Oral-B D18 Professional Care 8500 £27.49 in store @ Sainsburys (& online) - HotUKDeals
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RRP seems to be £75.
Next cheapest I could find was £37.24 @ amazon.co.uk
(Sorry about the link, this was the closest I could get that's not session specific. Just search for product 'oral b 8500' once inside groceries.)


Details from Sainsburys:

Superior cleaning technology.

Whole mouth care.
Removes up to two times more plaque than a manual toothbrush.
Healthy teeth & firm gums.

Contents:
1 Oral-B ProfessionalCare power handle with ergonomic grip.
1 FlexiSoft® Brushhead: Surrounds each tooth for a deep clean.
1 ProBright Brushhead: Special polishing cup to naturally whiten and clean teeth.
1 Interdental Cleaner: Cleans deep between teeth. Comes with 10 replaceable mint flavoured picks.
1 Tongue Freshener: Cleans tongue to freshen breath.

Unique 3D Action:
Combines 40,000 pulsations with 8,800 oscillations.
Customised Speed Control offers range of speeds to best meet individual needs.

30 Day Challenge.
Try Oral-B ProfessionalCare 8500 for 30 days. If you are not 100% satisfied, receive a full refund - no questions asked (see inside pack for full details).

All Oral-B ProfessionalCare models feature:
2 Minute Timer.
Signals after 2 minutes to ensure professionally recommended brushing time.
Pressure Sensor.
Helps promote gentle brushing. Pulsations stop when you press too hard.
Compact round brushhead.
Inspired by dental professionals. Surrounds each tooth and cleans thoroughly.
Unique 3-Bristle System.
Long lasting FlexiSoft® Bristles bend for gentle brushing. Longer Interdental Tips to clean deep. Indicator® Bristles signal when to replace.

This model features:
Customised Speed Control.
Range of speeds to best meet individual needs.
Professional Timer.
30 second interval timer helps you brush each area of your mouth.
Brushhead Storage.
Hygienic storage of brushheads.
Full Charge Indicator.
Indicates when fully charged.
Rechargeable.
Long lasting charge: Lasts up to two weeks, brushing two times a day for two minutes. No replacement of batteries needed.

Oral-B ProfessionalCare 8500 is a dentist inspired oral care system for outstanding cleaning, healthy teeth and gums and naturally whiter teeth.

High performance cleaning power for ultimate cleaning between and behind teeth.

Clinically proven:
Removes up to 97% of plaque from hard-to-reach areas.
Removes up to two times more plaque than a manual toothbrush.

Improves gum health and helps protect against and even reverse gum disease.
Prevents tartar build-up significantly better than a manual toothbrush.

Naturally whiter teeth in 21 days.
Removes even tough stains.
Up to 60% better than a manual toothbrush at controlling the buld-up of stains

Fresher breath.
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#1
Voted hot. I have two different Oral-B brushes - would like some replacement brushhead deals to be posted too!!
#2
I bought 4x eb17 (flexisoft) replacement brushes with my electric toothbrush at my sainsbury's store yesterday for £7.98 (apparently down from £11.99 IIRC) but these aren't on the Sainsbury's website, so I don't know how widely available they are. In any case amazon.co.uk sells 8 for £14.99 (free delivery over £15) which is a better deal. Never bought electric toothbrushes before so perhaps someone else knows where to get the best deals.
#3
peackshelb
I bought 4x eb17 (flexisoft) replacement brushes with my electric toothbrush at my sainsbury's store yesterday for £7.98 (apparently down from £11.99 IIRC) but these aren't on the Sainsbury's website, so I don't know how widely available they are. In any case amazon.co.uk sells 8 for £14.99 (free delivery over £15) which is a better deal. Never bought electric toothbrushes before so perhaps someone else knows where to get the best deals.

always get mine from amazon £9.48 (inc. postage) for 8. Great price i think.:thumbsup:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0000AFP7Q/ref=dp_olp_1/202-8196113-3807857
#4
marshallka
always get mine from amazon £9.48 (inc. postage) for 8. Great price i think.:thumbsup:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0000AFP7Q/ref=dp_olp_1/202-8196113-3807857


Sorry to say, I wouldn't trust these market place sellers, they are as bad as ebay for fakes.

I've bought some of these before from a amazon marketplace seller, and I am pretty sure they are fakes, the head doesn't fit straight on, you need to force it a bit compared to ones I bought from costco (when they used to sell them), and ones I bought from amazon themself.

The indicator on the head never wears off.

The bristles feels hard, and corse compared to my others. The coloured ring don't fit.

Anyway, this is a great price, for such a great product, i'm thinking of getting one to use while away.
#5
i am really thinking about getting one of these. but is it the best toothbrush available for the money or is there any other good alternative?
#6
rommy
i am really thinking about getting one of these. but is it the best toothbrush available for the money or is there any other good alternative?


Me too. How are these compared to the sonicare range from Philips or Oral-B? If somebody has purchased the same model before can you please post to give your feedback. thanks
#7
guys once again can anyone here give me there suggestion about this toothbrush? right now i am using oral-b vitality.will it be worth buying this toothbrush?
#8
hi thanks for posting this, i've just bought 1, great price; i've been using the previous model as my dental hygenist recommended them over any of the sonicare range. Hope that helps
#9
I've used this brush now for the past year and I can safely say I doubt you can find any better for the money!
#10
QSECOFR
I've used this brush now for the past year and I can safely say I doubt you can find any better for the money!



this as gone up to 54.99 now
#11
mpw2081
this as gone up to 54.99 now


Only online, still half price in store, just bought one this evening
#12
Is it the norm with electric toothbrushes to just get a two pin plug?
#13
well the store I went in had the stickers with the full price showing but no stock.

should have got one earlier :-(
#14
gogboy
Is it the norm with electric toothbrushes to just get a two pin plug?


I've had 3 Oral B brushes and they always have a 2 pin plug
#15
octopus
well the store I went in had the stickers with the full price showing but no stock.

should have got one earlier :-(


What I found was that some of the range were marked as half price but the likes of the 5000, 7000 and 8500 were not, however if you went and asked someone to scan them for you, they were going through as half price.

This was also the case with some of the replacement heads.
#16
defo expired, been to 2 sainsburys today- scanned 8500's and coming up as full price- apparently sainsburys deals change tuesday night at midnight, hence the full price today- gutted!
#17
gogboy
Is it the norm with electric toothbrushes to just get a two pin plug?


It plugs into the electric razor socket in a bathroom - it isn't a 'european' 2-pin plug. Most bathrooms don't have 3-pin conventional plugs to discourage people from accidentally electrocuting themselves...
#18
shame i missed this one as had been to a store yesterday and it was out of stock. been to a different store today and they were coming at full price. price on Amazon has also gone up.
#19
tell you what is an oddity- boots have this priced £10 more expensive than sainsbury's at 64.99, and on their website it states it has been reduced from £124.99???
is there are difference in models- the box contents look the same
#20
gobofraggle
It plugs into the electric razor socket in a bathroom - it isn't a 'european' 2-pin plug. Most bathrooms don't have 3-pin conventional plugs to discourage people from accidentally electrocuting themselves...


Exactly and a lot of bathrooms dont have the 2 pin socket either, all the houses I've lived in have had neither 2 or 3.

Makes sense if your bathroom has a 2 pin socket but I got an adaptor so can just charge it in the back bedroom as it flashes when charging
#21
octopus
shame i missed this one as had been to a store yesterday and it was out of stock. been to a different store today and they were coming at full price. price on Amazon has also gone up.


Amazon are bad for their price changes, I had the 7000 in the basket at £21 but left it overnight and when logged in it had gone upto £30 so decided would go for the 8500 at £7 more and then it had gone upto £57 or thereabouts....good job really since ended up getting it for £27
#22
seen this today instore at Superdrug reduced to £37.49 . that is £10 over the Sainsbury's deal.
#23
if sainsburys can do them at 27.49 so can superdrug!!!

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