Half Price Oral B Triumph Electric Toothbrush - £82.49 - HotUKDeals
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Here's my first post and its a bargain, was looking for an electric toothbrush today and found this amazing deal so picked one up!
If you want the best toothbrush money can buy and a confident smile Oral B's flagship model at half price is for you!!
Was £164.99 now only £82.49, 2 years guarantee and it really does work!
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#1
Hi blutak, good username :thumbsup:

I don't mean to diss your post or anything, but isn't that pretty expensive for a leccy toothbrush? Can you tell us what's so special about it... ?


http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/4148/0543385spa65uc267779x16bo2.jpg



Welcome to HUKD by the way!
#2
I think this is quite a standard price now (I've voted warm for you). I paid that in January for one of these. Good toothbrush though. Better than Philips' Sonicare which I used before this.
#3
Hey Newbieeeee :)

Nice post.

Emma, your health, you can't put a price on it. Also dental care is so bloody expensive anyway why give all to your dentist - FIGHT BACK with a bad a** toothbrush :)

Anyway I have one of these as well as that a really pricey Philips shaver which is also as good as.

Its pretty good as its got rubber/plastic bits as well that fit into them gaps and give them a good hard brush....

Battery life is great as well.... Otherwise thats it really....
#5


But £ 82.94 with shipping... :p
#6
Yea when it comes to dental care you cant skimp at this toothbrush does it all, it has four modes, massage (for your gums), polish (to whiten your teeth), clean (standard) and soft (if you have sensitive gums its just more gentle). Looks really cool and comes with two brush heads. The new improved flossaction brush head (just an improvement on the traditional one) and a polishing one.
Also 79.99 is cheaper but when you add delivery it actually costs 50p more and you have to wait a week, and if any of you are like me, you'd want your new gadget straight away! :w00t:

You guys already figured that out, anyway back to revision! :lazy:
#7
emmajk42
But £ 82.94 with shipping... :p



didnt think of that :oops:

i voted warm anyway, like Jeff said the prices are about the same.
#8
emmajk42
Hi blutak, good username :thumbsup:

I don't mean to diss your post or anything, but isn't that pretty expensive for a leccy toothbrush? Can you tell us what's so special about it... ?



My thoughts exactly. Over £80 for a toothbrush?
I use Colgate Actibrush, paid about £6-7 while on offer a few years ago and I thought that was a bit pricey
#9
get a life guys I know several dentists and none of them have the elec they all have the traditional. Ask them.
#10
Mind you... I also bought a Oral- B Pulsar in medium size and small.... at the boots 1/2 sale. This has the same bristles as that of one of the heads that come supplied with this tooth brush (the hard plastic parts in the bristle) which sort of help flossing the teeth.

Got them for about 3-4 pounds...
#11
I thought the idea of this website was to find a good deal on an item, regardless of the fact that you may or may not think the product is worth the money. The fact is people are still paying £160 for this item and so £82.50 is actually a good deal. I thought it was anyway.
#12
Unfortunately what one person thinks is a good deal, others do not. Don't let this prevent you from sharing though.... :)
#13
cheers, i wont
#14
anyone wanting this brush 50% discount is great price and its a uk deal :)
#15
Hot from me - this is a good price if you want that product and it does get sold at full price most of the time as I've been considering it.
#16
thankshotdeals
get a life guys I know several dentists and none of them have the elec they all have the traditional. Ask them.

Exactly.

It won't do anything that you can't do manually with a toothbrush that costs a couple of quid.
banned#17
I use a toothbrush that on avarage costs me £1.50 and I have not had to go to the dentist in over 20 years now. I think I will just stick to what I use. If other people are daft enough and want to pay over £80 for a toothbrush that is up to them but I think they are stupid.
#18
Sonic Toothbrushs have been proved to clean better than normal electric and manual brushes! Sonic fields break down plaque underneath your Gums!

I used to work at Philips so got a Bonza price on my Sonicare, but am looking for a replacement now!

IMO - I do think this is a tad expensive, seeing though there were Sonicare's in January for well under £50!!!! But it's still half price though!

Voted hot!
#19
blutak
I thought the idea of this website was to find a good deal on an item, regardless of the fact that you may or may not think the product is worth the money. The fact is people are still paying £160 for this item and so £82.50 is actually a good deal. I thought it was anyway.


There no ******* way I would spend that on a toothbrush but I agree with you entirely. If somebody wants one then its a lot better to pay £80 than £160:thumbsup:

By the way, I can clean my 3 teeth just as well with a manual one:lol: :giggle: ;-)
#20
Before using my Sonic Toothbrush...

http://www.voanews.com/armenian/images/tv_rotten-teeth_22se.jpg

After using my Sonic Toothbrush...

http://www.smiledoc.co.uk/seoimages/teeth-whitening.jpg

*Notice how I trimmed my Tash down as well
#21
Looks like a good deal if you want one, but personally I wouldn't spend that much on a toothbrush... Haven't voted though ;-)
#22
£72.50 delivered [COLOR="Red"]here[/COLOR]
#23
LooooooL with the pictures. Thats hilarious... bit freaky.... but funny :thumbsup:
#24
any latest instore offers around for sonic toothbrushes

i want my teeth this clean :-D
#25
you can get one on ebay for £66.lol
#26
ashraf
you can get one on ebay for £66.lol


For an extra £6 for a shop bought one I wouldn't contemplate eBay.
#27
ashraf
you can get one on ebay for £66.lol


oh yeah soooo funny
#28
Probably a good deal, but I wouldn't pay that money for a toothbrush.
I have an Oral-B Pulsar sonic 'disposable' brush. It cost me £2.99 in Tesco.
When the head wears out, i'll buy another one for £2.99. Then another one.
I figure that I should break even on the price of this super-duper, all-singing, all-dancing electronic display toothbrush in about 55 years :whistling:
#29
Scribbles
Probably a good deal, but I wouldn't pay that money for a toothbrush.
I have an Oral-B Pulsar sonic 'disposable' brush. It cost me £2.99 in Tesco.
When the head wears out, i'll buy another one for £2.99. Then another one.
I figure that I should break even on the price of this super-duper, all-singing, all-dancing electronic display toothbrush in about 55 years :whistling:


yeah but yours hasn't got a outside temp display and inbuilt fm radio has it.
#30
greg_68
yeah but yours hasn't got a outside temp display and inbuilt fm radio has it.


Nope. It doesn't have a lot of things, but it cleans teeth quite well :-D
#31
Maybe if it was a Triumph Bonneville.....

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