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Oral-B Pro 5000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Powered by Braun - £59.99 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)

£59.99 @ Amazon
Great lighting deal on Amazon,will finish soon, Cheapest I found
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Great lighting deal on Amazon,will finish soon,
Cheapest I found
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#1
Heat added as it's a good brush. However , I did get the same one for £18 in Boots clearance ;)
#2
Hot & ordered. Cheers OP, my old one was just conking out the other night!
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grooty
Heat added as it's a good brush. However , I did get the same one for £18 in Boots clearance ;)


Yeh you keep saying.
#4
Is this the new cross action one does anyone know ?
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grooty
Heat added as it's a good brush. However , I did get the same one for £18 in Boots clearance ;)

let me dig out my time machine and ill get a couple more


Great price by the way...heat added OP

Edited By: jouster on Jan 07, 2015 16:56: more to add
banned#6
have mine for 2 years, still going strong.
#7
superdrugs were selling this for £40
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jouster
grooty
Heat added as it's a good brush. However , I did get the same one for £18 in Boots clearance ;)
let me dig out my time machine and ill get a couple more

Boots 75% off sale is rumoured to be next Wednesday ;)
#9
douglas13
have mine for 2 years, still going strong.

I've had mine for 3 and the battery is nearly knackered. That's about how long you have left :D Thinking about trying to replace the battery before I fork out for a new one though.
#10
you can replace the batteries though...lots of the replacement batteries on ebay and they last for more like a month than ten years that way....lots of videos on youtube showing you how to do it too...take about 5 minutes and a soldering iron

Here is a link to the youtube instructions and here is a link to similar replacement batteries

Pretty simple really...and gives you another 3 to 4 years with the same brush....

personally, the rubber coating started to perish on mine so I got another one and use the old one, with the replaced battery, as a travel one now and then bought this but for only £69.99 at shavers.co.uk (no longer available but Im also not posting it as a deal



Edited By: jouster on Jan 07, 2015 16:58

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