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Oral-B Pro 6000 CrossAction £55.99 Amazon

£55.99 @ Amazon
Amazon had this at £55.99 last week but increased the price by the time it came to Black Friday. It is now back at £55.99 as Deal of the Day
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Amazon had this at £55.99 last week but increased the price by the time it came to Black Friday.

It is now back at £55.99 as Deal of the Day
satty389 Avatar
2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Good price
2 Likes #2
Same price as BF week (which is when I bought mine).
#3
Good price but absolutely no need to get anything above the 2000 series which you can often get around £25
#4
gallopingbanker
Good price but absolutely no need to get anything above the 2000 series which you can often get around £25

I disagree, but everyones entitled to their own opinion :)
#5
gallopingbanker
Good price but absolutely no need to get anything above the 2000 series which you can often get around £25


Agreed. My hygienist said to never pay more than £25 for an electric. I have the 600 for £20 it's great, everything else is a gimmick.
#6
gallopingbanker
Good price but absolutely no need to get anything above the 2000 series which you can often get around £25
My understanding is that the difference is in the speed that they rotate the brush head although this information seems extremely difficult to pin down. i.e.

600 = lower amount
2000 = medium amount
6000 = most.

Does anyone actually know where this information can be found?
1 Like #7
Good deal. The battery life on my 7 year old Oral B electric toothbrush isn't what it was so plumped for this.
#8
KTF
gallopingbanker
Good price but absolutely no need to get anything above the 2000 series which you can often get around £25
My understanding is that the difference is in the speed that they rotate the brush head although this information seems extremely difficult to pin down. i.e.

600 = lower amount
2000 = medium amount
6000 = most.

Does anyone actually know where this information can be found?


I'd be interested to know too

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