Braun Oral-B Professional Care 500 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with Precision Clean Brush Head £9 in Morrisions - HotUKDeals
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Braun Oral-B Professional Care 500 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with Precision Clean Brush Head £9.00 in Morrisions

£9.00 @ Morrisons
I was in Morrisions tonight Loads of oral b tooth brushs at half price around £17.50 -£25 But this was only £9 £39.99 on Amazon Rechargeable toothbrush with 1 mode: daily clean - kind to te… Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
I was in Morrisions tonight
Loads of oral b tooth brushs at half price around £17.50 -£25
But this was only £9

£39.99 on Amazon

Rechargeable toothbrush with 1 mode: daily clean - kind to teeth
3D cleaning (pulsates, oscillates and rotates) to remove 2 x as much plaque as an ordinary manual toothbrush
Pulsates 20,000 times per minute and rotates 7600 times per minute
2 minute quad timer tells you how long you have brushed
Includes 1 interchangeable head; single charge lasts 7 days
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sick of buying stuff then it being cheaper the next day. waited ages for an offer on a oral -b brush and not one on, then i get the amaxon one for £25 and three others come along :(.

Still hot deal

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#1
which store?
#2
epoland
which store?

Maldon
9 Likes #3
sick of buying stuff then it being cheaper the next day. waited ages for an offer on a oral -b brush and not one on, then i get the amaxon one for £25 and three others come along :(.

Still hot deal
#4
nice find
#5
Does anyone know if the small local morrisons will stock them. Thanks
2 Likes #6
I've had electric toothbrushes in the past... They're amazing BUT!!!

If you're on a tight budget then don't go there, you can often get cracking deals (this in particular is great if you can get it) but it's the brush heads which cost a bomb and unlike a 'manual' brush they do tend to get rather worn and useless after about 6 months of regular use.

I'm not saying don't get this, just that you might want to think again if £12-18 a year on toothbrushes is a lot.

KM
3 Likes #7
6 months is a hell of a long time to expect a brush head to last! 3 months is more realistic. The heads cost about £3 each. Don't buy ebay copies though, they quickly break!
#8
£40 Amazon? hahahahaha
3 Likes #9
Yes I've found new heads expensive but the Chinese seem to have got hold of the problem as usual. Got 4 heads for my older Braun for £4 which was affordable. And they work fine. Google search, Amazon, Ebay. They are out there if you can find them.
#11
I think these are programmed to break down at the start of December (_;) - I'm always getting them for stocking fillers for Christmas . Good deal though.
#12
by OP..Found 1 hour, 20 minutes ago
I was in Morrisions tonight ..................

erm which country 6:40pm night started because night hardly just started in UK
#13
paulgriff
6 months is a hell of a long time to expect a brush head to last! 3 months is more realistic. The heads cost about £3 each. Don't buy ebay copies though, they quickly break!

Ha, ok maybe 6 months was optimistic... My point stands though :) Having said that, the round heads last longer than the others (in my experience).

KM
#14
Great price since the replacement batteries are nearly £7, brush heads can be had cheap if you buy at the right time, £1.50 to £2.00 per head is the target price.
#15
Kidmonkey
I've had electric toothbrushes in the past... They're amazing BUT!!!

If you're on a tight budget then don't go there, you can often get cracking deals (this in particular is great if you can get it) but it's the brush heads which cost a bomb and unlike a 'manual' brush they do tend to get rather worn and useless after about 6 months of regular use.

I'm not saying don't get this, just that you might want to think again if £12-18 a year on toothbrushes is a lot.

KM
are you for real??? 6 months with same toothbrush? I must be cleaning my teeth too often, they never last me that long. lol.
#16
I never doubted you, just the fact that the 'higher' spec toothbrushes like the oral b 1000 or 2000 usually are within this range. But looking now, they've even got the oral b 3000 for £40 :D
#17
adamsa29
are you for real??? 6 months with same toothbrush? I must be cleaning my teeth too often, they never last me that long. lol.

Other than a couple of fillings and a lost tooth from when I was a kid I have good, white teeth, never get tooth ache, no bad breath, etc (tho I don't smoke so that must help) and use a stiff bristle brush and regularly get 4-6 months by brushing twice a day for 3 minutes and use mouth wash.

Maybe I'm lucky? Dunno but I am very much for real ;)

KM

Edited By: Kidmonkey on Dec 03, 2014 22:25
#18
OK, can someone helpful link a good place to buy heads?
#19
andykapa
by OP..Found 1 hour, 20 minutes ago
I was in Morrisions tonight ..................

erm which country 6:40pm night started because night hardly just started in UK

Night for most people is when it dark when the sun sets, so night time in the UK actually starts from about 4pm may be even sooner at the top end of Scotland :)
1 Like #20
I honestly couldn't be bothered going to morrisons looking for this deal (if I could even find it, and if the store would answer my call to see if it is in stock) even though Im going to pay about that price for a replacement head on my old toothbrush.
#21
asm80
OK, can someone helpful link a good place to buy heads?


Lmao
#22
For the genuine oral b heads always check superdrug first then boots, tesco etc, (online rather than chasing round the shops). someone always has them half price or less. Had this toothbrush 3 years and it's fab, but have never paid 'rrp' for the heads as you can always get them cheaper. Tried some cheap copies from Amazon and they were ok but didn't last as long so that's personal preference. On the upside though it said on the packet that they eliminate plague (yes, with a g)..... If only we'd known about them all those years ago!
1 Like #23
Kidmonkey
paulgriff
6 months is a hell of a long time to expect a brush head to last! 3 months is more realistic. The heads cost about £3 each. Don't buy ebay copies though, they quickly break!

Ha, ok maybe 6 months was optimistic... My point stands though :) Having said that, the round heads last longer than the others (in my experience).
They seem to have lasted longer than the Cavaliers anyway!:|

KM
banned#24
release the geese
#25
Ive used copy heads from amazon and my teeth became very sensitive. My dentist told me the ends of the bristles were not smooth and we're damaging the enamal.
#26
http://i1267.photobucket.com/albums/jj545/daveyboy7474/image_zps75ca0ba6.jpg
#27
digbys
They seem to have lasted longer than the Cavaliers anyway!:|

LOL, it took me a moment...

KM
#28
what is the barcode of the product, please
#29
fuchsia12
what is the barcode of the product, please

I'm At work at the moment
#30
Has this deal gone? Can't seem to find it!
#31
I can't see it when I follow the link?
Is it only in store?
#32
Kidmonkey
adamsa29
are you for real??? 6 months with same toothbrush? I must be cleaning my teeth too often, they never last me that long. lol.

Other than a couple of fillings and a lost tooth from when I was a kid I have good, white teeth, never get tooth ache, no bad breath, etc (tho I don't smoke so that must help) and use a stiff bristle brush and regularly get 4-6 months by brushing twice a day for 3 minutes and use mouth wash.

Maybe I'm lucky? Dunno but I am very much for real ;)

KM

Iam afraid, 6 months too long for a single tooth brush to last.
#33
HOT. blinding price for a rechargeable oral-B. Maybe not as good as the higher spec oral-B's but still far better than any manual brush.
banned#34
Can i get this online?
1 Like #35
Jamesmorris365
Can i get this online?

Have you bothered looking?
#36
Awesome deal if you can get it.

Note: When these die, they die. There is no simple way to replace the batteries, unless you really like tinkering with things. My first lasted a couple of years, still purchased another as they are extremely good and would purchase this if I could be bothered to go to Mozzers (and if they had stock).
#37
None in my local store but the Oral B advance power battery toothbrush is £9 so I recon it's a miss price and store mistake

http://i.imgur.com/kUtHWfE.jpg

Edited By: admirable on Dec 04, 2014 11:42
#38
Is there an online deal available? Most won't be able go tot his store
#39
simon1964
HOT. blinding price for a rechargeable oral-B. Maybe not as good as the higher spec oral-B's but still far better than any manual brush.
But is it? Whats that vy the packaging? Looks like a battery to me!
#40
leeparsons
simon1964
HOT. blinding price for a rechargeable oral-B. Maybe not as good as the higher spec oral-B's but still far better than any manual brush.
But is it? Whats that vy the packaging? Looks like a battery to me!

OP states rechargeable and the OP picture is a Oral B 500 rechargeable.

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