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Oral B electric toothbrush pro 2 2200N £30 Tesco instore
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Oral B electric toothbrush pro 2 2200N £30 Tesco instore

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Posted 7th Jan 2019Available: NationalEdited by:"olimacfarlane"

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It's the pro 2 with a free tooth paste, normally £80 and on half price to £40 fairly regularly. But for £30 and a toothpaste this is decent.

In-store Tesco St Austell with loads of stock, hopefully nationwide
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I picked this up in my local.

It's a pro 2 2000 model toothbrush with a free pack of toothpaste. Li-on battery.

Love it!
No brush does better cleaning than the manual ones, I fall victim to these and ruin my tooth & gums, only due to poor cleaning over time, I trusted these since so-called dentists were coming in tv adds to promote these.

Glad I got me tooth & gums health back to original health since I stop these con brushes.
Just FYI: I paid £20 for a Pro 2 2500N in Boots, last week. A far better deal if stock can still be found.
princeprecious07/01/2019 13:44

No brush does better cleaning than the manual ones, I fall victim to these …No brush does better cleaning than the manual ones, I fall victim to these and ruin my tooth & gums, only due to poor cleaning over time, I trusted these since so-called dentists were coming in tv adds to promote these.Glad I got me tooth & gums health back to original health since I stop these con brushes.


Rubbish statement I'm afraid. Try asking YOUR dentist. These are far more effecient.
Edited by: "JayDubya" 7th Jan 2019
JayDubya15 m ago

Rubbish statement I'm afraid. Try asking YOUR dentist. These are far more …Rubbish statement I'm afraid. Try asking YOUR dentist. These are far more effecient.



I agree, I got one for Christmas and its great. This one has two speeds so if you find it rough on your gums there's a softer mode. Also, only had to charge it once since xmas (brushing twice daily like a good boy )
A few month ago this would have been great, as lots of us were waiting for the £30 amazon deal. However, since Xmas this year much better deals have been around. e.g. Boots still have the brush -here- for £20 (though currently OOS) - It doesn't come with toothpaste, but it does come with travel case (Which is basically £3 vs £10) - Much better value.

Also, the person saying these are terrible for you... I was told by my dentist to get this specific range (said higher models not worth the cash) - at least 50% better than manual brushing.
HysteriaSees07/01/2019 15:00

A few month ago this would have been great, as lots of us were waiting for …A few month ago this would have been great, as lots of us were waiting for the £30 amazon deal. However, since Xmas this year much better deals have been around. e.g. Boots still have the brush -here- for £20 (though currently OOS) - It doesn't come with toothpaste, but it does come with travel case (Which is basically £3 vs £10) - Much better value. Also, the person saying these are terrible for you... I was told by my dentist to get this specific range (said higher models not worth the cash) - at least 50% better than manual brushing.



That boots deal says OOS (as you said) with no plans to get anymore stock. I think that is the last model of Pro without the new Li-on batteries which are amazing as the RRP says £40 instead of £80.

Boots latest deals are boots.com/oral-b-pro-2000-rechargeable-electric-toothbrush-powered-by-braun-10176433 currently at £40 with no added extras
JayDubya4 h, 12 m ago

Rubbish statement I'm afraid. Try asking YOUR dentist. These are far more …Rubbish statement I'm afraid. Try asking YOUR dentist. These are far more effecient.


Exactly what I was going to say. My own dentist recommends electric toothbrushes and after I used them for about afew months he said how amazing my teeth were. I think the original commenter should take the recommendation of the person who’s done the 4 year dentistry degree.
olimacfarlane2 h, 5 m ago

That boots deal says OOS (as you said) with no plans to get anymore stock. …That boots deal says OOS (as you said) with no plans to get anymore stock. I think that is the last model of Pro without the new Li-on batteries which are amazing as the RRP says £40 instead of £80.Boots latest deals are https://www.boots.com/oral-b-pro-2000-rechargeable-electric-toothbrush-powered-by-braun-10176433 currently at £40 with no added extras


No that's wrong, the models at boots were latest, (Pro 2 & 3) including li-on batteries (which were also on last year's models anyway). They merely had Christmas themed stickers on, hence them wanting to clear stock. Worth checking shelves locally.
No argument about £30 probably being the current best price generally.
JayDubya07/01/2019 13:46

Rubbish statement I'm afraid. Try asking YOUR dentist. These are far more …Rubbish statement I'm afraid. Try asking YOUR dentist. These are far more effecient.


You choose what is best for you.
May be I have tilted tooth so manual is always serves the best.
There is no need I can see at all here for being rude to others experience.
princeprecious1 h, 1 m ago

You choose what is best for you.May be I have tilted tooth so manual is …You choose what is best for you.May be I have tilted tooth so manual is always serves the best.There is no need I can see at all here for being rude to others experience.


There's was nothing rude in my statement so don't play that one. Blunt maybe, sorry for that.
Your statement is too general if you're only talking about your own teeth. Of course, if they don't work for you then manual is best. Did you try just this brand? Some say they differ, but I've only tried these. I know someone who can't use them as they vibrate his teeth!
Some swear by Water flossers. No physical contact at all of course. I've seen one on this site recently.
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