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David Beckham Inspired By Respect 40ml Eau De Toilette EDT Spray

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David Beckham Inspired By Respect 40ml Eau De Toilette EDT Spray by Beckham

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David Beckham Inspired By Respect 40ml EDT Spray

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17 reviews for David Beckham Inspired By Respect 40ml Eau De Toilette EDT Spray

  1. D. Richards

    I got this for my brother and he was very happy with it. As is usual with David Beckham, toiletries, it comes in an attractive bottle, that looks both very stylish and very modern, even at 40ml!The scent of this porduct – smells very fresh and clean indeed, a mixture of both citrus and wood which really does balance well, is not too overpowering and provides a very nice scent. However, compared to other aftershaves and as other reviewers have said, the scent does fade fairly quickly and this would be the reason I did not give this product 5 stars.Overall this is a nice product in terms of looks and scent, but it does not last as long as both I and my brother would have liked. I would get this product when on offer but would not probably do so if it was at full price.

  2. A. I. Mcculloch

    A really pleasant eau de toilette spray that is a near-dupe for CKOne, an attractive and near-unisex fragrance. This is a woody, autumnal fragrance that I’d be very happy to wear myself.It’s long lasting for an eau de toilette too – a decent spritz of this lasted all evening. Couples who like to share their fragrances will definitely like this one.The 40 ml bottle isn’t huge, but this also means it won’t take up much room if it’s popped into a washbag for a weekend away.It’s an attractive smoked glass square bottle with a chunky silver spray top that won’t come off accidentally, it took a bit of pulling to get it off.The best thing is definitely the smell though. Love it.

  3. Copernicus

    There are so many fragrances on the market meaning you have a wide choice so does this onemerit a choice? On balance -Yes. It is a new brand for me so I was pleased to sample and test it.First the immediate -it has a pleasant scent and I found that it remained for the majority of the day.Second -it is not overpowering and I found it was a good balance. There -but not too there if you see whatI mean!Thirdly , it is attractively packaged and perhaps an important factor at a reasonable price too.Overall, I liked it and taking everything into account, I would give it the “thumbs up!”

  4. Chris From Hampshire

    David Beckham “Inspired By Respect” EDT For Men – 40mlThere are lots of products linked to the Beckham’s name and I have to say that celebrity names do not impress me. It is the product and not the name that matters.1st Impressions:• The box packaging is smart and cellophane sealed. The logo with the blank dot is just so ridiculous, and it is time that was changed. It adds nothing to the name.• On the reverse side of the box is printed a List of Ingredients for those needing to be careful because of allergies.• The natural spray bottle is very attractive and in a nice heavy glass, with a smart silver tone pull off top.In Use:• The fragrance is quite nice but not particularly memorable.• The lasting property is not great as after about 2 hours (certainly no longer) there was no trace of the fragrance.An Eau de Toilette is the weakest of any fragrance range, in that it only contains 5 – 9% of the perfume oil. Given that, users should not expect an Eau de Toilette to provide a long lasting, all day fragranceAt time of writing this Review, the RRP is £19.99 for 40ml/1.35 fl.oz. which is probably about right. The product is Made in Spain by Coty

  5. M. Stevens

    The headline says it all; it’s ok, not awful, not lovely.The bottle is possibly the best thing about it, the smoky look on the bottle making it look a more expensive brand than it is. As for the scent, I like citrus based fragrances, and there is a citrus note, but a very small note and not one which lasts very long . By the time I had got to work I could no longer smell the fragrance; I am used to scents with more staying power.

  6. Tim Roast

    This would be great if, just like Lynx has the “Lynx effect”, this had the “Beckham effect”. Then I’d be able to put it on and become like David Beckham, my chin becoming chiselled, my looks becoming like a male model and my belly becoming a six-pack (but please can my voice not be high-pitched).Unfortunately I’ve tried it and I haven’t turned into a multimillionaire who women fancy. Nor have I become excellent at football. But at least now after a hard game of football where I have sliced the ball off the pitch and out of the ground with every single one of my touches before being subbed off to jeers and abuse from my own teammates, the fans, the opposition, the managers, the referee and the referee’s assistants I can at least put this on and smell like David Beckham smells.Then I can hold my head high as I walk the street, I can be confident in my stride, my fragrance wafting behind me, and I can say that I too have become a modern, contemporary Beckham-esque man who demands respect, even if I can’t play football. So for that I have to be grateful.

  7. Karen Baxter

    This Eau de Toilette arrives packed inside an elegant clear glass bottle inside a fairly attractive two tone grey branded box. The bottle contains 40mls of Eau de Toilette. The perfume is dispensed using the natural spray applicator at the top of the bottle.Unfortunately I wasn’t overly impressed with the scent of this particular Eau de Toilette and neither was my husband. The scent was very fresh and light and not overly noticeable, in fact it was a little disappointing. I know that an Eau de Toilette has the least amount of strength as a perfume, however I would expect it to remain for a bit longer than an hour which is about all the time that my husband and I could notice the scent. After this time a slight woody scent was all that was left.

  8. Roroblusmum

    This is a nice enough, fresh slightly green forest/herby scent that is not too pungent when you apply it. I tested it with a cat sitting on my lap and one next to me and neither twitched or gave any indication that they’d scented this, so yeah, not the strongest of scents.Five minutes after application, the scent is gone. If I sniff several times, yes there’s a hint of a masculine fragrance, but it smells like a pretty generic shower gel for men, and there’s definitely nothing but a tiny hint.On the plus side, the bottle is quite attractive, with mine having the appearance of purplish-grey glass, as there’s a lot more of the swirl in my bottle than there is on the advert image. What I don’t like is the green writing on the bottle, which makes it look cheap. And, it took me a few moments to remember that the DB fragrance range comes with a circle taken out of his name, and that it wasn’t a case of the brand name not having been printed properly.It’s certainly not worth the fraction-under-twenty-quid price, and I wouldn’t buy this.

  9. Spring In My Step

    A new fragrance in the David Beckham range.This is a good value scent that can hold its own with the big and expensive designer names.It is fresh and masculine, quite light so a good scent to use in an office environment as it keeps you smelling good without encroachment into the personal space of those around you.Longevity doesnt seem to be a strong point and this does disappear after a few hours unfortunately, which is why i deducted a star.

  10. Gregory Shanley

    The aftershave David Beckham Inspired by Respect is a 40 ml square shaped clear bottle that is clear with a purple colour thought the bottle.The aftershave is spicy but not overly so,it really is a very fresh smelling after shave.I have given it four stars because although I really like the aftershave,think it’s quite pricey for the amount you get.

  11. Rozzid

    Presented in a smaller (40ml) bottle & package than many gents aftershave / Eau de Toilette, at £20 this is priced as a nice gift & for someone who likes the brand or existing scents from the DB range it will no doubt please them – however for a newcomer to the scent or range of scents it may disappoint. I have smelt the Homme scent before and it is definitely stronger & longer lasting – much more “depth” to it – this however, while pleasing is lighter and a far more simple, citrus smell.Not for me, but probably for others – i’d say the younger generation.Time has clearly been taken with the design / packaging – each bottle is different with the smoky swirl different on each bottle. The name branding, however leaves something to be desired – but im no graphic designer so it might be spot on for the majority !

  12. David Bryson

    One of the main objectives of marketing has to be winning repeat orders. Well, the name of D Beckham just by itself surely goes a long way towards that. Last Christmas I got his previous Vine offering, and here I am reliably back endorsing his new offering this year too. Again, the scent is tactful and undemonstrative, with the right feeling of quality to it. The bottle is attractive and tasteful in design also, as expected of course.All in order, therefore. I’ll stop short of 5 stars because of the price tag. Too low a price would also be a mistake, taking the lordly DB down a peg and out of the market sector where he presumably belongs. Today’s price is about right, but in such a competitive field one can’t just spray 5 stars around, only the perfume itself.

  13. Arheddis Varkenjaab

    I’ve tried a few of Beckham’s scents, and use his ‘Homme’ Eau de Toilette regularly, so I was quite excited about a new one from his range. Unfortunately, it’s a disappointment for me.It’s a pleasant, fresh, citrussy scent, but it’s just a bit synthetic and with little depth, and just a very ‘thin’ and juvenile smell. While you wouldn’t expect an Eau de Toilette to be an overpowering perfume, there is little longevity to this one either. The smell seems to wear off extremely quickly, leaving on the faintest trace behind it.It’s certainly not actively unpleasant, and has an attractive odour, but not enough for me.

  14. Mauve Peace

    These are green woody chipre notes. It makes a nice gift, with a nicely small box and a well-shaped bottle. The name ‘Inspire’ is great twinned with the David Beckham name, a very popular character.It is intended for the average male who likely would be horrified by anything that is anything other than mildly bland and inoffensive, so fair enough.For the more discerning nostril, I would recommend a brand like Penhaligons, rather than Coty, but then again, that is a different market (posh, snooty and expensive).

  15. Martin Turner

    The first note on this fragrance is slightly reminiscent of the sea, or, at least, the great outdoors. It’s rugged and robust, though clear. After a few seconds, a strong undertone of fresh greenery starts to come out, and this dominates. It’s an attractive woodland or strong greenhouse note, which is also robust and rugged.This perfume is about the right strength for most men. It is strong enough to make its presence felt, but doesn’t overpower (at least, not if used reasonably), in the way that many aftershaves do. The overall impression is to make you smell fresher and more outdoorsy, rather than sleazy and a bit desperate, which some men’s perfumes seem to be aiming for. This is a good one for general use. Whether you think it smells of ‘respect’ is a different matter, but at least the bottle is nicely designed: tasteful, without drawing attention to itself.

  16. Perfumesoflondon Customer

    Not a bad smell which last better than some given its price.

  17. Paul B

    I can understand if people feel a little underwhelmed by the scent from this latest David Beckham product, the scent is there but it’s not as strong as other Eau De Toilette products.On the plus side, it doesn’t overpower and it sits nicely on top of things like deodorants and any shower gel, where it can still be picked up but doesn’t overpower them. It has a fresh breeze with a slight addition of citrus, a bit like sitting under lemon trees in the wind, which is refreshing.The packaging is pretty minimal and even the nice glass bottle has less than the usual design, but it’s a no nonsense scent for those who don’t need to smell like they’ve added far too much. I quite liked it,in fact.

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