For the aftershave version:
A quite pleasant experience. Far from what may be expected from a so called "celebrity" fragrance, Beckham Homme conducts itself with a quiet simplicity. The citrus works in seemless harmony with the ginger/pepper spice to create a fresh offering that holds a humble class. It smells designer, seems to contain decent quality and blend and even surpases many in this category due to its lack of generic qualities that are too often relied upon. What it sets out to do it does very well and in linear fashion. This is a safe blind buy at the price and unlikely to offend. Hardly a stand out fragrance but solid nonetheless.
Nice aromatic fougère!
I get mostly wood from it, but it's not a bad thing. :)
I think it's a scent for a mature man.
This one and Instinct are excellent products with a very affordable pricetag.
spicey yet smooth...i find this the best of his next to instinct...its a very unique drydown that coaxes you in.
I like this one, it is sorta like Tom Ford's Grey Vetiver though with a layer of spice........like pepper!
Even if this is not your thing you cannot lose big in the $ department.
I feel this is a serious scent to wear and it will impress.
It is a very inoffensive scent. It shares some similarities with TdH & Bang. Comes at a very affordable price tag so worth a try. Longevity is good I get 5-6 hours on my skin, though after 2-3 hours it gets very close to skin. For me its a good buy.
I agree with Mario, this is a less offensive TdH. Far more simple, far more versatile. Big compliment getter as well. Does not smell cheap at all, but has a cheap tag.