Oral-B Triumph 9500 Electric Toothbrush - £54.99 or less (£49.99) delivered @ Boots - HotUKDeals
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I know that this has been up before at roughly the same price (minus the £5 discount voucher perhaps) but it's up again so I thought I'd post it. I also know that a lot of people will find this still to be expensive for a toothbrush, but it's a good deal in my book!

Enter the code LGDK29 at the checkout for the £5 off (thanks to malibu777)

You can also buy the version with smartguide for £64.89 with the £5 off voucher.

Sorry, can't confirm if this is available instore too, I imagine that it is but you won't get the extra £5 off!

Here's the item blurb:

The Oral-B Triumph takes brushing to a whole new level of clean.

Oral-B Triumph has an advanced FlossAction brush head features MicroPulse bristles to penetrate between teeth and sweep away plaque for a floss-like clean that's clinically proven to remove more plaque than an ordinary manual toothbrush.

Oral-B Triumph has patented Smart Technology that tracks the brush's charge level to ensure optimal brushing power, and advises you when to change the brush head via the digital display on the brush handle. While you brush, a professional timer helps you achieve the dentist-recommended two minutes, signalling every 30 seconds to encourage thorough brushing of each mouth quadrant.

The attractive and ergonomic Oral-B Triumph is supplied with:

3D cleaning technology with up to 40,000 pulsations per minute
Advanced pressure sensor stops pulsations if you're brushing too hard
Smart Technology tells you how long to brush and when to change head
3 brushing modes (clean, soft and massage)
2 FlossAction brush heads for deeper cleaning and plaque removal
Rechargeable handle lasts up to 14 days between charges*.
30 day challenge - satisfaction or your money back!**
Integrated base station and storage unit (dishwasher-safe), Portable SmartPlug charger and Travel case

*Cleaning twice a day for two minutes each session
**This does not affect your statutory rights
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#1
Really good brush this is. Bought the 9900 (next one up) on Monday after seeing it on the Gadget show over the weekend for £67. Had i had known about this, would have got this instead as it is identical except for the Bluetooth information panel thingy. Although the Info Panel is very good at making sure i brush properly.
#2
£55 for a toothbrush!!?????

Seems like a lot to me....

I spend about 55p on a brush every 2 months so on that basis i would expect this electric brush to last 16 years.

I do realise that electric brushes are better tho...
#3
Yeah, as I said it's still a lot of money and I appreciate that. But for someone who wants this product, I think that this is the best price that you'll find it for just now.
And it's good for your health, what more could you want!
1 Like #4
There are quite a lot of Oral B toothbrushes which are half price (including sonic ones!)
the full list is here:
#5
I have the 9900, its really good IMO. helps me to keep the brushing consistant :-D If you can afford it its recommended
#6
thanks heat & rep added
#7
Not sure why this is expired? Seems good to me...
#8
This toothbrush is excellent my dentist says how good my teeth look, cleans as good as when you go to the dentist.

However its never told me when to change my head, and ive changed it before its done that anyway so i dont know how it knows, the head was really worn down.

Also if you dont keep on constant charge after first couple of uses off of the charger the power is lost a lot it isnt as fast despite the actual battery meter saying its full for ages.
#9
Peterocket
£55 for a toothbrush!!?????

Seems like a lot to me....

I spend about 55p on a brush every 2 months so on that basis i would expect this electric brush to last 16 years.

I do realise that electric brushes are better tho...


You familiar with dental charges? Private ones, where I live you cannot get an NHS dentist.

These type of brushes give you closer to a scale and polish...ok not exactly but 55p brushes don't even scratch the surface.

The difference is huge...massive.

I've got company dental care now so I might revert to your stratagy :-D
#10
amazon had an offer a few days ago for a philips sonic care fom £100 to £50,not sure howthis compares.
#11
The 9900 is fabulous for kids - it's the only really good way of making them interested in brushing....

The smily face that comes on after brushing is great., also the warning if they push to hard against their teeth and gums.....

So for kids get the 9900 every time

http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10052&productId=44056&callingViewName=&langId=-1&catalogId=11051

We have two of the 9900s for the kids and one of the 9500 for me - I highly recommend them, if you are an adult you can save the money, but for a bloke the wireless display on the 9900 if fab

Why has someone expired this??

All still available on line and in store
#12
unexpired as still available
#13
I agree about the battery charge on these things. Unless you keep them on charge all the time after about a few charges they need recharging about once a week, and I think from dead they take about 24 hours to charge. I bought an oral b from superdrug that runs off 2 AA batteries, cost about £6.49 and the batteries last months.
#14
Smurf666
I agree about the battery charge on these things. Unless you keep them on charge all the time after about a few charges they need recharging about once a week, and I think from dead they take about 24 hours to charge. I bought an oral b from superdrug that runs off 2 AA batteries, cost about £6.49 and the batteries last months.


I have the 8500 and the battery is good for 2 weeks on a charge perhaps a little more and I dont have it sat on charge all the time, perhaps thats the downfall?

If you run a laptop on a battery and keep in on charge via mains all the time, the battery doesn't live as long etc....are these toothbrushes not the same?
#15
I saw this on the Gadget show and it looked like something Id like to own, although still not convinced with the price. Id originally looked this up on Amazon and it states it has a 2 year guarantee.

It also said that you would get around an hours use from a 12 hour charge. Can someone who owns this or the 9900 confirm?
#16
gogboy
I have the 8500 and the battery is good for 2 weeks on a charge perhaps a little more and I dont have it sat on charge all the time, perhaps thats the downfall?

If you run a laptop on a battery and keep in on charge via mains all the time, the battery doesn't live as long etc....are these toothbrushes not the same?


In the instructions for my DLX 7500 it reads:

[INDENT]Battery maintenance
To maintain the maximum capacity of the rechargeable battery, unplug the charging unit and discharge the handle by regular use at least every 6 months.
[/INDENT]

So it does indeed seem like just leaving it on charge all the time will be detrimental in the long term.

ClashInDevon
#17
All gone now.... how sad.. i miss the boat....

any alternative e-tailer?
#19
looks like it's back in stock again at boots now.

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