8 oral b compatible floss action replacement heads on amazon - £4.49 (one-time purchase) or £4.27 (S&S). Add £3.99 postage non-Prime
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8 oral b compatible floss action replacement heads on amazon - £4.49 (one-time purchase) or £4.27 (S&S). Add £3.99 postage non-Prime

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Found 27th Jan
As title, not seen floss action heads as cheap for a while, especially with prime delivery.
even cheaper is yunsunscribe and save @ £4.27 for the 8
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You take a chance when ordering 'copies' of Oral B heads. I've had different kinds over the years and have experienced the heads pinching the inside of my cheeks or loose bristles. I came to the conclusion I'd be better sticking to the originals. Like everyone else I like to save money but I'm loathe to take a chance with something that's going in my mouth.
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S&s £3.82 for me. Hot!
Looks a very good deal. Thanks op

Just wondering if anyone else has any feedback how these compare to the originals?
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cjparsons264 m ago

Looks a very good deal. Thanks opJust wondering if anyone else has any …Looks a very good deal. Thanks opJust wondering if anyone else has any feedback how these compare to the originals?


I’ve used compatible heads since getting the toothbrush, never had an issue with any I’ve bought previously. Let’s hoping these are the same, and if not and they only last a few weeks each, still works out a damn site cheaper than originals
cjparsons2635 m ago

Looks a very good deal. Thanks opJust wondering if anyone else has any …Looks a very good deal. Thanks opJust wondering if anyone else has any feedback how these compare to the originals?


You have to be very careful, some fall apart as you use them, or worse when they are bought from a company that well may not have the quality checks on its materials you would want before putting it in your mouth.

Does make me laugh though people pay £20 plus for a toothbrush but then worry about the price of heads. How much do you pay for a normal good quality toothbrush, £1, £1.50, £2 or more you can buy real ones for that price on offer most times but hey spend £20 plus on a toothbrush and then put inferior heads on it which could do your help the power of good.
You take a chance when ordering 'copies' of Oral B heads. I've had different kinds over the years and have experienced the heads pinching the inside of my cheeks or loose bristles. I came to the conclusion I'd be better sticking to the originals. Like everyone else I like to save money but I'm loathe to take a chance with something that's going in my mouth.
I use compatible heads and have only had one duff one - others have been fine and work the same as the overly expensive originals. I bet they are all made in China anyway so definitely worth giving these a go.
I bought a 12 pack of compatible heads because they were cheap. My fiance and I used one each for about 2 nights and the squeaking on our teeth was unbareable! We threw the entire pack in the bin and vowed never to do it again!
I have tried "copies" before. Most have not lasted very well, but added to this they are not always an accurate fit. I have tested them by switching the copy to the original and switching the toothbrush on. Often you can tell immediately by how hard the motor is running on the copies. This clearly drains the battery quicker but also most likely killing the motor. As commented above, I'd rather stick with originals. They do last, and usually found on offer somewhere.
Just my opinion of course, hopefully folk buying these will not witness the same issues.
Had some copies before some were good, others were bad, caught your lip as you were brushing because it didn't fit as good as the original ones. Was pot luck for me.
mizfiesta1 h, 31 m ago

You take a chance when ordering 'copies' of Oral B heads. I've had …You take a chance when ordering 'copies' of Oral B heads. I've had different kinds over the years and have experienced the heads pinching the inside of my cheeks or loose bristles. I came to the conclusion I'd be better sticking to the originals. Like everyone else I like to save money but I'm loathe to take a chance with something that's going in my mouth.


Ditto
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I tried the normal compatible heads and experienced a couple of the issues stated above, and always used originals, changed to floss action heads a good few years ago on the advice of my dentist and thought I’d try compatibles as the original price are ridiculous, never had an issue with those.
Cheers for the comments folks...never used them myself but just wondered. Much appreciated.
Great many thanks op. Nice orice
I've had compatabiles break apart in my mouth before, so I would not trust them again.
vabsaab2 h, 18 m ago

I use compatible heads and have only had one duff one - others have been …I use compatible heads and have only had one duff one - others have been fine and work the same as the overly expensive originals. I bet they are all made in China anyway so definitely worth giving these a go.


I just checked, my Oral B genuine brushes are made in Germany. Personally I'd not risk using these as the plastics used is of unknown origin and some have troubles falling apart when in use. Sure some Chinese products are excellent and safe and some are terrible (toys containing lead paint for example!) I don't want to risk my already worn out teeth with something unknown. Toothbrushes and toilet paper are two things I never go cheap on
Edited by: "spannerzone" 27th Jan
a brush head lasts 2-3 months so it's hardly a massive expense to buy original
My missus won't touch them. Very funny about what she puts in her mouth. Shame
I ordered these as I use charcoal toothpaste so this are idea ad saves me using my original heads from Braun
yespleasesir4 h, 22 m ago

My missus won't touch them. Very funny about what she puts in her mouth. …My missus won't touch them. Very funny about what she puts in her mouth. Shame


Great if you want to choke and die on a brush head whilst brushing your teeth. The heads drop after a month or so. Do not give to children under any circumstances
rochester27th Jan

I ordered these as I use charcoal toothpaste so this are idea ad saves me …I ordered these as I use charcoal toothpaste so this are idea ad saves me using my original heads from Braun


Wtf?
Originals are 2 quid a pop if you get the larger packs and last a few months so I'd want some reassurance on the quality of these.
I've just bought a non brand sonic brush and no idea where I'm gonna get new heads from when the ones it came with are done :\
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jumpinoffthbed5 h, 4 m ago

Originals are 2 quid a pop if you get the larger packs and last a few …Originals are 2 quid a pop if you get the larger packs and last a few months so I'd want some reassurance on the quality of these.I've just bought a non brand sonic brush and no idea where I'm gonna get new heads from when the ones it came with are done :\


For floss action heads?? Where you getting those from
rporteo7 h, 38 m ago

For floss action heads?? Where you getting those from



One example. I see them at that price at least once a year and pick up a pack or 2. If I was gonna get copies of prob go for These, very cheap and FDA approved materials.
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