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Oral-B Pro 2900 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush - Two Handle Pack - £49.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st Jun 2018
Oral-B Pro 2900 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush - Two Handle Pack - £49.99 @ Amazon
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Is this just the 2500 model but as a twin pack and only one charger?
Classic gendering products so you can sell double the number. Unless you're apart a lot, just buy one and swap the heads.
dahokolomoki21/06/2018 11:09

Is this just the 2500 model but as a twin pack and only one charger?


I would like this confirmed as well, but looking at the blurb further down the amazon product page, it looks like they are the '2000' series.

Edit: I think both the '2000' and '2500' series have Li-ion batteries and minimal difference - LINK. The comparison also suggests these will be the '2500' series.
Edited by: "Eotris" 21st Jun 2018
EndemicAlarm46 m ago

Classic gendering products so you can sell double the number. Unless …Classic gendering products so you can sell double the number. Unless you're apart a lot, just buy one and swap the heads.


You'll have to pretty much leave them on charge all the time if you do that. It's not a problem but I don't have plugs all over the bathroom.

They last about 7-8 days normally from a full charge brushing twice a day, that'll end up 3-4 with two people using it. The charge time from flat is also very long, typically 16 hours. I prefer my own and lasting a week before charging....
EndemicAlarm4 h, 0 m ago

Classic gendering products so you can sell double the number. Unless …Classic gendering products so you can sell double the number. Unless you're apart a lot, just buy one and swap the heads.


Would still be a good deal though £25 each, but it's not the Li-ion version so not quite so good a deal.
Eotris21/06/2018 11:59

I would like this confirmed as well, but looking at the blurb further down …I would like this confirmed as well, but looking at the blurb further down the amazon product page, it looks like they are the '2000' series.Edit: I think both the '2000' and '2500' series have Li-ion batteries and minimal difference - LINK. The comparison also suggests these will be the '2500' series.


No the ordinary 2000 and 2500 have Ni-Mh batteries.

It's the "Pro 2" versions that have the Li-ion batteries and they have a letter at the end too, like Pro 2 2000N, 2000W etc

EDIT: I see it does say Pro 2 on the photo but not in the description, Amazon is absolutely garbage with things like this, not clear at all. Judging by the complaints about battery life underneath though I'm guessing it's not Li-ion.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 21st Jun 2018
Cremoso9921/06/2018 15:15

No the ordinary 2000 and 2500 have Ni-Mh batteries.It's the "Pro 2" …No the ordinary 2000 and 2500 have Ni-Mh batteries.It's the "Pro 2" versions that have the Li-ion batteries and they have a letter at the end too, like Pro 2 2000N, 2000W etcEDIT: I see it does say Pro 2 on the photo but not in the description, Amazon is absolutely garbage with things like this, not clear at all. Judging by the complaints about battery life underneath though I'm guessing it's not Li-ion.


Yes, I should have made it clearer that my Li-ion assumption was based on the 'Pro 2' picture. AFAIK, the letter at the end just tells you what head comes with it: (N)ormal; (W)hitening; etc.
Edited by: "Eotris" 21st Jun 2018
Eotris9 m ago

Yes, I should have made it clearer that my Li-ion assumption was based on …Yes, I should have made it clearer that my Li-ion assumption was based on the 'Pro 2' picture. AFAIK, the letter at the end just tells you what head comes with it: (N)ormal; (W)hitening; etc.


It's confusing on there, the £35 blue one is Pro 2 and Li-on, the pink one by the description it could be either, the dual pack, the description is different to the picture.
Has anybody who ordered, has recieved it ?
Received today - it’s the “Pro 2” (li-ion) - bargain! Effectively, 2x 2500’s without travel case for £25 each.
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