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Oral-B Pro 2 2900 Toothbrush Twin Set @ Waitrose & Partners £40
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Oral-B Pro 2 2900 Toothbrush Twin Set @ Waitrose & Partners £40

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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Oral-B Pro 2 2900 Electric Toothbrush Twin pack. Having missed out on the Boots £20 offer posted on HUKD for single toothbrush, found this twin set for £40. Based on review comments, this seems to also have Lithium battery. And with free collections needing £40 min spend, this works out good.
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Delivery option is abit pants but ok if local to a Waitrose
A massive 1p more expensive then Amazon!!!
Good find OP but went for Amazon
Best off buying 2 of the 2500n brushes for £20 each.

Get 2 charges and 2 cases.
moneybanks1427/12/2019 09:18

Best off buying 2 of the 2500n brushes for £20 each.Get 2 charges and 2 …Best off buying 2 of the 2500n brushes for £20 each.Get 2 charges and 2 cases.


Cannot find any for £20, where did you see them? Thanks for your help
Red.Snapper27/12/2019 10:32

Cannot find any for £20, where did you see them? Thanks for your help


Boots
moneybanks1427/12/2019 10:39

Boots



Thanks, currently out of stock but will keep an eye to see if they come back in
Red.Snapper27/12/2019 10:50

Thanks, currently out of stock but will keep an eye to see if they come …Thanks, currently out of stock but will keep an eye to see if they come back in


Loads instore
Lloyd’s Pharmacy have them for £18 each with their own charger so don’t need to share it. But I’m not sure if they are the same model
moneybanks1427/12/2019 10:54

Loads instore


not quite as i found one in a local store as ive got 2 local stores but they scanned & wanted £39.98 for one & refused to even budge on that even when i told them it was £20 online
pinkpanther12327/12/2019 15:08

Lloyd’s Pharmacy have them for £18 each with their own charger so don’t nee …Lloyd’s Pharmacy have them for £18 each with their own charger so don’t need to share it. But I’m not sure if they are the same model


No - base model that doesn’t even have a lithium battery.
Oli-j28/12/2019 04:36

No - base model that doesn’t even have a lithium battery.


Hence the price.
Oli-j28/12/2019 04:36

No - base model that doesn’t even have a lithium battery.


Tbh on a toothbrush li ion vs nicd has no real advantages.

Most people brush once a day and leave it on charge the rest of the time.. so usually charge for 23 hrs and 57 minutes lol.

Only bad thing is the lack of pressure sensor.
Edited by: "whosthatlol" 28th Dec 2019
whosthatlol28/12/2019 08:50

Tbh on a toothbrush li ion vs nicd has no real advantages.Most people …Tbh on a toothbrush li ion vs nicd has no real advantages.Most people brush once a day and leave it on charge the rest of the time.. so usually charge for 23 hrs and 57 minutes lol.Only bad thing is the lack of pressure sensor.


I'd actually say "most" people don't leave them on charge. Unsightly wires, energy usage and razor chargers buzz.

I'm looking for the 20 quid pro 2 deal for the 2 week battery.. because my current oral b lasts about 3 days now.
trickytree198428/12/2019 09:34

I'd actually say "most" people don't leave them on charge. Unsightly …I'd actually say "most" people don't leave them on charge. Unsightly wires, energy usage and razor chargers buzz. I'm looking for the 20 quid pro 2 deal for the 2 week battery.. because my current oral b lasts about 3 days now.



thats what im looking for as mines even older & is barely lasting a week so deffo want the £20 deal
whosthatlol28/12/2019 08:50

Tbh on a toothbrush li ion vs nicd has no real advantages.Most people …Tbh on a toothbrush li ion vs nicd has no real advantages.Most people brush once a day and leave it on charge the rest of the time.. so usually charge for 23 hrs and 57 minutes lol.Only bad thing is the lack of pressure sensor.


I’d disagree with that completely. Both in terms of most people leaving it on charge and the lack of advantages. Having had both the Lithium last much better, and don’t slowly get weaker as they lose charge. They keep going at full power, then die very quickly. Means you’re always getting a proper clean. They also have a much better deterioration rate. More charges in their life before they just won’t hold a charge. Lithium is better than Nickel in every single way.
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