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Braun Oral-B Professional Care 6000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush - reduced to £18.99 delivered @ Amazon !

£18.99 @ Amazon
£29 delivered @ Dixons Dual speed 3D cleaning for sensitive areas Up to 20,000 pulsations and 7,600 rotations per minute Built-in pressure sensor stops pulsations if you're brushing too hard …
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£29 delivered @ Dixons

Dual speed 3D cleaning for sensitive areas
Up to 20,000 pulsations and 7,600 rotations per minute
Built-in pressure sensor stops pulsations if you're brushing too hard
2 minute quad timer helps you brush for the dentist recommended time
Rechargeable handle lasts up to 7 days between charges (cleaning twice a day for two minutes each session)

The Oral-B Professional Care 6000 rechargeable toothbrush combines a compact round brush head with a high-speed 3D pulsing action to help prevent and even reverse gum disease. While your brush's in-and-out pulsating movements (20,000 per minute) loosen plaque on and between your teeth, its oscillating rotations (7,600 per minute) will sweep it away. This brushing technology, pioneered by Oral-B is clinically proven to:


Remove significantly more plaque than an ordinary manual toothbrush
Improve the health of gums by reversing gingivitis
Remove stains
Help prevent gum disease, the leading cause of tooth loss
Work as gently on teeth and gums as a soft manual toothbrush.

The Oral-B Professional Care 6000 rechargeable toothbrush comes complete with a Precision Clean toothbrush head. These are perfect for ensuring a complete clean, as the round brush head surrounds each individual tooth.
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#1
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#2
GooD Deal.

You just wouldn't believe the timing of this find.

OH came in and told me hers wasn't charging anymore just five mins ago.
(Spent five mins doing the 'Man thing' and get it going, to no avail.)

Sod It. Easier to order a new one at that price. :)

Thx. Heat added
#3
this is a really good brush i got it when it was a little more than this on amazon a few months back... so this is a great deal!

x
#4
got the email yesterday from amazon... looks prety basic
banned#5
not bad but I think this just has a ni-cad battery which doesnt hold as much charge or last long unlike the braun 8000+ range

bought an 8500 last month for about the same price
#6
Decent price - I used to have one of these, but recently switched to the cheaper AA battery powered Brauns. They feel slightly cheaper, but it's just so much easier to swap in a pair of rechargeables when the battery runs out.
#7
Forget this deal, if you want a VERY good toothbrush then get this from Amazon Braun Oral-B Professional Care 9900 Triumph with SmartGuide Rechargeable Power Toothbrush @ £69.99. Usually £160 in Boots.
#8
I recently did some swatting up on these - look for the pulsations/m - more = better.

All the 'gadgets' are pointless (bluetooth mouth readout!!??) but the timer is good (standard on all).

I suggest its worth the extra to get the 8000 series with 40,000 oscillations (double this one).

I got mine for £24 (I think) from Costco.

I was told that once you start using one of these you will be able to tell who does and does not use electric toothbrushes - its true!!

Not voted.
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bargainhunter666
Forget this deal, if you want a VERY good toothbrush then get this from Amazon Braun Oral-B Professional Care 9900 Triumph with SmartGuide Rechargeable Power Toothbrush @ £69.99. Usually £160 in Boots.


http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/catalogId/1500001801/partNumber/4429694.htm

£68.39 at argos - best brush around, I have one it has a holder for 4 heads so the whole family uses it, only downside is that it needs charging every 2 days. Charger is interesting it is low voltage and doesn't have contacts so you can't fry yourself
#10
The 6000 is about £19 in store at Tesco. However, they also have the 8000 for £20.79, so if you can find a store with stock, this is obviously the best buy. It seems like these brushes are being replaced by a new Oral-B range in Tesco.

ClashInDevon
#11
Voted hot - still a good electric toothbrush. I had one myself until I recently. A decent price, you cant go wrong with German technology.:thumbsup:
#12
rizla01
GooD Deal.

You just wouldn't believe the timing of this find.

OH came in and told me hers wasn't charging anymore just five mins ago.
(Spent five mins doing the 'Man thing' and get it going, to no avail.)

Sod It. Easier to order a new one at that price. :)

Thx. Heat added


We had exactly the same problem - it turned out to be the fuse in the shaver plug that have gone.
Bought a new shaver adaptor with fuse from Asda for 19p and working perfectly again!.
#13
ClashInDevon
The 6000 is about £19 in store at Tesco. However, they also have the 8000 for £20.79, so if you can find a store with stock, this is obviously the best buy. It seems like these brushes are being replaced by a new Oral-B range in Tesco.

ClashInDevon


I ve managed to grab the last one 8500 a week ago at my local Sainsberys for £17. It's a good tothebrush, but i don't see much difference from the basic Vitality model.
banned#14
good tooth brush, i like the head with the rubber cup that does really polish your teeth, even if you drink red win and coffeee like I do !!!!
#15
I would also recommend the Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush. Its a superb toothbrush, with a very long battery life. The secret is to let battery fully discharge, before charging it. It provides a better extended battery life for usage.:-D
banned#16
Le Cube Blanc;5988564
I would also recommend the Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush. Its a superb toothbrush, with a very long battery life. The secret is to let battery fully discharge, before charging it. It provides a better extended battery life for usage.:-D

totally wrong there mate.

the 7000 and upwards toothbrushes use li-on batteries which you are meant to keep at full charge

true what you say for 6500 and below range as they use ni-cad :thumbsup::thumbsup:
#17
csiman
totally wrong there mate.

the 7000 and upwards toothbrushes use li-on batteries which you are meant to keep at full charge


I'm going to have to go ahead and contradict you on this one.

http://www.blackbookmag.com/ee/images/uploads2/pf_main_lumbergh1.jpg

In the instructions for my DLX 7500 it reads:

[INDENT]Battery maintenance
To maintain the maximum capacity of the rechargeable battery, unplug the charging unit and discharge the handle by regular use at least every 6 months.[/INDENT]


I've had my brush for over two years now. I've followed these instructions and had no problems at all with it keeping a charge.

ClashInDevon
#18
bargainhunter666
Forget this deal, if you want a VERY good toothbrush then get this from Amazon Braun Oral-B Professional Care 9900 Triumph with SmartGuide Rechargeable Power Toothbrush @ £69.99. Usually £160 in Boots.


Yea thanks for that absolute no relavance blurb. Try posting that deal and see if it gets HOT will you? NO.
banned#19
ClashInDevon;5989167
I'm going to have to go ahead and contradict you on this one.

In the instructions for my DLX 7500 it reads:

[INDENT]Battery maintenance
To maintain the maximum capacity of the rechargeable battery, unplug the charging unit and discharge the handle by regular use at least every 6 months.[/INDENT]


I've had my brush for over two years now. I've followed these instructions and had no problems at all with it keeping a charge.

ClashInDevon

not really contradicting me.

I meant that li-on batteries prefer to be kept topped up but yes they do need a 95% discharge every 6 months. i do this with my home phones every 6 months and batteries have been fine now for 4+ years.

its not a good idea to ever fully discharge a li-on battery.

i was contradicting the earlier bad advice that you should charge this toothbrush fully and use until fully discharged etc etc
#20
So everyone, never mind batteries:

Is this toothbrush necessarily much better than any of the other same (or even cheaper) non branded ones for sale at Boots?
banned#21
1977mermaid;5989309
So everyone, never mind batteries:

Is this toothbrush necessarily much better than any of the other same (or even cheaper) non branded ones for sale at Boots?

thats like comparing a daihatsu to a honda
#22
Does the same thing, just that one has a better image?

I don't know anything about cars either... ;-)
banned#23
1977mermaid;5989657
Does the same thing, just that one has a better image?

I don't know anything about cars either... ;-)

no-one will know unless they have tried both but what boots one are you asking for a comparison on?

All I can say is that I paid £80+ for a philips sonicare one 5 years ago and the 8500 cost me £18 and is much better all round.

its cheaper in the long run than the dentists every 3 months (now go once a year at most).
#24
I bought the Braun Oral-B Professional Care 9900 £69.99 from Amazon.

Thanks for the heads up!!!
#25
I bought this same model from boots for £26.80 but not a single one rather a TWIN PACK with extra two heads as well. so not really a great deal
#26
csiman

All I can say is that I paid £80+ for a philips sonicare one 5 years ago and the 8500 cost me £18 and is much better all round.


Where did you get your current 8500 (at that price) from?

Sorry to keep on hassling you btw..

:thumbsup:
#27
greyhorse
good tooth brush, i like the head with the rubber cup that does really polish your teeth, even if you drink red win and coffeee like I do !!!!


Greyhorse, i like your thumbnail picture :thumbsup:
#28
BeerGoggles
Yea thanks for that absolute no relavance blurb. Try posting that deal and see if it gets HOT will you? NO.


Was I offering a deal that would be hot? No because there ARE too many idiots like yourself that would vote it cold because you could buy a sub standard brush for £20!
I was letting others know of a better toothbrush at a great price AND FAR better Value for money.
I see at least one person has purchased one and I am therefore happy to have helped. You on the other hand can just waste your time posting pointless stuff i.e. a reply to this.....

p.s. The Braun 9900 CAN be returned after TWO YEARS if you are not happy - read the t&c's.
banned#29
1977mermaid;5991173
Where did you get your current 8500 (at that price) from?

Sorry to keep on hassling you btw..

:thumbsup:

amazon a few months back. was £17 in sainsburys last month so if in no rush then just wait until a special price appears.
#30
bargainhunter666

p.s. The Braun 9900 CAN be returned after TWO YEARS if you are not happy - read the t&c's.


no way, where does it say that
#31
You get a 1yr Guarantee BUT if you register then this is extended to 3 years.

BUT within the Instruction/info booklet this is shown:
There is a 30 day challenge where you can get a full refund if you are not happy.

BUT further on:

24 Month Performance Guarantee
Improved oral care does not happen overnight. At Oral-B, we recognise that fact. That's why we offer you 24 months to adjust to the new Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide. With daily use, you will see how the Oral-B Triumph with Smartguide significantly reduce plaque. If you don't, send it back for a full refund.

That's our promise to you - if you are not happy with the results, then we aren't either. To help us provide you with your refund, please send us your Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide within 24 months of purchase along with your name and address filled in below and the original till receipt indicating the purchase price and date of purchase.

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