Swiss Army Eau De Toilette Spray For Men 3.4 Ounces

Swiss Army Eau De Toilette Spray For Men 3.4 Ounces

Swiss Army Eau De Toilette Spray For Men 3.4 Ounces

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Introduced in 1996. Fragrance notes: fresh and tangy notes of citrus, blended with lavender, sweet spice and woodsy notes. Recommended use: daytime.When applying any fragrance please consider that there are several factors which can affect the natural smell of your skin and, in turn, the way a scent smells on you.  For instance, your mood, stress level, age, body chemistry, diet, and current medications may all alter the scents you wear.  Similarly, factor such as dry or oily skin can eve

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3 thoughts on “Swiss Army Eau De Toilette Spray For Men 3.4 Ounces”

  1. 37 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This is (was!) the “Wenger” Swiss Army brand, not Victorinox, December 18, 2007
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    L. Rocker (Portland, OR) –
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    Update: things have changed since 2007! This product may be Victorinox branded now, I haven’t bought recently. I don’t know what else may have changed with the rebranding, but I’d be surprised if the scent changed. When I purchased, it had the round Wenger logo, not the Shield Victorinox logo that is pictured now.
    Original 2007 review follows:

    There are two different Swiss Army brands; Wenger, and Victorinox (though Victorinox recently bought Wenger, according to Wikipedia). The Wenger brand tends to cater more to the economy market, and I think it shows in this Eau De Toilette.

    It’s a decent fragrance, but like another comment said, it doesn’t last very long. I’d also add that it’s not very distinctive. It reminds me somewhat of the old Brut cologne or an aftershave. Keep in mind that it’s an “Eau De Toilette”; it’s a little weaker than a “Parfume” — which isn’t bad, it just means you have to use a little more to get the same level of scent.

    I’m not unhappy with it, but I don’t think I’d get it again now that I’ve tried it out. Maybe my expectations were too high for a knife manufacturer’s venture into fragrance. 🙂

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  2. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Light fragrance, not overpowering, September 14, 2008
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    thenetdude (USA) –

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    I like this fragrance as its not overpoweringly strong. Its light and refreshing, lasts for a short period of time and can be worn at all times, at work or play. I am very satisfied with this product and i use it all the time. I would recommend this hands down, although dont expect the fragrance to last for more than a couple of hours.

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Crisp, refreshing, citrusy with musk and warm spice: It’s delightful!, July 29, 2014
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    I’m very particular about cologne. More often than not I find that fragances are too sweet or too musky or too citrusy and so on. So when I find a cologne that strikes a good balance for my personal taste, it gets a prominent spot in my fragrance rotation.

    I’ve been using Swiss Army Classic for probably ten years of so. I’m 27 years old at the time of this review. One of the things that I really like about this cologne is that it’s relatively timeless; although I wouldn’t say it’s appropriate for below high school age, I can easily see men of all ages wearing Swiss Army cologne. It’s a distinct, unique blend of citrus, musk, and a hint of warm spice that is sophisticated, understated, and yet bold, masculine, and inviting.

    This has been my signature, go-to all-seasons fragrance since I first bought it a decade ago. And in all those years of wearing it, I still get compliments (especially from women) just about every time I leave the house. What’s really nice about this fragrance is that although it commands attention and draws much notice, it’s very inoffensive and versatile, appealing to both sexes and all ages.

    As for performance, Swiss Army is better than average. I spray 2 or 3 pumps on my chest, one on a wrist and then rub my wrists together, and once behind each ear and it last all day, about 12 hours (give or take). And I’ll usually still smell it at night when I go to bed unless I’ve showered. It also projects quite well; I was about 8 people back in a Starbucks line when the cashier remarked that someone in the store “smells freaking amazing”, then identified me as the source when I (finally) made it to the register.

    My girlfriends have always said this was the sexiest cologne I use, and even the guy I’m currently dating said Swiss Army Classic makes me smell incredibly sexy. Although I also like Lacoste Rouge (red bottle), CK Euphoria, Bleu de Chanel, L’Homme by YSL, and Jake by Hollister, Swiss Army is what I use most of the time.

    My ideal scent is crisp, refreshing and somewhat citrusy with notes of musk and a touch of warm spice. If there’s a strong presence of bergamot and/or lemon, even bette. Army Classic is described as consisting of notes of mint, bergamot, lavender, clary sage, musk, cardamom, coriander, and ginger. Initially it’s the ginger and bergamot that are most noticeable, followed by the cardamom and musk, and finally rounded out with sage and lavender.

    It’s a truly enticing, sensual, sexy fragrance that’s not only pleasing to the man wearing it, but also to those nearby. It projects incredibly well, as I described, so if you want a refreshing, masculine cologne that smells of citrus and musk and will command attention without being imposing, I enthusiastically recommend Swiss Army Classic.

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