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    Dior Homme Sport Eau de Toilette

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    A masculine Woody fragrance that was created as an homage to racing. For the man who craves adventure and who lives life in the fast lane, this scent is composed of citron and cedar wood accords with a powerful and energizing ginger accord that intens

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    1. Very sexy

      Posted by g00nerz on 7th Oct 2012

      I've been lurking for a while now so I thought it was about time I contribute something. I've decided my first should be my current favourite - Dior Homme Sport. I first discovered this at Nice Airport earlier this year. I loved that orangey citrus burst followed by a classy vanilla-esque drydown which is very similar to the original Dior Homme.

      I tried to find it when I returned to the UK but soon discovered a problem - I had tried the brand spanking at-the-time unreleased anywhere but France, 2012 reformulation. In the meantime however I did try the old formula DHS though, which I found to be quite a bit different. It starts off with incredibly zingy lemon citrus as opposed to orange, with grapefruit and ginger. It wasn't too long before I started reading up on these two versions and through other's opinions of old and new reformulations and my own testing when the new reform was finally released in the UK, I came to the decision that the old formula was the one for me - it smells better and is longer lasting.

      So, I bought a bottle of old DHS, taking care to buy the correct one (black square, not grey). I had the choice of cosmetic code 1Zxx (2011) or a 9Fxx (2009), but thinking as they were both the old formula I would go for the later one which would be good for longer.

      It must have taken about a week of using my 2011 DHS to realise something was not right. The scent was exactly what I expected of the old DHS formula, lemony grapefruit ginger loveliness, however this stuff was lasting 2 hours max, and had little to no projection. Nothing like the test bottle in Debenhams.

      So I went back to Debenhams and give the tester another go. I was livid! The tester lasted all day from 9am and was still going strong the next day. Still projecting until I left work at about 4pm. So I exchanged my 2011 for the 2009 bottle at Debenhams (no mean feat I can tell you). And lo and behold the 2009 bottle is amazing in longevity and projection, just like the tester.

      So, to conclude - it is my opinion that Dior actually reformulated DHS before the official reformulation in 2012. Dior may not have changed the actual scent, but they definitely changed the potency quite substantially. This would go some way to explain why some reviewers in this thread say how amazing the longevity and projection is, while some say it lasts merely hours. If your local shop still sells old formula DHS, my advice is to go for as early a bottle as you can. The only difference I could find between bottles was the 2011 bottle had the CD logo embossed on the top of the spritzer, while the 2009 bottle has no logo.

      Hope this helps any prospective buyers!

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