Oral-B 3d White toothbrush heads - 4 pack - £8.99 / £8.54 S&S @ Amazon
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Oral-B 3d White toothbrush heads - 4 pack - £8.99 / £8.54 S&S @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Mar
Very close to the magic £2 per head optimum price.
Bear in mind you can get other types of oral-b heads for less, but IMO this is the best of the types I've tried.

May be cheaper on eBay, but good chance of fakes there.
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Thanks I need some.
8.99 in superdrug
Might not be much use here, but you can get some subscribe and save filler items from subscribeandsaved.com to get the full 15% discount
PLUS postage!
As OP said don’t go near eBay for the heads unless from a very repeatable seller, the last set I got were defiantly fakes - the plastic body moulding was slightly different and actually broke up in use !
If you are a member of Costco currently £13.78 inc Vat for 8 so £1.72 each. Until 1st April
Anyone know if these heads work on the tri brush?
Thanks 7.64 with the 15% off subscribe and save
Ta op good deal, ordered
Could be missing something but what is the point in these versus manual toothbrushes? I just buy the cheapest available toothbrush and Sainsburys basics toothpaste. My teeth are white and no fillings at 30 years old. According to the dentist my teeth are perfect (last June). I only go to the dentist every few years anyway.

Seems like just a way for dentists to make even more money. Presumably the fluoride in toothpaste is the thing that actually makes the difference.
Edited by: "odom" 24th Mar
puppydog164 h, 9 m ago

If you are a member of Costco currently £13.78 inc Vat for 8 so £1.72 e …If you are a member of Costco currently £13.78 inc Vat for 8 so £1.72 each. Until 1st April


Was just about to post that. Just got home from Costco.
OOS on Amazon now
Darius5 h, 15 m ago

Thanks 7.64 with the 15% off subscribe and save


It's showing £8.54 on Amazon for me ...

Interesting.
raf_shc3 h, 58 m ago

OOS on Amazon now


Not anymore ...

It's 'In Stock' now.

So try it again. :-)
amour3k5 m ago

It's showing £8.54 on Amazon for me ...Interesting.


£8.54 is 5% discount if you only have 4 or less subscribe and save items. You need to subscribe to 5 or more to get the 15% discount to £7.64.
odom21 h, 15 m ago

Could be missing something but what is the point in these versus manual …Could be missing something but what is the point in these versus manual toothbrushes? I just buy the cheapest available toothbrush and Sainsburys basics toothpaste. My teeth are white and no fillings at 30 years old. According to the dentist my teeth are perfect (last June). I only go to the dentist every few years anyway.Seems like just a way for dentists to make even more money. Presumably the fluoride in toothpaste is the thing that actually makes the difference.


As far as I know electric brushes with rotating heads are supposed to remove more plaque.
odom24th Mar

Could be missing something but what is the point in these versus manual …Could be missing something but what is the point in these versus manual toothbrushes? I just buy the cheapest available toothbrush and Sainsburys basics toothpaste. My teeth are white and no fillings at 30 years old. According to the dentist my teeth are perfect (last June). I only go to the dentist every few years anyway.Seems like just a way for dentists to make even more money. Presumably the fluoride in toothpaste is the thing that actually makes the difference.


Fundamentally, the way the brush moves makes it easier and better to clean your teeth. A manual toothbrush requires you to (very carefully and precisely) brush each tooth individually to ensure a proper clean. These electric brushes are designed in such a way that they conform to the tooth better and get closer to the gum line, doing a better job.

No amount of fluoride can do that for you and most people rarely have teeth as healthy as yours.
odom24th Mar

Could be missing something but what is the point in these versus manual …Could be missing something but what is the point in these versus manual toothbrushes? I just buy the cheapest available toothbrush and Sainsburys basics toothpaste. My teeth are white and no fillings at 30 years old. According to the dentist my teeth are perfect (last June). I only go to the dentist every few years anyway.Seems like just a way for dentists to make even more money. Presumably the fluoride in toothpaste is the thing that actually makes the difference.


Like the difference between a power jigsaw and manual i'd imagine.
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