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Calvin Klein Eternity Men Eau de Toilette 100ml !! - SUPERDRUG - £25.00

£25.00 @ Superdrug
Eternity by Calvin Klein is a Aromatic Fougere fragrance for men Top notes: Lavender, mandarin orange, bergamot, lemon Middle notes: Corriander, lily orange blossom, juniper berries, basil, jasmine,… Read More
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Eternity by Calvin Klein is a Aromatic Fougere fragrance for men
Top notes: Lavender, mandarin orange, bergamot, lemon
Middle notes: Corriander, lily orange blossom, juniper berries, basil, jasmine, sage, lily of the valley and geranium
Base notes: Sandalwood, amber, musk, vetive and Brazilian rosewood
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#1
£21 on amazon
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toto123
£21 on amazon

If you trust what the are selling you......read a few bad reviews...
#3
bought from Amazon as above, NOT a reseller, never had a single issue with any aftershave.

CK fragrance dont really last long anyway, its one of the worst brands n that dept, always has been.
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toto123
£21 on amazon
If you trust what the are selling you......read a few bad reviews...
I have bought it from amazon not third party. The bad reviews could be from the people who bought from third party.
I always trust the perfumes from amazon not third party sellers
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toto123
£21 on amazon
If you trust what the are selling you......read a few bad reviews...
its amazon selling it directly not a reseller so trust its legit
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Amazon store identical products from different sellers together, so if one supplier provides fakes then it's luck of the draw. That's why you see people complaining about fakes sold by Amazon themselves, even though Amazon would never purchase from suspect sources.

Edited By: TygerrTygerr on Dec 13, 2016 13:29
#7
not a bad scent but certainly not the strongest
#8
what is the strongest, looking for something for my bro
#9
TygerrTygerr
Amazon store identical products from different sellers together, so if one supplier provides fakes then it's luck of the draw. That's why you see people complaining about fakes sold by Amazon themselves, even though Amazon would never purchase from suspect sources.
Amazon have one of the best real time planning and warehouse systems in the world, that would be very poor business practice as they wouldn't know which 3rd party supplier had supplied the fakes, more likely every item has its own stock location and tracking number and the only way this could happen would be human error/sabotage.

Edited By: matengawhat on Dec 13, 2016 13:57
#10
matengawhat
Amazon have one of the best real time planning and warehouse systems in the world, that would be very poor business practice as they wouldn't know which 3rd party supplier had supplied the fakes, more likely every item has its own stock location and tracking number and the only way this could happen would be human error/sabotage.

It was not hidden, indeed Amazon published their own video on Youtube about the process, now removed.

http://www.cpcstrategy.com/blog/2014/05/commingling-amazon-fba/
http://www.wsj.com/articles/on-amazon-pooled-merchandise-opens-door-to-knockoffs-1399852852

I can find references to intending to make individual labelling mandatory, not sure if it happened. But certainly a year or two ago, yes, it happened as policy.
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TygerrTygerr
matengawhat
Amazon have one of the best real time planning and warehouse systems in the world, that would be very poor business practice as they wouldn't know which 3rd party supplier had supplied the fakes, more likely every item has its own stock location and tracking number and the only way this could happen would be human error/sabotage.
It was not hidden, indeed Amazon published their own video on Youtube about the process, now removed.http://www.cpcstrategy.com/blog/2014/05/commingling-amazon-fba/http://www.wsj.com/articles/on-amazon-pooled-merchandise-opens-door-to-knockoffs-1399852852
I can find references to intending to make individual labelling mandatory, not sure if it happened. But certainly a year or two ago, yes, it happened as policy.
Interesting read and seems amazon still does it including amazon.co.uk, however health and beauty products are not accepted for commingling - perfumes are not allowed without FBA/sellers labels

It did also say it can trace every item regardless of stickers to source so can identify issues or patterns and ban sellers




Edited By: matengawhat on Dec 13, 2016 14:36: Edit
#12
toto123
£21 on amazon

Not everyone can buy from Amazon, I have Prime and they won't ship to Northern Ireland.
#13
Eternity has been reformulated over the years and that could account for some of the bad reviews. http://www.basenotes.net/threads/247155-Quest-for-original-Eternity

I always stick to Amazon themselves and haven't been disappointed yet (and I am very careful about checking authenticity of my scents!).
#14
One of my favourites back in the day, this price in HB

Edited By: johnraggett on Dec 13, 2016 22:04: .
#15
Think the bottle is smaller in HB

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