Oral-B Vitality Sonic Toothbrush with Timer £11.99 with 2 brush heads @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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A brilliant toothbrush recommended to me by my dentist, i have been using it for 6 months and swear by it. Excellent price now, a lot less then i paid, Normal retail price £29.99. Comes with two brush heads which normally retail for around £10, if any one knows where to purchase brushheads for less let me know.

Product link: http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4431613.htm

Reviews here: http://reviews.argos.co.uk/1493-en_gb/4431613/reviews.htm

Excellent for people with gum problems
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#2
dam just bought two from tesco for 14.99 this weekend.
#3
They're £10.00 in Asda
#4
ordered...top post
#5
Boots currently has a special offer on the brush heads you can get a 2 pack for £9.69 or a 4 pack which should be £15.99 for £10.65.:thumbsup:
#6
Just ordered, thank you.

Heat & Rep for you!
#7
Is there much difference between this and the Vitality precision clean model?
#8
I dont know why people are posting links to brush heads, the deal is for the toothbrush AND 2 brush heads if im reading it right?

Not a very good toothbrush though, not a proper sonic brush, just a vibrator in the handle...
#9
nyrone
I dont know why people are posting links to brush heads, the deal is for the toothbrush AND 2 brush heads if im reading it right?

Not a very good toothbrush though, not a proper sonic brush, just a vibrator in the handle...


Agree
#10
I have the dual clean one which is good and better than this
#11
JackStrapp - what makes you think it comes with 2 brush heads - have you actually bought one to see the extra brush head or have you seen it described anywhere. I think you will find the comments of "includes one refill" means it the head it comes with.
I also agree that it isn't a proper sonic like for instance the Philips FLEXCARE - chalk and cheese - there again the Pililips is around 10 times the price.
I have both - the OralB is intersting and will massage your gums - the Philips has to be used to be believed - just incredible.
#13
any idea what I can do if i don't have a shaver socket?
#14
ReflexReact
any idea what I can do if i don't have a shaver socket?


buy an adaptor, I have one from Wilko or wherever then you can use in a normal plug
#15
Thanks. I guess i'll need to charge it in another room then! Anyone know how long the batteries last on these when not continuously plugged in?
#16
ReflexReact
Thanks. I guess i'll need to charge it in another room then! Anyone know how long the batteries last on these when not continuously plugged in?


they last a few weeks (2-3 weeks, maybe longer) I have had my dual clean one fro 2 years and it still holds its charge well.
#17
Great deal, voted hot! :thumbsup:
#18
So Wrong,

I purchased this from Argos 2 days ago, it does come with 2 brush heads & after the first use it felt as tho I had been to the dentist/hygenist for a polish & clean, I have heard so many good reviews from dentists/hygenists about sonic toothbrushes, at this price, this is a steal, 2 heads at Amazon cost nearly as much as this set!



scoobie
JackStrapp - what makes you think it comes with 2 brush heads - have you actually bought one to see the extra brush head or have you seen it described anywhere. I think you will find the comments of "includes one refill" means it the head it comes with.
I also agree that it isn't a proper sonic like for instance the Philips FLEXCARE - chalk and cheese - there again the Pililips is around 10 times the price.
I have both - the OralB is intersting and will massage your gums - the Philips has to be used to be believed - just incredible.
#20
anyone got any opinions on how these ones compare.....


http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4431572.htm
#21
thanks mate
#22
How often do you have to change the brush heads?
#23
dr_aj
How often do you have to change the brush heads?


think its every 3 months
#24
agreed get a proper sonic, $50 quid well worth it i can feel the difference no more scum on teeth
#25
i wud leave well alone my local shop sells em for £7 has done for 18 months or so now its simply a vibrating brush get one where the actual brush spins round
#26
I have one of these, & the charge on it is shocking. Needs charging weekly!
#27
alisonhockey34
I have one of these, & the charge on it is shocking. Needs charging weekly!


really? Mine doesnt! I have had mine for 2 years now and I only charge it once every 2 or 3 weeks
#28
nyrone
I dont know why people are posting links to brush heads, the deal is for the toothbrush AND 2 brush heads if im reading it right?

Not a very good toothbrush though, not a proper sonic brush, just a vibrator in the handle...



Responding to OP's question asking where he could get brush heads cheaply from . . .

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