Honestly, I can understand someone asking 20-30 dollars for an aventus bottle that has tiny amoount of juice in it. but $100???
Come on Man!!!
Hmm, but then I just saw an old Amouage bottle with bright green contents....
C'mon man is right! LOL.
But it does , as the seller points out " smell great when you take the cap off ". Now for that I would pay $200. lol.
Last edited by stanmar; 15th December 2013 at 05:01 AM.
Well, wasn't there someone on Ebay that paid like 1,500 bucks for a Corn Flake shaped like Illinois? So, why not put 99 bucks on there and see if anyone will buy it? LOL. What I think is funny, is that there will be auctions for a one dollar bill, and people bid over one dollar to win the auction! LOL. Hey look, I won a dollar! How much did it cost? Oh, $1.25. Makes sense. lol.
smh.... aventus is beyond overhyped.
No box and it smells great when you remove the cap!!!!!!
There's not even a best offer option.
Dont miss the point..... The point is not that its almost empty, the point is it smells good when you remove the cap.
A new bottle is 200, an empty one is 100..... yep makes perfect sense.
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I havent seen an aventus bottle that smells great when you remove the cap so this one is probably worth buying
Oh my god this guy has more!!!!!
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Aventus threads are always amusing.
Either a joke or just an asshole hoping someone buys it without reading the description.
Bear in mind that
"To mark the start of CREED's next 250 years, sixth-generation master perfumer Olivier CREED presents a unique new limited-edition fragrance hand blended with flowers, fruits, spices and woods from CREED scents worn by royal and famous women the CREED dynasty has served since 1760.
Like the opening of a palace door, the top note is bergamot from CREE Fleurissimo, worn by the Monegasque princess on her wedding day. Next is fresh modernity: the orange zest of Love In White, the fragrance worn by First Ladies. To this bright, gala start Mr. CREED skillfully adds a hint of crisp Mediterranean citron and bergamot.
The middle note is vanilla from the CREED of France's Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III; her fragrance was Jasmine Imperatrice Eugenie. Alongside is rose, queen of all flowers, from the CREED of Empress Sisi of Austria-Hungary: her beloved Fantasia de Fleurs. Mr. CREED adds youth and a contemporary feel with gentle pear and daffodil, soothing vanilla and neroli.
The royal base of the fragrance is the ambergris and musk of Queen Victoria's intoxicating CREED, the famed Fleur de Bulgarie, with a twist of sandalwood from India, part of Her Majesty's vast and legendary empire.
Founded in 1760 and passed from father to son, Creed is the world's only privately held luxury fragrance dynasty. Based in Paris, the company today is led by Olivier Creed, a sixth-generation master perfumer. . Mr. Creed travels the globe searching for the purest essences to compose his masterpieces. Using the infusion technique (which has been abandoned by the modern industry), Creed weighs, mixes, macerates, and filters everything by hand."
They get better every week..
Well, he does have 100% positive feedback, so I'd be willing to bet that the bottle is legit. Not sure which batch it's from though.
"Creed weighs, mixes, macerates, and filters everything by hand."
Gosh - even the bergamot - what a guy!
A few weeks ago a guy was selling feedback..
Pay 2 bucks and he leaves you 1 positive feedback..
Noobs were paying!!
They just checking the market..the old Axiom "a fool is born every minute" so folks don't be that fool...peace
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The usage of aventus is more or less become like aqua di gio . Its become too common.
I was going to do a split but I kinda just want the bottle now.
People can ask whatever they want, doesn't mean someone will pay.
But like they say, there is a sucker born every minute!
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What a dumb ass. Lol
The hype! The hype!! makes people do silly things.
Glad i chose b2b over Aventus. Doesn't last enough on my skin nor project as much as i would want a fragrance with a serious pricetag as Aventus should.
For real though, dude's prices are unbeatable! And how!
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"Aventus Creed Eau De Parfum Millesime Spray 4 oz 120 ml Men's Fragrance cologne"
The seller's heading is no doubt purposely misleading by indicating right there that the item is (contains) "4 oz. 120 ml Men's Fragance cologne". The seller is obviously hoping someone will buy the item without reading the full description.
Also the seller's page displays a "Hassle-Free 14 days return" policy. When read in full it states that the item must "be new or unused" to qualify for that guarantee. That takes it out of the Hassle-Free return policy for this item in my opinion. So that is yet another purposely misleading part of this seller's offering.
I think I will send an email to the seller offering him/her $0.99 for the bottle (with free shipping of course)
Last edited by kbe; 14th December 2013 at 02:17 PM.
There are three kinds of people in this world: those who understand math and those who don't (four out of three people surveyed agree with this).
I think it's interesting that it's listed under men's fragrances instead of the Collectibles - Vanity, Perfume & Shaving category with the other empty bottles.
Hype indeed. The most discussed fragrance (probably ever) and here is another thread dedicated to it. Hype happens before a product is launched. Marketing folks try to draw attention to something. Aventus has been out for a long time. It has plenty of negative/neutral feedback and it's not universally accepted as the greatest ever. If you are going to shake your head at hype, think of 2 things...you have it in your wardrobe and you posted in a thread about an empty bottle for $100.
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