Oral-B Genius 8000 Power Toothbrush @ Costco online (Free shipping) for £69.99
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Oral-B Genius 8000 Power Toothbrush @ Costco online (Free shipping) for £69.99

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Found 9th Apr
Oral-B Genius 8000 Power Toothbrush @ Costco online
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Yeah its a good deal and I'll give heat, but personally I'd just go for one of the cheaper ones when its on offer, the 3000 or something like that, just can't see any use in pointless extras like bluetooth.
As long as your Oral B has 3D brushing action the rest is just marketing nonsense, some of which will drive you mad. Do you really want to take your smartphone into the bathroom with your when you brush? Do you really want to have to select from several brushing 'modes' before you get on with the job?

600 model for £15-£20 is good if you don't mind charging each week (still plenty around) - otherwise spend about £30 when the 2000 with li-ion battery is on an offer for 2 weeks battery life. Anything more is waste (and my hygienist said so too)!
Edited by: "Besford" 9th Apr
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Supermod
Looks good - thanks @KatsudonVince
Great deal, paid £20 more in February.
Brilliant deal!!! Normal discounted price for this around 90-100
Do u need membership for this?
sethjee42 m ago

Do u need membership for this?


no - I just ordered.

tbh I'm not sure I'll ever use the bluetooth feature (though I do like having connected everything!) but it's a good deal and a need a new brush so this will do nicely - thanks OP
The Bluetooth feature on this is Just to give u feedback on brushing times? That right?
Yeah its a good deal and I'll give heat, but personally I'd just go for one of the cheaper ones when its on offer, the 3000 or something like that, just can't see any use in pointless extras like bluetooth.
Fantastic offer
As long as your Oral B has 3D brushing action the rest is just marketing nonsense, some of which will drive you mad. Do you really want to take your smartphone into the bathroom with your when you brush? Do you really want to have to select from several brushing 'modes' before you get on with the job?

600 model for £15-£20 is good if you don't mind charging each week (still plenty around) - otherwise spend about £30 when the 2000 with li-ion battery is on an offer for 2 weeks battery life. Anything more is waste (and my hygienist said so too)!
Edited by: "Besford" 9th Apr
Besford5 m ago

As long as your Oral B has 3D brushing action the rest is just marketing …As long as your Oral B has 3D brushing action the rest is just marketing nonsense, some of which will drive you mad. Do you really want to take your smartphone into the bathroom with your when you brush? Do you really want to have to select from several brushing 'modes' before you get on with the job?600 model for £15-£20 is good if you don't mind charging each week (still plenty around) - otherwise spend about £30 when the 2000 with li-ion battery is on an offer for 2 weeks battery life. Anything more is waste (and my hygienist said so too)!


I don't agree, the £20 jobs oscillate at half the speed, they're awful. The bluetooth bit is highly unnecessary (I've had this brush several years), it just takes you four times as long to brush your teeth setting it up. It's about as accurate as a wet fart too. But the quality of the brush itself is fantastic.
Edited by: "MSK." 9th Apr
My old 6000 had a nice little display which would give the basic timer and cleaning quadrant as a guide to where u need to do next....you'd think it's pointless, but it's quite a good prompt. Especially for the kids.

Does this new version work with the old displays? The smartphone bit is a bit of a hassle imo. I never used mine with my phone. I just replied on the little display.
In store too
yiu2 h, 16 m ago

My old 6000 had a nice little display which would give the basic timer and …My old 6000 had a nice little display which would give the basic timer and cleaning quadrant as a guide to where u need to do next....you'd think it's pointless, but it's quite a good prompt. Especially for the kids. Does this new version work with the old displays? The smartphone bit is a bit of a hassle imo. I never used mine with my phone. I just replied on the little display.


Nope. It still does the vibrating thing to tell you to swap every 30 seconds though.
Edited by: "MSK." 9th Apr
yiu2 h, 17 m ago

My old 6000 had a nice little display which would give the basic timer and …My old 6000 had a nice little display which would give the basic timer and cleaning quadrant as a guide to where u need to do next....you'd think it's pointless, but it's quite a good prompt. Especially for the kids. Does this new version work with the old displays? The smartphone bit is a bit of a hassle imo. I never used mine with my phone. I just replied on the little display.


I would miss the display a little too I have to say! I like getting a wink in the morning. Still considering going for this though as the battery on my old 6000 isn’t great
OOS
Seems like a lot of money to brush my teeth. And way too gadgety for the job.
yespleasesir15 m ago

Seems like a lot of money to brush my teeth. And way too gadgety for the …Seems like a lot of money to brush my teeth. And way too gadgety for the job.


It's a lot of money to brush the teeth. But it's no way a gadget. It does the job very well. I believe I use it at least 5 years now. Change complete set 2 times already.
Looks like I’m going in store then
Still seems a hell of a lot of money for a toothbrush. I’ve got an electric oral b something or other that cost me about £30. It’s done a decent enough job but to be honest I reckon if I’d carried on using the old manual style brushes I’d still have clean teeth.

Brush in posting does look very nice though op
Anyone know if it available in-store ?
Silly money for a toothbrush..at the end of the day you just clean your teeth with it..I'm looking one for good battery life and cheaper a
Edited by: "billy.bronco" 9th Apr
That's cheap. Latest model.
Out of stock. d.mn it, I just looking a new one and this is great price
Do you get the phone as well?
Edited by: "viniteng" 10th Apr
These are not great. I’m a big fan of gadgets but the novelty wore off after a week of this, so now I’m left with an expensive electric toothbrush. If you’re buying this for the app, save your penies
The bluetooth drains the battery too fast. Ended up turning bluetooth off on mine, so personally it's a waste of money.
MSK.16 h, 9 m ago

I don't agree, the £20 jobs oscillate at half the speed, they're awful.


I have both. The 2000 model has 2 speeds and the 600 model's single speed is between the two and perfectly adequate - as advised by professionals. Brushing too hard can be damaging too!
Item not found when I click the link or search on the site
I bought the oral b 650 pro from savers for 19.99 and it is brilliant. paying anymore for a toothbrush is a waste of money. if not at savers then it is available at amazon for a little more. It is simply brilliant. hope it helps someone

amazon.co.uk/Ora…-21
billy.bronco11 h, 32 m ago

Silly money for a toothbrush..at the end of the day you just clean your …Silly money for a toothbrush..at the end of the day you just clean your teeth with it..I'm looking one for good battery life and cheaper a


I got an oclean se recently for about 30 quid from ali express. It's so much better than my oral b one, can't remember the model (something in the mid range) I didn't think the ultrasonic ones were much cop having never tried one but it's actually excellent. Battery life is literally 2 months. Build quality is excellent. It has what feels like a ceramic coating on the plastic. Whatever it is nothing sticks to it so it's stayed incredibly clean since i got it. Had it 3 months. Charged once. Bluetooth is a bit of a gimmick imho but you can can customise the program and brushing time.
billy.bronco11 h, 32 m ago

Silly money for a toothbrush..at the end of the day you just clean your …Silly money for a toothbrush..at the end of the day you just clean your teeth with it..I'm looking one for good battery life and cheaper a


Agree. I got this a couple of weeks ago from savers as was on offer for £19.99. It is brilliant. battery lasts over a week.


amazon.co.uk/gp/…top
The link is not working and I searched for the product and is not available.
Besford9 h, 41 m ago

I have both. The 2000 model has 2 speeds and the 600 model's single speed …I have both. The 2000 model has 2 speeds and the 600 model's single speed is between the two and perfectly adequate - as advised by professionals. Brushing too hard can be damaging too!


Brushing hard and brushing fast aren't the same thing.
mrme9th Apr

I would miss the display a little too I have to say! I like getting a wink …I would miss the display a little too I have to say! I like getting a wink in the morning. Still considering going for this though as the battery on my old 6000 isn’t great


You can get someone on ebay and amazon to replace the battery for around £15-20. I did that for my old triumph toothbrush. Or you can buy a battery and fix it yourself (I didn't want the hassle of soldering it)
Edited by: "Ankit_Patel" 10th Apr
mrme9th Apr

I like getting a wink in the morning.

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