Definetely A MUST HAVE because: smells great for a citrus, has a great lasting power, medium sillage and projection and it's cheap. Much better and cheaper than the latest aquatic/citric/fresh releases.
Chrome Sport by Azzaro, 2010
Refreshing, and has a good longevity (hard to find on "fresh" fragrances), and its almost a cheap fragrance!
This one is a winner. Even though it's very synthetic, this aquatic frag is good. Kind of reminds me of Versace Man Eau Fraiche. This is a terrific club scent. You will get noticed with this one. Just don't overspray! Don't cheat yourself, treat yourself.
A refreshing citrus aquatic laced with ginger and white musk. This is much less sharp than the original Chrome and I can't help but like it more. Chrome Sport is perfect for work and perfect for play. I probably shouldn't have tested it on a day in which I had a meeting, but it was all for the best. It is what it is, and you know what it is. It really isn't any different in character from the legion of fresh, citrus aquatics out there, BUT, it does its job damn well. It isn't that great in the sillage and longevity department, but it's competent .
A lighter version of the original with abundance of fruits in the top (notable the "aquatic" grapefruit), an airy heart with the soaring effect of pure oxygen and a lighter grassy-musky aquatic dry down lacking of the consistence of heavy wood and delicate in its flying cloudy oxygenated notes of ambergris and musk. A less metallic of the original version this flanker is a very flying aquatic with a remarkable projection.
An equal mixture of Versace Man Eau Fraiche and Issey Miyake L'Eau D'Issey, which are two extremely popular fragrances and top sellers, so it would make sense that Azzaro would want to imitate them both. I always found that both Versace Fraiche and L'Eau D'Issey are missing something in their compositions. With Chrome Sport combining the two (and adding a dash of the grapefruit citrus found in Chanel Allure Sport Cologne EDC), I don't feel it's missing anything, and I don't feel it's a bad fragrance. I am almost inclined to give this one a thumbs up, HOWEVER sillage and longevity are quite poor, and the whole composition comes off as overly synthetic to my nose.
Not bad at all. But as for me - too much citrus notes a bit too little longevity and siliage. But again, it is fresh, sporty fragrance. It shall not hit the noses, rather giving purity and freshness impression. And it delivers well. I cannot find Bulgari notes in Chrome Sport as other reviewers noted. And I have and tried quite a lot of Bulgrari fragrances.
Wow, what great surprise. IMO It's the best of Azzaro Chrome line and the best aquatic fragrance of all. Why? This excelent EDT is very refreshing, has a rich aroma and an incredible 24 hours of longevity. Very consistent. How they did this? And you still smell the top notes in the base, in the next day.
Fantastic. Although it's "generic" and "yet another sporty, fresh fragrance", it's got that something that sets it off as a good fragrance. It's similar to Nautica's fragrances but Azzaro Sport just seems to pull it off better. Smells like a winner for a summer fragrance but on this cold, bitter December day it's particularly good. On clothing it lasts forever. Secretly, I hope this sells well and dethrones AdG as (even if I really like AdG).
This fragrance is awsome!!!! Substile, sensual, long lasting and this drive the woman crazy!!
Chrome Sport by Azzaro, 2010
|Top Notes||lemon, bitter orange, mandarin, grapefruit, bergamot|
|Base Notes||white musk, woody amber|
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