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Colgate electric toothbrush £9.99 instore at Home Bargains

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Refreshed 13th Dec 2018 (Posted 11th Dec 2018)Local
In home bargains, was £49.99 now £9.99

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Good price, voted hot but the RRP is ridiculous, got 2 of these about a year ago from Amazon for £12 each, I've seen them on regular basis since for about £10-15. Anyway, good deal.
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sheffield78811/12/2018 12:19

Good price, voted hot but the RRP is ridiculous, got 2 of these about a …Good price, voted hot but the RRP is ridiculous, got 2 of these about a year ago from Amazon for £12 each, I've seen them on regular basis since for about £10-15. Anyway, good deal.


Any ideas where to get the heads. Cheapest seems to be £9 from Waitrose.
jsoap4 h, 18 m ago

Any ideas where to get the heads. Cheapest seems to be £9 from Waitrose.


Never looked, sorry. Mine still in box, have other brand. Got these for future, as there were cheap.
Colgate Omron 250 rechargeable toothbrush was £49.99 NOW £9.99 at Home Bargains (Hereford branch) - Black or White
Next best price £19.97 on Amazon!

  • Removes five times more plaque at your gumline compared to a manual flat-trim toothbrush for a healthy mouth
  • Specially designed soft bristles are gentle on your gums
  • Developed with dentists with a two minute timer, the recommended time you should brush for a complete clean
  • Slim, lightweight design feels almost like a manual toothbrush
Good price but was it ever £49.99?
This toothbrush is rubbish, the original rrp is ridiculous.
I bought one for £17 in Superdrug and feel cheated. It doesn't last very long before it needs a charge and my teeth don't feel as clean as my old Sonicare. In fact I have gone back to Sonicare now, they are currently on offer in Boots.

Not sure how much the replacement heads are, but you'd be better off spending a little bit more for Oral B or Phillips.
cherisher13 m ago

Good price but was it ever £49.99?


Apparently! And according to Amazon so I guess so?
None in Oldham.
Cheap. obviously, but these things are absolutely hopeless. Sent mine back under the 30 day trial offer. Had to chase the refund.

Just spend £30 on an Oral B Pro2 2000. All you could need in an electric toothbrush without unnecessary gimmicks.
Nowhere near as good as a top end brush, but perfect as a travel electric if like me you can't bear to make the switch back to manual when away from home
Edited by: "buzzbuzz8888" 13th Dec 2018
Just got one from West One Home Bargains in Eccles, had loads left.
Found in home bargains store, connswater branch, Belfast

The Colgate ProClinical 250+ electric toothbrush gives you the dentist clean feeling you'd expect from over 140 years expertise. It's been developed in partnership with Omron, worldwide leaders in home healthcare products and innovative sensing technology, to deliver 5 times more plaque reduction at your gum line compared to a manual flat-trim toothbrush. Since it's powerfully gentle, so easy to use and feels almost like a manual toothbrush, it's the perfect choice for all the family.
"the dentist clean feeling you'd expect from over 140 years expertise" not sure I'd want a 140 year old dentist near my choppers!
Good fines, my local has sold out :
Terrible toothbrush, not worth a tenner. Spend a bit more on an Oral B.
rachyerbs15/12/2018 17:19

Terrible toothbrush, not worth a tenner. Spend a bit more on an Oral B.


Agree & disagree...

At home Oral-B. On travels this. It's slim & comes with a protective case that stops accidental use when squashed in your travel pack.
helloyoufool15/12/2018 17:31

Agree & disagree...At home Oral-B. On travels this. It's slim & comes …Agree & disagree...At home Oral-B. On travels this. It's slim & comes with a protective case that stops accidental use when squashed in your travel pack.


I found the battery life really short, so wouldn't be ideal if you were away for more than a week. My Sonicare has a travel case which is OK if you're not travelling light!

I think this brush would be fine for someone who wants to see if they get on with electric toothbrushes. The rrp is laughable though...
rachyerbs13 m ago

... would be fine for someone who wants to see if they get on with …... would be fine for someone who wants to see if they get on with electric toothbrushes. h...


No, it'll just put them off. These things are absolutely hopeless.
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