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    Default Re: ATTENTION all M7 fans: interesting videos.....

    My bottle of vintage M7 does have floating dust in it. For most people claiming that theirs doesn't, I would say that it is more difficult to see the particles in vintage bottles simply because they are not fully transparent. I had to place my bottle against a direct light to be able to see it.

    Real agarwood or not, the only other bottle I have seen this with is Aramis JHL reformulated.

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    Default Re: ATTENTION all M7 fans: interesting videos.....

    Well, well....just checked my vintage bottle and yep there's sediment.....who would have thought. Still not sure it's anything to do with real oud though. I enjoy real oud oil occasionally and it doesn't have sediment so I don't see why M7 should.

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    Default Re: ATTENTION all M7 fans: interesting videos.....

    An inusual clip. A frend of mine and I with our bottles of "reformulated" M7 -with identical batch 8CAA- bought in different places at different times.
    Same "dust precipitate" pattern? Not at all.
    Comparison between bottles at:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzWEfe6_MQo

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    Default Re: ATTENTION all M7 fans: interesting videos.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrč Moreau View Post
    An inusual clip. A frend of mine and I with our bottles of "reformulated" M7 -with identical batch 8CAA- bought in different places at different times.
    Nice video, great music

    But do they smell different?

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    Default Re: ATTENTION all M7 fans: interesting videos.....

    My vintage bottle doesn't have any precipitates in it. But how do I tell the year of manufacture?

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    Default Re: ATTENTION all M7 fans: interesting videos.....

    Quote Originally Posted by totaldominasian View Post
    My vintage bottle doesn't have any precipitates in it. But how do I tell the year of manufacture?
    Insert the batch number on this website: checkcosmetic.net

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    Default Re: ATTENTION all M7 fans: interesting videos.....

    Here another video : two bottles year 2008. Here you can see real differences.
    First batched '8GAA' and the other 'HOEAA'
    bottles with all-letters batches (without numbers, and with a small sticker) seem to be considered the really reformulated ones.
    you can clearly see it at min 2.15
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBqBKizi2tk

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