Colgate Pro Clinical 250+ Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush White £10.80 with code @ Robert Dyas (free C&C) 2 Year Guarantee
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Colgate Pro Clinical 250+ Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush White £10.80 with code @ Robert Dyas (free C&C) 2 Year Guarantee

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Posted 10th Jul
Get your teeth sparkling and clean in no time at all with this Pro Clinical 250+ Rechargeable Electric Travel Toothbrush from Colgate.

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The slim, lightweight design almost feels like a manual toothbrush so your arm won’t ache to hold this twice daily and means that you can take this anywhere with you with the included lid for easy transport.

It will give you that dentist clean feeling and will remove 5 times more plaque at your gum line compared to a normal manual toothbrush so you can get that healthy mouth you’ve always desired!

This is tough on plaque and gentle on gums with a 360-degree brush head that will reach all those necessary places in your mouth when brushing.

Since it’s powerfully gentle and so easy to use, it almost feels like a manual toothbrush and can be ideally used by the whole family by just simply swapping the toothbrush head.

The soft specifically designed bristles are gentle on your gums so that you can get those shiny teeth and strong mouth with no discomfort in doing so.

This is developed with a two-minute timer which is the recommended time that you should brush your teeth and gums for a complete clean twice a day.

There’s even a pacer every thirty seconds to let you know when to move on to the next part of your mouth so that you aren’t left guessing!

Effortlessly plug this in to charge as it comes with a shaver UK 2-pin plug and charge it up ready to use whenever it gets low.

Features and Benefits
  • Includes lid for easy travel – Just pop the handy travel cap on when you’ve finished brushing for when you’re going away as this can travel anywhere!
  • Plaque removal – You can get 5 times less plaque in your mouth with this toothbrush that has a sonic cleaning actin of up to 30,000 brush strokes per minute and multi-directional cleaning.
  • Angled neck – This helps you to reach your back teeth for a whole mouth clean.
  • Timer – There is a 30-second pacer that pauses briefly during the set two minutes to let you know when to move onto the next part of your mouth.
  • Gentle on gums – This feels like a manual toothbrush, being slim and lightweight and has soft bristles to minimise damage to soft tissue whilst keeping your gums healthy.
  • Recharging is easy – Simply plug in the charging base and the charge indicator will let you know when it’s fully charged and when the battery is low.
Specifications
  • Comes with shaver UK 2-pin plug
  • Plug in for a 10 hour charge before first use
  • Batteries required: None
  • Material: Plastic
  • Weight: 185g
  • Guarantee: 2 years
  • Colour: White

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I got one of these for my missus and I'm sure I can hear her using it in the downstairs bathroom. but for some strange reason the battery seems to run down every night and her teeth seem non the whiter. But still she seems very happy
Edited by: "urbanbushwacker" 10th Jul
ZanyAngel10/07/2019 22:41

Stock up when the heads are on offer, as they are, from time to time


when and where is head on offer if you tell me i well be the first in line!
It's cheap, but replacement heads are expensive.
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Amazon price £15.99
It's cheap, but replacement heads are expensive.
I got one of these for my missus and I'm sure I can hear her using it in the downstairs bathroom. but for some strange reason the battery seems to run down every night and her teeth seem non the whiter. But still she seems very happy
Edited by: "urbanbushwacker" 10th Jul
fazzy-bhoy10/07/2019 22:25

It's cheap, but replacement heads are expensive.


Stock up when the heads are on offer, as they are, from time to time
urbanbushwacker10/07/2019 22:33

I got one of these for my missus and I'm sure I can hear her using it in …I got one of these for my missus and I'm sure I can hear her using it in the downstairs bathroom. but for some strange reason the battery seems to run down every night and her teeth seem non the whiter. But still she seems very happy


ZanyAngel10/07/2019 22:41

Stock up when the heads are on offer, as they are, from time to time


when and where is head on offer if you tell me i well be the first in line!
urbanbushwacker10/07/2019 22:45

when and where is head on offer if you tell me i well be the first in …when and where is head on offer if you tell me i well be the first in line!


..will have a look around, and post anything I can find. I did just find the black colour 4 pack for £5.15 ebay.co.uk/p/C…818
Does the colour matter?
Voted hot, good price but I've seen these slightly cheaper at Home Bargains for £9.99.
sheffield78810/07/2019 22:56

Voted hot, good price but I've seen these slightly cheaper at Home …Voted hot, good price but I've seen these slightly cheaper at Home Bargains for £9.99.


Always good to know these things @sheffield788 Thanks
ZanyAngel10/07/2019 22:51

..will have a look around, and post anything I can find. I did just find …..will have a look around, and post anything I can find. I did just find the black colour 4 pack for £5.15 https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Colgate-ProClinical-360-Deep-Clean-Refill-ToothBrush-Black-4-Pack/6021690537?iid=233265899818Does the colour matter?


only size?
ZanyAngel10/07/2019 23:01

Always good to know these things @sheffield788 Thanks


Thanks! Not a great deal of saving, but HB is probably more accessible for some than Ryman.
ZanyAngel10/07/2019 22:51

..will have a look around, and post anything I can find. I did just find …..will have a look around, and post anything I can find. I did just find the black colour 4 pack for £5.15 https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Colgate-ProClinical-360-Deep-Clean-Refill-ToothBrush-Black-4-Pack/6021690537?iid=233265899818Does the colour matter?


I don't think that is a 4 pack.
Edited by: "seinman" 10th Jul
seinman10/07/2019 23:14

I don't think that is a 4 pack.


Ah, yes. I see now. I'm on the case . Will try and find some offers for the heads going forward ..
sheffield78810/07/2019 23:08

Thanks! Not a great deal of saving, but HB is probably more accessible for …Thanks! Not a great deal of saving, but HB is probably more accessible for some than Ryman.


No worries, anything that helps others is okay here
Edited by: "ZanyAngel" 10th Jul
These brushes are absolutely hopeless - and when i returned mine under their '30 day trial' offer it took them 3 months and a reminder to refund me.

Buy an Oral-B, even a Philips Sonicare; way, way better than this hopeless thing.
ZanyAngel10/07/2019 23:01

Always good to know these things @sheffield788 Thanks


And Preferably when they're ON offer right?!
This will be £10 wasted. Too big for children but way underpowered for adults. Just do not buy one.
Nice find. Although never bought anything from Robert dyas before.
japes11/07/2019 07:56

This will be £10 wasted. Too big for children but way underpowered for …This will be £10 wasted. Too big for children but way underpowered for adults. Just do not buy one.


Correct!
Besford11/07/2019 00:09

These brushes are absolutely hopeless - and when i returned mine under …These brushes are absolutely hopeless - and when i returned mine under their '30 day trial' offer it took them 3 months and a reminder to refund me.Buy an Oral-B, even a Philips Sonicare; way, way better than this hopeless thing.


In what way is it hopeless? I've been using it for traveling and it's perfect, very light and battery lasts ages. Sonic tech is basically all the same isn't it so I presume you mean you don't like the bristles?
japes11/07/2019 07:56

This will be £10 wasted. Too big for children but way underpowered for …This will be £10 wasted. Too big for children but way underpowered for adults. Just do not buy one.


I'm confused! How can it be underpowered? Sonic means so many thousand movements per minute so what do you need more power for?
jumpinoffthbed11/07/2019 10:52

I'm confused! How can it be underpowered? Sonic means so many thousand …I'm confused! How can it be underpowered? Sonic means so many thousand movements per minute so what do you need more power for?


No, otherwise all "sonic" toothbrushes would be exactly the same. Simply put, the colgate brushes are very poor in comparison to other brands and there is a reason these are half the cost
japes11/07/2019 11:03

No, otherwise all "sonic" toothbrushes would be exactly the same. Simply …No, otherwise all "sonic" toothbrushes would be exactly the same. Simply put, the colgate brushes are very poor in comparison to other brands and there is a reason these are half the cost


"To be classified as a sonic toothbrush, the motion or vibration from the brush has to be quick enough to produce a ‘humming’ sound that is within the audible range of the human ear (20 Hz to 20,000 Hz). Sonic brushes typically offer 12,000-24,000 oscillations or 24,000-48,000 movements per minute."

This has 30k strokes per minute so I still don't know why you think this is very poor? Are you comparing it to ultrasonic?
jumpinoffthbed11/07/2019 11:14

"To be classified as a sonic toothbrush, the motion or vibration from the …"To be classified as a sonic toothbrush, the motion or vibration from the brush has to be quick enough to produce a ‘humming’ sound that is within the audible range of the human ear (20 Hz to 20,000 Hz). Sonic brushes typically offer 12,000-24,000 oscillations or 24,000-48,000 movements per minute."This has 30k strokes per minute so I still don't know why you think this is very poor? Are you comparing it to ultrasonic?


I'll clarify my position for you. In My Opinion this is a very poor toothbrush compared to other brands. It is very underpowered compared to other brands. It does not clean as well as other brands.
Not really sure how better to explain to you.
In my opinion you will be very disappointed with this toothbrush
ZanyAngel10/07/2019 22:51

..will have a look around, and post anything I can find. I did just find …..will have a look around, and post anything I can find. I did just find the black colour 4 pack for £5.15 https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Colgate-ProClinical-360-Deep-Clean-Refill-ToothBrush-Black-4-Pack/6021690537?iid=233265899818Does the colour matter?


Interracial is fine.
Sonicare Diamondclean - the shiznick in toothbrushes.
These things used to fluctuate at under £90, now the prices have gone ballistic nearing £200.
£149 (so-called £100 off - just messing with RRP) at Boots.
If you get one, make sure you don't drop it.
Best thing ever for cleaning your gnashers. 62,000 brush strokes per minute when 'Polish' mode is selected.

Might want to wait until the 15/16th on Amazon Prime sale - they might do a deal.

I wouldn't bother with the Colgate Omron for everyday cleaning.
For £11 though, 2 year warranty. £2.50 brush heads - for travelling might be good, it's compact, sounds ideal if the battery actually lasts for a couple of weeks or you'll end up having to take the charger with you. Diamondclean has a case which incorporates the charger and connects up to a usb power adapter (included) via the included mini USB to standard USB cable, or use a multi port USB charger for this and your other devices on your hols, save you carrying around more than one power brick.

Diamondclean Copycat products available for ~ £20 amazon.co.uk/dp/…383
40,000 brush strokes p/min
Apparently fits Philips Sonicare brush heads. When mine starts suffering from battery exhaustion, (although you can fix them if you're an electronics DIY'er) if this is still available - I'd give it a shot at the price.
The real one is made in China anyway, so it's mainly intellectual property rights you're paying for with the Philips.

Or - amazon.co.uk/Ele…c=1
40000 brush strokes p/min

Or amazon.co.uk/Too…1-7
white version for £20.
35,000 brush strokes p/min
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Jul
Which oral b brushes is this comparable to ?
I have one of these, the second colgate/omron brush I've purchased (over many years) and I'm more than happy with it - this is a great price. I also had a sonicare in the distant past but (IMO) these are much better. Not sure my dentist likes it mind...he never has to do anything for me these days... 😁
Edited by: "gregskellorn" 11th Jul
gregskellorn11/07/2019 15:06

I have one of these, the second colgate/omron brush I've purchased (over …I have one of these, the second colgate/omron brush I've purchased (over many years) and I'm more than happy with it - this is a great price. I also had a sonicare in the distant past but (IMO) these are much better. Not sure my dentist likes it mind...he never has to do anything for me these days... 😁



The old Sonicares were not good. Kept failing at or around the 1 year mark. Then DiamondClean with its Li-Ion battery and rethought design was released and they moved the game along.
I had one of these to replacement my aging Philips Sonicare, wasn't too bad, but the charge didn't seem to last too long. I then went back to the Philips Sonicare, purchased a newer model, and its charge was even worse....

Ended up with the Fairywill from Amazon, rubbish name but damn that one lasts around six to eight weeks on a single charge (two x two minute brushes a day), for the price its hard to beat, plus no silly charging base, just a simple USB cable.
TopTrump11/07/2019 14:32

Sonicare Diamondclean - the shiznick in toothbrushes.These things used to …Sonicare Diamondclean - the shiznick in toothbrushes.These things used to fluctuate at under £90, now the prices have gone ballistic nearing £200.£149 (so-called £100 off - just messing with RRP) at Boots. If you get one, make sure you don't drop it.Best thing ever for cleaning your gnashers.Might want to wait until the 15/16th on Amazon Prime sale - they might do a deal.I wouldn't bother with the Colgate Omron for everyday cleaning. 2 year warranty. £2.50 brush heads.For travelling, it's compact, sounds ideal if the battery actually lasts for a couple of weeks or you'll end up having to take the charger with you. Diamondclean has a case which incorporates the charger and connects up to a usb power adapter (included) via the included mini USB to standard USB cable, or use a multi charger for this and your other devices on your hols, save you carrying around more than one power brick.Diamondclean Copycat products available for ~ £20 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B072XBCY5S/ref=sspa_dk_detail_3?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B072XBCY5S&pd_rd_w=GIOdh&pf_rd_p=42743099-3c6a-4370-bd5b-c49af87959ea&pd_rd_wg=aE1Tv&pf_rd_r=R6SXY2XZ5D8KSA0TXWE7&pd_rd_r=d083900d-a3e2-11e9-8dff-d78f950df38340,000 brush strokes p/minApparently fits Philips Sonicare brush heads. When mine starts suffering from battery exhaustion, (although you can fix them if you're an electronics DIY'er) if this is still available - I'd give it a shot at the price.The real one is made in China anyway, so it's mainly intellectual property rights you're paying for with the Philips.Or - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Electric-Toothbrush-Fairywill-Charged-Rechargeable/dp/B07M9ML7XP/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?keywords=sonic+Toothbrush&qid=1562852159&s=drugstore&sr=1-2-spons&psc=140000 brush strokes p/minadd code 28BIXDNS at checkout for 10% off the black version = £17.99Or https://www.amazon.co.uk/Toothbrush-Rechargeable-Waterproof-Replacement-Fairywill/dp/B01M70MOV4/ref=sr_1_7?keywords=sonic+Toothbrush&qid=1562852318&s=drugstore&sr=1-7white version for £20.35,000 brush strokes p/min


Love the stroke count
japes11/07/2019 11:33

I'll clarify my position for you. In My Opinion this is a very poor …I'll clarify my position for you. In My Opinion this is a very poor toothbrush compared to other brands. It is very underpowered compared to other brands. It does not clean as well as other brands.Not really sure how better to explain to you.In my opinion you will be very disappointed with this toothbrush


Yeah I just binned my colgate one and got an oral-b one. World of difference. Colgate one was shyte in comparison.
AsadP201211/07/2019 15:52

Love the stroke count


the older you get, the more dangerous 'that' word becomes.
If you're young, then the word takes on a different meaning, in which case, careful you don't go blind.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Jul
TopTrump11/07/2019 15:56

the older you get, the more dangerous 'that' word becomes.If you're young, …the older you get, the more dangerous 'that' word becomes.If you're young, then the word takes on a different meaning, in which case, careful you don't go blind.


Panasonic do a sonic toothbrush. If their water flosser is anything to go by, should be a good alternative to the Philips.

amazon.co.uk/Pan…8-6
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Jul
TopTrump11/07/2019 17:05

Panasonic do a sonic toothbrush. If their water flosser is anything to go …Panasonic do a sonic toothbrush. If their water flosser is anything to go by, should be a good alternative to the Philips.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-Handling-Vibration-Electric-Toothbrush/dp/B077K71BS9/ref=sr_1_6?crid=3DQ5H5FXLPC37&keywords=panasonic+sonic+toothbrush&qid=1562861036&s=gateway&sprefix=panasonic+sonic+%2Caps%2C141&sr=8-6


Thank you for the link @TopTrump
While it's not a patch on a sonicare (I've tried them all and a sonicare is miles ahead of all others for me), it makes a great travel brush if you can't live without an electric brush while you're away but also can't risk taking a sonicare with you.
Not great, battery barely lasts a week and the power is pretty much gone after the first day of a charge. Replaced for a xaomi toothbrush from AliExpress. The thing is amazing, two weeks battery no problem and some power in it.
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