Seems OK to me.
What do you guys think of my Acqua di Gio bottle, is it real or fake?
Received this 6.7 oz bottle from some kind of giveaway recently, I guess around 1 oz is used already.
Here are some pics:
- The stem is not straight
- The sprayer is NOT leaking
- I can lift the bottle by holding it from the cap, so it's not loose
Longevity seems to be a few hours, it's not amazing but since I hadn't used ADG before I can't tell whether that's right or not. I have to say it was a very cold day, as it is winter here though.
Could anyone help me out?
Looks good to me
Does the cap fit well and if you look at the underside closely is there a little hole in it? Also, can you rub off the print on the front of the bottle with your fingernails?
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Looks like the one I have
I don't see anything to indicate a fake. Why are you asking if you don't have any specific concerns?
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I just checked on the stem issue and in the 200ml bottles the stem in fact does bend to the side unlike the smaller bottles that are straight. Looks totally legit, I never got good longevity with AdG myself, and that's one reason why I don't wear it. Considering this bottle now goes for $105 you got a good $80 worth of AdG for free
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Anyways, I know enough. Thanks everyone for helping me out!