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The objectives of this work were to accurately evaluate testing kits that analyse sperm DNA fragmentation in infertile men and to provide a comparison of an improved testing kit (SSSperm testing kit) to the existing Halosperm testing kit in an analysis of sperm DNA fragmentation. A cross-sectional study was conducted on 300 semen samples from infertile men with a sperm concentration >=1 million/ml using the Bland-Altman, T-test, and Pearson test for statistical study. The SSSperm testing kit had a coefficient of variation of CV%=2.26%<5% and ttn=0.97<tc=2. The two methods have similar DNA fragmentation index (DFI) results (r=0.995; p<0.001). The difference between the results of the two kits was not statistically significant (p=0.236>0.05). In conclusion, the SSSperm testing kit for the analysis of sperm DNA fragmentation is qualified as determined from quantitative tests, and the SSSperm testing kit is equivalent to the Halosperm testing kit.