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Joseph & Joseph Electric Toothbrush Bathroom Caddy £10.50 + £2 c&c / £3.50 p&p at John Lewis & Partners
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Joseph & Joseph Electric Toothbrush Bathroom Caddy £10.50 + £2 c&c / £3.50 p&p at John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Back in stock, great little bathroom accessory to keep your electric toothbrushes tidy.
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It's £10.50 on amazon
It's a great holder. Here's a tip, put a folded dry flannel to catch the drips and throw in the washer, change it each week. No. gunk to clean
I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? Surely the whole point is you each have your own interchangeable brush head? Good price though I suppose...
Edited by: "thaliar" 26th Nov 2019
Thanks OP, voted hot despite cheaper price on Amazon, as I was did not know about these products before your post
Edited by: "ahmed103" 26th Nov 2019
thaliar26/11/2019 14:07

I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? …I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? Surely the whole point is you each have your own interchangeable brush head? Good price though I suppose...


I agree with you there, I share mine with the missus but the kids have their own each as they wanted their "Avenger" and "Mario" ones lol, so this comes in handy.
thaliar26/11/2019 14:07

I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? …I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? Surely the whole point is you each have your own interchangeable brush head? Good price though I suppose...


My children find changing the heads a bit tricky, easier for us to have one each.
Who is this "Joseph & Joseph" you speak of?
thaliar26/11/2019 14:07

I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? …I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? Surely the whole point is you each have your own interchangeable brush head? Good price though I suppose...


Eugh! And you'll be charging it twice as often.

We have two each: one charging while one is in use.
Edited by: "Besford" 26th Nov 2019
They used to do some pretty useful stuff. This must be from their 'pretty pointless' range.
thaliar26/11/2019 14:07

I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? …I've yet to work out why households need multiple electric toothbrushes? Surely the whole point is you each have your own interchangeable brush head? Good price though I suppose...


Ew! I don't want to be holding a handle that minutes sooner has had someone else's mouth residue dribbling down!
SuffolkLad22226/11/2019 23:35

Ew! I don't want to be holding a handle that minutes sooner has had …Ew! I don't want to be holding a handle that minutes sooner has had someone else's mouth residue dribbling down!


I'm baffled by everyone's reaction to this! We always rinse & dry handle after use.. don't feel its unhygienic at all. I've seen 6 electric toothbrushes in one bathroom - imho that's consumerism gone mad
thaliar27/11/2019 08:24

I'm baffled by everyone's reaction to this! We always rinse & dry handle …I'm baffled by everyone's reaction to this! We always rinse & dry handle after use.. don't feel its unhygienic at all. I've seen 6 electric toothbrushes in one bathroom - imho that's consumerism gone mad


Isn't that a bit like all drinking from the same mug and rinsing and drying it without washing before the next person uses it? I can't be persuaded otherwise. Sorry.
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