tree base klear
tree base klear has a website that’s been there for years, so take their word for it on their products.
Tree Base Klear is a brand so mature that there’s footage of their swag at the Coachella festival, a statement which feels like it belongs to a different era in the COVID-19 pandemic.
We did review a TBK cart way back in 2018, but the reviewer was not thrilled. However, that was from a submitted review and for all we know, maybe the cart was suspect?
Again, the colors on the packaging are different.
You can also see the fake cart on the right does not have clear oil. And finally, the central rod in the cartridge on the right is way thicker than it should be!
The thicker rods in the cartridges is a common feature we’re seeing in fake packaging.
The center rod is thicker to skimp you on oil, which is a feature many black market oil distributors obviously appreciate.
It’s not always worth pointing out because it’s a hard detail to spot for the untrained eye, but this time it is really blatant.
And here is yet another typo discover on yet another fake Tree Base Klear from last month:
I’ll have to check back, but I think we just broke a record for highest number of counterfeiting mistakes on a fake cart brand.
It’s been a long time since we found knock-off packaging of this poor a quality.
A theory: Since TBK is such an old brand,
the counterfeits could have been print a long time ago and are just now getting use.
With these companies stocking up and selling in bulk,
it makes sense that some pallets of packaging would sit around a warehouse for months, perhaps years, before shipping.