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Floid Vapouriser (Orange)

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This product must be ordered before Tuesday 17th December to ensure delivery in time for Christmas.

Product Description

FloØ?d Vapouriser (Orange)


This is the Vapouriser to suit both the original and new format Italian FloØ?d Amber aftershave bottles. Perfect for ease of use and to create a perfectly directed, fine mist of scent. Great looking accessory to go with the iconic glass bottle.

How to use

Simply screw onto the top of the FloØ?d Amber Aftershave bottle and pump to achieve a fine spray of scent.

Recommended for

Only fits the FloØ?d Amber 400ml Aftershave bottle.

Grooming tip

FloØ?d After Shaves are renowned for their lower alcohol content making them suitable for applying directly after shaving to closer the pores, even for the more sensitive skins.


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Product Reviews

  1. Desirable accessory for your flask of Floid 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jun 2014

    Makes the application of the right amount of Floid in the right place a simple and easy job. Quite fun, too.

  2. If you own Floid aftershave, you need one of these. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Feb 2014

    Sprays a fine mist onto your face, no wastage.
    Looks great in the bathroom.
    Same great service from Maguires.

  3. Orange vapourizer 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jul 2013

    A must have with the 400 ml bottle of Aftershave, puffs out a lovely fine mist.


The original FloÇîd was used in Madrid and Barcelona in the traditional barber shops of these vibrant cities. It has a certain cachet amongst shaving fans in Spain and Italy. The formula has not changed since 1932; it is neither mild nor modern, but it soothes the skin and reduces irritation after shaving. Introduced and unchanged in its native Spain, it's also sold in an amended form in Italy. The Spanish version is sharper and with a more potent smell, the Italian takes a more soft approach - and there's less alcohol to sting your skin. But no matter which version you go for, both have the same vintage-style graphics on both bottle and packaging, not to mention bakelite-style caps!