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Tesco Value Tootbushes only 7p each ! £0.14

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Two toothbushes which do the job ! For 7p each you can't go wrong.

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#1
7p or 14p?
Come on you IRONS, Di Canio for manager?
#2
good find and one to remember when red cross etc are collecting for 3rd world outside your local tesco
#3
skusey
7p or 14p?
Come on you IRONS, Di Canio for manager?


i think OP means 7p each 2 in apck = 14p a pack
#4
Didn't mean to confuse. Its 14p for the pack of two. :)
#5
Not sure about Di Canio. Great player not sure about his managing credentials. Mancini would be good.
#6
I wouldn't put this rubbish in my mouth, i'd rather pay £200 for a proper toothbrush :roll:
#7
peodude
I wouldn't put this rubbish in my mouth, i'd rather pay £200 for a proper toothbrush :roll:


I was sceptical but they are OK they have small heads which get to those tricky teeth at the back. Not everyone has £200 to spend on a toothbush !
#8
Thanks OP :)
#9
dontdothatagain
Thanks OP :)


Sorry what does OP mean ?
#10
I wouldn't use these myself but they must be handy to keep for unexpected sleepovers or for cleaning something
#11
sainsburys have had theirs at this price for a while. Great for cleaning your shoes too.
#12
its a penny for every second that they last. So 7 seconds sounds about right.
#13
stevey_p7
its a penny for every second that they last. So 7 seconds sounds about right.


I have been using since I bought it on Tuesday and its still fine ! :thumbsup:
#14
Id rather get a colgate one in home and bargains for 39p, same one in boots for £1.30 ish,
#15
Im sorry but unless your using these for your dog imo your a tramp :-D
#16
I'm a rather aggressive brusher and find most toothbrushes last me about 2 weeks. I use these tesco ones and its about the same at two weeks. However the asda ones (smartprice) last about 20 seconds. Absolutely useless. So I would definitely recommend these over the asda cheapies.
#17
cheap toothbrushes like this work just fine, despite not regularly featuring in adverts promoting new amazing breakthroughs in science, like the ability to brush your tongue or having different colour brush fibres

7p to keep your teeth clean is a steal
#18
These brush your teeth as good as anything else on the market.

We managed 20 years ago, we can manage now :p
#19
Good price! (heat and rep added) :-D
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Russ2626
Good price! (heat and rep added) :-D


Thanks for the heat & rep !:thumbsup:
#21
I use similar wilkos ones, last much longer than wisdom and colgate, don't be snobs why pay the extra for pretty much the same product!!!? heat added
#22
Excellent first post, thank you.

Heat added
#23
skusey
7p or 14p?
Come on you IRONS, Di Canio for manager?

Why not or even Alf Garnett! Doesn't matter who, as long as you go down-as you would have done if Curbishley had not taken the job.

IRONS? Maybe Michael Barrymore should be your next manager
#24
[QUOTE=osiris]Why not or even Alf Garnett! Doesn't matter who, as long as you go down-as you would have done if Curbishley had not taken the job.

IRONS? Maybe Michael Barrymore should be your next manager[/QUOT

It was Carlos Tevez that kept WHU up. Don't agree that we will get relegated this year. I think the club is going places hence getting the manager right is so important.
#25
peodude
I wouldn't put this rubbish in my mouth, i'd rather pay £200 for a proper toothbrush :roll:


you could buy 32 tesco value tootbrushes and use one for each tooth.
#26
I brought my pack of 2 for 9p at Boots 2 months ago. I use them as travel toothbrushes.
#27
I buy the asda version and change it every week. I don't like the thought of the build up of bacteria on a 3 month old brush. I find them great, my dentist has never said they are detrimental to teeth - in fact I have all my teeth and only one filling in a wisdom tooth.
#28
Excellent for cleaning the alloys! :D
#29
They've been this cheap for years, so I'm not sure why it's suddenly become a bargain?

I buy them regularly for work for cleaning out swarf. I also use them occasionally as a travel toothbrush, they're complete rubbish but as an occasional disposable brush they serve their purpose.
#30
not good for your tooth. may have to spend much more to see your dentist.
#31
I bought these, at this price a couple of years ago. But as all the value ranges seem to be slowly disappearing from supermarket shelves, this is a bargain. I bought a few on my last shop.

As to quality they seem fine.
#32
I really, really don't think toothbrushes are the kind of thing you should skimp on.
#33
We use these on our dogs teeth.
#34
Ive always used store own brand cheap ones and have no fillings ooo yea!
#35
I think for 7p they are great for cleaning things with e.g Car parts, Bike bits etc!
banned#36
Nice!
#37
A small point for everyone saying they would never use cheap toothbrushes etc... I remember an article in a newspaper a while back saying that basically a toothbrush is a toothbrush, no matter how many scientific breakthroughs the manufacturer may claim to have made in its development.

It also singled out Tesco's own range of toothbrushes as great value; they are approved by the British Dental Health Association, some of the only mass market toothbrushes that actually are. Not sure if these values ones are or not (there will be a logo on the pack), but the BDHA website states "Tesco Own Toothbrushes" on their list. Interesting that there is not a single Aquafresh, Colgate or Wisdom product on the approved list.... http://www.dentalhealth.org.uk/accreditation/products.php
#38
I'm sorry but I don't understand why this has suddenly appeared on here? Are we going to start listing all value items in all supermarkets? I buy these regularly because I believe a toothbrush is a toothbrush...the more you pay there more you're getting conned. It should be more important to change your toothbrush regularly than spend a lot on one that you keep for ages...more hygienic that way!
#39
stevey_p7
its a penny for every second that they last. So 7 seconds sounds about right.


Have you used these and had problems? Please confirm as I don't want to buy them if they are no good. Thanks.
#40
They've been this price for ages and I don't see any indication of it ever going up, cheap but hardly a deal.

Like other people on here I thought they would be rubbish but I bought them for when I went away for a few days and didn't want to take my electric one. It obviously isn't great but a toothbrush is a toothbrush. It will clean your teeth properly - what else do you want?

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