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Oral-B 650 electric tooth brush - £10 Instore @ LIDL (Nottingham)
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Oral-B 650 electric tooth brush - £10 Instore @ LIDL (Nottingham)

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Posted 1st FebAvailable: East Midlands (Nottingham)

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Not sure if this is country wide but Lidl are selling the above in just pink i think (as that is all that was left) this was in River side Nottingham store.

They normally are 19.99 which is a good price anyway for these in my opinion as I've generally seen them for lots more.
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Not the best Oral B (that's the Pro2 2000 for £30) but this is a good price for the old technology Ni-mh ones.
Edited by: "Besford" 2nd Feb
Besford01/02/2020 21:08

Not the best Oral B (that's the Pro2 2000 for £30) but thois is a good …Not the best Oral B (that's the Pro2 2000 for £30) but thois is a good price for the old technology Ni-mh ones.


What's the difference, cleaning teeth wise? Does the motor clean your teeth better? And last longer? It is just the batteries ? do the batteries last longer overall?
my last 600 had been going just over 2 years. I got told by my hygienist you needed to think about replacng them every 2 years as the vibration inside wears.

I presume if that's the case for the pro 2 would battery tech come into it?
lynchnigel01/02/2020 21:55

What's the difference, cleaning teeth wise? Does the motor clean your …What's the difference, cleaning teeth wise? Does the motor clean your teeth better? And last longer? It is just the batteries ? do the batteries last longer overall?my last 600 had been going just over 2 years. I got told by my hygienist you needed to think about replacng them every 2 years as the vibration inside wears.I presume if that's the case for the pro 2 would battery tech come into it?


Main benefit is Li-ion battery (2 weeks charge) but they do seem a bit more powerful too. They are also 2 speed (of limited use I think) and have a pressure sensor to warn if you're pressing too hard (useful).
Besford02/02/2020 01:05

Main benefit is Li-ion battery (2 weeks charge) but they do seem a bit …Main benefit is Li-ion battery (2 weeks charge) but they do seem a bit more powerful too. They are also 2 speed (of limited use I think) and have a pressure sensor to warn if you're pressing too hard (useful).


I must admit mine last 2 weeks with this 600, so personally i think I'm happy with my 10 quid toothbrushs s I've brought two thanks for your input
Not in central London.

Kindest regards
Besford01/02/2020 21:08

Not the best Oral B (that's the Pro2 2000 for £30) but this is a good …Not the best Oral B (that's the Pro2 2000 for £30) but this is a good price for the old technology Ni-mh ones.


Which is the best value for money Oral-b at the mo then? Cheers
rolstherat04/02/2020 22:11

Which is the best value for money Oral-b at the mo then? Cheers


If you can get a Pro2 2000 for under £35 then it's probably the best balance of price and performance. Tesco had one with a tube of toothpaste for £32 (called Pro2 2200) recently - don't know id it's still current. ASDA has been a good source too.
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