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Lidl - Nevadent  Sonic Toothbrush - £19.99 from 10th
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Lidl - Nevadent Sonic Toothbrush - £19.99 from 10th

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Posted 9th May 2018

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10th May: Lidl are doing a very cheap sonic toothbrush which on the face of it appear to compete with the Phillips sonicare range.

For those that are big familar with the latest in shiny bone cleaning, there are generally 4 levels of gum brushers-
  • manual - One you're probably using right now, excellent for cleaning toilets too
  • 'electric' - these rotate in the range of 100's of rpm, most are around £6-30 price range

  • Sonic - typically vibrate at 10-20,000 Hz, (24,000-48,000 movements per minute) these are superior to 'electric'. Phillips Sonicare lead the market. Named Sonic because you can hear them.
  • Ultrasonic - these are typically at above hearing levels - above 20,000Hz (2,400,000 movements per minute) - these require a special Toothpaste however.

I managed to get a Phillips super cheap ages ago and love it. Since then have managed to get my girlfreind a model similar to this and I can't tell the difference.

Comes with travel case and super useful USB charging. The battery lasts ages in these things too.

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Marketing spiel:

Nothing gives you an instant confidence boost like having dazzling clean teeth, so try this Nevadent Sonic Toothbrush for your very own Hollywood smile. Using sonic technology, the brush heads emit high-frequency vibrations to effectively remove plaque and stains resulting in cleaner teeth and gums. Choose from a range of cleaning settings depending on your needs, including whitening (to remove surface stains), polish (for a high intensity clean) and sensitive (a gentle clean on sensitive areas). A practical travel case makes this just as convenient to use on holiday too, and the brush can be charged within its travel case via a micro-USB cable.

  • Hand-held unit with integrated rechargeable Lithium-ion battery and charge indicator
  • Also charges inside its travel case via a micro-USB cable (included)
  • Approximately 90 minutes operating time when fully charged
  • 5 cleaning settings ranging from sensitive with 30,000 pulsations per minute to polishing with 40,000 pulsations per minute
  • 30-second timing intervals for cleaning the jaw quadrants
  • Includes 4 brush heads with high-quality bristles and colour-coded indicator for when a replacement is required
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what about replacement heads?
Anybody got one of these? My puppy chewed my son's electric toothbrush last week and I was thinking of getting this one rather than another oral b
simmobb210 m ago

what about replacement heads?


They are selling them too
simmobb210 m ago

what about replacement heads?

My local Lidl (Caerphilly) are still selling a rechargeable toothbrush for £12.99. they are also selling replacement heads for both types of electric toothbrush.
Replacement heads £5.99 for 8, seems a bargain
Thanks will get one of these
I have sonicare from Phillips and absolutely love it. The Lidl one looks like a twin, so might be good budgetary option.

As a side note, I've bought cheap unoriginal replacement heads off eBay for under £5 and can't tell the difference between them and original Phillips ones
i thought rotating heads were better for electric?
marineville10/05/2018 00:43

i thought rotating heads were better for electric?


They are. Everyone connected with Dentistry (apart from those on Philips payroll) say Oral B heads are better
PhilK10/05/2018 05:13

They are. Everyone connected with Dentistry (apart from those on Philips …They are. Everyone connected with Dentistry (apart from those on Philips payroll) say Oral B heads are better


That's not true, there isn't a massive difference between them but philips comes out on top (slighty) on most independent reviews.

Also the battery on philips last for what feels like months and oral b needs to be plugged in the whole time.

You can also use philips where you can't with oral b (if you have braces etc.).
soul0merk3 m ago

That's not true, there isn't a massive difference between them but philips …That's not true, there isn't a massive difference between them but philips comes out on top (slighty) on most independent reviews. Also the battery on philips last for what feels like months and oral b needs to be plugged in the whole time. You can also use philips where you can't with oral b (if you have braces etc.).


Newer Lithium Oral B models last ages. I used an Oral B with braces for ages, not a problem, dentist actually recommended it.
Ratlee948 h, 30 m ago

I have sonicare from Phillips and absolutely love it. The Lidl one looks …I have sonicare from Phillips and absolutely love it. The Lidl one looks like a twin, so might be good budgetary option.As a side note, I've bought cheap unoriginal replacement heads off eBay for under £5 and can't tell the difference between them and original Phillips ones


The ones I bought look similar but they seem to splash a lot more than the originals.
RayB12 h, 1 m ago

My local Lidl (Caerphilly) are still selling a rechargeable toothbrush for …My local Lidl (Caerphilly) are still selling a rechargeable toothbrush for £12.99. they are also selling replacement heads for both types of electric toothbrush.


I've got that one, underpowered compared to an Oral B one but does the job OK.
If you care about your teeth, get an Oral B! I get replacement 3rd party heads of amazon.
Just picked up 3 toothbrushes from Lidl in Knaresborough - thanks OP
I bought the Lidl 'Oral B' rotating equivalent last time and it was absolutely hopeless - took it back after a couple of attempts at using it. May have been faulty but stopped if you applied even modest pressure.

I also tried one of the Colgate sonic ones as it was very small for travel - still waiting for my refund on the '30 day trial' promise for that piece of rubbish.

A tooth implant just cost me £2600 (and some discomfort)! - £30 or less for a decent Oral B toothbrush is very cheap by comparison: you don't need all the bells and whistles, just 3D action (600 model and upwards). Dentist and hygienist don't recommend sonic ones.

Try this (may still be some stock):
hotukdeals.com/dea…488
Edited by: "Besford" 10th May 2018
soul0merk10/05/2018 07:14

That's not true, there isn't a massive difference between them but philips …That's not true, there isn't a massive difference between them but philips comes out on top (slighty) on most independent reviews. Also the battery on philips last for what feels like months and oral b needs to be plugged in the whole time. You can also use philips where you can't with oral b (if you have braces etc.).


You're the first one Ive heard this from, which kind of makes a mockery of the "most independent reviews" !
PhilK10/05/2018 10:54

You're the first one Ive heard this from, which kind of makes a mockery of …You're the first one Ive heard this from, which kind of makes a mockery of the "most independent reviews" !


Count me in as the second one then
So do the Lidl replacement heads fit the Philipis Sonicare range......??
I have the Philips Sonicare Tootbruch and must say it, for me, is better than an Oral B. Battery lasts for ages, only downside is the genuine replacement head cost.
Picked one up and just tried it out, i have an oral B rotating one at the mo and this feels very odd and more like a normal manual toothbrush that vibrates.

Need to use it a few days to see what i really think of it.
my dentist recommends the base level oral b rotating.
Ratlee946 h, 16 m ago

Count me in as the second one then


At this rate I'll hate half a dozen by Christmas !
MontBelzoni23 m ago

my dentist recommends the base level oral b rotating.


Well some people hear "Oral B" and mistake it for "Philips" - odd that......
(Only kidding - just a bit of banter not worth getting heated about)
Bought one of these and I don't really rate it, prefer the base model oral b rechargeable brushes as they have more power and a better feel to the build quality.
dawson_2515 h, 2 m ago

Bought one of these and I don't really rate it, prefer the base model oral …Bought one of these and I don't really rate it, prefer the base model oral b rechargeable brushes as they have more power and a better feel to the build quality.


Used mine last night and this morning and also dont think im getting on with it.

What are the odds of lidl refunding?

I know i can take the 2 packs of heads back as not opened but with this being a toothbrush doubt they would refund for this.
£24.99 in Northern Ireland, thanks Lidl! Yet another Hot GB only Deal Time to tweet Lidl aka Squittle.
Edited by: "Rhythmeister" 11th May 2018
I bought yesterday and the charger with the shaver socket attached had been shoddily repaired and a tippex type substance used to try and conceal repair !!! took charger back for replacement and they refused. They said I had to return the full item which I did and they replaced it all new charger was fine!!!
I have used the Oral B for years and decided to try this Sonic type of device and I must say that it is very good and cleaned my teeth better that my old unit using the same time and process. I did then try the other options on the LIDL sonic device and was impressed. Also, I saw that replacement heads are available on amazon.co.uk and also they have a UK number and a website too.
The only issue is that the size of the brush head is bigger than the Oral B type and this is not a problem for me but it may be for my other half.
For the price I think it is a bargain.
Edited by: "nbharadia" 14th May 2018
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