Oral-B Pro 2 2500 3D White Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with Travel Case £33.50 @ Amazon
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Oral-B Pro 2 2500 3D White Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with Travel Case £33.50 @ Amazon

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Found 12th Apr
Oral-B Pro 2 2500 3D White Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with Travel Case £33.50 in pink or black is available for £35.00 seems a good price, hope it helps someone
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This is double what I paid, this isn't a deal. It's the price it always was.
Danze198418 m ago

This is double what I paid, this isn't a deal. It's the price it always …This is double what I paid, this isn't a deal. It's the price it always was.


With a lithium battery? According to CCC this is cheap
good price with the travel case. heat added. if you don't need the case, I think Wilkinsons are selling these or £30 at the mo. They were at the weekend anyway as i picked one up and what a beast it is compared to my old electric toothbrush.
How long does the battery last and how long does it take to re-charge it?
The price is ok for this. Its the normal discounted price - well I paid £29.99, however taking into account inflation and brexit this is the new discounted price.

I have no idea what the inflated rrp price is and who buys it for that ridiculous amount but it seems all the battery toothbrush manufacturers are competing with each other as to who can price their product at the highest amount.

The battery is good for at least a week of regular use, or in my case for two weeks. I leave it charging overnight so I cant say how long it takes to charge. If it is flat I just use it like a regular toothbrush.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 12th Apr
Danze19846 h, 23 m ago

This is double what I paid, this isn't a deal. It's the price it always …This is double what I paid, this isn't a deal. It's the price it always was.


I very much doubt it: this is one of the newer models with Li-ion battery (charge lasts ~2 weeks). At the price you paid you probably have the 600 model, with Ni-Mh battery, on run-out; they're still around too.
Edited by: "Besford" 12th Apr
fiqqer56 m ago

The price is ok for this. its is the normal discounted price - well I …The price is ok for this. its is the normal discounted price - well I paid £29.99, however taking into account inflation and brexit this is the new discounted price.I have no idea what the inflated rrp price is and who buys it for that ridiculous amount but it seems all the battery toothbrush manufacturers are competing with each other as to who can price their product at the highest amount.The battery is good for at least a week of regular use, or in my case for two weeks. I leave it charging overnight so I cant say how long it takes to charge. If it is flat I just use it like a regular toothbrush.


Nothing to do with 'BREXIT' you remoaners use any opportunity to start trouble. Prices began going up well before we even voted for Brexit, products began shrinking 4-6 years a go.
Edited by: "TheEnglish909" 12th Apr
TheEnglish90916 m ago

Nothing to do with 'BREXIT' you remoaners use any opportunity to start …Nothing to do with 'BREXIT' you remoaners use any opportunity to start trouble. Prices began going up well before we even voted for Brexit, products began shrinking 4-6 years a go.



Not so - I paid £29.99 last year, not 4-6 years ago. It has gone up far more than the inflation rate.
been using oral b toothbrush for more than 2 years. very good investment! i will not go back to manual toothbrush
Price is ok...can be had quite often for £25-£30 though if you keep lookout. (Lithium ones)
Danze198412th Apr

This is double what I paid, this isn't a deal. It's the price it always …This is double what I paid, this isn't a deal. It's the price it always was.


Where did you purchase yours
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