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Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush - £20.73 (was £49.99) @ Amazon!
Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush - £20.73 (was £49.99) @ Amazon!

Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush - £20.73 (was £49.99) @ Amazon!

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Just bought this now. Hardly any difference between this and the next model (8900) - same speed, etc which is around £42 (from £90) on Amazon...so surely a bargain!

* Professional timer
* Pressure sensor
* Outstanding plaque removal
* 1 Brush modes: Clean
* Speed: Pulsations / minute 40,000
* Speed: Side-to-side movements / minute 8,800
* Charge indicator (full/low)
* 2 years guarantee commencing on the date of purchase
* 2 Pin plug adapter needed

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This was posted at £24.99 before. Great deal, tempted

Similar price in Sainsbury's as they have been running a 50% off offer since christmas and was still valid when I was instore last Friday.

NIce one

Got this at half price before in Boots just before Christmas, great brush. My hygienist recommended this above all other models.

Blast!! Ordered It Two Days Ago At 24.99 Anyone Know If I Can Ask For A Refund And Then Reorder At Cheaper Price???

WRIGPA;4605482

Blast!! Ordered It Two Days Ago At 24.99 Anyone Know If I Can Ask For A … Blast!! Ordered It Two Days Ago At 24.99 Anyone Know If I Can Ask For A Refund And Then Reorder At Cheaper Price???



Not any more unfortunately - amazon changed their price-drop refund policy a while ago. From the top of my head it now has to be a price difference of £10 and you only have 7 days from purchase date in which the price has dropped to place a refund request. Boo Amazon - i used to use this quite a bit.

The Sainsburies one is an Oral B 8500, I'm assuming a later model.

crunchybiscuits;4605390

Got this at half price before in Boots just before Christmas, great … Got this at half price before in Boots just before Christmas, great brush. My hygienist recommended this above all other models.



Is that a good old fashioned dentist

Hi,

Where's the best place to get replacement heads?

How often do they need changing?

Ta very much

adam787_1;4605628

The Sainsburies one is an Oral B 8500, I'm assuming a later model.



That one is more expensive if I'm not mistaken. They sell the 8000 too.

just ordered one. seems a good deal to me. thanks to op.

Hi, best place I've found so far is Bodycare, worked out at around £7.40 for four heads. Or when they're on offer at Supermarkets.

mamboboy;4606113

the 8500 model £34.24 on the sainsbury's website. the 8000 is 20.79. both … the 8500 model £34.24 on the sainsbury's website. the 8000 is 20.79. both with 50% off.i assume the prices online are the same instore - if not they'd be an 'online special'. anyways, they are basically the same apart from the 8500 having different 'modes', which are pointless IMO.



I'm sure the 8500 was £20.79 in Sainsburies when I went in at the weekend.

Have this.. dont know anything about other modeles etc.. paid about 25 quid 50% off from Tescos about 6 months ago..

Better than scrubbing

Thank you OP! Ordered 2 :thumbsup:

I've just dug out my old oral b 7000 and found out it doesn't even charge any more. It has been sat in a box for about 6 months tho.

Might have to get one of these.

**edit** turns out the fuse was gone in the adapter i was using
Good price anyway, I paid £28.32 from boots over 2 years ago, 1/3 off

I'm unsure, I might get this or the version for £42.14; it has 3 modes, spare heads and the cleany thingys:

amazon.co.uk/Bra…d_5

Edit: just bought this

Thank you. I highly recomment you buy the Braun Oral-B EB18-2 [COLOR="Red"]ProBrigh[/COLOR]t Heads. You get them with the £40 pound modle. They make your teeth shine bigggg time. £6.50 for two.

Lost Symphonies;4606851

I'm unsure, I might get this or the version for £42.14; it has 3 modes, … I'm unsure, I might get this or the version for £42.14; it has 3 modes, spare heads and the cleany thingys:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Oral-B-Professional-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B0011NNP5W/ref=pd_sim_d_5Edit: just bought this



Yeah I was going too myself till I found I could just buy the ProBright Heads for it on them own, for £6.50 for two.

lol that doesn't make sense... i'm tirred.

Can I charge it straight from the mains or will I need to get that adapter?

Got the 8000 model from Sainsburys on Friday for £20-odd. You can instantly feel the improvement in cleaning over a "manual" toothbrush. It's good value if you just want the same basic cleaning function of the the more expensive models, ie. 40K pulses and 8.8k side to side. Two year warranty and you get 2 heads with it. If you're looking for VFM, this is the one to get in my opinion.

One thing mind, it's a bit noisey. It must be a trait of these type of "mechanical" brushes, but I guess that's ok if it's doing a good job.

JIM1973ANDREWS;4605882

Hi,Where's the best place to get replacement heads?How often do they need … Hi,Where's the best place to get replacement heads?How often do they need changing?Ta very much



Amazon has some good offers now and again.
Also the well known auction site can be good.
Brushheads have indicators when they need changing

Bought the 8000 from Argos last year for £24.99.
Noticed an immediate improvement over my old Braun model.
Register it online and you end up getting a 3 year warranty
Voted Hot

hot. i bought it at £25 which is what i posted

[COLOR="Magenta"]Got one thanks. Does everyone know that you need the two pin adaptor thingy with this as well? It's only £1.49 though and is listed alongside.[/COLOR]

mamboboy;4606113

the 8500 model £34.24 on the sainsbury's website. the 8000 is 20.79. both … the 8500 model £34.24 on the sainsbury's website. the 8000 is 20.79. both with 50% off.i assume the prices online are the same instore - if not they'd be an 'online special'. anyways, they are basically the same apart from the 8500 having different 'modes', which are pointless IMO.



Not true.

The 8500 has a better battery, lasting twice as long between charges, plus a larger base (has storage for spare heads). £34 seems the standard sale price for the 8500, with Superdrug offering the same deal and although most stores seem to be oos, it is the same online.

Agree re. 3 modes being pointless btw. Who will ever bother?

"* Professional timer"

Cor - makes all the difference. Wouldn't want a mere amteur timer would we?

stamfordblue;4607828

Also the well known auction site can be good.

Be very careful - there are a lot of fakes around, which work for a week then break.

stamfordblue;4607828

Brushheads have indicators when they need changing

Brushheads have indicators to keep the company in clover you mean. :thumbsup:

Take a look on ebay for replacement heads, I bought a pack of 12 two years ago for 9.14 or 76 pence each. They seem to be genuine braun heads.

I actually bought an 8900 over the weekend - previously have used Sonicare - and think it does a better job than the Soni. I got Currys to price match Argos over their stupidly priced £89.99! and you should have seen their faces :-D Worked out at £39.39 which slightly undercut the Amazon price.

Just ordered one of these 8000 models for my son - great bargain - same as the others only has a single 'clean' mode [which is what most people will use anyway] The 8500 has two modes - 'clean' and 'sensitive' - and the 8900 three modes - to include a 'polish' one.

Also ordered more brusheads from Amazon [who I found cheapest] a 4 pack of the flossing type for £10.43. amazon.co.uk/Ora…1-1

As someone else said, it is reasonably noisy compared to the Sonicare gentle hum - I would describe it as 'agriculture'

A charge [on the 8900] is stated as lasting 2 weeks and the brusheads 3 months on average, or as already mentioned have blue 'indicator' bristles which fade halfway to the replacing stage.

Also, if you register online for the extra year's warranty [3 in all] you can also set up an email reminder for the 3 monthly period.

H&R added for the OP :thumbsup:

rabb5it;4608957

Take a look on ebay for replacement heads, I bought a pack of 12 two … Take a look on ebay for replacement heads, I bought a pack of 12 two years ago for 9.14 or 76 pence each. They seem to be genuine braun heads.

You were lucky. If you had been unlucky then you'd have got the ones I bought which were of an inherently bad design and all broke within a week.

So you can't recommend eBay unless you tell us who the seller is - and I don't think you're allowed to do that on here.

Good deal for a great product. Just to confirm the Sainsbury in store prices for the 8000 and 8500 are as per their online prices ie £20.79 and £34.24 respectively. Finally cashed in on my £2.50 HUKD Amazon voucher! H&R for you OP.

I've been using this one for a few months, no way does it get anywhere near 2 weeks charge, more like 4-5 days. And the Charge indicator isn't a bar that moves up or down depending on its charge, all it does is flash red and beep at you constantly for about a minute, moaning at you to recharge it.

The "Professional timer" is quite handy, the toothbrush will stop rotating for about two seconds every 30 seconds to tell you to move onto the next section of your mouth. At first I didn't like a toothbrush ordering me what to do, I quite like it now though.

Thanks for this, bought one today

thanks going to buy one today.. from Sainsburys too using my nectar points. Can someone tell me if I need a shaver plug to charge this?? I don't have one.

markome;4606281

Hi, best place I've found so far is Bodycare, worked out at around £7.40 … Hi, best place I've found so far is Bodycare, worked out at around £7.40 for four heads. Or when they're on offer at Supermarkets.



I used to find them in Home Bargains every now and then and they were 1.50 for 2. They're really rare to find now though. Used up my 2 year of stock!

quackstar84;4606971

Thank you. I highly recomment you buy the Braun Oral-B EB18-2 … Thank you. I highly recomment you buy the Braun Oral-B EB18-2 [COLOR="Red"]ProBrigh[/COLOR]t Heads. You get them with the £40 pound modle. They make your teeth shine bigggg time. £6.50 for two.



Not a good plant. Don't use these more than once a month. They incorporate a rubber cup which does polish the teeth but also wears the enamel surface away. You will eventually get sensitive teeth with thinner/weaker enamel. Can also cause problems with the pupls within through overheating the teeth

Bought one today.

You DO need an adapter to use a UK 3-pin socket - it just comes with the 2 pin shaver plug only.

I noticed that Superdrug and Boots have 1/3 off the heads, with Boots looking cheapest. Sainsbury had discounts on them too, but not as cheap.

hmm just cheked it out again and they've raised the price to £23.99

vk2003;4611426

Not a good plant. Don't use these more than once a month. They … Not a good plant. Don't use these more than once a month. They incorporate a rubber cup which does polish the teeth but also wears the enamel surface away. You will eventually get sensitive teeth with thinner/weaker enamel. Can also cause problems with the pupls within through overheating the teeth



Where have you read that?
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