A spicy-ozonic with musky woody accents. A weird combination of spicy (cinnamon, nutmeg), aldehydic, fluidy-aquatic, musky and woody-metallic elements. Echo could be ideally for Davidoff what Chrome is for Azzaro. Well, all has already been told...Echo is an urban, deliberately synthetic fragrance aimed to approach an "easy" people just wishing to smell fresh, vaguely icy, clean and (why not?) vaguely plastic. Anyway there is a secret floral-fruity tart undertone, calone, synthetic woodiness and galaxolide. A touch of suede closes the musky round. The aroma conjures me vaguely Chrome and a bunch of aquatics out there. A pale fragrance that could be nice for many.
14th November, 2014 (last edited: 06th December, 2014)
spicy and aquatic
this is not a silage monster but it is unique with that spicey aquatic feel. I like it and it is a nice bottle.
Cons: a bit metallic"
I have mixed feelings about this one. The bottle is very attractive. Pardon my bad pun ... but ... I can only echo what others have said about it. It's not bad, a little on the sweet and flowery side for my taste. It smells slightly synthetic and even faintly metallic. On the plus side it does have an aquatic vibe that is not as assertive as, say, Nautica. Not one of my favorites, but I'm not giving it away or throwing it out either.
Smells metallic for real. This is fresh and spicy, with a loud pepper note. Sillage, lasting power and projection are average.
17th November, 2012 (last edited: 06th March, 2013)
Echo is a sweet and artificial smelling fragrance with an almost metalic note to it. Great for keeping fresh in the summer or just for day to day office wear. I would recommend it purely for the bottle itself which is clean, crisp and modern just like the juice it contains. I can't imagine that Echo is to everyones taste though, so be sure to try before you buy.