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360 Degrees Red for Men (2003)
by Perry Ellis


360 Degrees Red for Men information

Year of Launch2003
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 242 votes)

People and companies

HousePerry Ellis
Parent CompanyFalic Group
Parent Company at launchParlux

About 360 Degrees Red for Men

360 Degrees Red for Men is a masculine fragrance by Perry Ellis. The scent was launched in 2003

Reviews of 360 Degrees Red for Men

Two squirts of this is entirely inoffensive. Clean lemon lime soda with some fill in notes rounding it out. Similar to Acqua Di Gio as well as Brut after its been neutered by eliminating the nice creamy lavender.

OK, it certainly does not smell bad. You could do worse when picking a safe scent. It's very inexpensive as well, a nice plus.

IMO, it lacks character and I won't wear it; but, I'm not interested in the overwhelming majority of newer scents either, at any price point.
13th March, 2017 (last edited: 14th March, 2017)
Smells great and is similar to ADG but spicier, maybe sweeter too but not as aquatic or "blue". Safe blind buy if you like ADG. Projects well and stays alive for hours, probably around 10 hours.
03rd January, 2017
Really pleasant flanker in the 360 Degrees for Men family! Just tried it today for the first time...

It starts out with bright tanginess, then settles down to a lightly musky, clean, citrus and fresh spiciness. It lasts a long time, and it remains stable and predictable.

360 Degrees Red for Men reminds me a lot of Ralph Lauren Purple Label in its character, both having a lavender heart that mellow and relaxing. Love this one a lot, destined to be a go-to standard scent for me!
31st December, 2016
My go to fragrance for club, lounge, or Party. Is a way better version of Aqua Di Gio. Way spicier and silage is great. Longevity not great but you still could get a solid 6 hours and that's all you need. Is the perfect frangrance that you could honestly smell every note that they say it has. Citrusy and aquatic and cinnamonie if that's a word. Lol
07th December, 2016
Excellent. An aquatic masterpiece. '360 Red' by Perry Ellis is a spicier, stronger version of Acqua di Gio by Giorgio Armani, for less than half the price.

The top notes of bergamot, citrus, woods and aromatic spices blast off from the first spray and are very intense and strong. The middle notes of lavender, florals and aquatic musks settle in and projection is absolutely superb. This is everything I loved about Acqua di Gio, yet 360 Red is slightly spicier and heavier.

The base notes of bergamot, citrus, musk and woods carry on and linger for hours and hours. The projection and sillage on this is superb, you will smell this on clothes and pillows the next day if not several days afterwards. Longevity on this masterpiece is 12+ hours on me with a liberal application. It never fails to get compliments, and it is ideal for summer days and nights, out by the pool, or on the beach. This quite honestly is one of the best performing, strongest aquatics I've ever come across.

If you enjoy Acqua di Gio, you will not be disappointed by 360 Red, and for the price you will likely love it more since you can buy three bottles of 360 Red for the price of one bottle of Acqua di Gio.
05th August, 2016
I understand this to be a reasonable impression of ADG by Armani and I will say that at first it is very similar with decent opening citrus notes. I do find that as it moves from opening to mid to dry down it does start to lose some of the initial quality and starts to smell rather synthetic. It is no where near as strong as ADG but for the price may work as a layering scent.
14th June, 2016 (last edited: 15th June, 2016)

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