Braun Oral-B Rechargeable Toothbrushes 1/2 price in Amazon, free delivery - HotUKDeals
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As the title says.
Starting from £19.99 for the 500 model.
1000 model is £23.99
2000 model is £39.15
3000 model is £49.00
4000 model is £64.99
5000 model is £79.95
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#1
#2
I had the most basic one of these and it's packed up. Got about twenty brush heads with no toothbrush for it. Weird thing is that I still would love to get my hands on the 5000 model of it.
#3
i have been using these since '96 never had one brake, I (now we) normally replace them about every 4 years, because the battery charge drops after than.. but excellent product, could not live with out one
#4
tigger80
i have been using these since '96 never had one brake, I (now we) normally replace them about every 4 years, because the battery charge drops after than.. but excellent product, could not live with out one


My wife used to have gum troubles, dentist recommended getting an electric toothbrush and she is fine since we bought the 500 model.
#5
They're great toothbrushes, but this 'special offer' is a scam like all the others - I've never, ever seen them at full price, and they're nearly always within a quid or two of these prices.

Don't buy in a hurry, and shop around for the best 'special offer' - you might save a pound or two more!
#6
These are half price at loads of places...I know that the 3000 model is only £40 at Morrisons...so freezing cold from me!
#7
I got the 2000 model for £23 from Amazon at Christmas. I have to say that I'm not sure if it's even worth that. The battery life on it was about 6 days when I first bought it and now it's already down to about 4. Pretty poor for a £80 toothbrush.

I actually couldn't care less about all the new features that they have added to it like a light that comes on when you're brushing too hard. They've not improved battery life in about 10 years!
#8
Thanks - my battery is just about dying so was looking to replace soon - was just waiting for reduced prices! This a very reasonable price for product. Cheers
#9
It is true that these brushes are regularly half price, but they really do retail at full price at many high street shops during the year, I've sometimes had to shop around to find them at 'reasonable' prices.
I generally replace mine every 12-18 months due to the battery life deteriorating (Braun do give a 2 year warranty but I've never bothered), and even at ~£70 for the Triumph (which I have been using various models of since launch), I feel they are good value compared to manual brushes as they give a much better clean. I think £70 a year is a good price to pay compared to the cost and pain of the dentist's chair.

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