Oral-B Pro 2000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush £30 from £80 @ Asda
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Oral-B Pro 2000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush £30 from £80 @ Asda

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Found 18th Jan
They say the British are known for their good nature and their bad teeth, well now you only need to work on your nature as this toothbrush is reduced from £80 down to £30 you can walk into ASDA to pick it up also Amazon has the same price.

Hope this deal made you smile! :-)
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IWOOTN12 m ago

Same price on amazon


Yup, stated that above. From all good stockists starting with the letter "A".
Go for the 2500, it's the same but also comes with the travel case, normally £29.99 on Amazon
Just got one off eBay for 28. Cheers op
Got it from boots on the 3 for 2 so ended up being £20 each
WhkaffaBegum46 m ago

Got it from boots on the 3 for 2 so ended up being £20 each


Got it from super drugs £20 wirh tooth paste and £20 tcb so ended up being free
B&M last week was £14.99 picked up 3 for presents.
Paid £80 yesterday bargain, cleans teeth great
I bought one of these but the pink version. It is supposed to have the pressure sensor built in, however, I wanted to try that out to see if it worked, so pressed quite hard on my teeth and then the back of my hand, but it is not lighting up/flashing. I'm just wondering if my toothbrush is faulty - has anybody else got the pressure sensor to work and if so, how hard did you have to brush your teeth so that it did work? Thank you.
Sophiasky20th Jan

I bought one of these but the pink version. It is supposed to have the …I bought one of these but the pink version. It is supposed to have the pressure sensor built in, however, I wanted to try that out to see if it worked, so pressed quite hard on my teeth and then the back of my hand, but it is not lighting up/flashing. I'm just wondering if my toothbrush is faulty - has anybody else got the pressure sensor to work and if so, how hard did you have to brush your teeth so that it did work? Thank you.


You don’t have to press that hard to get it to light up. Could be faulty.
WhkaffaBegum6 m ago

You don’t have to press that hard to get it to light up. Could be faulty.


I've charged the brush up now and tried pressing it on the back of my hand again. I'm quite surprised as to how hard you have to press before the light comes on - I don't usually press anywhere near that hard on my teeth.
Make sure you get the Pro 2 2000 model. The older version is identical looking and is called the Pro 2000 (not Pro 2 2000). The newer model has a Lithium Ion battery that lasts twice as long before needing to be recharged. I suspect that some of the cheap deals mentioned above were actually for the old model.
Can get it cheaper from the tax dodging fake news publisher Jeff Bezos for £23 on amazon (£30 - £1 promo - £6 promo if buying £30 gift card).
what is the diff between 2000N and 2000 - same as pro 2?
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