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Oral-B Professional Care 6000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush WAS £39.99 NOW £17.63 Delivered @ Amazon

£17.63 @ Amazon
Dual speed 3D cleaning for sensitive areas Up to 40,000 pulsations and 8,800 rotations per minute Built-in pressure sensor stops pulsations if you're brushing too hard 2 minute quad timer helps … Read More
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Dual speed 3D cleaning for sensitive areas
Up to 40,000 pulsations and 8,800 rotations per minute
Built-in pressure sensor stops pulsations if you're brushing too hard
2 minute quad timer helps you brush for the dentist recommended time
Rechargeable handle lasts up to 7 days between charges (cleaning twice a day for two minutes each session)
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1 Like #1
Good deal. Thanks very much.

Best wishes, Neil
1 Like #2
Great price, got the twin pack from Boots for £40 just this week
#3
Saw this model in Bodycare shop today for 7.99£ today.. Might be nationwide as well..
1 Like #4
good deal thanks
#5
siemo
Saw this model in Bodycare shop today for 7.99£ today.. Might be nationwide as well..


which would make this deal stone cold :whistling:
#6
montriff;3346094
which would make this deal stone cold :whistling:

...if substantiated...:whistling:
1 Like #7
siemo:
Saw this model in Bodycare shop today for 7.99£ today.. Might be nationwide as well..

Yeah I wouldn't mind knowing if thats a real statement, seems very very cheap, looks a hot deal for the Amazon price, I'll wait to see if anything comes up but looks like a purchase!
#8
aztech
...if substantiated...:whistling:


.....meaning being posted in a new thred :whistling:.....
1 Like #9
good price, but just got the sonic complete for £50 quid from tesco. All the deals are still on at tesco, oral b range half price
#10
live2giveuk
good price, but just got the sonic complete for £50 quid from tesco. All the deals are still on at tesco, oral b range half price


It looks like the sonic complete has a fair few battery issues from the customer comments on Amazon, and by a fair few I mean nearly all. Plus its significantly more
1 Like #11
Not a good purchase, as this brush is not IMO powerful enough to clean effectively.

IMO, don't buy an Oral B electric toothbrush with a model number less than 8000. Oh and sonic brushes for the most part are less effective than these rotating heads models.

Just to qualify my comments, I am a dentist.
#12
vk2003
Not a good purchase, as this brush is not IMO powerful enough to clean effectively.

IMO, don't buy an Oral B electric toothbrush with a model number less than 8000. Oh and sonic brushes for the most part are less effective than these rotating heads models.

Just to qualify my comments, I am a dentist.


Theres the 8500 here @ £34.99 http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-1591.aspx

or the 8900 here @ 44.99 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Oral-B-Professional-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B0011NNP5W/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

Which would you recommend in regards to price/performance?
#13
The 2nd one is ok but...

I would personally go for the 9500 (54.99 at Boots) or the model with the smartguide (although this is a little bit of overkill, but it does help ensure you brush for the minimum recommended time (2 mins). It is 69.89 at boots/amazon, but boots has a 10% discount code available, as well as advantage points and quido!

HTH
#14
Is there any fundamental difference in the power of the Oral B Professional range of brushes? They all seem to have to 40k pulsations and 8.8k rotations going on. Differences seem to be the added extra gizmos ie. extra heads, extra modes, wireless Smartguide, GPS, MP3, DVD etc.
#15
I had a Philips Sonicare brush and just picked up the Oral-B 9500 Triumph with Smartguide and it is great! Cleans much better than Sonicare. I like the Smartguide as I am a gadget freak and I like the timer letting me know how long there is to go. Yes they all pulse at 30 seconds but I like seeing the timer count up and the smiley face appear at 2 mins :-)

I would like to know why the lower models are not as highly rated from a dentists point of view as I too thought the basic operation was the same and the more expensive models just added on functions like pulsed timing, rf chipped brush heads etc.

If you aren't a gadget afficionado then I reckon the Oral-B 9500 standard unit would be perfect. It is £54.99 but use the 10% Code, 1000pts with £50 spend and Quidco and you will bring the price down a lot!

Oh and Amazon have the brish heads at a good price. The Floss Action 4 pack is £10.66 and they are doing the Proshine polishing heads at 2 for £4.97. In fact I might list it as a HOT DEAL!!
#16
I use Tesco cheapo toothbrushes, four for about £59p.Last me about 6 months.
I didn't visit the dentist for 26 years until 2 years ago,I needed 3 fillings, & they were old fillings that had deteriorated.No new ones required.
In my opinion,as not-a-dentist, anything over £2 is a complete waste of money & just not needed.

But good luck to you if have the money & can justify spending it on a toothbrush.
#17
The description is wrong. I saw this in Tesco today for £20. It only has 20,000 pulsations and 7,600 rotations per minute, so is just a marginal update to the 5000 range (i.e. they changed the colour scheme a little). This price is not spectacular for this speed, since Braun sells at half the "RRP" for most of the year.

If the Bodycare price pans out, then that would be a bargain.
#18
My experience with these brushes is that has been a slight ramping up of power recently - whilst the frequency of rotation/pulsation may be the same, the newer ones are better able to maintain their movements under pressure

(see my previous post in this thread - this is an answer to a question!)
#19
dohc
I use Tesco cheapo toothbrushes, four for about £59p.Last me about 6 months.
I didn't visit the dentist for 26 years until 2 years ago,I needed 3 fillings, & they were old fillings that had deteriorated.No new ones required.
In my opinion,as not-a-dentist, anything over £2 is a complete waste of money & just not needed.

But good luck to you if have the money & can justify spending it on a toothbrush.


IMO these brushes are great, I have used conventional brushes and still do when I work nights and the cleaner feeling you get from the electric ones makes a big difference, to the extent that I may buy one of these to take to work on nights!
#20
Some facts about electric toothbrushes - this is from a dentist. If you have a good technique in brushing your teeth ie you start from the gumline and work up and brush all around your teeth then electric toothbrushes will be a waste of money. If you are a lazy brusher then the electric tootbrush will be very effective as you just move the brush around your mouth. Electric tootbrushes remove the technique aspect of brushing so if you have good technique then do not buy if you are a bad brusher then you will see an effect.
#21
The links takes to this page, and the price is £26.99 + £5.99 shipping. I've also searched on amazon but that's all they have. So I guess deal is expired now.
#22
In wilkinsons They are doing this for £19.99!!! I guess this must be next best!
#23
It's back in stock again, but £19.99 now (from Amazon not marketplace, so free delivery).

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