Electric Oral Irrigator - £15.91 @ GearBest
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Electric Oral Irrigator - £15.91 @ GearBest

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Found 12th Jan
Popped up on my facebook and seemed decent... Not sure if it's a good value (haven t looked on other sites) but it did piqued my interest and maybe yours...

Also some promo offer when you spend more than £15.05 (get some random items for £0.75p)


Blurb from website:

Main Features:
- Made of PC + ABS, safe for health
- Effective to remove harmful bacteria and debris that traditional brushing and flossing cannot reach
- Water column thoroughly cleans teeth, food residue and harmful bacteria
- Clean the gums perfectly, effectively reducing bacteria
- Flush your teeth after meals and before sleeping, it is easy to keep good health for oral cavity
- 60 - 80 PSI water pressure, high pressure setting for deep cleaning and plaque removal
- 150ml water capacity
- Low noise
- Clean your teeth, massage your gum, prevent decayed teeth
- Convenient to use, energy-saving
- Economical oral cleaning
- Compact design, easy to carry
- Charge the oral irrigator via USB cable
- Battery: 560mAh lithium
- Auto shut-off: 30 seconds

Caution: This product is for professional use only. Please read the user manual carefully before use.

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cloudthecat29 m ago

A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to …A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to all kinds of issues.. .. .. I have never used them personally, but it certainly raises a few eye brows based on the feedback.....:(


Many of the people saying avoid Gearbest have never ordered from them and are just looking for likes. Personally I've never had a problem with them after 50+ orders. Yes, there can be problems with buying from such a seller if things go wrong, but if you factor that in before you buy, Gearbest and similar sellers are still usually far better value.

At the end of the day if someone is after John Lewis style customer service and next day delivery then Gearbest isn't going to be for them. However if you want a great deal..
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A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to all kinds of issues.. .. ..

I have never used them personally, but it certainly raises a few eye brows based on the feedback.....
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cloudthecat3 m ago

A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to …A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to all kinds of issues.. .. .. I have never used them personally, but it certainly raises a few eye brows based on the feedback.....:(


Personally have used them 5 times and seem to always arrive in good condition with no issues (albeit after a month usually)... But I guess everyone has a different experience and personally wouldn't use it for expensive items...

But for £15, I was going to take a punt but my wife said no
LOL @ the wife comment!!! LOL!!! :-)
cloudthecat29 m ago

A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to …A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to all kinds of issues.. .. .. I have never used them personally, but it certainly raises a few eye brows based on the feedback.....:(


Many of the people saying avoid Gearbest have never ordered from them and are just looking for likes. Personally I've never had a problem with them after 50+ orders. Yes, there can be problems with buying from such a seller if things go wrong, but if you factor that in before you buy, Gearbest and similar sellers are still usually far better value.

At the end of the day if someone is after John Lewis style customer service and next day delivery then Gearbest isn't going to be for them. However if you want a great deal..
As far as me getting permission to buy my cheap tat, my wife has a craft room anyone who's in a similar position will understand that I have a lot of freedom to buy stuff.
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