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Fairywill Sonic Toothbrush,Electric Toothbrush £17.99 + £4.49 NP Sold by MiTooEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Fairywill Sonic Toothbrush,Electric Toothbrush £17.99 + £4.49 NP Sold by MiTooEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 16th May

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Good toothbrush for the price and especially now it has a £2 voucher off the product I bought it back when it was £28.99 before all the price changes
( price from 17.99 to 16.99 )
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SharkGadgetsUK16/05/2020 23:39

Well, i guess that seems good enoigh Fairy will I have only known to sell …Well, i guess that seems good enoigh Fairy will I have only known to sell on Amazon I checked eBay before hand never found any must have missed out


Plenty on eBay?

ebay.co.uk/itm…397
Only got the white version now @£19.89 with 12 heads.

Same as you listed £15.99
ebay.co.uk/itm…943
Edited by: "Dusterfluster" 16th May
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Great brush. Very happy.
Purchased it cheaper on eBay with 12 heads
Dusterfluster16/05/2020 23:35

Purchased it cheaper on eBay with 12 heads


Well, i guess that seems good enoigh Fairy will I have only known to sell on Amazon I checked eBay before hand never found any must have missed out
redwavyline16/05/2020 23:34

Great brush. Very happy.


I know it's brilliant for me especially the multi function mode really helps with sensitive teeth
SharkGadgetsUK16/05/2020 23:39

Well, i guess that seems good enoigh Fairy will I have only known to sell …Well, i guess that seems good enoigh Fairy will I have only known to sell on Amazon I checked eBay before hand never found any must have missed out


Plenty on eBay?

ebay.co.uk/itm…397
Only got the white version now @£19.89 with 12 heads.

Same as you listed £15.99
ebay.co.uk/itm…943
Edited by: "Dusterfluster" 16th May
Price has been creeping up for heads on Amazon. It's now costs us more for fairywill heads than oral b.
Edited by: "ScubaDudes" 17th May
Dusterfluster16/05/2020 23:42

Plenty on eBay?https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283796453397Only got the white …Plenty on eBay?https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283796453397Only got the white version now @£19.89 with 12 heads.Same as you listed £15.99https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283118121943


Thanks ordered white one with 12 brush heads. Bargain
Good tooth brush , very light weight so especially good for travel. One charge lasts for weeks .
great brush, my first electric ....... However I got a chip on one of my front teeth (back) which I my pretty sure was caused by brushing with it (I do not put pressure while brushing) ....

Will need to wait to see dentist to discuss and fix the chip.... Recommended nevertheless!
Wrong brush head shapes, go with the round shaped heads
Edited by: "maxmax" 17th May
maxmax17/05/2020 09:28

Wrong brush head shapes, go with the round shaped heads


These are sonic tooth brushes which always have the traditional shaped heads, the round ones are pulsating. Had both and find the sonic ones better, rarely need a polish when I visit dentist. My dentist also advisers massaging your gums too and sonic tooth brushes are good for that .
Terrible sonic toothbrush. Anyone coming from a decent sonicare prepare to be disappointed
I had a Sonicare and one of those cheap ones. Virtually no difference. Also don't expect Phillips to last longer than 2years
Nothing wrong with these....good brush...
Switched from Sonicare to one of these about 3 years ago after a few Sonicare's failed. Would recommend!
£2.19 for 2 yrs insurance too if anyone interested.
Would this help with tartar on a 9 year olds teeth? He has been using braun electric but obviously not working and his dentist got cancelled in April. Looked at tooth scrapers but mixed reviews. This seems to have a point on the picture?
Are there any circular heads for this toothbrush?
Got 4 of these for all of us in the house. Had then about 10 months. They are great. Brushing twice a day for 2 minutes you get 6-7 weeks on a full charge.
Highly recommended by my family
Im pretty good at sifting through reviews on Amazon and these fairywill brushes have so much paid / bad reviews I don't know what to believe. Then again even the £100 sonicare brushes have terrible reviews. Id rather buy a new one every year if its cheaper and just as good.
idroidmaniac21/05/2020 00:27

Im pretty good at sifting through reviews on Amazon and these fairywill …Im pretty good at sifting through reviews on Amazon and these fairywill brushes have so much paid / bad reviews I don't know what to believe. Then again even the £100 sonicare brushes have terrible reviews. Id rather buy a new one every year if its cheaper and just as good.




Electric toothbrushes, shavers, hair trimmers - basically anything with a battery in - is a complete lucky dip whether you get a decent one or one that dies within months or even weeks. Price if you pay is no guarantee of quality with any of these devices IMPO.

£20 is bad enough if it fails inside a year. But £100 - OUCH!

I have seen reviews on Amazon re electric toothbrushes that they now only give you 3 months to return one if it is faulty - surely that is against UK consumer law. But then the mighty Amazon might bar you from buying stuff if you complain too much. Reminds me of an episode of the Sci Fi show 'Sliders' about a Earth where the population had to constantly buy things and never complain - or sinister things happened to them.
18 quid on eBay best offer accepted with 12 brushes. My oral b started falling apart.after a good innings to be fair
Bought one last year. Compares very well to Philips which costs way more. Battery life is amazing. Only needs charged once evey coupe of months.
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