Davidoff Cool Water Eau de Toilette Spray 75ml - Half Price £18.00 @ Boots.com - HotUKDeals
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Great price £18.00 for Cool water edt spray, cheapest i've seen. Free delivery to a local store if you don't want to pay £2.90 for postage.
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#2
If you look properly this is the eau de toillete spray, the one you have listed is an aftershave.
#3
Tempted for an aftershave for work, have some heat
#4
paypal too
#5
I went to my local boots and picked up a bottle of joop for the same price. Heat added as a great xmas gift<3
#6
this is also in asda for £20 for aftershave

Edited By: armyboots1930 on Nov 04, 2010 23:15: spelling
#7
I actually got this for my husband last year from ebay for £10.00 delivered. Have a browse loads of little gems found on there. Nice fragrance too
1 Like #8
Urgh, wouldn't ever buy this - it's cheap for a reason, and you can tell (or should that be *smell*)

Still, good deal though.
2 Likes #9
It hasnt got to 182 degrees because it smells cheap, I personally love it :p
1 Like #10
lovesit
It hasnt got to 182 degrees because it smells cheap, I personally love it :p
Agreed! i've always got a bottle of rhis on go, good stuff. I think Will.i.am.lost must use Hi-Karate! Qualiteeeeeeeee
#11
one of the best perfumes of all time.. hot
#12
i have the davidoff hot water, thats really nice too ;)
#13
Is this pour homme? Or pour her? :)
#14
whusayn

If you look properly this is the eau de toillete spray, the one you have listed is an aftershave.


Which is a far better deal!!
After shave last a lot longer than edt
#15
agnostic
whusayn

If you look properly this is the eau de toillete spray, the one you have listed is an aftershave.


Which is a far better deal!!
After shave last a lot longer than edt


EDT is far more concentrated than aftershave and the smell will last a lot longer. Also you will use less than splashing aftershave on your face.

Edited By: CountFilth on Nov 05, 2010 07:08: formatting
6 Likes #16
Hope somebody finds this info helpful in making purchasing descision!!
Copied from ebay answers -

In Men's fragrances, what is the difference between an Aftershave, Eau de Toilette, and Cologne?

They are completely different things, although many men, unknowingly use them interchangeably.

An Aftershave contains less perfume oil (around (1%-3%), therefore the scent isn't as long lasting as an Eau de Toilette. Many aftershaves contain soothing and cooling ingredients, such as Aloe Vera. This helps soothe the skin after a shave . The alcohol contained will also close skin pores opened by the hot water from your shave. Aftershave will only last for about 2-3 hours so, it isn't effective if you want your fragrance to last all evening.

An Eau de Toilette contains more perfume oil than the Aftershave, typically around 4%-8%. However EDT's contain too much oil to be put on the face, especially after shaving. You will probably come up all red and blotchy as a result. An Eau de Cologne will contain 2%-5%. Therefore, an Eau de Cologne should be a lighter and not so longer lasting fragrance.

However in the world of Men's Fragrance, the definitions have become slightly blurred. A lot of the time, a fragrance house will call an Eau de Toilette strength fragrance, a Cologne. Nine times out of ten, in men's fragrance a Cologne will be of EDT strength. There are a few houses which use the correct term, (Guerlain for example).

Eau de Toilette should be put on the 'pulse points'. These are the area's where the veins are near the skins surface and you can feel a pulse (ie. Neck, Wrist, Chest... ) which will last longer. Because of the higher perfume content, Eau de Toilette lasts much longer than an Aftershave (around 6-8 hours) so its ideal if you want your fragrance to last all evening.

It is a common misconception that an Eau de Toilette is weaker than an Aftershave. Probably because the 'Eau' part of the name makes people think it is watered down Aftershave. Or it could be that people are used to the fact that an Eau de toilette is generally the weakest strength in Ladies Fragrance.

As EDT contains more perfume than the Aftershave, you will find that they are more expensive.

Some people will ask "Which shall I buy? EDT or Aftershave?". It depends on your needs. If you are wanting a lasting fragrance, go for the EDT. Many men like Aftershave to put on after they have shaved & then spray on a little EDT. It is mostly up to you as to what you perfer to use.

As well as Aftershaves, Eau de Toilettes and Eau de Colognes, there are two other main fragrance strength categories. These are Eau de Parfum and Parfum (or Perfume)

A Parfum or Perfume is quite rare in Men's fragrance. A perfume contains 15%-30% Perfume Oil (the rest is alcohol). You'll only need a very tiny amount at the pulse points but it lasts for ages. Very expensive though.

An Eau de Parfum is 'The next one up' from an Eau de Toilette. They are useful for men, who find that their fragrance doesn't last or just would like a stronger strength. They contain 8%-15% of the perfume oil, and these can last pretty much all day.
The Eau de Parfum is fairly rare in Men's fragrance, but not as rare as the pure perfume. Givenchy does one in their Pi range, as does Yves Saint Laurent in the Opium Homme range.

You can also get Men's body splashes and sprays, in which the strength can vary quite a bit, typically 1%-4%.
#17
Cheers OP, ordered.
1 Like #18
The same is available at Wilkinsons for £9.97 and loads are in stock. I purchased a few last weekend.
2 Likes #20
i.am.lost
Urgh, wouldn't ever buy this - it's cheap for a reason, and you can tell (or should that be *smell*)Still, good deal though.

Are you for real? I've worn this for years and ALL the women love the smell.
#21
I love this stuff!!! Mmmmmmmmm
#22
Voted hot! Love this stuff and will pick up today for xmas
#23
Best.Aftershave.Ever.
All good bay baby - chicks dig this
#24
cool, ordered 2 bottles to pick up..cheers op
#25
i.am.lost
Urgh, wouldn't ever buy this - it's cheap for a reason, and you can tell (or should that be *smell*)

Still, good deal though.

Your user name is quite accurate.
Your nose must be horribly blocked.
#26
Love this fragrance, so have ordered for my hubby. Thanks.
#27
Yeh I wear this. Chicks dig it :D
#28
i feel sexy wen i spray this on lol
#29
I have ordered it in the morning itself...hot deal

By the way why perfumes are differentiated as male perfumes or female perfumes...as they r universal as of my personal opinion.
#30
Cheers= ordered
#31
tfast
Hope somebody finds this info helpful in making purchasing descision!! Copied from ebay answers - In Men's fragrances, what is the difference between an Aftershave, Eau de Toilette, and Cologne?They are completely different things, although many men, unknowingly use them interchangeably.An Aftershave contains less perfume oil (around (1%-3%), therefore the scent isn't as long lasting as an Eau de Toilette. Many aftershaves contain soothing and cooling ingredients, such as Aloe Vera. This helps soothe the skin after a shave . The alcohol contained will also close skin pores opened by the hot water from your shave. Aftershave will only last for about 2-3 hours so, it isn't effective if you want your fragrance to last all evening.An Eau de Toilette contains more perfume oil than the Aftershave, typically around 4%-8%. However EDT's contain too much oil to be put on the face, especially after shaving. You will probably come up all red and blotchy as a result. An Eau de Cologne will contain 2%-5%. Therefore, an Eau de Cologne should be a lighter and not so longer lasting fragrance. However in the world of Men's Fragrance, the definitions have become slightly blurred. A lot of the time, a fragrance house will call an Eau de Toilette strength fragrance, a Cologne. Nine times out of ten, in men's fragrance a Cologne will be of EDT strength. There are a few houses which use the correct term, (Guerlain for example).Eau de Toilette should be put on the 'pulse points'. These are the area's where the veins are near the skins surface and you can feel a pulse (ie. Neck, Wrist, Chest... ) which will last longer. Because of the higher perfume content, Eau de Toilette lasts much longer than an Aftershave (around 6-8 hours) so its ideal if you want your fragrance to last all evening.It is a common misconception that an Eau de Toilette is weaker than an Aftershave. Probably because the 'Eau' part of the name makes people think it is watered down Aftershave. Or it could be that people are used to the fact that an Eau de toilette is generally the weakest strength in Ladies Fragrance.As EDT contains more perfume than the Aftershave, you will find that they are more expensive.Some people will ask "Which shall I buy? EDT or Aftershave?". It depends on your needs. If you are wanting a lasting fragrance, go for the EDT. Many men like Aftershave to put on after they have shaved & then spray on a little EDT. It is mostly up to you as to what you perfer to use.As well as Aftershaves, Eau de Toilettes and Eau de Colognes, there are two other main fragrance strength categories. These are Eau de Parfum and Parfum (or Perfume)A Parfum or Perfume is quite rare in Men's fragrance. A perfume contains 15%-30% Perfume Oil (the rest is alcohol). You'll only need a very tiny amount at the pulse points but it lasts for ages. Very expensive though.An Eau de Parfum is 'The next one up' from an Eau de Toilette. They are useful for men, who find that their fragrance doesn't last or just would like a stronger strength. They contain 8%-15% of the perfume oil, and these can last pretty much all day.The Eau de Parfum is fairly rare in Men's fragrance, but not as rare as the pure perfume. Givenchy does one in their Pi range, as does Yves Saint Laurent in the Opium Homme range.You can also get Men's body splashes and sprays, in which the strength can vary quite a bit, typically 1%-4%.

Well very informative... Thanks for taking the time to explain that.
#32
Fragrance concentrations
To help explain the difference in fragrance types, we have listed below the types of fragrance products, their concentrations and the average time it takes for the scent to evaporate.

Perfume
5%-30% concentration of perfume oil 6 - 8 hours
Eau de Parfum or EDP
8%-15% concentration of perfume oil 5 - 7 hours
Eau de Toilette or EDT
4%-8% concentration of perfume oil 4 - 6 hours
Eau de Cologne or EDC / Aftershave
3%-5% concentration of perfume oil 2 - 3 hours
See the overlap on EDT and aftershave?
4-8% and 3-5%
#33
Good stuff -
#34
sudiptobasusisl
The same is available at Wilkinsons for £9.97 and loads are in stock. I purchased a few last weekend.


That's for the deodorant, not the EDT.

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