200 Euros isn't a good deal.
If anything I think its overcharging.
But if you think its worth it, then get it.
I was gifted a mini by a dear friend. I like it very much and use it sparingly.
I had the opportunity to buy an original Jean Patour Pour Homme for 200€ (Tester).
I find it similar with Aramis Tuscany.
Am I the only one that thinks so?
I think it's a lot also, but I guess it depends on how badly a person wants it. It's a wonderful fragrance though.
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although the effect of PPH AS is a lot more softer, cozier, more relaxed and "old school cool cat" to me, at least.
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If you are talking about vintage Patou Pour Homme and not the new release, I'm going to diasgree with the previous posters about the price.
Just a few years ago the asking price was $600-$1000, and some even sold for that amount. I haven't checked recently, but last year the price seemed to have dropped to around $300-$350.
Unless prices have changed within the last few months I don't believe 200 Euros is a bad price at all. That's about $270. With the very high prices many of the niche houses (and designers for their "special collections") are now charging, I don't understand how paying this much for a rare and highly esteemed vintage fragrance can be considered a bad deal.
I wouldn't sell another bottle for less than $600-$700. Years, maybe sooner, it will require $2,000 to acquire a new bottle in good condition.
Those are both good fragrances, but vintage Patou pour Homme doesn't smell like Azzaro pour Homme or Tuscany.
Last edited by pluran; 15th January 2014 at 05:03 AM.
I think the price is reasonable (though not a bargain), particularly given recent feedback on the (fairly expensive) reissue not really being an acceptable substitute for the original.
Last edited by StewartGallacher; 15th January 2014 at 11:19 AM.