boss in motion is terrible at spraying, bvlgari's aqua line is terrible to display as it does not stand up. your opinions
The big FCUK bottles are OK to look at but are really hard to spray, even for me with very big hands for a woman. I have several friends who have smaller hands than me who just gave up trying to get their bottle to spray.
They're also frustratingly unstable and tall enough to fall off even quite big shelves when they do fall over, and are very good at taking other bottles off the shelf with them. Mine is now stored on its side in one of the boxes of minis and samples because it causes less collateral damage that way.
I'm very lucky with Oro. My perfume cupboard is, completely by chance, millimetre perfect for the bottle to wedge very gently in between one shelf and the next. It's tight enough that the bottle can't fall over but not so tight that it runs the risk of spraying the perfume. In that respect I have a lot worse bottles, like Magie Noire, the aforementioned FCUK and the Bulgari Omnia that just rolls of whatever you put it on.
my Dior Homme has the best sprayer, and the Creed atomizer puts out a lot of juice...
the sprayer on my Burberry London broke on its first use
as other have stated, the A*men sprayer is hard to press
if you are sick of you sprayer, I suggest buying some of the plastic decant atomizers from accessoriesforfragrance.com....they kick butt !!!!
I'll third Hedonist222 and The Unlucky Rogue, CDG2 Man is an asshole of a bottle for displaying, lying down and spinning around in front of the rest of my wardrobe like a difficult drunk at a party. Not only that but because each pebble-shaped bottle is sliiiightly unique, I've had several where the long thin cap has been slightly deformed to fit, meaning that it only fits a certain way round and scratches your hand if not properly aligned. I'd stop buying it if it weren't so agressively fabulous...
Top marks for design go to Tom Ford private blends for being so chunky/flat that I can stack the small bottles on top of the large ones, and Serge Lutens for their tall, elegant, small-footprint bottle design - they even slip quite inconspicuously into a jacket pocket.