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NJ: Dental freaks get in here (electric toothbrush thread)

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
Misk,

NJ needs some dental advice....what electric toothbrush to get.

There seems to be a huge range to choose from in terms of brushes and manufacturers.

personal experiences on what toothbrushes people use? I have been swaying towards a philips sonicare brush but again there is a range of brushes and ones that are over 100 quid not spending that much.

please help me misk.

BFN,

fp

NJ



inb4 dont waste your money on electric just use a manual one.
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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#1
boots tend to have lots of offers on these, some will recommend sonicare others will recommend braun, ide just decide on one and go for the cheapest you can find, picked up my sonicare for about £30 a year ago, wouldnt go back to a manual
banned#2
I have the expensive one with the wireless clock thing. great toothbrush but pointless clock thing.
#3
How much are you looking to pay?

My hubs got a new one at weekend from Boots as it was on offer:

http://www.boots.com/en/Oral-B-Braun-Professional-Care-4000-Electric-Toothbrush_952995/

He reviewed it before buying and the write ups were spot on.
suspended#4
Do you find it that hard to move your hand in a side to side motion? :p
#5
emmalampkin
How much are you looking to pay?

My hubs got a new one at weekend from Boots as it was on offer:

http://www.boots.com/en/Oral-B-Braun-Professional-Care-4000-Electric-Toothbrush_952995/

He reviewed it before buying and the write ups were spot on.


was thinking about 50ish and would like some spare heads also...66 quid and has 3 heads and half price hmm thats not too bad.
#6
jonny619447
Do you find it that hard to move your hand in a side to side motion? :p


haha ;)
#7
and sonicare brush heads are alot more than braun, unless you happen across a bargain
#8
Ive got the Braun one, precision clean.. it works pretty well for me. Ive never had one of the more expensive ones, only the £15 brushes (the ones that are never their full RRP at £30!) Ive considered the more expensive types but Im not quite sure what the point is (for me, anyway).
Its the second one Ive had, the first wasn't holding its charge anymore but Id had it for years. The first was a dual clean too, but the brush heads were too big for my mouth.. (make of that what you will! :p) the precision clean does live up to its name and seems to leave my teeth cleaner! They also come with a timer built in now.
I wouldnt go back a manual.. Ive had to once (when I ran out of spare brush heads), and I hated it!
Oh, and I always buy the heads off ebay.. 4 for about £3-£4 :)
#9
Code aswell for 10% off, but you have to spend £75, so if anything else you wanted, maybe extra brush heads?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/10-discount-75-spend-with-voucher-boots/949867
#10
I have Oral B Pro Care 2000. Pretty good.
Don't think id go back to a manual.
banned#11
If you care about your teeth in any way you'd never use a manual toothbrush!
banned#12
Wow... genuinely this was something I was going to post about. Some are half price in sainsburys.

I used to use the powered oral b normal toothbrush ones, but the batteries run out super quick. will watch this thread with interest!!
#13
Nikki999
Ive got the Braun one, precision clean.. it works pretty well for me. Ive never had one of the more expensive ones, only the £15 brushes (the ones that are never their full RRP at £30!) Ive considered the more expensive types but Im not quite sure what the point is (for me, anyway).
Its the second one Ive had, the first wasn't holding its charge anymore but Id had it for years. The first was a dual clean too, but the brush heads were too big for my mouth.. (make of that what you will! :p) the precision clean does live up to its name and seems to leave my teeth cleaner! They also come with a timer built in now.
I wouldnt go back a manual.. Ive had to once (when I ran out of spare brush heads), and I hated it!
Oh, and I always buy the heads off ebay.. 4 for about £3-£4 :)


interesting! thanks :)

is this the one? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Oral-B-Vitality-Precision-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B003U9V7SC/ref=sr_1_2?s=drugstore&ie=UTF8&qid=1307361257&sr=1-2


vibeone
Wow... genuinely this was something I was going to post about. Some are half price in sainsburys.

I used to use the powered oral b normal toothbrush ones, but the batteries run out super quick. will watch this thread with interest!!


on the same wavelength brah :p


Edited By: numptyj on Jun 06, 2011 12:56
banned#14
Nikki999
Ive got the Braun one, precision clean.. it works pretty well for me. Ive never had one of the more expensive ones, only the £15 brushes (the ones that are never their full RRP at £30!) Ive considered the more expensive types but Im not quite sure what the point is (for me, anyway).
Its the second one Ive had, the first wasn't holding its charge anymore but Id had it for years. The first was a dual clean too, but the brush heads were too big for my mouth.. (make of that what you will! :p) the precision clean does live up to its name and seems to leave my teeth cleaner! They also come with a timer built in now.
I wouldnt go back a manual.. Ive had to once (when I ran out of spare brush heads), and I hated it!
Oh, and I always buy the heads off ebay.. 4 for about £3-£4 :)


*Crosses Nikki off 'the list'
banned#15
I don't really understand the difference between say... the oral b 1000 at about £15, and the 4000 at £60.... what is better about about the £60 one?
#16
master_chief
If you care about your teeth in any way you'd never use a manual toothbrush!


what do you use brah?
banned#17
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banned#19

You're not supposed to be useful.
banned#21
I might go with the ProfessionalCare 3000 NJ..... you can borrow it if you like?
#23
Ive just bought the 500 from amazon. **** it lol...plus a 2 pin adaptor from ebay

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