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Oral B Pro 3000 Cross Action Electric Toothbrush for £45 at superdrug
Oral B Pro 3000 Cross Action Electric Toothbrush for £45 at superdrug

Oral B Pro 3000 Cross Action Electric Toothbrush for £45 at superdrug

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Oral B Pro 3000 Cross Action Electric Toothbrush for £45
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£44.98 on amazon

Literally no difference between this and the 2500, which also comes with the travel case. All you're getting extra is the additional brush head. But you can spend less than the difference buying a pack of 4.

I did a comparison with my Oral B electric toothbrush and a standard hand powered toothbrush, I used disclosing solution and timed 2 minutes, what I found consistently was that the electric toothbrush was in fact absolutely no better than the hand powered toothbrush, this prompted me to throw my electric toothbrush in the bin, this is true I did throw it in the bin, I doubt it had any resale value anyway. What I'm illustrating is a £1.49 hand powered brush from the Co-op was equally good if not better than the Oral B.

This is the liquid used >

TePe 30 ml Plaq Search Disclosing Solution

Once I'd done this experiment for myself I realised that as usual most of what we assume isn't true. A standard toothbrush is cheap and effective. Also if you say aha what about the 2 minute timer gizmo in the electric toothbrush, I come back at you with this for 69p >

Kids Toothbrush Timer ~ 2 Minute Smiley Sand Timer for Brushing Children's Teeth (Blue)

I'm not a kid even if I do write like one, for just over £2 I have an effective tooth brushing system. I know people won't like it when they've invested many £'s in their electric toothbrush, but so did I and I wasn't afraid to kick that sucker to the bin. I never have to charge up the toothbrush, no replacing heads which cost more than my £1.49 brush. When my brush needs replacing it's £1.49 again or there-a-bouts. Everyday I win with this method.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 4th Jul

fishmaster

I did a comparison with my Oral B electric toothbrush and a standard hand … I did a comparison with my Oral B electric toothbrush and a standard hand powered toothbrush, I used disclosing solution and timed 2 minutes, what I found consistently was that the electric toothbrush was in fact absolutely no better than the hand powered toothbrush, this prompted me to throw my electric toothbrush in the bin, this is true I did throw it in the bin, I doubt it had any resale value anyway. What I'm illustrating is a £1.49 hand powered brush from the Co-op was equally good if not better than the Oral B. This is the liquid used >TePe 30 ml Plaq Search Disclosing SolutionOnce I'd done this experiment for myself I realised that as usual most of what we assume isn't true. A standard toothbrush is cheap and effective. Also if you say aha what about the 2 minute timer gizmo in the electric toothbrush, I come back at you with this for 69p >Kids Toothbrush Timer ~ 2 Minute Smiley Sand Timer for Brushing Children's Teeth (Blue)I'm not a kid even if I do write like one, for just over £2 I have an effective tooth brushing system. I know people won't like it when they've invested many £'s in their electric toothbrush, but so did I and I wasn't afraid to kick that sucker to the bin. I never have to charge up the toothbrush, no replacing heads which cost more than my £1.49 brush. When my brush needs replacing it's £1.49 again or there-a-bouts. Everyday I win with this method.



But what about the parts you can't see or where the disclosing tablets didn't work, our dentist who doesn't sell oral b recommends them over another brand he stocks and every dentist you speak to recommends a power brush over the manual, even if it's just for gum care.

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But what about the parts you can't see or where the disclosing tablets … But what about the parts you can't see or where the disclosing tablets didn't work, our dentist who doesn't sell oral b recommends them over another brand he stocks and every dentist you speak to recommends a power brush over the manual, even if it's just for gum care.



I suggest looking at the Oral B Genius 9000, that's about as innovative as a toothbrush can get currently. Anyway I'm sticking with my standard non electric, hopefully the plaque isn't sticking around either.

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Edited by: "fishmaster" 4th Jul

fishmaster

I did a comparison with my Oral B electric toothbrush and a standard hand … I did a comparison with my Oral B electric toothbrush and a standard hand powered toothbrush, I used disclosing solution and timed 2 minutes, what I found consistently was that the electric toothbrush was in fact absolutely no better than the hand powered toothbrush, this prompted me to throw my electric toothbrush in the bin, this is true I did throw it in the bin, I doubt it had any resale value anyway. What I'm illustrating is a £1.49 hand powered brush from the Co-op was equally good if not better than the Oral B. This is the liquid used >TePe 30 ml Plaq Search Disclosing SolutionOnce I'd done this experiment for myself I realised that as usual most of what we assume isn't true. A standard toothbrush is cheap and effective. Also if you say aha what about the 2 minute timer gizmo in the electric toothbrush, I come back at you with this for 69p >Kids Toothbrush Timer ~ 2 Minute Smiley Sand Timer for Brushing Children's Teeth (Blue)I'm not a kid even if I do write like one, for just over £2 I have an effective tooth brushing system. I know people won't like it when they've invested many £'s in their electric toothbrush, but so did I and I wasn't afraid to kick that sucker to the bin. I never have to charge up the toothbrush, no replacing heads which cost more than my £1.49 brush. When my brush needs replacing it's £1.49 again or there-a-bouts. Everyday I win with this method.



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Edited by: "celticprince" 4th Jul

I got Pro 5000 for the same price through a deal posted here on HUKD, just to inform others

my 2500 was £20 why is this hot at £45?

Electric brushes are better, they just are. You don't need to spend this much though, £20/£25 is about the average
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