Oral-B Vitality Rechargeable Toothbrush £7.99 @ Semi-chem (In-store and online) - HotUKDeals
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Saw this in the Semi-chem in Castle Court today for £7.99! Good deal! I didn't get any as I already have one. There were 4 left when I saw them!

Check this on their website and seems to be at £7.99 too (delivery applies)!
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#1
Roughly, how much is delivery from this place?

I've been thinking of upgrading from a manual toothbrush, is this the right opportunity to do so?
#2
I am not too sure sorry as I have not used them online. I know they have free delivery on orders above £35. You can always try it out by entering your details.
#3
Yeh, you're right I could . . . must've been in a lazy mood!

Anyway, originally I did read the information in the delivery section but it said you needed to sign up to find out how much. Then I read the FAQ and it says it in there.

Do you offer free delivery?
Standard Delivery charges (3 - 5 working days) costs £2.95; Express Delivery (next working day) costs £6.95.

In order to quality for free delivery, you must spend over £35. It is worth noting that order cut-off for all delivery services is 2pm. Orders placed after 2pm will be treated, for the purpose of delivery, as having been placed the next working day.

http://www.semichem.co.uk/t-faq.aspx


Seems like a good deal still with delivery added so I've gone for it. Thanks! :thumbsup:
#4
Poundland are doing an electric toothbrush that takes two AA batteries - so you could use rechargeables.

It comes with an extra two heads - and costs - damn - I can't remember.

Basically a cheap version of the Braun Oral B AP400 type of thing.

I would have posted it as a deal on its own - but their site currently has a virus.
#5
This deal reminds me of a story.

Years ago I made up a computer for my aunt who is in her eighties. It was quite a task as she never knew what the mouse was for when I took the computer to her - but with quite a few telephone calls - not helped by having only dial up - she caught on well enough.

She used it mainly for shopping and browsing although still writes letters by hand despite getting her a printer.

One day she decided to get a new toothbrush - to replace her failed Braun Oral B.

After looking, she called me up - advising me to never do a search on on the internet for 'oral'.
#6
ibiza
This deal reminds me of a story.

Years ago I made up a computer for my aunt who is in her eighties. It was quite a task as she never knew what the mouse was for when I took the computer to her - but with quite a few telephone calls - not helped by having only dial up - she caught on well enough.

She used it mainly for shopping and browsing although still writes letters by hand despite getting her a printer.

One day she decided to get a new toothbrush - to replace her failed Braun Oral B.

After looking, she called me up - advising me to never do a search on on the internet for 'oral'.


LOL :-D
#7
Online not working for me?
#8
futura
Online not working for me?


Works fine for me.
#9
This is £5 if you can find any left in tesco. I got 3 of these today from old kent old london and there are 2 left.
The reason these were not snap up in my local tesco is because they had it on full price on shelf label, only the other post alerted me to self scan price check these and comes up @ £5.

# The one @ £5 is sonic , so different to the above.
#10
Just for people who don't already have an electric toothbrush:

The brushes with removable batteries are much less powerful than the ones with built-in batteries. I use the removable battery toothbrush for travel only because it is nowhere near as good as my electric toothbrush with a built in battery.
#11
I got it today. Looks good and is rechargeable.

Only downside is the charger has a 2-pin plug instead of a 3-pin plug. D'oh.
#12
nadzzz
I got it today. Looks good and is rechargeable.

Only downside is the charger has a 2-pin plug instead of a 3-pin plug. D'oh.


You should be able to buy a euro 2 pin to Uk 3 pin adaptor. Our local electrical merchant (TLC) sells them for £1.43 +vat :thumbsup:
#13
Yeh it isn't too big a problem.

I think ebay is probably the best bet unless I can find one locally.
#14
A 2 pin shaver adaptor works fine.
#15
nadzzz
I got it today. Looks good and is rechargeable.

Only downside is the charger has a 2-pin plug instead of a 3-pin plug. D'oh.


That's standard for all rechargeable toothbrush that I have used. It is meant to be plugged into shaver plug IMHO.

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