I've seen it selling for around $7 for 100 ml so keep that in mind. The drydown is mostly mint and a vetiver/woody quality, very dry, "chemical dry" I'd say. It's almost like a really weak niche scent, but spraying more definitely helps a lot, so if this is what you want, it's a bargain. If you are very sensitive to iso e super or dry woody aroma chemicals, this might not be for you, though.
First of all, this is a really cheap fragrance for men. I think I paid something like $7.95 for a 3.4oz bottle from Marshall's.
It's not terrible. It comes on synthetic in the first few moments, but the dry down improves it. It is citrusy. I find it has an oily smell as well. It doesn't last very long on me, perhaps 2 or 3 or 4 hours at the most.
If you like citrusy scents and on a limited budget you can do worse.