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Boy or Girl Baby Gender Prediction Test. Pregnancy Gender Predictor Test

3.2 out of 5 stars 939 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • GENDERmaker urine-based baby gender prediction test is easy to perform at the comfort of your home
  • Find out if you are having a Boy or a Girl as early as 6 week of your fetal development
  • Gender prediction test results in less than a minute
  • The test turns pink or blue to predict the gender of your baby. The color may vary. Please use the color chart included with your test.

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  • Boy or Girl Baby Gender Prediction Test. Pregnancy Gender Predictor Test
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Product Description

Satisfy your curiosity with our easy to use urine baby gender prediction test. Are you having a Boy or Girl? With GENDERmaker urine gender test you can find out as early as 6 weeks of your pregnancy in the privacy and comfort of your home! Gender maker will satisfy your curiosity and give you results in just seconds. Gender Maker urine gender prediction test will speed up the time, and close the gap between your curiosity and gender determination. Get your urine gender prediction test today! What's included: Each gender predictor kit contains the test unit, the pipette, and the instructions of use. Please open the sealed packaging to find the following three items: Gender predictor test, pipette and instructions.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 2.5 x 0.2 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003YT6KEO
  • UPC: 793573845948
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (939 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,086 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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By Mutu on December 20, 2011
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I took this test when I was 7 weeks pregnant, result said a girl. Today I did my 18 week sonogram and it is actually my "princess. LOL.
I have 3 boys so, this is a wonderful news for us.
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I took the test two weeks before my ultra sound. I was 18 weeks and the test was very clear and it was pink and I found out that I was having a girl!
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I did not buy this product with the intention of it really revealing whether I am carrying a boy or girl. This might be our last pregnancy so I figured what the heck. I received the product yesterday and took it this morning, well after I did everything right, nothing happened. The control window didn't turn any color, it just looks wet. I have contacted Customer Service and will update later.

Overall, do not buy this product if you want a definite answer to what you are having, just wait until the ultrasound. But if you want something fun to do, then sure, go ahead.

UPDATE 11/30/11- I received a second test yesterday, followed all the directions correctly once again. And the color I got was PURPLE! Not a pinkish or bluish purple but dead-on purple. Once again, this is just for fun, do not buy this product thinking you will accurately get your baby's gender.
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I was very pleased with Gendermaker test. It is such a fun and easy test. I love it that the result showed a very clear blue color which stands for a boy. My entire family was filled with joy. We had our 20 wk appt yesterday, and the doctor announced, it's a boy! I would recommend Gendermaker to all my pregnant friends.
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When we found out we were pregnant my first thought like all males was "I want a boy!". When we were 6 weeks pregnant, I started looking at Gender Maker along with other brands to see if we could get a sneak peak at "boy or girl"... So, being paranoid and crazy all wrapped in one, I figured to buy 5 of these and test the results daily.

Day 1: blue/gray color, then turned to pink. We stared at it for 30 minutes.. Great, a failure so we thought.
Day 2: dark blue within 30 seconds
Day 3: light blue to dark blue
Day 4: gray to blue to purple
Day 5: purple

So, figuring we had some sort of blue each day, it was a boy. Giddy since.

Yesterday was our first gender ultrasound at 16 weeks and sure enough, GenderMaker was correct!

Now, everything wasn't as accurate in the instructions as Gender Maker makes it seems, so here is some advice on using it. Hydrate really well the night before. Use your first morning urine.. That means 4am for some folks if you have to get up to urinate. When filling the dropper (we peed in a red solo cup) fill it all the way...( after it cools for a few minutes to room temp). Don't just put a few drops and wait, keep adding more and watch the color dial change. It might make a mess but it saves time and frustration. Get a color match within the first three minutes. After sitting for a while, it turns funky colors of purple, pink, gray. So, all-in-all, it's a good product. If you want more accuracy, buy more than one. Nothing will compare to the 100% feeling of your ultrasound results so don't try to replace it with these.

From: Houston, TX
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My wife and I bought this knowing full well that any results would be for "novelty" purposes only, but the product failed to provide even that. I would have been happy if the result was pink and we ended up with a boy, and vice-versa; this is obviously a novelty item at best! However, the one thing that could make this truly useless, is the vague purple-ish color we got that indicates absolutely nothing! I've wasted my money in worse ways, but not for a while. You're better off taking your $20 and buying scratch tickets in the hope of starting a college fund.
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I am concerned here that the reviews that say "It was right for me!" get 30 positive "helpful" votes and those that say the same thing but mention that it was a wrong result, get downvoted to lots of unhelpful votes. It makes it seem very clear to me that these are either not honest reviews or the company is voting up/down the reviews it likes. I'm surprised Amazon hasn't looked into this.

Anyway, I purchased this test directly from the company and got a discount by playing their milk game that they have on the site.

My results came back blue-purple, but I've had a CVS and I'm definitely having a girl. I followed the instructions exactly.

So how does this test work? If you go to the company, site, this is what it says

"Reaction occurs when chemical compound is being dissolved and mixed with solute molecules in the urine resulting from biochemical activity within the cells of the body, and triggers the color dye elements that correlate to specific gender."

What do you think? Does that sound like they are making a claim of science, or does it sound like they are trying to make a non-scientific statement sound scientific? Because I'll translate the above ... "When you pee, it will cause either blue or pink ink to leak, and blue or pink are colors that people associate with boy or girl" To me, they are freely acknowledging that the test is no more than a fortune cookie.

I know it has stellar reviews here, but I am absolutely certain they are bunk reviews and artificially propped up. And that now my review is going to get trashed too. But I guess I'll deal with that. Who cares? Anyway, buy the test for fun, but don't be devastated if the results are wrong. It's absolutely just a fortune cookie.
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