Oral B Professional Care 8500 Toothbrush Was £69.99 Now £27.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Unique dentist-inspired rechargeable brush to help provide exceptional stain removal, breath freshening and gum care.

Patented 3D technology which pulsates to loosen plaque and oscillates to sweep it away.

Clinically proven to remove more plaque and reduce gingivitis 2 x more effectively than a manual toothbrush.

Oscillating rotating technology.

2 cleaning modes - deep clean and sensitive.

2 minute timer.

40,000 pulsations per minute.

Charge indicator.

Pressure sensor.

Tower charger.

Travel care.

Includes 3 refills.
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#1
Picking mine up tonite, cant find it cheaper anywhere else. Voted 2nd best toothbrush on Gadget show few weeks ago voted hot:-D
#2
Thanks, have ordered for my sons, I have this toothbrush and it's great. It comes with 3 replacement brushes too.
#3
reserved mine! Cheers.
#4
Just reserved one , great xmas pressie for a relative..thanks OP,
#5
Sweet. These were £35 a few weeks back. Glad I waited:-D
#6
yeh fab toothbrush i bought this when it was £35 from argos about a month ago, wish id waited :( though my stepdad has just bought his from there yesterday at £27.99 but had a £5 voucher to use too so got it even cheaper!!
#7
perfect just ordered one for the others halfs stocking. many thanks, H&R added
#8
how much do refills cost by themself
#9
Paid £35 for this from Tesco last month....

Good toothbrush - highly recommended. FYI Also has a 'slower speed' option for senstive teeth.....not that mine are!
#10
Bought the phillips one for £39.99 mainly cos the word sonic sounded good!, not sure which is better though.
#11
Reserved for xmas pressie for sister, thanks, heat added:thumbsup:
#12
Heat added.
#13
I picked up the Triumph Smart Guide from Argos yesterday - £55 down from about £130!! It also won the Gadget Show toothbrush test.

So whilst the brush in the OP is a hot deal, I think you can spend just a little bit more and get a flaming scotch bonnet of a deal :D
#14
Brilliant - the wife wants one of these! Plenty of stock in my local.
#15
just been tesco and these were 34.99 i believe
#16
Jack Bauer
Bought the phillips one for £39.99 mainly cos the word sonic sounded good!, not sure which is better though.


The Oral-B. The Phillips is a right dog to keep clean if you believe the reviews. Nearly bought one myself before I did some research.
#17
iirc Sainsbury had it for around the same price in Jan. The charging time takes quite long but other than that its good.
#18
Got one reserved. Thanks
#19
Plenty of stock in my 2 local stores. The Sainsburys deal was the deluxe version, with extra attachments, for £23.75. This is the standard version.
#20
thompska
Picking mine up tonite, cant find it cheaper anywhere else. Voted 2nd best toothbrush on Gadget show few weeks ago voted hot:-D


Do you happen to know which one was voted #1?
#21
FriesWithThat
Do you happen to know which one was voted #1?


Read back the thread.... someone mentioned it.
#22
FriesWithThat
Do you happen to know which one was voted #1?


It was the Oral B Triumph with Smartguide:
http://www.isawitonthebox.com/tv/the-gadget-show/oral-b-triumph-with-smartguide-electric-toothbrush-as-seen-on-the-gadget-show/

You can watch the video of it here:
http://fwd.five.tv/videos/top-5-toothbrushes
#23
...nice find. I recently bought one from Argos when it was £34.99. I've just reserved one for collection - could'nt resist at this price :roll:
#24
Bought the 8000 just 2 days ago for £24.99.
This one looks better for only £3 more.

Don't buy the 3 year warranty.
There was a bit of paper with a passcode inside the box on mine.
Register online, and you get upgraded to a 3 year warranty :)
#25
hi
hot post
but did a some research
the sonic ones are better and lot more effective
so i am holding
some hotukdealer will probably post one soon
cheers
#26
Trying to decide out of this, the 8900 or the 9500 as to whether the additional features are worth it... all prices from £28 to £55. Main difference I can see is the "polish mode" on the 8900. Hot prices on all three bushes at the moment tho!
#27
The first thing you will want to do is to tape over the flashing blue charging light. It's obscenely bright and if you charge overnight the neighbours will think the police are around.
#28
i just got one of these from tesco does this come with a UK 3 pin adapter i cant seem to find mines here, just a 2 pin inernational one on the tower.
#29
pakirida
i just got one of these from tesco does this come with a UK 3 pin adapter i cant seem to find mines here, just a 2 pin inernational one on the tower.


thats a plug to fit the shaver socket in tour bathroom
#30
I was tempted to buy this when it was in tescos for 34.99. I have reserved one now. Good price thanks OP. Voted hot.
#31
i have reserve done cheap for this price. i bought one of the cheaper ones about over a year ago and it seems to be losing its charge, and requires charging up once a day.
#32
just got mine today one for my bro and they got a few left in argos
#33
HARRIA01
i have reserve done cheap for this price. i bought one of the cheaper ones about over a year ago and it seems to be losing its charge, and requires charging up once a day.


me too - one of the cheaper Braun ones that is...
#34
Back up to £35 now.

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