Bionic Bond from Spark Innovators claims to be a multi-purpose epoxy that permanently bonds almost anything in just seconds. They insist Bionic Bond is 3 times stronger than cement and is great for all kinds of repairs around the house and can even be used underwater to stop leaks.

How Bionic Bond Works

Bionic Bond comes in a dual-chambered syringe that has a different epoxy in each side. To use Bionic Bond, they instruct you to squeeze the syringe onto the area that needs repair or attachment. They state that these two epoxies will then react to create a thermo setting polymer, making an airtight seal that can withstand up to 550 degrees.

They tout you can use Bionic Bond on concrete, stucco, brick, wood, metal, fiberglass, and more. Bionic Bond claims whatever you want to stick together, be it the heel of a shoe or metal-on-metal, it will do the job permanently without any gluey mess. 

Bionic Bond Costs:

$25 for 2 Bionic Bonds (pitched as $10 plus $7.50 in shipping for the first Bionic Bond and then an additional $7.50 in fees for the “bonus” Bond).

Bionic Bond comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, minus any fees. This means you will only get back $10 if you return it, and you have to pay to ship it back yourself.

Bottom Line: Is Bionic Bond Bogus?

Bionic Bond may indeed be a strong epoxy that will dry and stick stuff together; however, we could not find any customer reviews of Bionic Bond. 

Spark Innovators, the company behind Bionic Bond, currently has an F from the BBB, primarily due to a lack of information available about the company.

We’d also like to point out that the shipping and handling fees are more than the product itself, which to us is usually a “red flag” because they will make money off of you even if it doesn’t work.

In addition, their Privacy Policy allows them to use your name, address, telephone and email to try and sell you more stuff. They may also give this information to “reputable” third parties who may do the same. (You can opt-out of these intrusions but you need to send them an email.)

Although we don’t really understand the science behind Bionic Bond, we’ve certainly seen and used plenty of two-chamber epoxies in our life. In other words, Bionic Bond is hardly a new or original concept in adhesives.

And although they say their offer will “never” be available in stores, that claim is most likely not true. A secret that the “As Seen On TV” industry tries to keep is that more than 90% of sales of their products are indeed made through retail.

Therefore, we suggest if Bionic Bond does indeed appeal to you to visit your local CVS or Walgreens’ “As Seen On TV” aisle where Bionic Bond will undoubtedly end up. Or, you can probably find a very similar epoxy at your local hardware store already for a fraction of the price.

Let us know what you think of Bionic Bond below!