Now available in a new easy-to-use squeezable plastic bottle! We have doubled the volume, too, so MORE tests per bottle! (New images coming soon! Please note the new larger size, bottle now contains .5 ounce, or 14.8 ml of Nickel Alert)
Nickel Alert (dmg spot test) tests for nickel in any metal item such as jewelry, watches, and belt buckles. Nickel Alert is sensitive enough to detect the presence of free nickel at a level as low as 10 ppm (parts/million)—a threshold below which only individuals with the most pronounced sensitivity to nickel would experience a reaction.
Within 30 seconds you will know if the item has even minute amounts of nickel. One bottle of Nickel Alert is sufficient for 200+ positive tests.
Let Nickel Alert test for nickel in your jewelry - NOT your skin!
COUPON IS STILL VALID IN 2018! WATCH AND LEARN MORE!
Nickel Alert™ allows you to easily test for nickel in any metal item—so your skin does not have to!
There is no cure for nickel allergy, just avoidance – Nickel Alert detects nickel so you can avoid it. Now you can quickly and easily test for nickel in less than a minute.
Nickel Alert is safe to use on even the finest of jewelry. One bottle of Nickel Alert is sufficient for 200 positive tests.
Earrings, watches, necklaces, rings, heirloom jewelry, fine jewelry, costume jewelry, “nickel-free” jewelry, buttons, belt buckles, eye glasses, silverware, zippers, jean studs and cell phones.
Did you know your Cell Phone could also be causing a reaction on your ear or cheek? That’s right, test your cell phone for nickel with Nickel Alert!
Recommended by leading Dermatologists and Allergists
Nickel Alert contains a flammable liquid and must be shipped via Surface Mail Only; it requires ORMD labeling to ensure it is not shipped via air. These precautions can add to delivery times.
Nickel Alert, Nickel Guard and Nickel Solution are intended for use only on metal items; these items should be tested in an inconspicuous place.
Nickel Alert will not harm metal, even in delicate heirloom jewelry. However, if the item being tested has been coated, such as with varnish or antique finishes, the coating can be dissolved with the use of Nickel Alert.
Some degree of evaporation may be expected but will not impact the effectiveness of the product.
How or where products are tested is not within our purview, these products are guaranteed for their effectiveness in the testing of and protection from nickel in metals, not for issues beyond our control.
Use Nickel Alert and Nickel Guard in well-ventilated areas.
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How to Measure Your Belt Size
Most of our belts are sized from the Buckle Fold to the Middle Hole. A 36” belt will have a middle hole at 36” and two holes on either side of the center spaced 1” apart each. A 36” belt can be worn as small as 34” and as big as 38”.
There are several options to determine your ideal belt size.
The ideal way is to measure your waist through your belt loops. This measurement is the size of belt you should purchase (i.e. if you have a 34” measurement, order a 34” belt).
An alternative option is to measure your old belt from the Buckle Fold to the Hole you use. If your belt measures 38” from buckle fold to the hole you use most; then order a 38” belt. This will give you a belt with 2 holes either side of the hole you use most.
If you still have questions, please call us! 704-947-1917