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Best electronic toothbrush?

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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
Hello,


Anyone ever tried those electric toothbrushes? If so, which ones do you use? I've heard the Sonicare range is pretty good.


Edit: Could a MOD change title to ' http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=535890 Best electric toothbrush? '
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Sonicare is the best you can get.

But i've got a Sonic plakaway off bid.tv.

Got it last year, 2 for £24 (including p+p!, Had been looking for the best price for awhile!)

Wouldn't go back to a manual unless there was a power cut for more than 2 weeks! (lol!)
#3
I use Oral B Vitality

Is a really good toothbrush and has done a lot of good for my teeth
#4


Sorry for the late reply, Yes, Those are the ones.

(except i got Grey and green.)
#5
might be too late for you, but the best 2 electric brushes are the

philips sonicare e9500 (sonic)

and the

oral b triumph 9500 (oscillating and pulsating)

Oral B supposedly cleans teeth better, whilst sonicare supposedly cleans below the gums better. But hard to believe anything they say.
#6
heard good things about sonicare but i'll stick with the old fashioned way

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