Oral B Power Refills Cross Action 8 per pack [Morrisons Groceries/Amazon Prime] - £15
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Oral B Power Refills Cross Action 8 per pack [Morrisons Groceries/Amazon Prime] - £15

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Found 20th Dec 2017

As one of Oral-B's premium replacement toothbrush heads, the


CrossAction features precise angles that target plaque to remove up to


100% more plaque vs. a regular manual toothbrush. The shape of Oral-B


CrossAction toothbrush head features specifically engineered bristles


that are designed for optimal tooth coverage. The unique 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 8x Oral-B CrossAction


Electric Replacement Toothbrush Heads.

Perfectly angled to reach deep between teeth, Bristles clean


tooth by tooth to help remove up to 100% plaque, Indicator bristles fade


as a sign to replace your toothbrush head for a better clean,


Compatible with the entire lineup of Oral-B electric toothbrushes,


except for Oral-B sonic toothbrushes, Oral-B #1 brand used by dentists


worldwide






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Heat from me.
These are great.
Purchased 4 from boots last week for £11.99
lamboo2 m ago

Heat from me.These are great.Purchased 4 from boots last week for £11.99 …Heat from me.These are great.Purchased 4 from boots last week for £11.99



Cheers i'm waiting for either 5000 or 6000/6500 to drop in price to purchase
there's a £2 coupon on one of the sites too
Heat added. Much cheapness 😬
How long does a single head last? Trying to work out whether electric toothbrush are a) worth it for the teeth and b) plausible (read: not ridiculously more expensive long term in terms of cost of heads in comparison to a standard toothbrush)
£9.50 for 4 in Wilkos Coalville.
mrkhal1l4 h, 57 m ago

How long does a single head last? Trying to work out whether electric …How long does a single head last? Trying to work out whether electric toothbrush are a) worth it for the teeth and b) plausible (read: not ridiculously more expensive long term in terms of cost of heads in comparison to a standard toothbrush)


My dentist told me to change the head as often as a normal toothbrush. So, every 3-5 months for me.
BigBlueDot1 h, 26 m ago

My dentist told me to change the head as often as a normal toothbrush. So, …My dentist told me to change the head as often as a normal toothbrush. So, every 3-5 months for me.


Thanks, that sounds quite reasonable actually!

Any recommendations for a good entry point into the world of electric toothbrushes, that is good bang for buck?
@mrkhal1l

After spending a lot of time at the dentist in the past few months (and not wanting to do that ever again), I'm upgrading to an electric toothbrush as there seem to be clear benefits vs. a manual. I've done a lot of research and my thoughts are below:

- 2 main types: Sonic (Philips) and Oscillating-Rotating (Oral B) - benefits to both but it is a personal choice
- Lots of different levels, features and prices - there are some dentist blog sites on the web that go into more detail on the differences and benefits and comparisons.
- If you want to focus on specific aspects of dental care (e.g. gums, sensitive teeth), you can swap out the heads of the toothbrush as per OP.
- The key features for me were a pressure sensor (brushing too hard hurts the gums and removes enamel); rechargeable power; timer (to ensure I am brushing enough); a good and thorough clean; reasonable price; travel case to keep the brush clean and protected if you don't keep it in the bathroom.
- If you pay more, you can get things like Bluetooth connectivity, teeth mapping to an app etc whcih I found superfluous and not worth the money.

Based on my reasons above, I went for an Oral B Pro 2 2500 (currently £30 with both Amazon and Asda) which fulfilled my requirements above and was reasonably priced. The 3000 (next one up) is about £45.

Hope this helps you.
Just this morning I was thinking to myself, whilst brushing, that I need some new heads. Thanks OP
I bought these recently .... really good quality and price. Been using one for about 2 months now, and it’s still working fine ...

amazon.co.uk/Son…1IK

Each brush comes with its own plastic cover too.
mrkhal1l10 h, 10 m ago

Thanks, that sounds quite reasonable actually!Any recommendations for a …Thanks, that sounds quite reasonable actually!Any recommendations for a good entry point into the world of electric toothbrushes, that is good bang for buck?


I've got the Oral-B 2000 and 3000N. They're good enough, the latest models have Li-ON batteries which have a much longer charge than the old models. Just wait for the frequent price drops.
I've had a Philips Sonic care before, didn't like it as much as the Oral-B.
Edited by: "BigBlueDot" 20th Dec 2017
johnrs6 h, 5 m ago

Just this morning I was thinking to myself, whilst brushing, that I need …Just this morning I was thinking to myself, whilst brushing, that I need some new heads. Thanks OP



Cheers
Online only. Can I purchase to collect in store this item only?
BigBlueDot5 h, 17 m ago

I've got the Oral-B 2000 and 3000N. They're good enough, the latest models …I've got the Oral-B 2000 and 3000N. They're good enough, the latest models have Li-ON batteries which have a much longer charge than the old models. Just wait for the frequent price drops.I've had a Philips Sonic care before, didn't like it as much as the Oral-B.


I'll keep an eye out for some Oral-B ones.

Thanks again
mrkhal1l12 h, 5 m ago

I'll keep an eye out for some Oral-B ones. Thanks again


If you want Bluetooth one then 4000 would be good for you
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