Braun Oral-B Triumph IQ 5000 Rechargeable Power Toothbrush with SmartGuide RRP £159 NOW£58.98 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Oral-B's best rechargeable toothbrush with wireless digital SmartGuide to provide dentist inspired feedback during brushing, including monitoring time and pressure
The only toothbrush to be approved by the British Dental Health Foundation
5 different brushing modes: daily clean, sensitive for gentler cleaning, polish to remove stains, massage and deep clean
3D technology pulsates 40,000, rotates 8,800 per minute and also oscillates to remove 2 X as much plaque as an ordinary manual toothbrush
Includes 3 interchangeable heads, Smartplug and travel case for easy travelling; Single charge lasts 10 days

By the way, you can buy the brush heads from ASDA store or online.
Oral-B Precision Clean( or floss action ) toothbrush heads 4 pck for £7.00.
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#1
If we hang on for a while they might put a couple of them on a lightning sale for 0.25 of a second at half that price:)

One can but hope

(Sorry...sarcasm doesn't work well without smilies)
#2
as a dentist i highly recommend this toothbrush. Use it myself! :)
#3
asl9791
as a dentist i highly recommend this toothbrush. Use it myself! :)

*Shrugs* I suppose thats about as good a recommendation as you can get :)
#4
My hygienist recommended one of these to me. It's a fantastic toothbrush but you really do notice a difference if you replace the heads regularly. I replace mine almost every month and think they keep my teeth very shiny! I mentioned this to my dentist and he said he'd never heard of it before!
#5
I use this and it's excellent 8)

Edited By: sintass on Nov 22, 2010 15:04
#6
JoshuaCh1v9
*Shrugs* I suppose thats about as good a recommendation as you can get :)


For what it's worth, my dentist recommends these as well.
#7
The only toothbrush to be approved by the British Dental Health Foundation
#8
JoshuaCh1v9
If we hang on for a while they might put a couple of them on a lightning sale for 0.25 of a second at half that price:)One can but hope(Sorry...sarcasm doesn't work well without smilies)

0.25 of a second,your joking right ?.........those deals are no way on for that long.
#9
Cumbrian Hammer
JoshuaCh1v9
If we hang on for a while they might put a couple of them on a lightning sale for 0.25 of a second at half that price:)One can but hope(Sorry...sarcasm doesn't work well without smilies)
0.25 of a second,your joking right ?.........those deals are no way on for that long.

yeah by the time they actually appear they are sold out lol
#10
fantastic brush, these were £50 at Asda earlier in the year so if you blink and miss this deal I'm sure there'll be similar prices in the Jan sales...
#11
nice brush, but the little wireless dongle burns through AA's at about 1/w. you don't need to use it though, the brush makes a little noise when it's time to change quadrant.
#12
haslitt
nice brush, but the little wireless dongle burns through AA's at about 1/w. you don't need to use it though, the brush makes a little noise when it's time to change quadrant.

you say it burns through the AA's but i have been using mine since may, its been flashing that i need to change the battery since around august, and i have yet to do so now. Same battery for pretty much 7 months
#13
asl9791
haslitt
nice brush, but the little wireless dongle burns through AA's at about 1/w. you don't need to use it though, the brush makes a little noise when it's time to change quadrant.
you say it burns through the AA's but i have been using mine since may, its been flashing that i need to change the battery since around august, and i have yet to do so now. Same battery for pretty much 7 months
I must admit mine using a fair few battery's too, tho I get no warning it just decides to go faint and then goes off. Ive had mine just over a year now but I must've changed the battery's at least 4 times. For anyone buying it though it is abrilliant brush, so different to a normal elecrtric one, and the timer thing is brilliant for making sure you brush each part of your mouth properly and then getting a wink for doing more!
#14
I bought one of these on amazon last year for about £56 - fantastic piece of kit, highly recommended!
#15
I bought one at boots 3 months ago. Great brush but find that now the novelty has worn out we dont actually pay attention to the timer anymore...
#16
asl9791
haslitt
nice brush, but the little wireless dongle burns through AA's at about 1/w. you don't need to use it though, the brush makes a little noise when it's time to change quadrant.
you say it burns through the AA's but i have been using mine since may, its been flashing that i need to change the battery since around august, and i have yet to do so now. Same battery for pretty much 7 months
I have had the same batteries in since July from new without replacing them.
#17
anyone know of any other toothbrush deals out there ,not as expensive as this one ? thanks
#18
So whats does this do better than the other decent oral b electric toothbrushes?
#19
the dentist on moneysavingexpert recommended getting a basic oral-b electric brush, just making sure it has the same vibrations and rotations as the other ones. So, I got the Professional 1000 for £30 (all brushes 1000 upwards have the exact same rotations and vibrations). Actually, if u buy the 2000, you can use almost all other modes as well. just by buying the appropriate brush heads.
#20
asl9791
haslitt
nice brush, but the little wireless dongle burns through AA's at about 1/w. you don't need to use it though, the brush makes a little noise when it's time to change quadrant.


you say it burns through the AA's but i have been using mine since may, its been flashing that i need to change the battery since around august, and i have yet to do so now. Same battery for pretty much 7 months


Even when the time goes and the screen is dead, hen you turn the brush on it still comes up with the time/quadrents and of course the smiley face when you've finished X)

Just to add, basicly what everybody else has been sayin, a quality toothbrush with polish, gum clean and half power settings. You get what you pay for really.
#21
so should i wait?
#22
I got this brush recently from Boots, My teeth have never felt to clean. Highly reccomend!
#23
mctrials23
So whats does this do better than the other decent oral b electric toothbrushes?


nothing! - just another gimmick...
#24
Good price, heat left.
#25
I have braces which are coming off early december, would this be worth buying and waiting till then or will there be a better offer do you think?
#26
I have one of the older truimph models( same but different model number) and its the nuts, If you want a cheaper but still good alternative the Oral B 500 model or 550 is also very good and they are going half price nearly everywhere at the moment..just avoid the Vitality models as they are pony.... How do i know? Well like an earlier poster its in my job to know!
#27
HotPak
I have one of the older triumph models( same but different model number)

Same here, a similar price paid IIRC
my teeth are noticeably whiter, I think partly because the timer encourages me to stick with it for two minutes

Easily the best thing I've bought in 2010
#28
are these better than Philips Sonicare HX6972/10
1 Like #29
Rudz
are these better than Philips Sonicare HX6972/10


clinically the oral b have been shown to be better at removing plaque than the sonicare.
#30
Rudz
are these better than Philips Sonicare HX6972/10

YES!

I had several models of Sonicare before. The Oral B 'professional' range is definitely better IMHO....and.....the brusheads are a hellofalot cheaper!
#31
smilespiles
anyone know of any other toothbrush deals out there ,not as expensive as this one ? thanks

Most of the range should be 'half price' at the moments in lots of retailers - saw them in my local Tesco for example.

Or here's Boots listings http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CatalogSearchResultView?storeId=10052&catalogId=10551&langId=-1&pageSize=12&beginIndex=0&sType=SimpleSearch&resultCatEntryType=2&searchTerm=oral+b+toothbrush&newDepSearch=

The 1000 model for £30 has the higher 40,000 pulsations compared to the 500 which has 'only' half that at 20,000.

Edited By: Faythur on Nov 23, 2010 01:40
#32
usman94
I have braces which are coming off early december, would this be worth buying and waiting till then or will there be a better offer do you think?


These should be fine to use with braces. I used an electric whilst I had braces and I was more stunned at how clean my teeth were when he took the braces off than how straight they were!
#33
del_trotter
mctrials23
So whats does this do better than the other decent oral b electric toothbrushes?
nothing! - just another gimmick...

incorrect, the 3d movement on these professional brushes are again clinically proven to remove more plaque from your teeth.
1 Like #34
This is £1.01 cheaper at Argos plus they are doing £5 voucher when spending over £50 deal at the moment. Therefore voting cold, sorry.
#35
do u think a better deal will come soon?
#37
This is just a gimmick. As the earlier poster said, get the cheaper (half price) oral-b models that have the same number of rotations and pulsations. They do the same thing. The rest is superfluous.
#38
asl9791
as a dentist i highly recommend this toothbrush. Use it myself! :)


How does it compare to this one? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-sonicare-hx6731-02-recharge/808951?page=1
Thank you Mr/ Ms Dentist!
#39
HotPak
I have one of the older truimph models( same but different model number) and its the nuts, If you want a cheaper but still good alternative the Oral B 500 model or 550 is also very good and they are going half price nearly everywhere at the moment..just avoid the Vitality models as they are pony.... How do i know? Well like an earlier poster its in my job to know!


curious what's wrong with vitality? uses same heads so similar result no?
#40
funboi123
asl9791
as a dentist i highly recommend this toothbrush. Use it myself! :)
How does it compare to this one? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-sonicare-hx6731-02-recharge/808951?page=1Thank you Mr/ Ms Dentist!


This has made my mind up.. If the Chief Executive of the British Dental Health Foundation says so.... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1251401/Vibrating-toothbrushes-Should-spend-160-one.html#ixzz16FoHIqqV

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