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Oral B Pro 6000 electric toothbrush £62.99 at Amazon

£62.99 @ Amazon
Has been cheaper but usually over £80 and a cracking toothbrush, especially at this price. By comparison, my local hygienist charges £62 per visit! Read More
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7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
Has been cheaper but usually over £80 and a cracking toothbrush, especially at this price.

By comparison, my local hygienist charges £62 per visit!
j2hot Avatar
7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
Thanks, ordered !
1 Like #2
And, Thanks ordered.
1 Like #3
Awesome price. Heat from me.
3 Likes #4
Useless, get the 2000/3000 series. Does the same as far as cleaning is concerned.
#5
ukting
Useless, get the 2000/3000 series. Does the same as far as cleaning is concerned.


Agree 100%
#6
ukting
Useless, get the 2000/3000 series. Does the same as far as cleaning is concerned.


It's hardly useless. Has more cleaning modes and I use mine specifically with my dentist to focus on certain areas. I agree it's not for everyone but this is a deal site (i.e. a good price for the product in question) rather than a review site isn't it?
#7
j2hot
...but this is a deal site (i.e. a good price for the product in question) rather than a review site isn't it?

Sadly, that is not the case.

The best "Deal" is a subjective* view of anything to do with the product thread (such as the merchant's past history, the non-guaranteed cashback, the colour/dimensions of the item, any comparative products, the day of the week, whether the member voting had run out of butter for their morning toast, or anything else connected/unconnected with the "Deal"), apparently.

(* Not everybody is you, hence why voting differs)

A previous thread of note...

Can we please have the rules/guidelines on Voting made more clear??

Specifically, comment #56...
juliet_bravo - Aug 23, 2010 14:42

Taken from the original help & advice panel-

If you are cold voting a deal, it is good forum etiquette to post a note in the deal as to why you have done so. There is nothing more confusing to a new member, than to post a deal, only to see it go cold with no explanation. If you found the item cheaper elsewhere, please let us know where and how. If you have no interest or knowledge about the deal at all, please don’t vote cold, just move on.

HUKD has systems in place to detect serial cold voters, and it may lead to a ban from the forums, as it is against the code of conduct.

If members feel an apple product, for example, is comparable with another item and they do not think the apple represents good value, then of course they should state that within the thread. However we cannot be too strict with regards to forcing members to justify their votes. It will be detrimental to how the site works and the organic nature in which "hot" deals are voted as such.

Also, "Cold Voting", & the ironically-titled "EXPIRED - Can you get banned for voting cold too often?" (created by a member that is now banned).

There used to be a whole lifetime's worth of discussion(s) on the subject, but the following "tags" were removed recently:

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/cold-voting ]
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/voting-cold ]
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/another-vote-cold-thread ]

You could use the Advanced Search Results for "cold", if you wish, though.
#8
fanpages
j2hot
...but this is a deal site (i.e. a good price for the product in question) rather than a review site isn't it?

Sadly, that is not the case.

The best "Deal" is a subjective* view of anything to do with the product thread (such as the merchant's past history, the non-guaranteed cashback, the colour/dimensions of the item, any comparative products, the day of the week, whether the member voting had run out of butter for their morning toast, or anything else connected/unconnected with the "Deal"), apparently.

(* Not everybody is you, hence why voting differs)

A previous thread of note...

Can we please have the rules/guidelines on Voting made more clear??

Specifically, comment #56...
juliet_bravo - Aug 23, 2010 14:42

Taken from the original help & advice panel-

If you are cold voting a deal, it is good forum etiquette to post a note in the deal as to why you have done so. There is nothing more confusing to a new member, than to post a deal, only to see it go cold with no explanation. If you found the item cheaper elsewhere, please let us know where and how. If you have no interest or knowledge about the deal at all, please don’t vote cold, just move on.

HUKD has systems in place to detect serial cold voters, and it may lead to a ban from the forums, as it is against the code of conduct.

If members feel an apple product, for example, is comparable with another item and they do not think the apple represents good value, then of course they should state that within the thread. However we cannot be too strict with regards to forcing members to justify their votes. It will be detrimental to how the site works and the organic nature in which "hot" deals are voted as such.

Also, "Cold Voting", & the ironically-titled "EXPIRED - Can you get banned for voting cold too often?" (created by a member that is now banned).

There used to be a whole lifetime's worth of discussion(s) on the subject, but the following "tags" were removed recently:

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/cold-voting ]
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/voting-cold ]
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/another-vote-cold-thread ]

You could use the Advanced Search Results for "cold", if you wish, though.



Personally I don't think having cold voting at all on the site is particularly helpful - if people don't like it they could simply not give it heat. Most people can make their own mind up about a product if the price is good. For instance I once listed an Alex Ferguson biography for 99p and almost set a record for cold votes. If for instance a deal is loved by 50 people and hated by 50 others due to some kind of personal bias then it never gets hot, even though many people would be interested in it. Small point anyway as doesn't ultimately make any personal difference to me whether it goes hot or not :)
1 Like #9
Cheers, got this down to £57 on Flubit

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