The gaming sector is bigger than it’s ever been, especially now that famous titles like Fortnite have broken through to the mainstream. We’ve seen a lot of things sold specifically to gamers because gaming is so popular. Today, we’ll take a look at Sneak, one of these products. Sneak Energy Drink that claims to boost energy, improve response speeds, sharpen focus, and deliver a steady supply of energy, allowing you to game and grind for extended periods of time. Each dish contains only 12 calories, contains no sugar, and costs $0.87 per serving. Could this be a coffee substitute? What are the most common energy drinks? Continue reading to find out!
Sneak is available as a “Taster Pack” ($8.85) that contains three 0.35 oz (1 serving) packs or a whole tub ($34.99) that contains 40 servings. Blue Raspberry, Stealth, Cherry Bomb, and Tropikilla are the current flavours available.
We received three complete tubs of Blue Raspberry, Stealth, and Cherry Bomb from Sneak. There’s also a shaker bottle and a sticker sheet. The shaker and stickers are also available for purchase on their website. I must admit, I am a big lover of their logo, and they have a whole line of merchandise as well.
Let’s speak about what’s in Sneak before we start using it. The Sneak nutrition label is compared to the Monster Zero Ultra nutrition label below (my go-to energy drink). Note that the Monster label specifies a serving size of two per container.
As you can see, these drinks are quite similar, despite the fact that Monster Zero Ultra contains 0 calories compared to Sneak’s 12. For those curious about the caffeine content, Sneak offers 150 mg of caffeine per serving against 140 mg in Monster. Please keep in mind that because Sneak is a foreign supplement, it is not subject to FDA regulation.
Unlike other store-bought energy beverages, Sneak is more of a dietary supplement. So it comes in powder form, and all you have to do is mix it with water and shake or stir it together.
So, to give you an idea of my usual day in terms of coffee/energy drinks, I start my day with a cup of coffee or Monster Zero Ultra for breakfast, and then around lunch, when the mid-day lethargy sets in, I’ll have another. That, I believe, is quite typical of most people.
So my first objective with Sneak is to use it to replace my afternoon energy drink. I find it difficult to concentrate in the afternoons, so if Sneak accomplishes what it claims, I will have much more productive afternoons.
I began drinking Sneak as my afternoon beverage about two weeks ago and haven’t looked back. Because it contains caffeine, it gives me the boost I need to get some work done in the afternoon. I wouldn’t say the “boost” differs significantly from Monster, but it is clearly noticeable. When it came to the boost, it didn’t make me feel jittery or anything like to what you may get from pre-workout.
Now, I’m not sure if I was more concentrated or not when it came to focusing. When I start my afternoon work, I am usually quite concentrated. I have had several late-night gaming sessions powered by Sneak, and while I believe it served its purpose, did it improve my gaming skills? Probably not, but it did allow me to play longer as I was not as tired.
We got the Blue Raspberry, Stealth, and Cherry Bomb flavours, as I said. Blue Raspberry is my favourite flavour, followed by Cherry Bomb; however, the Stealth isn’t all that great.
Is Sneak a good fit for you? It’s better for you than most energy drinks because it has only 12 calories, 3 grammes of carbohydrates, and no sugar. I used to just consume AMP! energy drinks, which contain 56 grammes of sugar, 31 grammes of carbohydrates, and 220 calories. It’s also only $0.87 a serving if you buy a whole tub of Sneak. Monster Zero Ultra is now available for $31.49 for a 24-pack, which comes out to $1.31 per serving.
If you’re searching for an alternative to energy drinks or coffee, I recommend giving Sneak a shot. If you don’t want to interrupt your game to acquire your coffee, they provide a Taster Pack that enables you to pick three varieties and should give you a good sense of what Sneak tastes like and how it will function for you. Also, have a look at their mech, which is very cool!