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4, 8, 12 or 16 pack of Oral-B-Compatible toothbrush head - Standard, dual action or floss action - Groupon from £1.98 + £1.99 delivery
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4, 8, 12 or 16 pack of Oral-B-Compatible toothbrush head - Standard, dual action or floss action - Groupon from £1.98 + £1.99 delivery

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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Will post a photo of the item when it arrives. Compatible might just mean won't work with other models!! Doubters please wait...

Normally very expensive. P&p is £1.99.

4pk in all three types for just £1.98, 8pk is £3.98, 12pk is £4.98,16pk is £6.98.

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Literally picked up an official 8 pack of these on amazon for £6 the other day. Cold from me as I think these will be rubbish quality, as with most things on Groupon.
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I bought fake ones on amazon recently. Great reviews but were rubbish. Too soft and the head didnt turn with the smallest amount of pressure. Be aware
matthew188801/12/2019 08:13

I bought fake ones on amazon recently. Great reviews but were rubbish. Too …I bought fake ones on amazon recently. Great reviews but were rubbish. Too soft and the head didnt turn with the smallest amount of pressure. Be aware


I've bought some, will comment on the delivery time and quality. Decent until proven otherwise.
Literally picked up an official 8 pack of these on amazon for £6 the other day. Cold from me as I think these will be rubbish quality, as with most things on Groupon.
norwichjase01/12/2019 08:17

Literally picked up an official 8 pack of these on amazon for £6 the other …Literally picked up an official 8 pack of these on amazon for £6 the other day. Cold from me as I think these will be rubbish quality, as with most things on Groupon.


I hate to agree as I think the official ones are too expensive but that was my experience
matthew188801/12/2019 08:19

I hate to agree as I think the official ones are too expensive but that …I hate to agree as I think the official ones are too expensive but that was my experience


I definitely agree the official ones are too expensive, but I generally find cheap “fake” ones are very poor quality. A bit of a false economy really, they deteriorate quicker thus you end up buying more in the long run.
Add me to the list that rate compatible heads as waste of money. Bought few different sets. All stopped spinning after a few uses,never had it happen on genuine item. They also snag on the side of your mouth which isn't pleasant. The genuine items are a rip off but at least they work and don't hurt you!
Beware of the 'compatible' heads being sold at bargain prices! I bought an 8 pack earlier this year, and two of them snapped the small metal driving pin, while in my mouth. I would rather pay a couple of pounds more, for a safe product.
norwichjase01/12/2019 08:17

Literally picked up an official 8 pack of these on amazon for £6 the other …Literally picked up an official 8 pack of these on amazon for £6 the other day. Cold from me as I think these will be rubbish quality, as with most things on Groupon.


Link for the haters please.
Dont bother, the heads break so quickly its a false economy.
Do not do it! The brush heads are "compatible" but nowhere near comparable. I found out the hard way when I went to the dentists and they told me that my enamel was damaged and they had to put in surface fillings. Turned out the brush head material was too hard and it was basically shaving up the protective layer of my teeth.
matthew188801/12/2019 08:19

I hate to agree as I think the official ones are too expensive but that …I hate to agree as I think the official ones are too expensive but that was my experience


Most people will pay £2 or more for a toothbrush but then get a oral b one and moan about the prices of heads you can always find them on offer somewhere around the same price as a you would pay for a brush. And you know the real ones are safe to put in your mouth and not fall apart of made by some company that you don’t know where it is getting the parts from.
Aren't they all made in China?
eslick01/12/2019 09:46

Most people will pay £2 or more for a toothbrush but then get a oral b one …Most people will pay £2 or more for a toothbrush but then get a oral b one and moan about the prices of heads you can always find them on offer somewhere around the same price as a you would pay for a brush. And you know the real ones are safe to put in your mouth and not fall apart of made by some company that you don’t know where it is getting the parts from.


I think most people will be like me and pay £1.00, for 4 toothbrushes with supermarket branding, so getting 8 quality brushes for £2. There is more engineering in the Oral B brush heads, so they cost more to produce, but these brushes are advertised in numerous shops at £5 per head, or more, which is at least 20 times more than a supermarket branded brush of good quality. I know the Oral B brush heads are often cheaper during special offers, but this is admitting that they are not selling well in the first place, probably because they are overpriced. The RRP for the Oral B Brush heads should be £2.50, then less people would be searching for, and buying 'compatible' heads.
Edited by: "giltbrook" 1st Dec 2019
Cold from me too uve boughy fake ones before and they fell apart
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