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Calvin Klein Eternity for Men Eau De Toilette Spray 100ml $29.99 Instore (RRP $89) or $24.99 Online with Code @Chemist Warehouse


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  • +2 votes

    $30 for toilette spray? Think I’ll stick with Duck.

  • +9 votes

    No one has paid $90 for that in decades.

  • +4 votes

    Just be careful with CW selling old stock..frangrance wont last long on clothes..multiple previous bad experiences and internet forums littered with such complaints..

    • +1 vote

      I was caught three times buying davidoff coolwater from CW and burned three times. It was like spraying scented water…All three were binned. NEVER AGAIN


      Ruling out fakes or lesser strength (parfume vs EDT), fragrances are often reformulated over time… unfortunelty this more often than not results in them not being as long lasting or projecting as much as earlier formulations. Most fragrances have batch numbers on the box which you can often enter into pages online to see if they are legit.

  • +12 votes

    Its been $29.99 in store for years
    $24.99 when on sale

  • -3 votes

    Eau De Toilette

    For those who aren't multilingual, eau de toilette in French means odour from the toilet.

    • +5 votes

      Eau is French for water, so it's actual literal translation is toilet water.

      Still just as delicious.


    Does cologne have an expiry date?


    Yeah it’s always around this price

  • +2 votes

    I do agree with others -re CW gear being old. The date of the one's I purchased (can usually check with serial number) in the past were between 2-3 years after manufacture. Still ok for use but people should be aware of what they're buying.


      Agreed. Shelf life for most fragrances is usually about 5 years… so if you are using it in six months then you should be fine. I certainly wouldn't want to be buying a 2-3 year old batch of anything top shelf/pricey like Creed.