Review By: mp123 - State: Alabama

Vendor: Lost-Identification


Introduction

I won a raffle to review IDs for Lost. I picked their new Ohio because I am from OH and I was curious to see how well theirs matched up. I know a lot of bartenders in Ohio aren't super familiar with the new ID. I was at a bar in my hometown like a month ago and my friend used his real nOH and the bartender tried to tell him it was fake because she had never seen the new ones before. Hoping this one will be close enough to use at bars at home because it's a small town and out of states are sus.


Communication: 8/10

The CS responded to all my questions, although sometimes it took a day or two.


Cost: 10/10

Got this for free in a raffle but they are on sale right now for $35 which I think is a really good price.


Shipping: 7/10

Got here in about a week in a half but this was around the holidays so I don't think that is too bad.



signature: 10/10

Not too thick or thin. Placed perfectly.



Pictures:



template: 7/10

Everything is spot on except it is missing two things when comparing it to a real ID: 1. The numbers of your birthday are punched on the ID vertically on the very left side of the ID of a real ID and 2. There is a second head shot on the back of a real ID, directly to the right of the barcode. Other than that this template is spot on. Everything is lined up correctly and looks just a real nOH.


photoshop: 10/10

Zoomed in perfectly on the face when compared to a real ID. The colors match up perfectly as well. Although the pictures are just black and white, it is still in the same shades as the real one.


holograms/OVI: 10/10

All Holograms are there.


uv: 10/10

As far as I could see, everything came up under UV.


scanning: 10/10

Everything is coming up on BCS. I haven't tried to swipe it at a gas station or anything yet.


conclusion: 8/10

This ID is impressive, especially for an early version. I probably wouldn't try it in state because most bartenders aren't as clueless as the one I encountered. I don't see why this should get turned down anywhere out of state though. I would definitely recommend.