Braun Oral-B Professional Care Total Care 8900 Rechargeable Toothbrush £40 delivered (was £89.99!!!!) @ Amazon!!!! - HotUKDeals
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Braun Oral-B Professional Care Total Care 8900 Rechargeable Toothbrush £40.00 delivered (was £89.99!!!!) @ Amazon!!!!

£40.00 @ Amazon
Less then half price!!! Product Features Professional timer Pressure sensor Outstanding plaque removal 3 Brush modes: Clean, Sensitive and Polish Speed: Pulsations / minute 40,000 Speed:…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Less then half price!!!

Product Features
Professional timer
Pressure sensor
Outstanding plaque removal
3 Brush modes: Clean, Sensitive and Polish
Speed: Pulsations / minute 40,000
Speed: Side-to-side movements / minute 8,800
Brush head storage
Travel case
Charge indicator (full/low)
2 years guarantee commencing on the date of purchase
2 Pin plug adapter needed
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#1
i had this last time it was this price on amazon - worth getting

the adaptors are cheap in tesco too about 40p ish
#2
Thanks. I've had this a year bought it for £45 same sort of deal. Just bought another two for my sons :-)
#3
Heat added
#4
Bought mine. Great deal thanks
#5
any reviews on this toothbrush?

what sets this apart from a £10-£20 electrical oral b brush?

thanks
#6
56 customer reviews on amazon.
#7
had ours for three years, great machine
#8
Braun / oral-b have great customer service too - Had a £15 toothbrush from them which started to not charge properly 14 months after purchase. Phoned them up, sent it off freepost, and a brand new one arrived three days later.
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Nellster
any reviews on this toothbrush?

what sets this apart from a £10-£20 electrical oral b brush?

thanks


I went through that "is it worth the extra ?" question and answer session a good while ago. I'd previously had a couple of the regular ones you talk about and even a useless battery one. I also would not pay the £130 or so they wanted for the one I got (eventually £60 or so on Amazon).

So what is the main difference ? It is the power. Not just the length of the power charge or even the delivery of a top charge for a long time, even if not recharged but the way the number of oscillations and movement of the head cleans the teeth so much more than the cheaper comparatives, which in themselves are so much better than normal brushing.

IN the first minute of brushing I knew it was worth the full price and scolded myself for holding out for a deal. Total ownership is actually financially positive as your trips to the expensive hygienist are reduced as, most likely, is the amount of dental treatment you will need in future.

I highly recommend. As a health minister, I'd give them out to everyone and ban the sale of regular toothbrushes.
#10
shame that there is no cashback for amazon or vouchers that would make this product even cheaper. Good price still, heat added
#11
grubby23
shame that there is no cashback for amazon or vouchers that would make this product even cheaper. Good price still, heat added



nectar points about all u can get
#12
Anyone knows how this one compared to the Braun Oral-B Professional Care 9900 Triumph? The later one costs £25 more, and I wonder if it is worth it to spend the additional money.
#13
Great deal, need one of these:thumbsup:
#14
Forgetting about the price difference, how does this compare to the oral-b 8500 here: http://tinyurl.com/ybl6g54 and http://tinyurl.com/yebt88p, and the 9500 here: http://tinyurl.com/y9awmvn

I've been thinking of getting one for a while but haven't looked in much detail as to the differences between models.
#15
Good deal but deffo worth the extra £15 and get the 9500 Triumph, its the best toothbrush Ive ever tried and everyone I know has now got one

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Triumph-Professional-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B000FLPNKQ

It really does give that dentist feeling after :)
#16
Cold the 9900 was £20.84p last weekend in boots, got 3. I must say though I was going out to pay the £43 price that they were reported to be priced down to but then they had reduced them (but not on the price tag) by half again when I got to the counter. She also gave me a £5 off electronics stuff voucher printed at the till before hand but had to spend over £30 to redeem it so stocked up on the last 2.
#17
good deal my cost 70quid
#18
expensive for a toothbrush
#19
3.1415926
I went through that "is it worth the extra ?" question and answer session a good while ago. I'd previously had a couple of the regular ones you talk about and even a useless battery one. I also would not pay the £130 or so they wanted for the one I got (eventually £60 or so on Amazon).

So what is the main difference ? It is the power. Not just the length of the power charge or even the delivery of a top charge for a long time, even if not recharged but the way the number of oscillations and movement of the head cleans the teeth so much more than the cheaper comparatives, which in themselves are so much better than normal brushing.

IN the first minute of brushing I knew it was worth the full price and scolded myself for holding out for a deal. Total ownership is actually financially positive as your trips to the expensive hygienist are reduced as, most likely, is the amount of dental treatment you will need in future.

I highly recommend. As a health minister, I'd give them out to everyone and ban the sale of regular toothbrushes.


thank you very much! answered everything i wanted to know. have some rep! :)
#20
Got mine for £20 from boots, scan with thre oral-b half price again and got staff discount from me mom! bless her. Great brush shakes your teeth out! lol - Heated but may be worth checking to see if it's reduced at your local boots as they scan at half price again at the checkout.
#21
leedale30
Cold the 9900 was £20.84p last weekend in boots, got 3. I must say though I was going out to pay the £43 price that they were reported to be priced down to but then they had reduced them (but not on the price tag) by half again when I got to the counter. She also gave me a £5 off electronics stuff voucher printed at the till before hand but had to spend over £30 to redeem it so stocked up on the last 2.



That's good if you could find one, I was trawling Boots in my local area and nothing but the newer range on show. Waste of my time looking for something that's only in limited supply in limited stores:-(
#22
i think the 8500 was £20? at boots recently clearance stock, not much difference in brushes.
#23
I have this brush. Hands down it beats the last ultrasonex I had previously which cost over £120.
#24
googles123
expensive for a toothbrush

It's a false economy if these brush better, have cheaper heads compared to brushes and in the long term save you money.
#25
Boots had all the brauns half price this weekend. Probably all week. Same price... and get boots points too!
#26
I've got the triumph which I upgraded too from the 8500. Well worth doing so if you want to spend the extra on but at this price for the 8900 (if it is anything like the 8500) then you can't go wrong. Also worth checking out the thread for the replacement heads from wilkos
#27
Now reduced to £35 on Amazon ( Sunday 15:33)
#28
They are not sold by Amazon directly. A third party is selling them.
#29
well spotted - so you need to add £4.00 postage
#30
#31
Amazon are still selling them for £40.
#32
KapA
Good deal but deffo worth the extra £15 and get the 9500 Triumph, its the best toothbrush Ive ever tried and everyone I know has now got one

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Triumph-Professional-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B000FLPNKQ

It really does give that dentist feeling after :)


This offer is for the same brush without the gimicks.. i've used both and know :thumbsup:
#33
i've got the older version of this and i reccomend it, this is a bargain!
#34
So would people recommend the 9500 over this 8900 model?
#35
vivaki
So would people recommend the 9500 over this 8900 model?


The 9500 is the same brush with a chip in it to tell it how to behave when a different style brushead is attached.
It also has an LCD battery indicator. You can still select your brushing mode with this one normal..sensitive..polish.

The only real difference occurs when you buy the 9500 in a pack with the 'smartguide' lcd monitor aka 9900 (re-named 5000) other than that it just looks sexier.
#36
8500 model is there for £34 inc delivery. has more parts but main difference i can see from spec is one less brush method 'polish'. if someone could tell the the polish brush method was worth the extra £6?!
#37
huggychair
The 9500 is the same brush with a chip in it to tell it how to behave when a different style brushead is attached.
It also has an LCD battery indicator. You can still select your brushing mode with this one normal..sensitive..polish.

The only real difference occurs when you buy the 9500 in a pack with the 'smartguide' lcd monitor aka 9900 (re-named 5000) other than that it just looks sexier.


And that the 9500 is actually being sold by Amazon so you save on the £4-5 postage :thumbsup:

I've also been thinking of getting a good quality electric toothbrush. My gf has has one but it has a crap battery life and often goes dead half way through brushing. Has the 9500 got superior battery life to the 8900?
#38
8900 is now reduced by a further £3.00 to £37 delivered at Amazon!
People who ordered at £40 can cancel and reorder.
#39
huggychair;6412150
The 9500 is the same brush with a chip in it to tell it how to behave when a different style brushead is attached.
It also has an LCD battery indicator. You can still select your brushing mode with this one normal..sensitive..polish.
OK - so the differences are pure gimmick - thanks.

Comparing this deal with the 8000 at £26 (£11 cheaper): looks like the same brush again, though without the "sensitive" and "polish" modes. What do these do - just slow down the motor? The specs are the same after all. If you don't have sensitive teeth you don't need the "sensitive" mode and if your teeth aren't stained you don't need the "polish" mode.

It's also missing storage (which I prefer as it makes the charger much smaller), travel pouch and some different brush heads which I bet nobody ever uses anyway. :)
#40
pibpob
OK - so the differences are pure gimmick - thanks.

Comparing this deal with the 8000 at £26 (£11 cheaper): looks like the same brush again, though without the "sensitive" and "polish" modes. What do these do - just slow down the motor? The specs are the same after all. If you don't have sensitive teeth you don't need the "sensitive" mode and if your teeth aren't stained you don't need the "polish" mode.

It's also missing storage (which I prefer as it makes the charger much smaller), travel pouch and some different brush heads which I bet nobody ever uses anyway. :)


YES it looks the same (is that why threy made a silver toothbrush?) and i agree that these things are constantly discounted, but is the key..pay a few more bucks for a better battery/power output. :thumbsup:

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