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Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush £20.79 (was £41.58) @Sainsburys.INSTORE. (Or + delivery online)
Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush £20.79 (was £41.58) @Sainsburys.INSTORE.  (Or + delivery online)

Braun Oral-B Professional Care Deep Clean 8000 Rechargeable Toothbrush £20.79 (was £41.58) @Sainsburys.INSTORE. (Or + delivery online)

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Unique 3D Technology.

All Oral-B ProfessionalCare toothbrushes have 3D Oscillating-Rotating and Pulsating technology that delivers outstanding plaque removal and is gentle on teeth and gums.

40000 oscillations per minute
Pressure control helps protect the gums
1hours charging time
14days length of use from 1 charge
Charge indicator light
Two minute memory timer
Pressure sensor
Ergonomically designed handle
2 brush heads

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Original Poster

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Direct link....cant get it to work on the button

Can you pay for this with nectar points online????...

Or do I need to go instore to use nectar points?

This has been a £80+ toothbrush, I know because I got this a couple of years ago at Boots on a half price deal for over £40

They have the next model up, the 8500, at half price too, not really sure what the difference is though...

Sainsburys also have the 8500 reduced:

Save 50% was £68.49 now £34.24

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Coming out as full price when I go through to the checkout...

The wife has the triumph model wich has a strange flat recharging base that the toothbrush sits in. Other Oral B models have a hole in the bottom and the toothbrush fits over a small raised bit to recharge. I don't want the hassle of having 2 cgarging units in the bathroom. Does anyone know what the recharge technique is for this brush? If the triumph recharger will recharge this brush then I will purchase as its a great price.

Original Poster

not_the_messiah;4618840

Coming out as full price when I go through to the checkout...



Direct link not working now.It does go to full price,but reverts to half price on last page.

dinglebin;4619038

The wife has the triumph model wich has a strange flat recharging base … The wife has the triumph model wich has a strange flat recharging base that the toothbrush sits in. Other Oral B models have a hole in the bottom and the toothbrush fits over a small raised bit to recharge. I don't want the hassle of having 2 cgarging units in the bathroom. Does anyone know what the recharge technique is for this brush? If the triumph recharger will recharge this brush then I will purchase as its a great price.



I believe it will be the latter type that you mention. I love my Triumph BTW... Best. Toothbrush. Ever.

I love mine, smart guide as a bathroom clock too!

Soziberry;4621946

I love mine, smart guide as a bathroom clock too!



Hah! Also doubles as a (lame) game in which you try to get a big smiley face without winks after 2.5 minutes :whistling:

Have you brushed after 3 mins? Looks like its been on acid lol

littletiger;4618805

They have the next model up, the 8500, at half price too, not really sure … They have the next model up, the 8500, at half price too, not really sure what the difference is though...



500 I think :-D

shame there's no free delivery codes or quidco.

the difference between the 8000 and 8500 is that the 8500 includes a toothpick attachment and tongue clean i think, amazon has more info on the differences. Its more expensive here than amazon after delivery:(

p.s please have the price in topic title not just the before price. I wouldn't include was £41.58 myself as amazon do it for £23 so a bit misleading that its an incredible deal.

the 8500 also has an extra speed setting for sensitive teeth

I have this toothbrush (well, the 8900), it's really good. I had an electric toothbrush before anyway but this one is in a class of its own. Highly recommended.

laze

I bought the 8500 a little while ago for £25. No tooth picks etc with mine...just has an extra 'sensitive mode' which runs at a slower speed - don't see much point in it though, so go for the 8000 and save a few notes.

Picked up the 8500 for £34 from Peterborough

8000 was out of stock but the extra heads do come in useful.

Cheers, will pick one up tomorrow.
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