Colgate C200 Electric Toothbrush Only £15!! at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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There was a deal on here a few months back when this hit £25 and it got HOT but I couldn't buy it before it went up to £29.99

I kept the link though and was just going through my old favourites and saw this has dropped to £15 which is an absolute bargain!
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#1
Same price at Tesco Direct in case that is more convenient for some
#2
+ clubcard boost
1 Like #3
Notice how the rrp on tesco is only 29.99, yet on amazon its 64.99
banned#4
netsurfer
Notice how the rrp on tesco is only 29.99, yet on amazon its 64.99
RRP hasn't meant anything since people have been in marketing.
banned#5
how much are replacement heads?
#6
DicedUpDave
netsurfer
Notice how the rrp on tesco is only 29.99, yet on amazon its 64.99
RRP hasn't meant anything since people have been in marketing.

Then how do you know what constitutes a deal, if you have arent aware of its original value.?
banned#7
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DicedUpDave
netsurfer
Notice how the rrp on tesco is only 29.99, yet on amazon its 64.99
RRP hasn't meant anything since people have been in marketing.

Then how do you know what constitutes a deal, if you have arent aware of its original value.?
You compare it to the same item at other retailers. Or if it's an own branded product, you compare it to items with very similar specifications to give you an idea of it's market value.

If you rely solely on RRP to tell you whether something is a deal or not, you should probably avoid posting 'deals' on HUKD.
2 Likes #8
This is a really rubbish item. Got it free to test from amazon vine and went back to my Oral B after a few days. Not worth £15
#9
OK as entry level but waste of time as you cant go wrong with an Oral B deal during November/ December by amazon
#10
Totally agree with last two comments. I won a top of the range Colgate Omron A1500 all singing all dancing electric toothbrush in a competition. I gave it a go for a week, then I went back to my Oral-b.
#11
These are not good brushes - even at this price I would not recommend.

It cleans teeth fine but it irritating against the gums. The power switch is too easy to turn off.

Also, mine died after 3 months - I lost the receipt so couldn't get a replacement. Went back to the Oral B Professional series and haven't regretted it.
#12
not a bad price, just got a c600 for free from mens health
#13
I thought these brushes were excellent, I'd been using oral b for a few years- but these make my teeth feel way cleaner. The downside is the heads are stupidly priced, on the flip side they do last ages.
I do agree with the power button comment, real design flaw - happens every time I use it (switching off).

Edited By: G0OSE on Jul 31, 2014 17:51: .
#14
Oh btw to anyone who does use them - the brush heads are on offer now at £9.50 for 4!!!!
Link HERE

Edited By: G0OSE on Jul 31, 2014 17:56
#15
Great price, shame its expired now. Hope some people managed to get one :-)

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