’s becoming a force in America’s underground testing scene.  They both got a very late purple reaction on the Marquis Reagent, which, if it doesn’t go black, blue, or purple within a few seconds, means something is wrong.

Just a hunch, but I’d say these are the same bad pill, and that all of North America needs to watch out for it.

Be Careful,

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