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    Default Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Polo or Santos edt? Which of these "powerhouse" fragrances from the 80-ies do you prefer? (The recent formulation)

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Polo is way better than Santos.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Polo, as we talk about the recent formulation.
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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    If the Concentree counts (haven't smelled the original version), Santos. Don't know which formulations.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Easily Polo.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Santos by far.
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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    It's an even draw. Both.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    1.Santos Concentrée.

    2. Santos.

    3. Polo.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Polo absolutely..Santos was given away!

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    So much for asking others what you'll like when only you can ever know it.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Either of the two, with a slight favoring of Santos as an evening/more formal scent.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Quote Originally Posted by pluran View Post
    So much for asking others what you'll like when only you can ever know it.
    Always intresting to hear others oppinion on a fragrance. This is a fragrance discussion forum, isn't it?

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    I'd go for Polo as well.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    polo by far better

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Santos, specially concentreé vesion. Plo smelss very outdated to me. One to his onw I suppose.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Give me a break Santos is classic of classics and way better IMHO ....
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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Quote Originally Posted by prosperonline View Post
    Santos, specially concentreé vesion. Plo smelss very outdated to me. One to his onw I suppose.
    I think the Concentree is now discontinued.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Santos, though I had and enjoyed Polo. Santos is somewhat less medicinal, slightly less flashy, and a little more of a darker, more brooding, more masculine scent.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oslo-Fjord View Post
    I think the Concentree is now discontinued.
    As I understand it, the Concentree is indeed discontinued. The Cartier boutique on Fifth Avenue won't sell you a bottle, but as of a few weeks ago Bloomingdale's still had several bottles. My backup stock is in place, I'm all set.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Since reformulated Santos is very different from the vintage one and I really don't like it, I would choose Polo.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Both are truly excellent 80s powerhouses and (at least in their original forms) we will never see their like again.
    There is no way I could choose between them.

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    Default Re: Ralph Lauren Polo (classic) vs Santos de Cartier.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatstraw2 View Post
    As I understand it, the Concentree is indeed discontinued. The Cartier boutique on Fifth Avenue won't sell you a bottle, but as of a few weeks ago Bloomingdale's still had several bottles. My backup stock is in place, I'm all set.
    I think Fragrancex.com have some few bottles left.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatstraw2 View Post
    Santos, though I had and enjoyed Polo. Santos is somewhat less medicinal, slightly less flashy, and a little more of a darker, more brooding, more masculine scent.
    Can some fragrances be more masculine than Polo? Is that possible? :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciprian View Post
    Since reformulated Santos is very different from the vintage one and I really don't like it, I would choose Polo.
    Rumours says that the new designed bottle (without the cap) has been reformulated to the better again, and is now more similar to the concentree. Maby thats the reason the concentree is now discontinued.

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