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Panasonic EW-DE92-S811 Ionic Electric Toothbrush, Inc delivery £39.99 @ Shavers

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#1
Wow, excellent deal - must be a mistake?
#2
anyone got any views reviews on this does not seemed to be promoted much.any good
#5
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Found 2 of the same model on camelx3 and this is the one with the cheapest price in history. Also, found it on Amazon UK with 15 reviews (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-Vibration-EW-DE92-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B00UV8C2PW/ref=pd_sbs_194_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=0P0H7T2MVC5AJNKQD9N0) most seem pretty positive.

Edited By: towan on Mar 11, 2017 22:25
#6
Only thing that would put me off would be the availability of replacement heads - but I love my Sonicare :) Sonic toothbrushes are highly recommended :)
1 Like #7
For the people who do not know how to use a 20p manual toothbrush. Artic cold!
8 Likes #8
Magister
For the people who do not know how to use a 20p manual toothbrush. Artic cold!
If I had access to a toothbrush like this when I was a kid I would not have a mouth full of fillings.Manual tooth brushes nowhere near as good as a electric brush.
#9
Heat added. Good price. A shame the brush heads are more expensive than other brands. Still ~£30 per year isn't much of a premium for brush heads for taking good care of your teeth. Well, as long as you correctly use the item.

Edited By: thetarget on Mar 12, 2017 13:09
#10
good deal, thanks
5 Likes #11
Magister
For the people who do not know how to use a 20p manual toothbrush. Artic cold!
I see you've posted 2 deals for coffee machines. I voted them 'Arctic cold' on the basis they are for people who don't know how to roast, grind and brew coffee beans themselves
#12
At the risk of being a sonic toothbrush bore (as I've mentioned it on a few Sonicare threads!) my dentist said a few years back (when I first started on sonic brushes, my first two were Ultrasonex) - "whatever you're doing to your teeth these days, keep doing it".

I didn't even tell him I was using Ultrasonex (moved on to Sonicare after that - on my third) but I did ask him which brush he recommended (Oral B or Sonicare) and strangely, didn't seem to want to choose (maybe dentists only recommend a brand if they're selling it??). He simply said, "Both are good".

Using manual brushes, I seemed to be getting ever more fillings through the years - when I started on sonic brushes all I've ever had has heen replacements (fillings that were breaking down/wearing away over time).

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 12, 2017 19:12
#13
£7 a head is pretty expensive
#14
louiselouise
At the risk of being a sonic toothbrush bore (as I've mentioned it on a few Sonicare threads!) my dentist said a few years back (when I first started on sonic brushes, my first two were Ultrasonex) - "whatever you're doing to your teeth these days, keep doing it".
I didn't even tell him I was using Ultrasonex (moved on to Sonicare after that - on my third) but I did ask him which brush he recommended (Oral B or Sonicare) and strangely, didn't seem to want to choose (maybe dentists only recommend a brand if they're selling it??). He simply said, "Both are good".
Using manual brushes, I seemed to be getting ever more fillings through the years - when I started on sonic brushes all I've ever had has heen replacements (fillings that were breaking down/wearing away over time).
They say theirs are better: https://oralb.com/en-us/product-collections/oralb-vs-sonicare-electric-toothbrush
#15
MaximusRo
louiselouise
At the risk of being a sonic toothbrush bore (as I've mentioned it on a few Sonicare threads!) my dentist said a few years back (when I first started on sonic brushes, my first two were Ultrasonex) - "whatever you're doing to your teeth these days, keep doing it".
I didn't even tell him I was using Ultrasonex (moved on to Sonicare after that - on my third) but I did ask him which brush he recommended (Oral B or Sonicare) and strangely, didn't seem to want to choose (maybe dentists only recommend a brand if they're selling it??). He simply said, "Both are good".
Using manual brushes, I seemed to be getting ever more fillings through the years - when I started on sonic brushes all I've ever had has heen replacements (fillings that were breaking down/wearing away over time).
They say theirs are better: https://oralb.com/en-us/product-collections/oralb-vs-sonicare-electric-toothbrush
I have looked at studies comparing both - and it's a minefield. Often you find the studies are sponsored by one or the other on the quiet - I think unbiased personal experience is more telling. Don't know any Oral B users, so can't comment on the competitor.

Personally I've only ever used a rechargeable bottom of the range Oral B around 10 years ago, and it didn't improve my oral health over the year or so I had it (going by fillings/dental treatments during that period). But that's not really a fair comparison.

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 12, 2017 20:57: a
#16
I have the Braun sonic toothbrush & before that the Sonicare. There are a couple of gripes with all of them.

Battery life. All rechargeables are going to die at some point so why on earth do they not make them replaceable?

Cost of brushes can be high but the Bosch ones seem cheaper and much more plentiful, however there are reports of fakes around.
#17
This appears to be a rather spiffing offer - - *Top-hole in fact
*(Top offer - no holes in teeth!)
I've used SonicAir brushes for the last 15 years - so have ordered a couple of these - it will be interesting to compare!
#18
Thoughtful
I have the Braun sonic toothbrush & before that the Sonicare. There are a couple of gripes with all of them.
Battery life. All rechargeables are going to die at some point so why on earth do they not make them replaceable?
Cost of brushes can be high but the Bosch ones seem cheaper and much more plentiful, however there are reports of fakes around.

Fairly recently I replaced the battery in my Oral B Triumph. I followed an online video. I think it cost me about £5.50 for two rechargeable batteries. Didn't have to do any soldering either. The Oral B toothbrushes use different battery sizes depending on model. So best to measure the existing one before ordering.

Also took apart the Smart Guide to clean the contacts as the screen went faint and kept going blank. Even with new batteries it went faint or went blank. Contact parts were a bit gunged up and corroded. I cleaned them up an made the contact go to a place were there was still good metal. Again an online guide helped. Now the screen display is bolder without any issues.
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MaximusRo
louiselouise
At the risk of being a sonic toothbrush bore (as I've mentioned it on a few Sonicare threads!) my dentist said a few years back (when I first started on sonic brushes, my first two were Ultrasonex) - "whatever you're doing to your teeth these days, keep doing it".
I didn't even tell him I was using Ultrasonex (moved on to Sonicare after that - on my third) but I did ask him which brush he recommended (Oral B or Sonicare) and strangely, didn't seem to want to choose (maybe dentists only recommend a brand if they're selling it??). He simply said, "Both are good".
Using manual brushes, I seemed to be getting ever more fillings through the years - when I started on sonic brushes all I've ever had has heen replacements (fillings that were breaking down/wearing away over time).
They say theirs are better: https://oralb.com/en-us/product-collections/oralb-vs-sonicare-electric-toothbrush

Well damn, there's a surprise!
#20
thetarget
Thoughtful
I have the Braun sonic toothbrush & before that the Sonicare. There are a couple of gripes with all of them.
Battery life. All rechargeables are going to die at some point so why on earth do they not make them replaceable?
Cost of brushes can be high but the Bosch ones seem cheaper and much more plentiful, however there are reports of fakes around.
Fairly recently I replaced the battery in my Oral B Triumph. I followed an online video. I think it cost me about £5.50 for two rechargeable batteries. Didn't have to do any soldering either. The Oral B toothbrushes use different battery sizes depending on model. So best to measure the existing one before ordering.
Also took apart the Smart Guide to clean the contacts as the screen went faint and kept going blank. Even with new batteries it went faint or went blank. Contact parts were a bit gunged up and corroded. I cleaned them up an made the contact go to a place were there was still good metal. Again an online guide helped. Now the screen display is bolder without any issues.


I believe the sonic Oral B uses a 3V battery which are difficult to source. In todays supposedly 'green' eco friendly world it seems odd that manufacturers should be allowed to produce products whose life is determined by what would normally be a consumable item.
#21
Out of stock now :(
#22
Thoughtful
thetarget
Thoughtful
I have the Braun sonic toothbrush & before that the Sonicare. There are a couple of gripes with all of them.
Battery life. All rechargeables are going to die at some point so why on earth do they not make them replaceable?
Cost of brushes can be high but the Bosch ones seem cheaper and much more plentiful, however there are reports of fakes around.
Fairly recently I replaced the battery in my Oral B Triumph. I followed an online video. I think it cost me about £5.50 for two rechargeable batteries. Didn't have to do any soldering either. The Oral B toothbrushes use different battery sizes depending on model. So best to measure the existing one before ordering.
Also took apart the Smart Guide to clean the contacts as the screen went faint and kept going blank. Even with new batteries it went faint or went blank. Contact parts were a bit gunged up and corroded. I cleaned them up an made the contact go to a place were there was still good metal. Again an online guide helped. Now the screen display is bolder without any issues.
I believe the sonic Oral B uses a 3V battery which are difficult to source. In todays supposedly 'green' eco friendly world it seems odd that manufacturers should be allowed to produce products whose life is determined by what would normally be a consumable item.

I have not bought from the following eBay seller and similar batteries from other brands may be cheaper or better. It is though important to measure the existing battery as production varied with what got fitted to the toothbrush.

Oral-B Sonic Complete replacement battery example purchase

Couple of videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b79jr8IotHw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7puHGLVRlE

Edited By: thetarget on Mar 13, 2017 11:40
#23
Sorry Mine is a Pulsonic 'Smart' series which is still new enough not to have the battery problems, but I can't find any information about a battery change on that. It's the type with the LCD thing which times your brushing.
#24
Thoughtful
Sorry Mine is a Pulsonic 'Smart' series which is still new enough not to have the battery problems, but I can't find any information about a battery change on that. It's the type with the LCD thing which times your brushing.

Is this of any use: Braun Oral-B Pulsonic electric Toothbrush tear down repair stopped working

One comment states: Justin Thing1 year ago
I just took apart my toothbrush and I will clear out any doubt regarding this battery.
On the battery clearly printed out:
1.2V
700mAh
Ni-Mh

and I measured size of this flat top battery 10mm X 44mm
So, now just get on e-bay and order battery like 5/4 AAA size with flat top and solder it in! And have fun for another 4 years!!!
#25
Thoughtful
thetarget
Thoughtful
I have the Braun sonic toothbrush & before that the Sonicare. There are a couple of gripes with all of them.
Battery life. All rechargeables are going to die at some point so why on earth do they not make them replaceable?
Cost of brushes can be high but the Bosch ones seem cheaper and much more plentiful, however there are reports of fakes around.
Fairly recently I replaced the battery in my Oral B Triumph. I followed an online video. I think it cost me about £5.50 for two rechargeable batteries. Didn't have to do any soldering either. The Oral B toothbrushes use different battery sizes depending on model. So best to measure the existing one before ordering.
Also took apart the Smart Guide to clean the contacts as the screen went faint and kept going blank. Even with new batteries it went faint or went blank. Contact parts were a bit gunged up and corroded. I cleaned them up an made the contact go to a place were there was still good metal. Again an online guide helped. Now the screen display is bolder without any issues.
I believe the sonic Oral B uses a 3V battery which are difficult to source. In todays supposedly 'green' eco friendly world it seems odd that manufacturers should be allowed to produce products whose life is determined by what would normally be a consumable item.
It's obvious manufactures do not actually care about saving the planet. That's just marketing.
Otherwise you would see products that are compatible between generations and things like that.
The only reason with have a fairly universal micro-usb charger connector is because the EU imposed it.
#26
I have missed that :(

any similar deal for ultrasonic toothbrush?
#27
There was an older head variety PowerUp (Sonicare's battery range) that got rave reviews and was apparently as powerful (31,000 strokes) as the rechargeables at the time. Sonicare's current PowerUp range gets pretty bad reviews if I remember right. Powered by 2 x AAs.

It was the Xtreme Power E3000 https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Sonicare-Battery-Operated-Toothbrush/dp/B00KBJE5RO (problems with leaking, though, think using Vaseline as a "seal" may help).
One review from 2016 says: "Discontinued in favor of far inferior successor Philips has yet to replace these with a suitable and comparable performing BATTERY POWERED edition from any line of the Sonicare models before or since.
I much prefer these to even the flagship more expensive models that carry inherently less reliable power designs as they all use the same lithium ion technology that by nature degrades over time and extended use."


More reviews: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Sonicare-Xtreme-e3000-Toothbrush/dp/B000GZAH9I/ref=pd_sbs_194_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=F72MQCQ63CJ0YJJHDF1P#customerReviews (they also recommend removing the batteries after use, as they seem to constantly drain)

This comment, re Sonicare rechargeable models and the type of batteries used, is interesting (no idea if it's true): https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2WM4OGES7IV2U/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B000FED5E4

The HX3351/HX3881 were maybe later models (?) http://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/HX3351_02/sonicare-xtreme-battery-sonicare-toothbrush/reviewandawards

So it can be done. Have Philips underpowered the newer battery models on purpose (?) to make us buy more? Probably.

As the Xtreme/Simply Clean battery models are discontinued, they go for crazy prices on ebay.

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 13, 2017 21:39: a
#28
Rino125p
I have missed that :(
any similar deal for ultrasonic toothbrush?
Tesco Outlet have the same brush for £49.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-Sonic-Vibration-EW-DE92-S811-Rechargeable-Ionic-Toothbrush-White-/401288338156
If you add an eligible item, cheapest is £5, you get 10% off, making it £48.60.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sme/tesco_outlet/Extra-10-off-when-you-buy-2/so.html?_soffid=5016545604&_soffType=OrderSubTotalOffer&_sid=2048038&_sop=2
#29
I've had three sonicare brushes in a row that died before a year was up. Philips always replaced then without a problem but they are rubbish. I am using another brand next time...
#30
spatter
I've had three sonicare brushes in a row that died before a year was up. Philips always replaced then without a problem but they are rubbish. I am using another brand next time...
I'm on my 3rd Diamond clean in 18 months, battery life is terrible.

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