Oral-B ProfessionalCare 8900 - Complete Care Electric Toothbrush Half Price £43.99 @ Boots - HotUKDeals
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The Oral-B Professional Care 8900 rechargeable toothbrush combines high-speed 3D brushing action pioneered by Oral-B with the total control of 3 modes; cleaning, sensitive and polishing.

Oral-B Professional Care 8900 is supplied with a Precision clean refill, sensitive refill and Pro White polishing head for natural whitening in 21 days. The Professional Care 8900 also comes with our Oral Care Essentials including Interdental Cleaner andTongue Freshener to offer you total oral care.

The Oral-B Professional Care 8900 is supplied with:

Advanced 3D brushing action with up to 40,000 pulsations and 8,800 rotations per minute
Advanced pressure sensor stops pulsations if you're brushing too hard
2 minute timer helps you brush for the dentist recommended time
Full charnge indicator and low charge warning system
2 Precision refills, sensitive refill, Pro White refill and Oral care Essentials Kit including tongue cleaner, interdental pick and interspace refill.
Brush head storage unit and travel case
Rechargeable handle lasts up to 14 days between charges*

*Cleaning twice a day for two minutes each session
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banned#1
or go for the 8000 for £24.44 at argos (same brush - just without the Essentials Kit which is by no means essential!).
#2
Not quite - the 8000 is single speed only
banned#4
Faythur;5643351
Not quite - the 8000 is single speed only

fair enough, but dunno why anyone would put it down to 1/5th normal speed.
#5
I don't know what the actual various speeds are, but the 8900 has 3 modes - clean, sensitive and polish. The 'sensitive' is slower and the 'polish' mode pulses.

We have both [my young lad uses the 8000]

Far better than the previous Phillips Sonicare various models we used over the years, although very unrefined with both noise and vibration, by comparison. But the main thing is that they clean [quite a bit] better :thumbsup:

My only 'gripe' is that they can take a fairly long time to recharge if you don't leave it permanantly on the charger [like we do].
#6
csiman
fair enough, but dunno why anyone would put it down to 1/5th normal speed.


Faythur
I don't know what the actual various speeds are, but the 8900 has 3 modes - clean, sensitive and polish. The 'sensitive' is slower and the 'polish' mode pulses.

We have both [my young lad uses the 8000]

Far better than the previous Phillips Sonicare various models we used over the years, although very unrefined with both noise and vibration, by comparison. But the main thing is that they clean [quite a bit] better :thumbsup:

My only 'gripe' is that they can take a fairly long time to recharge if you don't leave it permanantly on the charger [like we do].


Precisely why I have ignored csimans advice and gone for this, the 8000 is NOT the same brush, after owning an older oral-b toothbrush with 2 speed settings I found that I never used the slower speed, however this toothbrush is totally different, having those three modes...the added advantage is the newer oral-b's now have pressure sensors, I find I get through the heads too fast because I overapply pressure.

Heat and rep added.

By the way, at least in the midlands, Argos is out of stock on these. Just as well to get it from Boots with either free delivery to home, if anyone is going to be in, or collect from store.
#7
Faythur
I don't know what the actual various speeds are, but the 8900 has 3 modes - clean, sensitive and polish. The 'sensitive' is slower and the 'polish' mode pulses.

We have both [my young lad uses the 8000]

Far better than the previous Phillips Sonicare various models we used over the years, although very unrefined with both noise and vibration, by comparison. But the main thing is that they clean [quite a bit] better :thumbsup:

My only 'gripe' is that they can take a fairly long time to recharge if you don't leave it permanantly on the charger [like we do].


i have this brush and i love it :) it takes my brush at least 16 hours to charge from when it starts bleeping at me :w00t:
#8
Well I'm utterly confused !

I was going to plump for this from Amazon for £44 but it has gone ! Not showing on the website at all apart from 3rd party retailers. Now this offer is on at Boots for the same price.

I nipped into Boots this afternoon and they had the 8900 togather with the Oral B Triumph 9500 and 9900 at £54 and £68 respectively both at half price which seems an attractive offer. I've not looked into the 9500 or 9900 so didn't know what to do and walked away.

Both these Triumph models get 5* in reviews but are they worth the extra £10 and £28 respectively or do you get a better deal with the 8900 and its additional heads & attachments ?

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