ADG clone with a tad more spice. Longevity is average. Value depends on the price you get it for.
As the other reviewers said: an ADG clone with a significant pepper note. It isn't bad, but it has nothing to really like about it. It has rather poor longevity on my skin. Halston’s Unbound for Men is a much better deal.
04th December, 2009 (last edited: 28th January, 2011)
a very good drugstore fragrance its very inoffensive and lasts reasonably long for an aquatic the neutral rating is for the price and that for the same price you could grab a bottle of Halston's Unbound which is a better option for an aquatic scent
ADG clone, but nicer IMHO. A good on the cheap fragrance - the longevity is alright, a bit more spicy (with pepper) than ADG - that's about all that can be said. . .
Would I buy it again? No.
I've since revised my review of this thread. it is definitely a derivative of Acqua di Gio, although it smells less smooth and more distinct. There is more of a sense of pepperiness here from the vetiver in the base notes, almost like a leathery smell more than an earthy smell. The lasting power is decent and on the whole it isn't realy a clone of Acqua di Gio but is vaguely similar. Recommended if you like this style of fragrance, but it definitely is derivative of AdG.
13th May, 2008 (last edited: 29th June, 2008)