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A serene perspective of the Amalfi cliffsides, with their citrus fruits and calm idyll, captures the bright tranquillity. As the day's close, the air, scented with mint, thyme and wildflowers, mingles with a warm breeze of night blooming flowers.
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Be interesting to see how these prices are decided. Time spent, research, ingredient costs etc

Really feel some of these prices are crazy to me

Just a question on EDTs & EDPs - don't need half the world commenting on cars, computers, phones etc.

Might smell amazing but nothing smells sweeter than cash in the bank!
Edited by: "captainjack" 3rd Nov
One of my favourites - and cheaper than current duty free prices at the airport... Tom Ford has gone up £10-£20 on this sized fragrances
captainjack03/11/2019 15:04

Be interesting to see how these prices are decided. Time spent, research, …Be interesting to see how these prices are decided. Time spent, research, ingredient costs etcReally feel some of these prices are crazy to meJust a question on EDTs & EDPs - don't need half the world commenting on cars, computers, phones etc.Might smell amazing but nothing smells sweeter than cash in the bank!


Unlike most of the usual high street brands, TF spends money on quality ingredients, research, they are innovative and do not copy much, or probably do not copy at all.
This does not means the price is justified, but they are not mass producers like other brands are. Some of their fragrances are quite niche.
These are expensive, but I can definetely tell you, 50 ml of TF will last you much longer than 200 ml of usual brands. So in long term, the price is not bad and you wear a quality product.
I have a few, but only samples, as the price is not on my range.
EDT is weaker than EDP, but TF products are quite strong anyway.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 3rd Nov
sheffield78803/11/2019 15:48

Unlike most of the usual high street brands, TF spends money on quality …Unlike most of the usual high street brands, TF spends money on quality ingredients, research, they are innovative and do not copy much, or probably do not copy at all.This does not means the price is justified, but they are not mass producers like other brands are. Some of their flagrances are quite niche.These are expensive, but I can definetely tell you, 50 ml of TF will last you much longer than 200 ml of usual brands. So in long term, the price is not bad and you wear a quality product. I have a few, but only samples, as the price is not on my range.EDT is weaker than EDP, but TF products are quite strong anyway.


Flagrance or fragrance? @sheffield788
sheffield78803/11/2019 15:48

Unlike most of the usual high street brands, TF spends money on quality …Unlike most of the usual high street brands, TF spends money on quality ingredients, research, they are innovative and do not copy much, or probably do not copy at all.This does not means the price is justified, but they are not mass producers like other brands are. Some of their flagrances are quite niche.These are expensive, but I can definetely tell you, 50 ml of TF will last you much longer than 200 ml of usual brands. So in long term, the price is not bad and you wear a quality product. I have a few, but only samples, as the price is not on my range.EDT is weaker than EDP, but TF products are quite strong anyway.


I get the breakdown - appreciate the time - not anything I didn't really not know.

It's still about prices too me tho, be really interesting to know the mark up on these - what is the profit margin

Don't know abt mass production being correct - I travel a lot, hell too much, and never not seen these in every country I've landed in

Am moving in the direction of oud nowadays, not sure if old age tho and need that which can beat the power of the sun!
Edited by: "captainjack" 3rd Nov
captainjack03/11/2019 15:50

I get the breakdown - appreciate the time - not anything I didn't really …I get the breakdown - appreciate the time - not anything I didn't really not know. It's still about prices too me tho, be really interesting to know the mark up on these - what is the profit marginDon't know abt mass production being correct - I travel a lot, hell too much, and never not seen these in every country I've landed inAm moving in the direction of oud nowadays, not sure if old age tho and need that which can beat the power of the sun!


Yes, you find them in shops, but in Debenham or John Lewis type of shops, not in Superdrug. Most of the time these are in airports. However, quite a few of their flagrances are difficult to find. Perhaps because these are very expensive.
I only 'discovered' this brand about 3 years ago, but I find it great. I come from Eastern Europe, where people have an obsession with expensive frsgrances. I do not remember if I've even seen these in the shops, but every single friend I asked about TF, they never heard of it.

Anyway, expensive, not as niche as Amouage for example, but I can't see a lot of spending on marketing in comparison with other brands, so I'm assuming their products speak for themselves.

I'm assuming their margins are high, I can't see them selling as much as other known high street brands.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 3rd Nov
KeepIt10003/11/2019 15:50

Flagrance or fragrance? @sheffield788


Sorry, my phone has its own mind.
captainjack03/11/2019 15:04

Be interesting to see how these prices are decided. Time spent, research, …Be interesting to see how these prices are decided. Time spent, research, ingredient costs etcReally feel some of these prices are crazy to meJust a question on EDTs & EDPs - don't need half the world commenting on cars, computers, phones etc.Might smell amazing but nothing smells sweeter than cash in the bank!


Lets look at it this way.... edt is pants. Edp are slightly better pants. Edt shouldnt cost a lot of any fragrance as it is already watered down.

Brands are marketing... you either buy into the brand or you dont. Tom ford is trash to me...

All that being said we are talking about scents - find what you like and buy it, but look out for a few companies that copy the big names scents, they always having something similar but way cheap...

Or buy for quantity... 200ml CK comes up alot...to me... that makes sense.
Lucifer_UK03/11/2019 16:41

Lets look at it this way.... edt is pants. Edp are slightly better pants. …Lets look at it this way.... edt is pants. Edp are slightly better pants. Edt shouldnt cost a lot of any fragrance as it is already watered down.Brands are marketing... you either buy into the brand or you dont. Tom ford is trash to me...All that being said we are talking about scents - find what you like and buy it, but look out for a few companies that copy the big names scents, they always having something similar but way cheap...Or buy for quantity... 200ml CK comes up alot...to me... that makes sense.


I'm still trying to finish my 200 ml Police EDP to start with the better fragrances I have, sadly my Police does not seems to finish. I will never buy 200 ml again.
I can assure you 50 ml of TF will last you way longer than 200 ml CK, I've learned this myself.
100% agree with you about the marketing, however I can't see many TF adds, so I guess the product speaks. I used to buy Boss, CK, Police, but realised that paying more for a fragrance that lasts all day, saves me money in long term. My last TF lasted 3 years and I've paid about £60 for it.
sheffield78803/11/2019 18:01

I'm still trying to finish my 200 ml Police EDP to start with the better …I'm still trying to finish my 200 ml Police EDP to start with the better fragrances I have, sadly my Police does not seems to finish. I will never buy 200 ml again. I can assure you 50 ml of TF will last you way longer than 200 ml CK, I've learned this myself.100% agree with you about the marketing, however I can't see many TF adds, so I guess the product speaks. I used to buy Boss, CK, Police, but realised that paying more for a fragrance that lasts all day, saves me money in long term. My last TF lasted 3 years and I've paid about £60 for it.


I live in sheffield too 😁 but going back to scents, its good to have 1 or 2 good edps or colognes. I have a lime basil Joe malone, stays on me all day with two squirts... for work its the toilet water... the main differences come from the origin of the ingredients. Natural vs synthesized. Edp + for occasions, edt trash for work/prision/brothels but never overspend on edt.
Lucifer_UK03/11/2019 18:43

I live in sheffield too 😁 but going back to scents, its good to have 1 …I live in sheffield too 😁 but going back to scents, its good to have 1 or 2 good edps or colognes. I have a lime basil Joe malone, stays on me all day with two squirts... for work its the toilet water... the main differences come from the origin of the ingredients. Natural vs synthesized. Edp + for occasions, edt trash for work/prision/brothels but never overspend on edt.


Jo Malone is quality. Not cheap either. I also use EDT for work, usually cheap stuff, £20-30, but I will not buy 200 ml anymore, got bored with the same fragrance every day.
I tend to buy 5-10 ml samples of expensive EDP and same like you, use it on occasions, 2-3 squirts and lasts forever. This is why I said buying expensive will last years. It just happen I like Tom Ford, not all, but some of them are great. I was comparing TF to the usual Versace, Boss, Gucci, etc and I said it is much better. I can't comment about Jo Malone, I've tried once and liked it, I may order a sample.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 3rd Nov
Where do you order the samples from?
sheffield78803/11/2019 19:50

Jo Malone is quality. Not cheap either. I also use EDT for work, usually …Jo Malone is quality. Not cheap either. I also use EDT for work, usually cheap stuff, £20-30, but I will not buy 200 ml anymore, got bored with the same fragrance every day.I tend to buy 5-10 ml samples of expensive EDP and same like you, use it on occasions, 2-3 squirts and lasts forever. This is why I said buying expensive will last years. It just happen I like Tom Ford, not all, but some of them are great. I was comparing TF to the usual Versace, Boss, Gucci, etc and I said it is much better. I can't comment about Jo Malone, I've tried once and liked it, I may order a sample.


Jo Malone doesn't last anytime whatsoever on my skin and iv tried quite a quite a few.
D.Crockett05/11/2019 17:11

Jo Malone doesn't last anytime whatsoever on my skin and iv tried quite a …Jo Malone doesn't last anytime whatsoever on my skin and iv tried quite a quite a few.


I like it but it does not last on my skin either. I do prefer TF, but can't judge a brand because it does not stay on my skin, I know others who use JM and lasts all day.
sheffield78805/11/2019 17:22

I like it but it does not last on my skin either. I do prefer TF, but …I like it but it does not last on my skin either. I do prefer TF, but can't judge a brand because it does not stay on my skin, I know others who use JM and lasts all day.


Totally agree, and with citrus summery type scents especially its always worth paying a visit to a department store and trying first to see how long it lasts as skin and scents is so unique in terms of how it lasts. Especially at this price, be gutted spending almost £100 and then finding it lasts 45 minutes.
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