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Online shops offers: Fragrance EUR 4 items for 37.41 - 52.50 EURFragrance 4 items for 43.61 - 61.19 USDFragrance 5 items for 44.19 - 94.24 USDStrawberry EUR 2 items for 62.00 - 81.50 EURView products... After two hours there is only weak smell of violet and nothing else to my nose.Fahrenheit by Christian Dior is a Woody Floral Musk fragrance for men. Fahrenheit was created by Jean-Louis Sieuzac and Michel Almairac. L'Homme Libre smells almost the same, it's cheaper and longevity is better, and if you want something very cheap but similar there is Pure by Avon- smells less refined but it's loud and lasts very long This was one of my fav juice, now the reform ugggh why do they keep doing this? Last December I bought a bottle of recent formulation with new changed box which is of 2016 batch.
@jelenaeva, i am using this gem from day one and if anything the reformulation made it become softer, less gasoline and more floral. واعتقد ان عطر فهرنهايت رغم اعادة صياغته فان رائحته جيده وجميلة جدا ومميزة ومن ناحية الثبات والفواح اقل نسبيا من القديم عن نفسي مقتنع بادائه.
It is still pleasant and comforting, the biggest shame in 2016 bottle is now noticeably weaker it is compared to 20, even to a Aqua Fahrenheit from 2013. The scent was so much different, I couldn't smell "petrol", I couldn't smell that masculinity and confidence I talked about. The image and idea of the 1980s commercials for this frag works, I think.
I can honestly say that I never had or tried a vintage bottle, but remember smelling it as a teenager about 10 years ago and Fahrenheit was a trigger for me in this fragrance hobby, and 2010 batch is how I remember it. I didn't try 2016 and newer formulations, but I know it will never be the same again. Today it was cold and rainy in NY, so I sprayed Fahrenheit before I headed to work. This is giant machinery gearing up to change the universe, Tesla coils charged and about to arc, a blood-red sunset with the thunderstorm of the decade closing in while you're on a remote hilltop without shelter, this is your race car going so fast you can feel it come apart. Fahrenheit doesn't fuck about, and it doesn't fit in. The feeling here is of a connectedness with the forces of nature, but with the twist that you are the guy who is poking the sleeping giant, you're the scientist, the explorer, the Great Manipulator who is about to see how nature will react to what you did.
Sorry to disappoint but thats my opinion, try before you buy it. If I remember correctly, boxes/packaging changed in 2014 with a definitive reformulation, at this point scent changed the most, at least to my eyes and this scent change I would call as modernized.
Recently, I've bought one in Sephora in Paris and must say that malheureusement it is just more synthetic and watered down (((( Very nice frag, but terrible projection and longevity.
I usually wear feminine scents—I’m a Shalimar and no. But I was feeling nostalgic for my ex, a butch through and through who wore this scent with swagger and confidence. I spritzed it on this afternoon and was pleasantly surprised by that interesting leather-petrol opening with a fresh overlay of violets. Try to nab a vintage bottle - not too hard to do as this was a best seller and there are thousands of older bottles out there. I don't really get the gasoline smell that other people get, yes it smells hot and smokey but not like someone started up a 2 stroke engine. The scent pyramid contains 22 elements, but here is what I get: 80% leather, 5% violet leaf, 5% patchouli, 5% vetiver, 3% nutmeg, 2% mandarin. If you wear this one, keep in mind that a little goes a long, long way and yesterday's application can still be strong on your clothing if you reapply today. There's hope that not all has sunk into genderless, sweet, metrosexuality.
Even if you land a bottle from the early 2000s it's miles ahead of the latest batches. It just smells very masculine to me, a dark spicy and sexy juice. Also the best projection and Longetivity of any frag I've owned, 2-3 sprays of this will be good all day. Sorry, but I do not want to smell like a new leather couch…and most of the girls hate it.. What..no..i didn't pour gas on myself, while wearing a leather coat with nutmeg in my pockets. Where touting gender bending fluidity is some kind hallmark of artistry and proper aesthetic.i feel devastated as this should definitely be one of the giants in perfume hall of fame. You know when they talk real estate--they say the three (3) most important things are "Location, Location and Location" ? I am in office right now, and among the cheap deodorants of other people, Fahrenheit is like a king. But unfortunately the reformulations have ruined it. Blue collar and white collar at the same [email protected] time! I'm hopeful that my bottle will open up and get stronger over time... In the first 2-3 hours really smell like a gasoline/petroleum. I sprayed this six times, had it on for more than eight hours and i can still smell this, without trying. I remember this one from my youth, so it has some nostalgic value. I knew immediately it would be in my collection as long as I'm walking this earth.if you can get your hands on the old version, go for it, it is really worth knowing the differences. No screechy soap that characterizes most modern colognes. Well, with Dior Fahrenheit -- the three (3) most important things are "Vintage, Vintage and Vintage". The projection is not beastly but the sillage is exceptionally good. On my skin it it becomes a skin scent with little to no projection in about 2.5 hrs. Thereafter I get a little bit better base, but not enough for me. Everyone on the train and at work knows this scent. "I wore this in high school, man the amount [email protected]#$ i got because of this". And it's 30 something degrees outside, in NYC right. Gasoline, nutmeg and leather...what i mainly get from this frag. Somehow, I liked it back then, but I would never wear it today. I can smell the wearer of this one from a long distance off. The bad thing is that if I can't escape, I now find it nauseating and it is so long lasting there is no hope of it calming down. ;-) I used work at a fuel depot on the San Francisco Bay, filling up commercial boats, and this smell of violet and gasoline and leather takes me back there in my youth. It's the only scent I have that feels salty and masculine, with gasoline, and oil, baked into leather. Whatever was happening in designer fragrances in 1988--idk I was 15, i thought my deodorant smelled ok and was fine with that--i'm thankful. If a mass marketing design house can be this bold and creative, then there's hope for corporations in general. The Drydown smells amazing and I can appreciate the uniqueness of the opening but I'm pondered as to why people would want that part to be stronger. I'm new to this fragrance and I have recently fallen in love with it. If you need to search out the original formulation..enjoy."new" one is just fine!! However, current formula is much weaker than before.