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Braun Oral-B Replacement Toothbrush Heads 4 Pack £7.17 @ Amazon - NOW £6.27

£7.17 @ Amazon
Product Features Pack of 4 Precision Clean replacement toothbrush heads - surround each tooth for a complete clean Advanced bristle system removes more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush Inter…
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banned7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Product Features
Pack of 4 Precision Clean replacement toothbrush heads - surround each tooth for a complete clean
Advanced bristle system removes more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush
Interdental tips penetrate hard-to-reach areas
Indicator bristles fade halfway to signal when to replace your brush head
Suitable for all Braun Oral-B rechargeable toothbrushes except Sonic

Update - Now £6.27 (thanks Mattimus)
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#1
Same price @ Boots online.
#2
I was going to say that but still a great price!
#3
Great timing. I was just thinking today that I needed to buy some more of these, as the stash I bought 5 years is running out.

I prefer Amazon, as I won't have to pay for delivery.
#4
True. Boots do a handy deliver to store if you order £25. And there's always bonus points if you buy a big stash of them.
2 Likes #5
got 8 of these online @ fleebay a lil while back for around the same price delivered

theres always plenty of sellers at about this price buy-it-now

im against fleebay and their 10% ripp-off fees and wouldnt promote them in anyway, but if it means us here getting the best deal then i feel i must share

ps - no rep please - i like my avatar :)
#6
Seen someone selling 4 for £3.40 on eBay, loads of sales and no negatives, stuck thinking what should I go for? Pay more and get gauranteed genuine heads or pay less and risk getting fakes?
#7
I wouldn't risk it, not with these. Would you really want something fake knocked up in a filthy child labour factory to go in your mouth?
#8
whizzkid
Same price @ Boots online.


And instore too :thumbsup: I got two sets the other day. They were marked at £8.99 I think it was instore, but scanned at £7.17 :)
#9
Soziberry
I wouldn't risk it, not with these. Would you really want something fake knocked up in a filthy child labour factory to go in your mouth?


Making me wish I never thought of buying cheap now :p

I'll check in boots as I like to get things instantly or else will order from Amazon.
#10
Are these compatible with all Oral-B rechargeable toothbrushes?
#11
You maybe able to get these ones cheaper on ebay,but they also have the ProBright version for £7.26 delivered.Those ones are normally about £9 for 2 on ebay so a massive saving for a 4 pack here.
#12
Soziberry;4785295
I wouldn't risk it, not with these. Would you really want something fake knocked up in a filthy child labour factory to go in your mouth?


Exactly. I'm sure there are counterfeit brushes. Isn't exactly rocket science to make them, but in terms of quality.... well... I don't want to go to the dentist to get my teeth fixed because of some dodgy brushes.
#13
ninj4z
Seen someone selling 4 for £3.40 on eBay, loads of sales and no negatives, stuck thinking what should I go for? Pay more and get gauranteed genuine heads or pay less and risk getting fakes?


ir2000
got 8 of these online @ fleebay a lil while back for around the same price delivered
theres always plenty of sellers at about this price buy-it-now
im against fleebay and their 10% ripp-off fees and wouldnt promote them in anyway, but if it means us here getting the best deal then i feel i must share


Definitely a big risk of getting [COLOR="Red"][SIZE="2"]fakes from fleebay[/SIZE][/COLOR]. I bought some last year and although they looked the part they only lasted a couple of weeks before they became loose and did not rotate properly. I telephoned Proctor and Gamble (who own Braun) and they sent a courier to collect the items and they were confirmed as counterfeit. They sent vouchers to replace with genuine items.
#14
dickslash
Are these compatible with all Oral-B rechargeable toothbrushes?


Yes they are, and also the battery operated brushes.
#15
heated. thanks
#16
dickslash;4785532
Are these compatible with all Oral-B rechargeable toothbrushes?

I'd double-check if I were you. Over the years I've had two different types of brush head, which though they looked very similar, but were not interchangeable.
#17
I paid £7 something in a boots store last week.
#18
ir2000
got 8 of these online @ fleebay a lil while back for around the same price delivered

theres always plenty of sellers at about this price buy-it-now

im against fleebay and their 10% ripp-off fees and wouldnt promote them in anyway, but if it means us here getting the best deal then i feel i must share

ps - no rep please - i like my avatar :)


Yeah me too - they were fakes and literally fell apart inside a month. Be careful when buying these things from unknown sellers!
#19
Stompa
I'd double-check if I were you. Over the years I've had two different types of brush head, which though they looked very similar, but were not interchangeable.


Eh? That is nonsense.
Oral-B heads are all interchangeable.
Perhaps you went and bought the sonic head. If so: D'ohhh
#20
voted hot, avoid flebay ones, i have tried a few and all fake or not work as well as originals!
#21
dca860;4787042
Eh? That is nonsense.
Oral-B heads are all interchangeable.

Well I still have one of those different heads. It looks virtually identical to an EB17 (and is definitely not a sonic head), but doesn't fit my existing handle.
#22
Can't complain for £4.67 delivered. remember I had a £2.50 voucher which I got through Facebook and never got round to using it until now!
#23
Anyone noticed its £7.17 for four or £19.99 for eight :thinking::-D
#24
I haven't bought any from ebay but I have bought packs down the local market that looked and worked the same as ones I've bought from Boots, etc. I throw mine away after 4-6 weeks as you're meant to. They never failed I just threw them away because the bristles were all splayed. I would have thought the 'fakes' come from exactly the same factory as the 'original' ones but Braun probably don't know about them.
#25
5£ in Costco
banned#26
MajorCockUp;4789042
5£ in Costco

95% of people cant get in costco and add the extra fuel / hassle. not comparable lol
banned#27
zchari5;4788767
I haven't bought any from ebay but I have bought packs down the local market that looked and worked the same as ones I've bought from Boots, etc. I throw mine away after 4-6 weeks as you're meant to. They never failed I just threw them away because the bristles were all splayed. I would have thought the 'fakes' come from exactly the same factory as the 'original' ones but Braun probably don't know about them.

thats rubbish as originals last 3-4 months so its obvious the differences you are encountering are buying cheap, buying twice :whistling:
#28
csiman
95% of people cant get in costco and add the extra fuel / hassle. not comparable lol


Maybe it was ment for the 5% who once a month go to Costco to restock on stuff? Well worth the petrol/hassle. un-lol
#29
I bought a load from eBay quite a while ago. I think they are fake; they last about the same time as real ones but they are a tighter fit and you have to jam them onto the brush when you clip it on. I would buy genuine at this price personally.
banned#30
Muffy;4790809
I bought a load from eBay quite a while ago. I think they are fake; they last about the same time as real ones but they are a tighter fit and you have to jam them onto the brush when you clip it on. I would buy genuine at this price personally.

+1 :thumbsup:
#31
I wouldnt bother buying them off ebay or a market just to save a £1 or 2... God knows where and what sort of environment they were made. I bought some Gillet Razor blades off ebay, said genuine etc on the auction but when they arrived they were fake
#32
I got'em for £7.17 from Boots today.
They were marked £8.89 on the shelf though.
#33
Now [SIZE="5"]£6.27[/SIZE] at Amazon.

Cracking Deal!! :thumbsup:
#34
I just noticed this too, thought something had gone wrong.

Ordered anyway, will see if it comes through.
#35
Ordered :)
#36
Looks like Amazon has run out of stock. Mine arrived 2 hours ago.
#37
Try the Boots deal for the same price (£7.17, instore and online) if you missed the Amazon deal.
#38
tamoil
Looks like Amazon has run out of stock. Mine arrived 2 hours ago.


They seem to be back in stock but at £12.99 :-( :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00008J1ZZ/ref=pd_luc_mri?_encoding=UTF8&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

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