Ultrasonex Toothbrush - £1.99 instore at Superdrug - Currently £115.00 online at Littlewoods! - HotUKDeals
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Picked up the Ultrasonex Toothbrush Total Oral Care System 11124 for just £1.99 in Superdrug today - Still £115.00 at Littlewoods.
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1 Like #1
WoW thats incredible!!!! H/R for you, good find
#2
thats a bargain!!!
#3
prob a one off mistake though! Not voting either way as I am sure its not meant to be that price
#4
was this the standard price or was it on special offer?
#5
WOW now that is a hot hot hot deal - well done !
#6
im going to check in my local superdrug tomorrow morning. if they are £1.99 i'll be sure to get enough for the entire family!
#7
My daughter has been picking up a whole load of cheap goodies from suprerdrug this past week or two - e.g. stainless steel 'swiss-army' type tool with built in led torch for 99p.

Perhaps it's stock clearout time - if so it's probably worth the occasional visit to your local store...
#8
been removed from site by the looks of things, at least the link doesnt take you directly to the product and when i searched "Ultrasonex Toothbrush" i couldnt find the tooth brush.
#9
£1.99 is a lot for a toothbrush for me.!!
#10
andyfisher100
been removed from site by the looks of things, at least the link doesnt take you directly to the product and when i searched "Ultrasonex Toothbrush" i couldnt find the tooth brush.

Shouldn't you be watching the footie ?:)
banned#11
What ***** brain is going to pay £115 for this, it's a toothbrush!
Probably worth £20 tops, still a good deal for £2 though!
#12
Which store/branch did you get it from?
#13
its good for the price, i have one but stopped just over a year ago.. problem is the heads are quite big and i can't reach the back of my mouth with it... had to go back to braun due to the smaller heads..... But the price, build quality, battery life, design of brush are good... oh yeh the size of the brush might be difficult to load into a smaller toiletry bag as its pretty long....
banned#14
friend of mine works in boots and she said she thinks this could be because they no longer make replacement brushes for them... she is going to ask at work tomorrow
if that is the case then £1.99 is about right for a good normal toothbrush
#15
wifey
friend of mine works in boots and she said she thinks this could be because they no longer make replacement brushes for them... she is going to ask at work tomorrow
if that is the case then £1.99 is about right for a good normal toothbrush


Replacement heads are available from Amazon.
#16
twe
its good for the price, i have one but stopped just over a year ago.. problem is the heads are quite big and i can't reach the back of my mouth with it... had to go back to braun due to the smaller heads..... But the price, build quality, battery life, design of brush are good... oh yeh the size of the brush might be difficult to load into a smaller toiletry bag as its pretty long....


I'd second that. Really liked it but couldn't get it round the back of my wisdom teeth!

Took mine back to Boots and got a refund (30 days or your money back offer).

Would get another at this price though.
#17
This was in the Plymouth Store - New George Street, they had a huge basket of them I'd say at least 50 in stock at 4pm today :)
#18
Can't find it online?! could you send us the link please.
#19
Plymouth!? The corner of the England? Does anyone live there? :s
#21
The answer to xmas:gift: everyone cleans teeth,if they have any:whistling:
voted hot:thumbsup:
#22
My partner & I have these - they work very well. Woolies were selling them for £30 a while back, but at £1.99! That really is a crazy price!
#23
bulkomuff
What ***** brain is going to pay £115 for this, it's a toothbrush!
Probably worth £20 tops, still a good deal for £2 though!


I paid £60 for my oral triumph one, I tend to get bored of brushing before the 2mins, and toothpaste doesnt work properly if you finish brushing in under a min. I can understand some things are a waste of dosh but if its benificial for health and you can afford it then i dont see why not. :)
#24
Going to try the manchester superdrug in a bit, Hopefully its not just in plymouth, I shall report back! lol
banned#25
This voting drives me mad!

How can an unconfirmed deal be so hot?

Great toothbrush though (mine cost £49.99 2 years ago and works wonderfully). heads are on ebay all the time.

For the person who said no toothbrush should cost more than £20, they obviously have never used a proper sonic one. The difference between a sonic and a cheapo electric one is like night & day.
#26
csiman
For the person who said no toothbrush should cost more than £20, they obviously have never used a proper sonic one. The difference between a sonic and a cheapo electric one is like night & day.


I've tried both and can't really tell the difference! Then again I wouldn't as I'd rather spend the money on something fun :whistling: still can't justify my £90 GHDs :x my £20 ones were better lol
banned#27
krato;3097221
I've tried both and can't really tell the difference! Then again I wouldn't as I'd rather spend the money on something fun :whistling: still can't justify my £90 GHDs :x my £20 ones were better lol

The diiference is in the long term, not just trying them.

ghd's? :?
banned#28
Spec of toothbrush. Cheap ones do about 2000 strokes per minute.

[FONT=Arial] Ultrasonex Single Oral Care System features:[/FONT]





[FONT=Arial] [LIST]
[*]Optimum 18,000 strokes per minute for maximum performance with Ultrasound
[*]Sensitive 9,000 strokes per minute with Ultrasound
[*]Pacer function- the timer turns the brush off every 30 seconds as a reminder to change brush position
[*]Light weight and easy grip handle
[*]Nickel metal hydride battery (no memory effect)
[*]Charge Indicator[/LIST][/FONT]
#29
csiman
Spec of toothbrush. Cheap ones do about 2000 strokes per minute.

[FONT=Arial] Ultrasonex Single Oral Care System features:[/FONT]





[FONT=Arial] [LIST]
[*]Optimum 18,000 strokes per minute for maximum performance with Ultrasound
[*]Sensitive 9,000 strokes per minute with Ultrasound
[*]Pacer function- the timer turns the brush off every 30 seconds as a reminder to change brush position
[*]Light weight and easy grip handle
[*]Nickel metal hydride battery (no memory effect)
[*]Charge Indicator[/LIST][/FONT]


I'm not saying there not better! I'm just saying I never really noticed the difference that it makes, and Iv tried both for quite a long time. At the end of the day as long as you clean your teeth with something its going to do the job! They only vibrate, its not as though they're some super cool technology thing, so littlewoods selling them for £115 on the price is a bit hectic.. though at £1.99 its a steal ;-)
#30
csiman
The diiference is in the long term, not just trying them.

ghd's? :?


The Gucci of hair straightern-ers.. To be fair though, it does work better than the others.. I've bought 3 diff branded ones for my other half before and they wernt as good as GHD's.. Is it worth £100 on the other hand for 2 pieces of ceramic and simple circuitry........................:thinking:

Back on topic... yes get the toothbrush if its ava.! However I've heard that it is unconfirmed (scientifically) that actually sonic toothbrushes are benifical for your teeth... just something to read into if your bothered enough of that £1.99 :thumbsup:
#31
They could make your teeth fall out with all that vibrating! lol
#32
krato;3097300
They could make your teeth fall out with all that vibrating! lol


or give you a nice start of the day :whistling:
#33
kemot1984;3097432
or give you a nice start of the day :whistling:


:roll: hopefully you wouldn't be using it for what its intended after your nice start of the day? lol
#34
none in Oxford, btw
#35
krato
Going to try the manchester superdrug in a bit, Hopefully its not just in plymouth, I shall report back! lol


any luck in manchester?
#36
uungy;3097505
any luck in manchester?


Not tried yet! Having a lazy day, asked my friend to check when he goes uni in about... an hour! Will let you know =]
#37
unbelievable. No one has managed to find one so it's a mega cold deal if true at all and it's 586 hot. Voted cold.
#38
Just been to Chesham, nothing there! Will pop up to Amersham at lunchtime and see but looks quite suspicious to me.
#39
someone please expire this
banned#40
krato;3097281
I'm not saying there not better! I'm just saying I never really noticed the difference that it makes, and Iv tried both for quite a long time. At the end of the day as long as you clean your teeth with something its going to do the job! They only vibrate, its not as though they're some super cool technology thing, so littlewoods selling them for £115 on the price is a bit hectic.. though at £1.99 its a steal ;-)

actually, proper SONIC toothbrushes are more reliant on the ultrasonic wave than the vibrations on your teeth. Apparently the ultrasonic wave kills any bacteria the brush cannot get to.

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