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    Default Azzaro Pour homme;which reformulation is this?

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    Hello, I would like a little help from you; I saw for sale this bottle of Azzaro pour homme and would like to know what you guys think about this reformulation? will be good enough to deserve to buy?It is very different from recent formulations ? thank you all.
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    Default Re: Azzaro Pour homme;what reformulation?

    If I'm not mistaken that's an earlier bottle. I would say grab it.
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    I agree with Adam, that should be a vintage - although mine has a smaller cap but the silver label is there too. However Azzaro is fantastic in all versions!
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    It is a great buy if the price is good.
    This bottle is a vintage one from the nineties and of very good quality.
    It is different than the modern formulation and very similar to the 1978 one.
    Collin i suppose that yours is a splash version?

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    Default Re: Azzaro Pour homme;which reformulation is this?

    To the OP: Don't pass it up!
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    Default Re: Azzaro Pour homme;which reformulation is this?

    It's from the 90s.

    My only reservation would be that it doesn't look completely full, and is perhaps a tester. Everything depends on the price and the risk you're willing to take. If the quality were still good I would think you'd be getting a good deal for around $100, and a steal at less than that.

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    Default Re: Azzaro Pour homme;which reformulation is this?

    Get it man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarce View Post
    It's from the 90s.

    My only reservation would be that it doesn't look completely full, and is perhaps a tester. Everything depends on the price and the risk you're willing to take. If the quality were still good I would think you'd be getting a good deal for around $100, and a steal at less than that.
    Yes, the bottle is not full, it is about 80ml and the price is 25 €, is not tester
    but no box. From what I see from your comments is a deal not to be missed by me. thank you all.

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    Default Re: Azzaro Pour homme;which reformulation is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by ckampus View Post
    Yes, the bottle is not full, it is about 80ml and the price is 25 €, is not tester
    but no box. From what I see from your comments is a deal not to be missed by me. thank you all.
    25 € seems an acceptable price assuming the perfume has not gone off.
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    Would a fragrance from the 90s (~20 years old) be rancid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stchman View Post
    Would a fragrance from the 90s (~20 years old) be rancid?
    Yes, rancidity is a huge factor after a few years, which explains the sharp rise in vintage prices and how so many people smell like skunks these days! LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stchman View Post
    Would a fragrance from the 90s (~20 years old) be rancid?
    Nope, if kept out of light and changing temperatures would be great.
    My oldest Azzaro PH bottle is about 35 y.o and smells fantastic

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