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NEVADENT Electric Toothbrush £12.99 @ Lidl

£12.99 @ LIDL
*Available from 13.04.15* High-frequency, bi-directional rotation effectively removes plaque whilst cleaning teeth and gums. 2-minute timer with 30 second interval for evenly cleaning the 4 jaw quadr…
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*Available from 13.04.15*
High-frequency, bi-directional rotation effectively removes plaque whilst cleaning teeth and gums. 2-minute timer with 30 second interval for evenly cleaning the 4 jaw quadrants. With a charging base that provides storage for 4 brush heads. Includes 8 colour-coded brush heads with high-quality, rounded bristles. 3 year manufacturer's warranty

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#1
everyone needs to brush their teeth after the Iberian weekend!
#2
Never heard of Nevadent. Any good?

8 brush heads alone would cost over a tenner. Seems a good deal.

Edited By: wah0007 on Apr 11, 2015 01:05
#3
wah0007
Never heard of Nevadent. Any good?


I checked to see if there were any reviews on this product but could not find any. However, it is a good price considering all features and includes brush heads so I'll give it a go. Extra brush heads are cheap too.
#4
I think it also comes with a storage box for when not in use
#5
shylass
wah0007
Never heard of Nevadent. Any good?
I checked to see if there were any reviews on this product but could not find any. However, it is a good price considering all features and includes brush heads so I'll give it a go. Extra brush heads are cheap too.
Yeah, it's worth giving a go. Looks good.

I found this review on the Lidl germany website. You need to translate the page to english.

http://www.lidl.de/de/nevadent-elektrische-zahnbuerste-naz-2-4-a1/p195260?searchTrackingQuery=nevadent&searchTrackingId=Product.195260&searchTrackingPos=1&searchTrackingOrigPos=2&searchTrackingPage=1&searchTrackingPageSize=36&searchTrackingOrigPageSize=36
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I bought one of these just over two years ago- they're really good until the battery dies, which is almost exactly two years later. Not really worth buying a replacement battery since it's difficult to source and fit and would cost around the same as the toothbrush, so it's not exactly environment friendly.
#7
wonkypops
I bought one of these just over two years ago- they're really good until the battery dies, which is almost exactly two years later. Not really worth buying a replacement battery since it's difficult to source and fit and would cost around the same as the toothbrush, so it's not exactly environment friendly.


Thanks - that is useful info I was looking for. I am intending to buy one of these as, with 4 brushes, I figure that they would last me a good 2 years use if not 3.

I was thinking of buying an extra set of brushes but if the battery dies about 2 years out there seems little point in buying extra brushes.
#8
wah0007
Never heard of Nevadent. Any good?

8 brush heads alone would cost over a tenner. Seems a good deal.


I thought this was a Dentalux brand/make? Dentalux gets good reviews online.
#9
tawse57
wah0007
Never heard of Nevadent. Any good?
8 brush heads alone would cost over a tenner. Seems a good deal.
I thought this was a Dentalux brand/make? Dentalux gets good reviews online.
I suspect that this is yet another Lidl ownbrand name. The proof will be on the packaging if it shows Lidl Gmbh etc as product source. I suppose it's too much to hope that these brush heads are interchangeable with Braun ones? Very unlikely I guess.

Edited to add that I agree with your suspicion re Dentalux as this link from last year shows an identical spiel and similar looking product. Again a Lidl offer, again perhaps a Lidl product?:-
http://www.offerscheck.co.uk/dentalux-electric-toothbrush/lidl/2014/kw-38/187277

Edited By: ozodimal on Apr 11, 2015 10:09: Updating with Dentalux link
#10
wonkypops
I bought one of these just over two years ago- they're really good until the battery dies, which is almost exactly two years later. Not really worth buying a replacement battery since it's difficult to source and fit and would cost around the same as the toothbrush, so it's not exactly environment friendly.


thanks for feedback. will definitely give it a try
#11
tawse57
wah0007
Never heard of Nevadent. Any good?
8 brush heads alone would cost over a tenner. Seems a good deal.
I thought this was a Dentalux brand/make? Dentalux gets good reviews online.
Yes, it has good reviews. I'm going to take a trip to Lidl on Monday.
#12
ozodimal
tawse57
wah0007
Never heard of Nevadent. Any good?
8 brush heads alone would cost over a tenner. Seems a good deal.
I thought this was a Dentalux brand/make? Dentalux gets good reviews online.
I suspect that this is yet another Lidl ownbrand name. The proof will be on the packaging if it shows Lidl Gmbh etc as product source. I suppose it's too much to hope that these brush heads are interchangeable with Braun ones? Very unlikely I guess.

Edited to add that I agree with your suspicion re Dentalux as this link from last year shows an identical spiel and similar looking product. Again a Lidl offer, again perhaps a Lidl product?:-
http://www.offerscheck.co.uk/dentalux-electric-toothbrush/lidl/2014/kw-38/187277
With a 3 year warranty you can't go wrong. I'm going to try it out. I've just seen 1 positive review for this item.

I doubt the heads will be interchangeable but you get 8 so they should last at least over a year.

Yep, seems like Lidl's own product. It's rechargeable too so that's a plus.


Edited By: wah0007 on Apr 11, 2015 22:15
#13
Just picked one up - it has the GBMH whatever on the back of the packet so is a Lidl brand.

They had bout 50 in my local Lidl store. The manual inside comes with leaflets to order more brushes from Germany. Cost 5.50 Euros for a pack and 3 Euros postage.
#14
Yeah same, went today and they had about 50 there. It came with 8 brush heads and the quality seems really good. It's on charge for 16 hours now so won't get to use it till tomorrow.
#15
wah0007
Yeah same, went today and they had about 50 there. It came with 8 brush heads and the quality seems really good. It's on charge for 16 hours now so won't get to use it till tomorrow.

I had mine on charge since 10AM and the red light went green about 3ish this afternoon but I will keep it on charge till about midnight I guess which will be 14 hours. It says to charge for 14 - 16 hours.
#16
wah0007
Yeah same, went today and they had about 50 there. It came with 8 brush heads and the quality seems really good. It's on charge for 16 hours now so won't get to use it till tomorrow.

Did you buy a spare set of brushes?
#17
I bought mine today but it only has the 2 pin bathroom plug which is useless as I don't have that socket. Does everyone else have the same issue with that?
#18
jakerightous
I bought mine today but it only has the 2 pin bathroom plug which is useless as I don't have that socket. Does everyone else have the same issue with that?

It has that for safety reasons - you are only legally allowed to install two pin sockets into bathrooms for safety reasons to minimise the risk of electrocution.

If you wish to charge it in another room - i.e. NOT the bathroom - you can simply go and buy a plug that converts a 2-pin into a 3-pin. You can pick them up cheap enough in places like Wilko or a Pound shop type place.
#19
tawse57
jakerightous
I bought mine today but it only has the 2 pin bathroom plug which is useless as I don't have that socket. Does everyone else have the same issue with that?
It has that for safety reasons - you are only legally allowed to install two pin sockets into bathrooms for safety reasons to minimise the risk of electrocution.
If you wish to charge it in another room - i.e. NOT the bathroom - you can simply go and buy a plug that converts a 2-pin into a 3-pin. You can pick them up cheap enough in places like Wilko or a Pound shop type place.

Thanks! I thought that but I wasn't going to charge it in the bathroom anyway. They could have at least mentioned what plug it was on the packaging. I have a jet water stream cleaner and that uses a standard 3 pin UK plug.
#20
jakerightous


Thanks! I thought that but I wasn't going to charge it in the bathroom anyway. They could have at least mentioned what plug it was on the packaging. I have a jet water stream cleaner and that uses a standard 3 pin UK plug.


It is the socket that is not allowed in bathrooms - live wire in a room that is full of water, steam, moisture.

So a steam cleaner can have a 3-pin plug as it is like a steam iron - you don't use it near water even though you fill it with water to create steam.

Just go to a shop tomorrow and buy a converter 3-pin to 2-pin.


£2.00 in Tesco. £1.75 in Wilko.

http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-shaver-adaptor/392-1716.prd

http://www.wilko.com/electrical-accessories/wilko-shaver-adaptor-fused-1amp/invt/5363940
#21
Can people who have bought one just post a mini review when you've used it a few times please?
#22
tawse57
wah0007
Yeah same, went today and they had about 50 there. It came with 8 brush heads and the quality seems really good. It's on charge for 16 hours now so won't get to use it till tomorrow.
Did you buy a spare set of brushes?
I don't think I'll need them to be honest. It has 8 brushes included which will last around 3 months each, so that's a good 2 years aside.
#23
tawse57
wah0007
Yeah same, went today and they had about 50 there. It came with 8 brush heads and the quality seems really good. It's on charge for 16 hours now so won't get to use it till tomorrow.
I had mine on charge since 10AM and the red light went green about 3ish this afternoon but I will keep it on charge till about midnight I guess which will be 14 hours. It says to charge for 14 - 16 hours.
Yeah I would leave it on to be on the safe side. Otherwise it may suffer with an overall short battery life. It says to do them charge cycles 3 times so I'll just stick with that.

Edited By: wah0007 on Apr 13, 2015 23:04
#24
tawse57
jakerightous


Thanks! I thought that but I wasn't going to charge it in the bathroom anyway. They could have at least mentioned what plug it was on the packaging. I have a jet water stream cleaner and that uses a standard 3 pin UK plug.


It is the socket that is not allowed in bathrooms - live wire in a room that is full of water, steam, moisture.

So a steam cleaner can have a 3-pin plug as it is like a steam iron - you don't use it near water even though you fill it with water to create steam.

Just go to a shop tomorrow and buy a converter 3-pin to 2-pin.


£2.00 in Tesco. £1.75 in Wilko.

http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-shaver-adaptor/392-1716.prd

http://www.wilko.com/electrical-accessories/wilko-shaver-adaptor-fused-1amp/invt/5363940


Haha a water jet streamer not a steamer. Is used to fire a stream of water inbetween teeth as I find flossing impossible. I charge that outside of the bathroom.

I will pop into Wilko or Poundland tomorrow.
#25
wah0007
tawse57
wah0007
Yeah same, went today and they had about 50 there. It came with 8 brush heads and the quality seems really good. It's on charge for 16 hours now so won't get to use it till tomorrow.
Did you buy a spare set of brushes?
I don't think I'll need them to be honest. It has 8 brushes included which will last around 3 months each, so that's a good 2 years aside.

I am working on 3 brushes per year so about 3 years.

I have had an oral-b for about 20 years - lasted really well, but has begun to go downhill recently, so I would love to get half that time from this.
#26
tawse57
wah0007
tawse57
wah0007
Yeah same, went today and they had about 50 there. It came with 8 brush heads and the quality seems really good. It's on charge for 16 hours now so won't get to use it till tomorrow.
Did you buy a spare set of brushes?
I don't think I'll need them to be honest. It has 8 brushes included which will last around 3 months each, so that's a good 2 years aside.
I am working on 3 brushes per year so about 3 years.
I have had an oral-b for about 20 years - lasted really well, but has begun to go downhill recently, so I would love to get half that time from this.
3 years, even better. That's really good, it will last you a long time.

You can't go wrong with this really, and if anything goes wrong within 3 years then you have the warranty to back you up.



Edited By: wah0007 on Apr 13, 2015 23:16
#27
well I baught one as my old braun needed charging every 3 days. So, charged it , but green light came on after about 3 hrs but left it all night. My impression is that its not as powerful as my (not top of range) Braun. It works but early days, just doesn't seem to have a strong motor or vigorous power. Rather have a braun but this is cheaper so....?
#28
Alpha_Ant
well I baught one as my old braun needed charging every 3 days. So, charged it , but green light came on after about 3 hrs but left it all night. My impression is that its not as powerful as my (not top of range) Braun. It works but early days, just doesn't seem to have a strong motor or vigorous power. Rather have a braun but this is cheaper so....?


I felt the same way as you yesterday - that it was not as goood as my 20 year old oral-b with, ashamedly, a several month old brush on it.

But upon closer inspection I think it turns as rapidly as oral-b 3d but that the brushes are softer than the Braun ones. Yesterday I went to bed with the rear of my teeth feeling rough.

However, after two more goes with the Lidl brush today the rear of my teeth feel much smoother so I suspect that, in a few days, things will be OK.

I don't think I will rush out and buy a spare set of brushes though - might pick up a set if they are half price. Otherwise, I think I will be inclined to use this until the 8 brushes wear out and then opt to go back to my Braun.

Having said that, my local store was down to about 18 from 50 today and a second store had about a dozen or so left.

I think it is a good deal considering that it comes with 8 brushes.
#29
I noticed yesterday that my local Lidl had sold out of the toothbrushes but had loads of the spare brushes left - still at full price. I will keep an eye out to see if they discount them today or tomorrow.
#30
tawse57
jakerightous
I bought mine today but it only has the 2 pin bathroom plug which is useless as I don't have that socket. Does everyone else have the same issue with that?

It has that for safety reasons - you are only legally allowed to install two pin sockets into bathrooms for safety reasons to minimise the risk of electrocution.

If you wish to charge it in another room - i.e. NOT the bathroom - you can simply go and buy a plug that converts a 2-pin into a 3-pin. You can pick them up cheap enough in places like Wilko or a Pound shop type place.



which voltage do I plug it in to think I have 230 and 120 in my bathroom
#31
david_lfc

which voltage do I plug it in to think I have 230 and 120 in my bathroom


You need to check and confirm what you actually have.
#32
tawse57
david_lfc

which voltage do I plug it in to think I have 230 and 120 in my bathroom


You need to check and confirm what you actually have.


I have both I can plug into each side .. not sure what this toothbrush requires
#33
david_lfc
tawse57
david_lfc

which voltage do I plug it in to think I have 230 and 120 in my bathroom
You need to check and confirm what you actually have.
I have both I can plug into each side .. not sure what this toothbrush requires


It sounds like you have a BS EN 61558-2-5 socket for shavers for use in dry areas only.

It typically has a 230 volt 2-pin socket for the UK and sometimes a 115 volt 2-pin socket for 2-pin US plugs.

You need to check on the electric toothbrush box or in the manual what voltage it accepts. I don't have mine close to hand to look.
#34
thanks yeah that's what I have... the instructions say power supply 100-240 v. so that's what is confusing me. not sure if I can use either or must avoid etc
#35
david_lfc
thanks yeah that's what I have... the instructions say power supply 100-240 v. so that's what is confusing me. not sure if I can use either or must avoid etc


I am NOT an electrician so please think of that before doing anything I write here.

In the UK and Western Europe most countries work on 230 volts. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity_by_country )

I suggest you have a quick read of this thread as a poster gives some good advice on which socket to use.

http://www.diynot.com/forums/electrics/charging-toothbrush-in-shaver-socket.365129/
#36
tawse57
david_lfc
thanks yeah that's what I have... the instructions say power supply 100-240 v. so that's what is confusing me. not sure if I can use either or must avoid etc


I am NOT an electrician so please think of that before doing anything I write here.

In the UK and Western Europe most countries work on 230 volts. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity_by_country )

I suggest you have a quick read of this thread as a poster gives some good advice on which socket to use.

http://www.diynot.com/forums/electrics/charging-toothbrush-in-shaver-socket.365129/


thanks that has helped .. I have an electrician coming round for a different job later this week... I'll get his advice then
#37
david_lfc

thanks that has helped .. I have an electrician coming round for a different job later this week... I'll get his advice then


Sorry for being so hesitant about things but I am loathe to give people advice online about which plugs to use - especially in bathrooms.

I personally do not charge my toothbrush in the bathroom even though I have such a socket. I just do not feel happy with using electric sockets in bathrooms. I charge mine in another room using a 2-pin to 3-pin shaver plug convertor.
#38
tawse57
david_lfc

thanks that has helped .. I have an electrician coming round for a different job later this week... I'll get his advice then


Sorry for being so hesitant about things but I am loathe to give people advice online about which plugs to use - especially in bathrooms.

I personally do not charge my toothbrush in the bathroom even though I have such a socket. I just do not feel happy with using electric sockets in bathrooms. I charge mine in another room using a 2-pin to 3-pin shaver plug convertor.


I fully understand .... just found an adapter so will prob just use that.
#39
david_lfc

I fully understand .... just found an adapter so will prob just use that.


Sounds sensible.

My brush had to be recharged today so I got Tues morn to Sat morning from a full charge.
#40
tawse57
david_lfc

I fully understand .... just found an adapter so will prob just use that.
Sounds sensible.
My brush had to be recharged today so I got Tues morn to Sat morning from a full charge.
Same here, the battery died this morning.

The battery should improve after a few charge cycles.

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