NO lol not even 10$
Thread: Pure Shot: Worthy of a Purchase?
Hi BN!! I was at my local px yesterday and I just happened to see TM Pure Shot for $60 instead of $85-$90. Is it worth it to buy this at $60? I know that it was not received well but there was no tester and I need people who have tried it to let me know. Thanks!!
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NO lol not even 10$
There are other spring/summer scent that is better. However, collecting all of the Thierry mugler pure lines bottles might be a very good reason if you are collecting them...they look sick together.
No. It's weak.
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I've been in a number of PXs all over the country in the last month or so and have never seen Pure Shot. Very lucky of you, but I'd still pass as even the original A*Men is much better.
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I've only tried it once in passing, and kinda liked it. I thought it was a nice aquatic patchouli smell, but I've heard longevity is an issue. I definitely would like to sample it more cuz I own Malt, Havane, and A*Men and am thinking of adding it to the collection not because of how it smells but mostly because the flask looks cool!
At 60$ I might bite...?
Last edited by JiveHippo; 28th May 2012 at 04:04 AM.
I would consider purchasing it when it gets to the 40-50 dollar range.
If you're headed toward the section of the PX with Pure Shot, I'd recommend you to do an about-face and pass on this one brother.
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If you want to collect all Mugler's Pure line then yes. Otherwise, no
No, instead of it buy A*Men and you'll have one of the greatest colognes ever.
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I didn't really like Pure Shot last month when I sprayed a tester on my wrist; I also sprayed Chanel Allure Homme Sport Extreme-- and between the two of them, I ended up getting an sinus allergy thing that lasted a week. I don't know exactly what caused it, but it didn't make Pure Shot a fave at any rate.
A few days ago I got an official Thierry Mugler Pure Shot sample in the mail-- I'd sent away for it via a TM offer. I wore it today and I'm wearing it now... I don't know, it's kind of growing on me. I wouldn't want to spend $90 on it, but $60 might be tempting. It's not an incredibly polished composition. It smells like it leans heavily on the new aromachemical "Patchwood"--I'd be surprised if it doesn't contain Patchwood.
Nope. But, get A*Men Le Gout du Parfum/Taste of Fragrance (Pure Chili), if it is available.
Nope, use that $60 on something better instead. I honestly wouldn't even buy this one if it showed up in TJ Maxx for $25.
Like others have said, it might be worth it if you're a collector, but if all you want is the bottle just save yourself the trouble and see if you can fill up an empty one with a better, cheaper fragrance and save yourself a few $$$ lol
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Not in my opinion, no. There are much better fragrances out there.
I thought this was interesting, the second time I smelled it, but my wife hates it, and I've taken to calling it the "anti-dropper". I let her smell a blotter of the stuff, and it was almost her worst reaction *ever* to any fragrance!
"Terrible! (grimace) Smells like cheap guy! (recoils in seat, shaking head) NO WAY!"
The only thing that scares me is that story about the Mugler rep scooping up bottles. This could end up being another "Feu d'Issey", if it turns out to be more a case of a fragrance being ahead of its time, and people not "getting it" until it's gone. Remember - my wife *hates* Kouros, too. She tends to be a good indicator of a challenging frag, not a bad one per se.
Interesting about the patchwood, Indie. What is your take on the isolated component? What's it like, to your nose?
Save your beans ! I bought it and got rid of it and was very disappointed. With so many great summer scents available you could do much better elsewhere. Buy something you have tried and really love.
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I can spray a fourth of the bottle all over me and the scent, being uninteresting and hopelessly boring for starters, is completely gone within 3-4 hours. I will never understand the appeal of Pure Shot.
If a bottle with a star on it is worth $60 then yes. If your actually going to use it as a fragrance then absolutely not!
I got a large bottle of Patchwood a few years ago as part of the Perfumer & Flavourist "Patchwood Challenge" competition. I ended up never actually submitting my entry, but the composition I came up with was kind of similar to a Kouros Cologne Sport/Kouros Eau D'Ete type of fragrance. The Patchwood was quite suited for handling a large part of the patchouli/moss/herbaceous notes. It was a nice bridge that allowed a smooth transition from the top to the the bottom. I really wish I'd have entered the contest to see how my composition would have fared, but in the end it came down to the fact that I wasn't sure exactly how to format my formula against their standards(I notate things my own way) and also I'm never quite satisfied that something couldn't be better.
I ended up taking some of my Patchwood fragrance to work and letting a few people test it. One of my male coworkers loved it and wanted to buy some, but I never got around to making up another batch.
I could be entirely wrong about Pure Shot containing Patchwood, but I'd probably bet my nose that it does.
Almost Anything in the $60 range would be better than it. I bought it for $50 and still sold it. It's not worth anything to me.
I bought it full price and I like it... why most people here hate it? I don't know but I'm thinking because it's light, doesn't project very well and doesn't last very long compared to other Thierry mugler scents of course. Sometimes that can be a good thing when you don't want everyone around you to smell your cologne for 6 hours and you want to wear something fresh and inoffensive like Pure Shot.