Sonic Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush - B-091 - now £9.99 @ Big Offers (Free del on a £20 spend) - HotUKDeals
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Sonic Rechargeable Toothbrush uses advanced sonic technology to drive patented criss-cross bristles. Vitality Sonic reduces plaque effectively and removes stains for whiter teeth.

30,000 movements per minute
Manual style brush head
Gently stimulates gums
Longer power tip bristles reach difficult areas Sustained rechargeable cleaning power. A full charge lasts 5 days.
Ergonomic handle and rubberised grip
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[mod] 6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Think carefully before buying a sonic - they have non-oscillating brush heads that:

a) dont give as good a clean
b) are more expensive and more difficult to purchase

Good price though, but would personally go for a different brush.
#2
my dentist recommended I should change and I wouldnt go back to a normal electric toothbrush now. Feels much cleaner to me
#3
Finlab
my dentist recommended I should change and I wouldnt go back to a normal electric toothbrush now. Feels much cleaner to me


Funnily enough, mine recommended the opposite! :thumbsup:
#4
These are sonic tooth brushes, different than electric, the first commenter mentiones the heads do not ossilate, they are not suppossed to.

I've tried normal electric toothbrushes and also sonic and I would choose sonic every time, I have had this set for just over a year, the only issue ive had is not the charge is only lasting about 3-4 days before they need a charge, but thats not a major problem.
#5
gizmo_gadgets
These are sonic tooth brushes, different than electric, the first commenter mentiones the heads do not ossilate, they are not suppossed to.


I do realise they arent meant to oscillate.

I'm simply mentioning that in my experience, the sonic doesnt clean as well as an oscillating electric toothbrush.

Perhaps I just had a bad experience, but there you go.
#6
I've had one of these for years well made and clean ok

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