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post #106 of 1110
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50ml is 250 and 100ml is 300. If would be wise to go with the larger bottle
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I think it would be more financially feasible to get the large bottle and either make larger splits or split it up 10 ways.
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Ditto and/or Wall Street as well. How would Bond No9 bottles be decanted?
Same way all other fragrances are decanted - somebody buys the large bottle and empties out the juice into smaller bottles.
post #107 of 1110
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update - The Ormonde Jayne Split Will Stay Open Until The End Of The Week 2/7. The Order Will Be Placed 2/8. Please Notify Me If You Want To Get In On The Split Before That Time.
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Same way all other fragrances are decanted - somebody buys the large bottle and empties out the juice into smaller bottles.
I understand but the bigger bottles dont have a sprayer making it easy. I am assuming the idea is to keep spraying into the vial until its full, correct?
post #112 of 1110
is no one interested in my tuscan leather split now? i had so many pms prior
post #113 of 1110
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I understand but the bigger bottles dont have a sprayer making it easy. I am assuming the idea is to keep spraying into the vial until its full, correct?
If it doesn't have a sprayer then you use a dropper or something similar to measure out and transfer the liquids.
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is no one interested in my tuscan leather split now? i had so many pms prior
Try PM'ing them. People get wishy washy about these sorts of things.
post #114 of 1110
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is no one interested in my tuscan leather split now? i had so many pms prior

I'm somewhat interested but I'm in Canada, thus the lack of a PM from me. Perhaps this is part of the issue?
post #115 of 1110
Just wanted to elt anyone that might be interested in the Creed Virgin Island Watewr Split that there are 2 spots left. Shipping out tomorrow morning if anyone wants to get in on it.
post #116 of 1110
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I'm somewhat interested but I'm in Canada, thus the lack of a PM from me. Perhaps this is part of the issue?

+1, same here.
post #117 of 1110
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I understand but the bigger bottles dont have a sprayer making it easy. I am assuming the idea is to keep spraying into the vial until its full, correct?

I'd add that its much easier for larger decants without a sprayer. If you order from accessoriesforfragrances, they will usually throw in a few funnels and pipettes as freebies. 1ml, depending on the sprayer, is maybe 12 pumps. If you're trying to empty out a 100ml bottle, that's about 1200 pumps! And many sprayers will often start leaking after around 30-50 consecutive sprays, so you'll end up losing juice to spillage.
post #118 of 1110
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I'd add that its much easier for larger decants without a sprayer. If you order from accessoriesforfragrances, they will usually throw in a few funnels and pipettes as freebies. 1ml, depending on the sprayer, is maybe 12 pumps. If you're trying to empty out a 100ml bottle, that's about 1200 pumps! And many sprayers will often start leaking after around 30-50 consecutive sprays, so you'll end up losing juice to spillage.
Spraying into a smaller bottle, especially with some of these oddly shaped bottles, is a tremendous pain in the ass. The bottles that I can open up and get into are so much fucking easier to work with. Not to mention the loss just from the eventual misting of the fragrance after spraying. You end up with an entire counter full of fragrance mist. That's fun to clean up.
post #119 of 1110
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I'm somewhat interested but I'm in Canada, thus the lack of a PM from me. Perhaps this is part of the issue?

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+1, same here.

Well so far I have one person who has expressed interest in 10 ml, but I am waiting to hear from him whether he's in for sure or not.

I don't know how much shipping to canada would cost, but would you guys be interested in $55-60 shipped?
post #120 of 1110
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I'd add that its much easier for larger decants without a sprayer. If you order from accessoriesforfragrances, they will usually throw in a few funnels and pipettes as freebies. .
Thats what i did. Ordered a couple of 1oz bottles from AFF. Took my TdH and decanted it using the funnel. Was not very pleased with the outcome. I mean it worked fine without spillage but its a pain in the ass.


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1ml, depending on the sprayer, is maybe 12 pumps. If you're trying to empty out a 100ml bottle, that's about 1200 pumps! And many sprayers will often start leaking after around 30-50 consecutive sprays, so you'll end up losing juice to spillage
That's what i am wondering while i read up on Bond 9 split. Dont see how that would work.

Do you suppose the fragrance loses some element while exposed to air or am i just imagining things?
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