Both the 414 and the 502 from the Wasim Akram range of scents share an eye-catching and iconic cricket ball design. They come presented in a gift box, which opens up to reveal the cricket ball placed carefully inside a suede/velvet finished casing, which can be pulled out like a drawer for easy access to the perfume.
This is priced slightly cheaper than the other 502 scent in the Wasim Akram range but isn’t as popular as the 502 Scent despite the price difference. Having said that it still sells well and generally appeals to people who like scents like boss bottled, which does appeal to a lot of people. It shares notes of bergamot and apple with Boss bottled in the opening, and both have similar notes like lime and lemon in too. They share cedar in the base however the heart notes do differ. Both have spicy elements but different types of spice and I guess for me a distinctive facet would be the addition of the signature lavender note in this perfume which features in a lot of J. fragrances but is absent in Boss Bottled. Thus, I would not say it is a dupe per se, but the familiarity is there for somebody who is acquainted with both scents. A good value, popular scent.