ORAL B ELECTRIC TOOTH BRUSH home bargains £5.99 INCLUDED DURACEL BATTERY
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ORAL B ELECTRIC TOOTH BRUSH home bargains £5.99 INCLUDED DURACEL BATTERY

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Found 25th Oct
Now before anyone votes cold I've had both electric and battery operated on the past! And currently using battery operated! I find them far more superior and especially being as lately there's been some great deals on here for batteries.... Remember not everyone has a plug in bathroom and it looks untidy charging anywhere else.

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This toothbrush is rubbish btw....it .mainly just vibrates to not much affect lol...

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woodward0073 m ago

This toothbrush is rubbish btw....it .mainly just vibrates to not much …This toothbrush is rubbish btw....it .mainly just vibrates to not much affect lol...

Talking c*** just tested it

Great price for a decent brush, and mine lasted 10 years, kept the dentist at bay.

Fantastic travel replacement if you don't want to drag charger with you. HOT

Same price on Amazon for those with Prime: Link

Does tend to be around this price quite often, it isn't quite as powerful as a regular (built-in) battery tooth brush but the smaller size and replaceable AA batteries make this a great travel brush for me.

If used every day I get about 4-6 weeks out of this brush on a good pair of rechargeable AAs, whereas only about 5-8 days between recharges on my regular Oral-B electric toothbrush.

Hot from me!

jamesakabob1 m ago

Same price on Amazon for those with Prime: LinkDoes tend to be around this …Same price on Amazon for those with Prime: LinkDoes tend to be around this price quite often, it isn't quite as powerful as a regular (built-in) battery tooth brush but the smaller size and replaceable AA batteries make this a great travel brush for me.If used every day I get about 4-6 weeks out of this brush on a good pair of rechargeable AAs, whereas only about 5-8 days between recharges on my regular Oral-B electric toothbrush.Hot from me!


Oh, and it takes all the same heads as a regular Oral-B, noice!

great brush, I use rechargeable batteries in mine. Don't know what poster is on about it vibrating, it defiantly swirls as toothpaste etc flies off everywhere if your not careful.
I got mine in B&m last year, they are £6.99 in there now.

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MonkeysUncle2 h, 7 m ago

great brush, I use rechargeable batteries in mine. Don't know what poster …great brush, I use rechargeable batteries in mine. Don't know what poster is on about it vibrating, it defiantly swirls as toothpaste etc flies off everywhere if your not careful.I got mine in B&m last year, they are £6.99 in there now.

I didn't say it was vibrating lol I uploaded the deal. The first commenter did

Yeah, handy for travel but it's NOT a valid alternative to a decent rechargeable: you need a 3D brush, the simplest being the 600 model at £50 but regularly reduced to £20.

Oh, and you'll find after a while that the seal on the battery door makes it almost impossible to remove and replace; keep it lubricated if you can.
Edited by: "Besford" 25th Oct

Thanks OP I have both electric and one of these for travel Really good for a battery toothbrush. A decent price as well, cheapest I have seen them is £5
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