Braun Oral-B Pulsonic Slim Sonic Rechargeable Toothbrush for £17.99 Delivered....Sold by Amazon
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Braun Oral-B Pulsonic Slim Sonic Rechargeable Toothbrush for £17.99 Delivered....Sold by Amazon

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Found 28th Nov 2013
Best price it has ever been on Amazon.....
blurb from amazon below....
Pulsonic rechargeable toothbrush naturally cleans and whitens teeth by removing surface stains
Innovative super slim design with two personalisation modes--Clean and Sensitive
Features manual style brush head and 2 minute timer to assist effective brushing
One Pulsonic interchangeable head included
Compatible with all Pulsonic interchangeable heads

even cheaper only £15.49 now

35 Comments

Muppets voting cold. Great price, hot from me.

Bought one

Thanks for sharing

Heat added

got professional 600 still boxed fews days ago shall I swep with this ????

why cold seems great price

[quote=mtc1]Muppets voting cold. Great price, hot from me.[/quote

I agree fantastic deal,thanks OP
Probably the greedy ebay sellers trying to put members off !;)


Selling on fleabay already between £36- £45 appx,
Edited by: "castara0" 28th Nov 2013

i understand these are compatible with all pulsonic heads. does it mean the normal oral b heads won't fit these toothbrushes?

excellent price for this product. ordered thanks

Showing as £49.99? Would have loved to have bought one of these

Original Poster

divas

Showing as £49.99? Would have loved to have bought one of these


looks like it's sold out

dealfella

i understand these are compatible with all pulsonic heads. does it mean … i understand these are compatible with all pulsonic heads. does it mean the normal oral b heads won't fit these toothbrushes?



The only heads that fit are original Braun pulsonic heads, the cheapo Chinese pulsonic heads don't fit the slim either.

Back on - what a bargain - had one of these for ages and it's been great. Now it's finally conked out I'm getting another. Paid a whole lot more than this for the last one!

Thank u great deal x

Excellent buy, many thanks for posting.

Thanks, was a bit concerned before ordering that replacement heads are hard to get (a couple of reviews mentioned this is an old model no longer made?) but Amazon & Argos sell them.

is this better than an oral b 1000? Or should I stick with that?

http://dentalcarematters.com/oral-b-pulsonic-toothbrush-review/

Good info

hartge

http://dentalcarematters.com/oral-b-pulsonic-toothbrush-review/Good info



sweet - looks like i'll stick with my oral b 1000 then - cheers

I swear Braun Oral-B stopped making sonic brushes a long time ago. But now they're back, and this looks like a bargain! Voted hot

hartge

http://dentalcarematters.com/oral-b-pulsonic-toothbrush-review/Good info



So no pressure sensor, hmmm

Id buy a 1000 instead for afew quid more
Edited by: "hartge" 29th Nov 2013

I never really wanted an electric toothbrush until I saw one of these in Tesco last year (half price, £25-ish). They were no bigger than a normal one, if the battery runs out, you can still use it unlike most. And it really does clean (& feel) much better than just using a manual one. The charging unit is via inductance and it's quite small with a couple of head holders.

One thing I did find a problem with was the availability in high street shops & supermarkets of the heads. I found Argos had the best prices (back in the summer, even better than on-line). Beware of some eBay & Amazon sellers selling compatible ones or ones with model numbers that should fit but don't: always go for originals for the best result. The heads do seem to last a long time especially if you learn to use it lightly as the unit should be doing the work, not you On the 3rd head since purchase (only one comes with it).

There's no remaining charge (or fully-charged) indicator but what happens is it just goes off. You can get it to work for a bit more by switching it back on a few times.

I'd buy another at this price if I could justify it

Edited by: "cabbagebike" 29th Nov 2013

I have one of these, paid a lot more than this price, would highly recommend, brilliant product

ordered 2. heat added. thx...
is 4replacement brush for £11 good price (sold by Amazon )?

Got 1, almost bought two... but lets be sensible now. ha. 1 hot from me.

Thanks ordered for one of my daughters or the mrs

Great deal been looking at these the past week as I saw them for £25 in local supermarket going higher on eBay so at that price total bargain

hartge

Id buy a 1000 instead for afew quid more



Where can you get this for just a few quid more?

I've had one of these for 2 years
Excellent buy

peddy

Where can you get this for just a few quid more?



£24 in John Lewis

hartge

£24 in John Lewis



Cheaper:
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/health-beauty/dental/toothbrushes/oral-b-professional-care-1000-electric-toothbrush-06874861-pdt.html

Free delivery (when it's in stock that is of course)
Edited by: "waqasahmed" 29th Nov 2013

the heads are indeed hard to get. I have checked all supermarkets boots etc none sold anymore so not sure if they haven't been discontinued?
good brush though but I've retired mine for a colgate one as sick of braun and their dfs attitude to prices.

moosery2

the heads are indeed hard to get. I have checked all supermarkets boots … the heads are indeed hard to get. I have checked all supermarkets boots etc none sold anymore so not sure if they haven't been discontinued? good brush though but I've retired mine for a colgate one as sick of braun and their dfs attitude to prices.



Amazon are doing 4 of them for cheap.

amazon.co.uk/Ora…r32

moosery2

the heads are indeed hard to get. I have checked all supermarkets boots … the heads are indeed hard to get. I have checked all supermarkets boots etc none sold anymore so not sure if they haven't been discontinued? good brush though but I've retired mine for a colgate one as sick of braun and their dfs attitude to prices.



Amazon are doing 4 of them for cheap.

amazon.co.uk/Ora…r32

Anyone know how it compares to This

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