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Oral-B CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Replacement Heads Powered by Braun - Pack of 5 - £8.55 (Prime) £13.04 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Oral-B CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Replacement Heads Powered by Braun - Pack of 5 - £8.55 (Prime) £13.04 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Mar

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Good price, few weeks dispatch time but not normally a item u need urgently
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  • Designed with dentists for a superior clean verses a manual brush
  • The enhanced brush head from Oral-B, No.1 brand recommended by dentists in the UK and worldwide
  • Perfectly angled bristles remove up to 100% more plaque verses a manual brush
  • Round head cleans better for healthier gums in 30 days verses a manual toothbrush
  • Compatible with the entire line-up of Oral-B electric toothbrushes, except for Oral-B sonic toothbrushes


    As one of Oral-B's premium replacement toothbrush heads, the CrossAction features precise angles that target plaque to remove up to 100 per cent plaque versus a regular manual toothbrush. The shape of Oral-B CrossAction toothbrush head features specifically engineered bristles that are designed for optimal tooth coverage. The bristles reach deep between teeth to remove plaque and leave your whole mouth cleaner than a regular manual toothbrush. Compatible with Oral-B Genius 8000, 9000. Compatible with Oral-B PRO 600, 650, 1000, 2000, 2500, 3000, 4000, 4900, 5000, 6000, 6500, 7000. Compatible with all Oral-B Vitality and Vitality Plus Variants. Each order comes with 5x Oral-B CrossAction Electric Replacement Toothbrush Heads.
Good price if you're not in a hurry. Amazon webpage states in stock on April 11 2020. After ordering estimated delivery is 15 May 2020.

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Nice one, just started on my last one yesterday. Heat
Are these genuine oral b? A lot of reviews saying they are fake
Adam112326/03/2020 13:08

Are these genuine oral b? A lot of reviews saying they are fake


How many of those reviewers got them from 3rd parties though, rather than from Amazon themselves?
Ordered Thanks, 15/05/20 for delivery.
Thats ok I have 7 left at the moment.
Are these genuine oral b ?.


Should be Ive never had issues when bying direct from Amazon.
Ordered - excellent find!
Being sold by Amazon - not a third-party seller, so positive these will be genuine.
Edited by: "pauldh4" 26th Mar
Very good price. Heat
Ordered. Heat.
Orders. 15th May delivery. I can wait. Cheers op.
Ordered. Thanks for posting
Thanks ordered some.
Thanks
Ordered, thanks.
Got these when they were down to £8.95 at the start of February, said 6 week wait but dispatched a lot sooner and they are genuine
Cheers OP!

Ordered and will wait ... at home
Ordered thank you
Thanks OP, excellent price, delivery 29/04
Nice one!
Still on our last lot, bought in November last year pack of 8 for £10.99
jewelie26/03/2020 13:24

How many of those reviewers got them from 3rd parties though, rather than …How many of those reviewers got them from 3rd parties though, rather than from Amazon themselves?



Amazon can ship you a product they were supplied by a third party seller even if Amazon was the seller. They call it "inventory comingling".
Do these also fit the sonicaires?
Up to £12.50 now .Grrr
Was about to order but 12.50 now..
bigwheels26/03/2020 13:34

Are these genuine oral b ?.Should be Ive never had issues when bying …Are these genuine oral b ?.Should be Ive never had issues when bying direct from Amazon.


I bought some a few years ago from Amazon. When using, one broke and cut my gum and cheek. I contacted Proctor and Gamble who were very efficient and sent me a pre paid envelope and a form to fill in.
Turns out that they were counterfeit. When I contacted the third party seller, he apologised but unfortunately he couldn't remember where he bought the stock from
Since then I have always bought from high street shops or Costco
Maybe I was just unlucky??
I can see why these got so much heat to the extent they ultimately sold out of stock! This is an excellent price for them. I think I bought a pack of 2 replacement from B&M for maybe £3-4 but every other time I have seen them they are really expensive.

That said though, they are worth the price and getting an electric toothbrush; my dentist said he could tell that I'd started cleaning my teeth a lot better when I started with mine
Coming up at £12.50
Bier27/03/2020 11:17

Amazon can ship you a product they were supplied by a third party seller …Amazon can ship you a product they were supplied by a third party seller even if Amazon was the seller. They call it "inventory comingling".


Evidence please. I understood that, yes, at one point in the past they used to co-mingle their own stock with 3rd party stock but that that policy changed and I've seen no evidence that this is still the case now. I understand that only FBA stuff is co-mingled, and only if the seller agrees to it (which few do, for exactly this reason.)
Edited by: "jewelie" 29th Mar
Petereef27/03/2020 15:59

I bought some a few years ago from Amazon. When using, one broke and cut …I bought some a few years ago from Amazon. When using, one broke and cut my gum and cheek. I contacted Proctor and Gamble who were very efficient and sent me a pre paid envelope and a form to fill in.Turns out that they were counterfeit. When I contacted the third party seller, he apologised but unfortunately he couldn't remember where he bought the stock from Since then I have always bought from high street shops or CostcoMaybe I was just unlucky??



You say they were "from Amazon" and then mention the "third party seller"? So you mean you bought them from a third party seller via a listing on Amazon, rather than buying them from Amazon themselves?

The ones in this deal are not just a third party selling on Amazon, they are being sold *by* Amazon.
Petereef27/03/2020 15:59

I bought some a few years ago from Amazon. When using, one broke and cut …I bought some a few years ago from Amazon. When using, one broke and cut my gum and cheek. I contacted Proctor and Gamble who were very efficient and sent me a pre paid envelope and a form to fill in.Turns out that they were counterfeit. When I contacted the third party seller, he apologised but unfortunately he couldn't remember where he bought the stock from Since then I have always bought from high street shops or CostcoMaybe I was just unlucky??


You brought from a third party seller who had listed on amazon.....you never bought from amazon themselves.
jewelie29/03/2020 02:19

Evidence please. I understood that, yes, at one point in the past they …Evidence please. I understood that, yes, at one point in the past they used to co-mingle their own stock with 3rd party stock but that that policy changed and I've seen no evidence that this is still the case now. I understand that only FBA stuff is co-mingled, and only if the seller agrees to it (which few do, for exactly this reason.)



No evidence - I'm sure you're right.
How do you find out what the current policy is for Amazon commingling their own stock/listings?
Bier29/03/2020 12:19

No evidence - I'm sure you're right.How do you find out what the current …No evidence - I'm sure you're right.How do you find out what the current policy is for Amazon commingling their own stock/listings?


With extreme difficulty it seems! And sorry for being sharp with you.

I've been searching and I can only reliable references for co-mingling for 3rd party sellers, and only rumours for co-mingling with their own inventory, at least within the last 6 years or so.

Frankly, from a legal perspective, it would be far too risky for Amazon to risk co-mingling (at least, on purpose) with their own stock as the only reason they can keep making money from 3rd party sellers selling counterfeit gear is because they've got the "it's not our fault, guv, blame the seller" excuse.

The "Fullfilled by Amazon" really messed things up and confused matters, as that's where the co-mingling went on and that wording looks awful like "Sold by Amazon". Looking around, even most 3rd party sellers seem to avoid the hell out of the co-mingling option now it seems, for precisely this risk of getting in to trouble for someone else's counterfeit stock.

I really wish Amazon would let you filter reviews between "Sold by Amazon" and 3rd parties, that would help loads.

I ordered these brushes. But even given what I've said, I'll still be carefully inspecting the items and the packaging to see if it's genuine, but that's because I'm naturally pretty cynical and suspicious rather than for any logical reason.

Julie
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satyris27/03/2020 17:25

I can see why these got so much heat to the extent they ultimately sold …I can see why these got so much heat to the extent they ultimately sold out of stock! This is an excellent price for them. I think I bought a pack of 2 replacement from B&M for maybe £3-4 but every other time I have seen them they are really expensive.That said though, they are worth the price and getting an electric toothbrush; my dentist said he could tell that I'd started cleaning my teeth a lot better when I started with mine


Yeah. My dentist nagged me to get one. I'm really glad we did. We went with with the ubercheap Oral B £8 AA battery powered ones and use rechargable AA batteries (which seem to last a good month or two between charges.) Even for such a basic budget model it works so very very well, very impressed!
Edited by: "jewelie" 29th Mar
jewelie29/03/2020 13:13

Yeah. My dentist nagged me to get one. I'm really glad we did. We went …Yeah. My dentist nagged me to get one. I'm really glad we did. We went with with the ubercheap Oral B £8 AA battery powered ones and use rechargable AA batteries (which seem to last a good month or two between charges.) Even for such a basic budget model it works so very very well, very impressed!


Absolutely, I started with a 500 or an 800, one that you cannot replace the battery (well, easily anyway) and then when that stopped charging, I went for a 3000 because it was on offer thanks to an alert I set on here!
Despite the initial estimated delivery date of May 15 mine just arrived this afternoon. Works out £1.71 per head which is a bargain. I have no concerns about the authenticity of them either. Thank you.

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