Braun Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide Rechargable Toothbrush £69.99 at Amazon (RRP £139.99) (free delivery) - HotUKDeals
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Braun Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide Rechargable Toothbrush £69.99 at Amazon (RRP £139.99) (free delivery)

£69.99 @ Amazon
As featured on The Gadget Show - their best Buy, and Which's Best Buy too The Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide is the first toothbrush to feature a wireless interactive display which monitors your …
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As featured on The Gadget Show - their best Buy, and Which's Best Buy too

The Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide is the first toothbrush to feature a wireless interactive display which monitors your brushing activity to help optimise brushing habits. Whilst you brush the clock timer on the wireless display encourages you to brush for the dentist-recommended two minutes. Guiding you to change mouth quadrant every 30 seconds.

The Oral-B Triumph SmartGuide also helps prevent gum damage by warning you if you brush too hard, and advises you when it's time to change the brush head. The brush removes twice as much plaque as an ordinary manual toothbrush, and its Smart Guide helps guide you to optimum brushing habits.

Oral-B's advanced FlossAction brush head uses MicroPulse bristles to reach deep between teeth and along the gum line to sweep away plaque for a clean that's clinically proven to remove more plaque than an ordinary manual toothbrush. Alternatively, use the dentist-inspired ProBright brush head with its special polishing cup to gently remove surface stains and naturally whiten teeth in 21 days.

The attractively-designed Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide is supplied with

* Wireless SmartGuide unit (requires 2 AA batteries) which encourages dentist-recommended brushing and visual pressure sensor notifies you if you're brushing too hard
* 4 brushing modes (clean, soft, massage and polish)
* 3D cleaning technology with up to 40,000 pulsations per minute
* Choice of 2 FlossAction and 1 ProBright brush heads for cleaner and whiter teeth
* Rechargeable handle lasts up to 14 days between charges*
* 30 day challenge - satisfaction or your money back!**

Integrated base station and storage unit (dishwasher-safe), Portable SmartPlug charger and Travel case.

*Cleaning twice a day for two minutes each session.
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1 Like #1
Cheaper at Boots

Boots price is £69.89 less £5.00 = £64.89 at Boots when using discount code LGDK29 (£5.00 off online purchases over £50) includes free delivery:-D
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#2
I also think Argos have it around that price mark
#3
If you don't want the smartguide you can get the brush itself for cheaper here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/262319/oral-b-triumph-9500-electric-toothb/
#4
could it be seen as an investment... healthier teeth for when your an old fogie?! = less dental bills!!

...still it is alot for a toothbrush and the replacement brushes are pricey?

have to admit, after seeing it on the gadget show im very tempted!

Seems like this is the going price as it is/has been this price at argos before. Reckon it will be reduced before xmas????
#5
thanks heat & rep added
#6
I brought one even though i have stated before whats the point when manual is just as good ...i admit the clean does feel better but it states only use for 2 mins , im use to brushing my teeth for at least 3-5 mins .

Also this may sound daft but never used one before , how do u use it on the front teeth , im scared it will break a tooth at the front as it seems a bit hard ,,,, ut maybe i just need to get use to it as i aint go tthe hang of it yet.

dont have a shaver socket also , and i brought an adapter of ebay and the damm plug want fit as the 2 pin plug is quite big on the toothbrush :(
#7
McMac
Cheaper at Boots

Boots price is £69.89 less £5.00 = £64.89 at Boots when using discount code LGDK29 (£5.00 off online purchases over £50) includes free delivery:-D
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Have some rep, that indeed is a cheaper deal :thumbsup:
#8
A-n-d-y


Also this may sound daft but never used one before , how do u use it on the front teeth , im scared it will break a tooth at the front as it seems a bit hard ,,,, ut maybe i just need to get use to it as i aint go tthe hang of it yet.

dont have a shaver socket also , and i brought an adapter of ebay and the damm plug want fit as the 2 pin plug is quite big on the toothbrush :(


Don't press hard is the answer. Same as if you were to brush manually. Most effective brushing is with contact with the teeth. Any further pressure and you are acting against the bristles and the motor.

As for the plug, sounds like you need an interim adapter or a better travel adapter . Some shavers have thick, short pins on the plug which go into shaver sockets but not neatly into some travel adapters.
#9
They showed this on the Gadget show the other week and said it was one of the best gadgets they have seen....

I think they were more impressed that it was a bluetooth toothbrush!
#10
McMac
Cheaper at Boots

Boots price is £69.89 less £5.00 = £64.89 at Boots when using discount code LGDK29 (£5.00 off online purchases over £50) includes free delivery:-D
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Thanks

Got some points to spend so will nip into Boots tomorrow.

Shame you can't spend the advantage points online:x
#11
Interested in getting one, can anyone who owns it already give me the height of the brush in the charger. I want to make sure it fit in our bathroom cabinet. Also do the replacement brushes come with coloured bands so each member of the family can have their own brush?

Thanks for anyones help
banned#12
A-n-d-y

Also this may sound daft but never used one before , how do u use it on the front teeth , im scared it will break a tooth at the front as it seems a bit hard ,,,, ut maybe i just need to get use to it as i aint go tthe hang of it yet.

:(


The whole point of this particular model is that there is a indicator to inform you if you are applying too much pressure. Please note this only works on certain heads (the 2 included do work).

I have this system and the Philips and although I do prefer the actual brush head of the Philips it is much more grotty after a few months of use on the head. The BBraun is used by my 6 year old son and the timer and smiling face after 2 minutes ensure he properly brushes his teeth and not too hard. (polishing brush is not suitable for children though)
#13
never had any fillings, use a manual brush, these things aren't that good!
#14
jakenjo
never had any fillings, use a manual brush, these things aren't that good!


Have you actually used it?

I looked into this after I saw it on the gadget show and there's *loads* of material from dentists recommending it...
#15
fowler909
If you don't want the smartguide you can get the brush itself for cheaper here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/262319/oral-b-triumph-9500-electric-toothb/


I dont think they're the exact same brush. The one you've linked to has "3 brushing modes (clean, soft and massage)". The Oral-B with smartguide brush has 4 brushing modes, the extra mode being "polish".

See here: http://www.oralb.com/uk/products/pow...smartguide.asp
#16
McMac
Cheaper at Boots

Boots price is £69.89 less £5.00 = £64.89 at Boots when using discount code LGDK29 (£5.00 off online purchases over £50) includes free delivery:-D
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Don't forget topcashback as that adds another 3.5% discount.

Just ordered one myself. :thumbsup:
#17
whod pay this much for a toothbrush! i know i wouldnt not even if i was a millionaire
#18
HARRIA01
whod pay this much for a toothbrush! i know i wouldnt not even if i was a millionaire


At £140 I completely agree with you, but closer to £60, then that is more like it...

The cost of our so called "free" dental care these days is becoming very expensive, so the investment in a decent toothbrush that will help you brush your teech correctly has to be a good thing.
#19
more of a marketing gimmick if you ask me, i have used a braun £20 electric toothrush for the last several years and I go to the dentist every 6 months for check-up without any problems which proves this is just another way of making more money.
#20
now 68.50 :)
#21
HARRIA01;3290940
whod pay this much for a toothbrush! i know i wouldnt not even if i was a millionaire


God its only £69.99 i spend twice as much as this in a bar in one night :?
#22
the thing about this is that the gadget show had a hygenist and she said it was the only one that got rid of plaque
#23
It's down to £66.99 now.
#24
I have this toothbrush, got it for 25 pound because my housemate is a student dentist and that's the price they get it for. But yeh, fantastic toothbrush, tells you how long to spend on each section of your mouth, when to replace the heads, when to recharge and when you are pressing down too hard. A+.
#25
My dentist actually told me to get one of these, but when I looked they were about £120. Might get one at this price though.
#26
If you order through Boots:

10% discount code when you spend over £60 - PYPL66
Offer expires on 14 July 2009

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