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Oral-B Professional Care 7000 £19.99 in store @ Argos

£19.99 @ Argos
Was £42.49 Now £19.99 Less than half price !! Details from Argos website: #3D pulsations help loosen plaque whilst side to side movements sweep it away. #Pressure sensor to help protect gums from be… Read More
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9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago
Was £42.49
Now £19.99
Less than half price !!

Details from Argos website:

#3D pulsations help loosen plaque whilst side to side movements sweep it away.
#Pressure sensor to help protect gums from being brushed too hard.
#40,000 high speed pulsations.
#Helps naturally whiten teeth.
#Soft speed for sensitive spots.
#2 minute timer (4 x 30 second periods).
#Charge light indicator.
#Includes 1 brush head.

I have one of these and it is superb.
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#1
Less than half price is a good saving!

Also consider a new technology sonic toothbrush. See "Braun Oral-B Vitality Sonic Toothbrush £12.37 (Half Price) in store @ Argos" (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/44013/braun-oral-b-vitality-sonic-toothbr) for comparison.
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The Oral-B 7000 certainly is a superb brush. I have one and to be honest, I wouldn't bother with the cheaper alternatives.

Tesco Direct still have the old packaging twin packs of the replacement heads for £1.74 http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.100-2988.aspx

ClashInDevon
#3
Is this better than the Vitality sonic one?
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anay
Is this better than the Vitality sonic one?


I think it certainly is better value.

If you read post # 7 by Searcher2 on this thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=93262
you will see that the sonic vitality was a big disappointment to one reviewer. Plus, the sonic vitality is pretty much 'half price' all the time at one store or another. For £7.62 more, I think you are getting an altogether different grade of brush with the Professional Care 7000.

ClashInDevon
#5
anay
Is this better than the Vitality sonic one?


I think that's a difficult question!
I personally prefer sonic technology. I used to own a similar rotary toothbrush, but bought an Oral B Sonic Complete (before the Oral B Vitality Sonic was available).
My opinion is that a majority of the reviews for the Vitality Sonic are by people who don't understand how a toothbrush with a head that doesn't appear to move can clean teeth.
The question appears to be how effective is the Vitality Sonic? Perhaps search Google for trials by professionals?
First link I found when searching Google for "how effective is the Vitality Sonic": http://www.amazon.com/Preferred-Vitality-Sonic-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B000FX4UV2
I don't know if Oral B paid the dentist to say that :giggle:

I'd probably go for the sonic.
1 Like #6
I prefer sonic by far
#7
Before I got the Oral-B 7000, I did a lot of research. The best electric toothbrush is the Philips Sonicare which costs a lot more and the replacement heads are expensive as well. In the end you get what you pay for.
By far this the cheapest price I have seen for the Oral-B 7000. Reviews on amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Oral-B-Professional-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B0000YHEUA/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/202-6428635-3977412?ie=UTF8&s=personal&qid=1188976579&sr=8-1
#8
Have the people who are recommending the Vitality Sonic brush tried them? I am not having a go - just asking the question. I have had the Sonic Complete and the D7000 and I don't find much difference between the results - both are very good. However, from one review on Amazon the cheapo version of the Sonic Complete (the £12.49 one) appears to give poor results compared to the Complete (ask yourself why on the Amazon US site the Vitality is $17.99 and the Complete is $69.99 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/customer-reviews/B0002M5JNY/sr=1-3/qid=1188982717/ref=cm_cr_dp_all_helpful/002-3812335-5460015?ie=UTF8&n=3760901&qid=1188982717&sr=1-3#customerReviews). Without hard evidence on the Vitality I would go for the D7000. Dentists are more expensive than good toothbrushes.
#9
I have an older version of this and the battery has been on its way out for a while. Nice cheap replacement. =) Market hot.
#10
octopus
Before I got the Oral-B 7000, I did a lot of research. The best electric toothbrush is the Philips Sonicare which costs a lot more and the replacement heads are expensive as well. In the end you get what you pay for.
By far this the cheapest price I have seen for the Oral-B 7000. Reviews on amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Oral-B-Professional-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B0000YHEUA/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/202-6428635-3977412?ie=UTF8&s=personal&qid=1188976579&sr=8-1


On the Oral-B web site it says the Oral-B Sonic Complete will "Whiten your teeth 25% better than Sonicare Elite* by removing more coffee, tea, and tobacco stains" :-p (http://www.oralb.com/uk/products/product.asp?tid=products&sub=power&cid=power&pid=soniccomplete). Philips make some good products though.
But there's no doubt this is a great price for the Oral-B 7000!

I've not personally used an Oral-B Vitality Sonic, but my friend has one and she's perfectly happy.
Can anyone correct me if I'm wrong that Sonic electric toothbrushes are more expensive than regular rotating electric toothbrushes? Newer technology? More effective? It could explain why the basic Vitality Sonic compares in price to the deluxe 7000?
#11
Great deal, i need one of these ! Thanks
#12
My dentist as just recomended this as an ideal brush to get so at that price can't go wrong.
#13
thanks for all the replys guys :thumbsup:

may go for this one (7000), or a complete sonic one.
whats a good price for the complete ones? seen some on ebay for £35ish but probably won't buy a toothbrush from there.
#14
anay
thanks for all the replys guys :thumbsup:

may go for this one (7000), or a complete sonic one.
whats a good price for the complete ones? seen some on ebay for £35ish but probably won't buy a toothbrush from there.


I think I paid £29.99 for mine from Superdrug before Chirstmas last year. Haven't noticed them on offer since though.
#15
back to £42.49.Dammit.

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