|Model||New Car Scent Car Air Fresheners|
|Product Dimensions||10.16 x 10.16 x 10.16 cm; 4.54 Grams|
|Item Model Number||76171101891|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||76171101891|
|Cover Included||Air Freshener Spray|
|Safety rating||Não se aplica|
|Item Weight||4.54 g|
Little Tree New Car Scent Car Air Fresheners, Multicolor
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||10.2 x 10.2 x 10.2 centimetres|
|Unit count||1 count|
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- The rich scent of a brand new car
- Available in a variety of fresh fragrances
- Use at home or on the road
- Automotive air freshener
- Give your vehicle a tune-up
- Fit type: Universal Fit
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Little Tree New Car Scent freshen your life with the world-famous air fresheners. Give your vehicle a tune-up with the rich fragrance of New Car Scent. Like all our fragrances, it’s high-quality, strong and long-lasting. At home or on the road, let Little Trees freshen your life.
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Logically, it's a darn near impossible task for any chemicals specialist (such as this company) to separate out all the gazillion different scents arising from the components used in a car's manufacture as well as the materials deployed to bind 'em all together. Each component scent has to be identified and completely isolated in an aromatic analysis process of forensic accuracy. The production costs involved never going to be covered by a £1 retail price, of which perhaps only 50p goes to the manufacturer.
That said, I'm not too disappointed. I hadn't expected much and didn't get much: the initial 'scent' was of chemical compounds unlike anything I've ever experienced in a succession of company cars as well as our family's own new car -- well, new three years ago. It arrived factory fresh from Nissan's Sunderland plant, and by 'fresh' I mean just that: we only live an hour's drive from the production line and the vehicle was delivered later the same day it came off that line. Our local dealership ran PDI checks next day and we collected the car the day after that. So yes: we know exactly what the 'new car smell' should be, because ours wasn't one of those which come off the line to be dumped outdoors in a field and stored there until such time as a dealer, somewhere in the UK, asks for it to be brought into stock.
The Little Tree 'new car' air freshener we sampled positively assailed one's sense of smell from the moment its plastic bag was removed; we know one is supposed to only cut off the top of the bag and expose the 'tree' to the air over a week or so, but we wanted to assess its full-strength effect.
And no, it didn't remind any of us in the family of the scent of the interior of our own car when new (complete with newly unpacked floormats). More to the point, it didn't actually remind us of anything at all, but instead prompted thoughts of how this must be the way a chemicals spillage smells in a laboratory.
After a couple of days of full-scale olfactoryassault by the tree, we removed it and binned it. As the minimum Prime delivery has to be two units rather than one, presumably to subsidise some of the post and packing costs involved, we actually ordered a mini forest of two "trees" so we then put the second tree to work, this time by carefully cutting off the top of the plastic bag -- a patently daft arrangement, because seriously, who wants a small-plastic-bag-with-something-inside-it shimmering and dangling inside a car?
The smell, now, was so weak that it was necessary to fiddle around with the 'tree' -- the touch of which to our fingertips was anything but pleasant -- to extricate more of its branches from the wrapping. But all that happened now was that the chemicals-accident-in-a-laboratory smell returned. Within less than 5 days, interaction of the tree's chemical impregnation with the surrounding air ceased altogether; clearly, longevity isn't a strong point.
In fairness though it has to be said it's possible to spend a considerably higher sum of money than one or two £s on these so-called 'new car smell' products, and that Little Trees' purchase price is anything but exorbitant. A disappointment, yes, and in many ways an understandable one too because it's doubtful any product can ever successfully emulate the complex aromatic mix that characterizes the interior scent of a brand new car, but for the price, you may want to have a little £2 punt-- no two people are alike, nor are individual sensitivities to external olfactory stimuli.
In our case, one star is a more than generous rating but that doesn't necessarily mean your experience would be the same as ours.