Philips Sonicare HX7990 (New) Universal UV Brush Head Sanitiser £9.99 @ Shavers - HotUKDeals
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Visiting my dentist this morning he suggested in buying a Toothbrush Head cleaning kit, as the amount of germs etc that live on your brush is quite scary! After a bit of searching around on the usual sites I managed to find it for £9.99 with a RRP of £40.00.

This fits Braun and Philips electric brush heads

Not sure if they they are worth £40, but for a tenner i'll give it a shot!

Hope this is of use to someone.
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#1
thats cheap...never heard of the site thought
tbh germs are everywhere anyway.....

also only 12.40 on amazon anyway
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0012NPHS4/ref=asc_df_B0012NPHS4679100?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=***************&linkCode=asn&creative=7974&creativeASIN=B0012NPHS4

ah shaversik are a seller on amazon - but more expensive as postage extra 9.99+4.81post
#2
Ooh I was looking for one of these for a while, anyone know if they really work?
Heat n rep.
#3
Anyone bought from this place before?
#4
Spriggan;8806539
Anyone bought from this place before?

if you look at the amazon link there is a seller on there with similar name...dunno if same company tho
#5
I spotted the Amazon link as well .. looks like it's the same seller but they do free postage on their own site

Lots of positive reviews from customers on their review pages
#6
Do you not think this will become another bit of unused kit, like a fondue set? Make room in the back of the cupboard.

Also, a bottle of Milton sterilising solution is less than a quid - just put a squirt of that in a cupful of water and leave overnight If it's good enough for babies bottles, it's good enough for my toothbrush.
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i used to feel those horrible little ninja bacteria attacking my teeth . here is a before and after :w00t::-D
#8
I have one of these (it came with my toothbrush-which i highly recommend btw) - have never ever used it!!
#9
mamboboy
Pointless product really. Just dip your toothbrush in boiling water for a few seconds if you're that scared of germs!


Was just about to say the same thing! Why anyone would want more clutter like this is beyond me.
#10
4.5% Quidco available on this too
#11
Visiting my dentist this morning he suggested in buying a Toothbrush Head cleaning kit

He may be paid by the manufacturer to recommend them. I'm very suspicious about the way my dentist keeps urging me to buy one particular brand of electric toothbrush.

And did you know that you're supposed to keep your toothbrush at least 6 feet away from the nearest toilet, as that's the distance airborne particles can be propelled during a flush?
#12
Hi everyone. I'm a dentist and think that the Philips Sonicare brush is fantastic and use one myself. However, I've had one of these for over a year and used it twice. I can't even remember where it is at the moment, lol.
#13
Abbielonglegs
I have one of these (it came with my toothbrush-which i highly recommend btw) - have never ever used it!!


you recommend other people to use your tooth brush??? surely that will just mean even more germs?

rep added:-D
#14
I occasionally soak mine in mouthwash... just as effective and less space required.
#15
last time I used one of these I almost died!

cold.
#16
I've not heard of any people dying from the germs on their toothbrush (unless they have an underlying problem like low/no immune system). What a pointless product.
#17
Darthchaffinch
last time I used one of these I almost died!

cold.


What did you do, stick wongle in there?
#18
Hawfinch
He may be paid by the manufacturer to recommend them. I'm very suspicious about the way my dentist keeps urging me to buy one particular brand of electric toothbrush.

And did you know that you're supposed to keep your toothbrush at least 6 feet away from the nearest toilet, as that's the distance airborne particles can be propelled during a flush?


I live in a small flat. i would have to keep the toothbrush in the bedroom or kitchen for it to be six foot away from the toilet. that is why toilets have lids it is not a spare place to sit when you are short of chairs it is to cover the toilet when you flush it to stop the spread of gearms
#19
I dom't see what the bitg fuss is about germs, they're everywhere anyway. It's our nation's obsession with killing 99.9% of germs which is leading to exponential rises in children asthma and hayfever rates. Coming back to toilet comments from earlier, it is far better to flush with the toilet seat down. Nevertheless, there are more germs in a kitchen sink than around a toilet.
#20
Hawfinch
He may be paid by the manufacturer to recommend them. I'm very suspicious about the way my dentist keeps urging me to buy one particular brand of electric toothbrush.

And did you know that you're supposed to keep your toothbrush at least 6 feet away from the nearest toilet, as that's the distance airborne particles can be propelled during a flush?


that's true. last time i mentioned it, someone accused me of scare mongering though ;)
#21
trancester
I dom't see what the bitg fuss is about germs, they're everywhere anyway. It's our nation's obsession with killing 99.9% of germs which is leading to exponential rises in children asthma and hayfever rates. Coming back to toilet comments from earlier, it is far better to flush with the toilet seat down. Nevertheless, there are more germs in a kitchen sink than around a toilet.


Bang on mate. The whole point of inoculation as Jenner discovered is that by exposing your immune system to germs you build antibodies and antigens and are thus less likely to succumb to a large dose of the germ should you encounter one. The prevalence of bacteria killing products leads to complacency in cleaning as well as a lack of exposure. Add to that the fact that most of our kids (for many reasons) no longer get their knees and hands properly grazed and the ensuing cuts full of dirt, and we end up with big rises in asthma, food allergies etc etc. Too much PlayStation3 methinks.
#22
Where would we be without germs? Not here!!!!!!
#23
Will it cure my MOOSE breath? :-D
#24
I just put my tooth brushes on the top rack of the dishwasher occasionally. Does the trick!
#25
barbiegirl
Bang on mate. The whole point of inoculation as Jenner discovered is that by exposing your immune system to germs you build antibodies and antigens and are thus less likely to succumb to a large dose of the germ should you encounter one. The prevalence of bacteria killing products leads to complacency in cleaning as well as a lack of exposure. Add to that the fact that most of our kids (for many reasons) no longer get their knees and hands properly grazed and the ensuing cuts full of dirt, and we end up with big rises in asthma, food allergies etc etc. Too much PlayStation3 methinks.


Although saying that my son recently sneezed in my mouth and gave me an abcess on my tonsils

Maybe some germs are worse than others LMAO
#26
I think these are specifically meant for the sonicare range as they are particularly difficult to clean and if you don't clean them regularly it can be a bit scarey when you remove the brush from the base:oops:
#27
If you open it up before switching it on it doubles as a mini sun lamp
#28
defard
Although saying that my son recently sneezed in my mouth and gave me an abcess on my tonsils

Maybe some germs are worse than others LMAO


Correlation does not imply causation
#29
Darthchaffinch;8810131
last time I used one of these I almost died!

cold.

eh....what did you do eat it?

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