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Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide Electric tooth-brush - £68.40 @ Boots

£68.40 @ Boots
This won Channel 5 Gadget show "best electronic tooth brush" The Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide is the first toothbrush to feature a wireless interactive display which monitors your brushing activ… Read More
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This won Channel 5 Gadget show "best electronic tooth brush"

The Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide is the first toothbrush to feature a wireless interactive display which monitors your brushing activity to help optimise brushing habits. Whilst you brush the clock timer on the wireless display encourages you to brush for the dentist-recommended two minutes. Guiding you to change mouth quadrant every 30 seconds.

The Oral-B Triumph SmartGuide also helps prevent gum damage by warning you if you brush too hard, and advises you when it's time to change the brush head. The brush removes twice as much plaque as an ordinary manual toothbrush, and its Smart Guide helps guide you to optimum brushing habits.

Oral-B's advanced FlossAction brush head uses MicroPulse bristles to reach deep between teeth and along the gum line to sweep away plaque for a clean that's clinically proven to remove more plaque than an ordinary manual toothbrush. Alternatively, use the dentist-inspired ProBright brush head with its special polishing cup to gently remove surface stains and naturally whiten teeth in 21 days.

The attractively-designed Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide is supplied with:

Wireless SmartGuide unit (requires 2 AA batteries) which encourages dentist-recommended brushing and visual pressure sensor notifies you if you're brushing too hard
4 brushing modes (clean, soft, massage and polish)
3D cleaning technology with up to 40,000 pulsations per minute
Choice of 2 FlossAction and 1 ProBright brush heads for cleaner and whiter teeth
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
Cold... Who in their right mind would pay £68.40 for a toothbrush?

Sainsburys sell a pack of two basic toothbrushes for 13p. That means that with £68.40 to spend on toothbrushes, I could buy a new tootthbrush for everyone of my 32 teeth every day for over a month!
#2
Russ2626
Cold... Who in their right mind would pay £68.40 for a toothbrush?

Sainsburys sell a pack of two basic toothbrushes for 13p. That means that with £68.40 to spend on toothbrushes, I could buy a new tootthbrush for everyone of my 32 teeth every day for over a month!


Proven to be better than a manual toothbrush.

Who in their right might would buy a Bugatti Veyron its only a car blah blah blah blah blah ............
#3
Russ2626
Cold... Who in their right mind would pay £68.40 for a toothbrush?

Sainsburys sell a pack of two basic toothbrushes for 13p. That means that with £68.40 to spend on toothbrushes, I could buy a new tootthbrush for everyone of my 32 teeth every day for over a month!


what a complete moron, people like you should be prevented from posting on this forum :x
#4
I was marking a point of how unneccessarily expensive something basic has been made. If you don't like it then don't post. I have the same right as anyone else to post here.
#5
Can be had cheaper with Amazon. However, vouchers on this site make Boots cheaper still and over 60.00 spend gets 5.00 in boots advantage points added.
#6
Russ2626
I was marking a point of how unneccessarily expensive something basic has been made.


Says the man with a Ferrari alloy as his avatar:p
#7
paid 55£ for mine about two weeks ago in Argos..
banned#8
pluves1
Says the man with a Ferrari alloy as his avatar:p


Russ got pwnd!!!!!1 :lol:
#9
pluves1
Says the man with a Ferrari alloy as his avatar:p


An avatar costs nothing! :p
#10
Russ2626
I was marking a point of how unneccessarily expensive something basic has been made. If you don't like it then don't post. I have the same right as anyone else to post here.


why buy an oven, just cook things on an open fire in your garden it's much cheaper
#11
Just another quick thing. If you register the tooth brush online you get another 2 years of guarantee.
#12
£54.99 @ Amazon and same at Waitrose
#13
I have one of these and love it, the smartguide is a bit of a novelty and it's behind my bathroom mirror, sometimes don't open the mirror to look at it buts its handy.

Love the toothbrush.

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