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Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush powered by Braun - £15 (Prime) £18.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush powered by Braun - £15 (Prime) £18.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush powered by Braun - £15 (Prime) £18.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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White and Clean version (different head) also available at the same price:
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benjai

Great valentines gift?



Ha! Really? I love you but your dental hygiene is rather suspect so i've bought you a toothbrush. How romantic!

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cdm22

Ha! Really? I love you but your dental hygiene is rather suspect so i've … Ha! Really? I love you but your dental hygiene is rather suspect so i've bought you a toothbrush. How romantic!



Well it does vibrate...
Edited by: "benjai" 11th Feb

Good find n price have some heat!

Gone!

Ordered and heat added. My current one is losing charge too quickly so this has come at just the right time!

heat added, checked my previous orders and couldnt believe that my current toothbrush was bought over 3 and half years ago (same model)

Well spotted. Thanks.

I had a few oralb brushes. They are designed to fail just after 1 year warranty period. Batteries go flat after 3 uses and need to be recharged all day.
I found an alternative which so far works great:
Battery operated oralb - it takes 2 x AA
I fitted it with duracell stay charged rechargeable. Lasts about 20 uses before needs to be recharged. Because there are 4 batteries in the pack I don't even need to wait as the second pair is full.
I have 1 set of the same batteries in my camera. They are as good as new after 3 years of use and 100's of recharges.
It is all up to you :-)
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Warning: always buy batteries directly from Amazon (sold and dispatched by Amazon). All other sellers will send you fakes.
Edited by: "missmisiowa" 11th Feb

Thanks, ordered.
Was going to get the 2500 but like £18 extra for a pressure light and a case I would never use...

MatsyLR

Thanks, ordered.Was going to get the 2500 but like £18 extra for a … Thanks, ordered.Was going to get the 2500 but like £18 extra for a pressure light and a case I would never use...



2500 was about £20 at some point last year, crazy how it's shot up in price.

tsimehC

2500 was about £20 at some point last year, crazy how it's shot up in … 2500 was about £20 at some point last year, crazy how it's shot up in price.



Probably because it got popular....

missmisiowa

I had a few oralb brushes. They are designed to fail just after 1 year … I had a few oralb brushes. They are designed to fail just after 1 year warranty period. Batteries go flat after 3 uses and need to be recharged all day.I found an alternative which so far works great:Battery operated oralb - it takes 2 x AAI fitted it with duracell stay charged rechargeable. Lasts about 20 uses before needs to be recharged. Because there are 4 batteries in the pack I don't even need to wait as the second pair is full.I have 1 set of the same batteries in my camera. They are as good as new after 3 years of use and 100's of recharges.It is all up to you :-)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oral-B-Advance-Battery-Toothbrush-Powered/dp/B0036TH5VO/ref=sr_1_2_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1486837349&sr=8-2&keywords=oral+b+electric+toothbrush+batteryhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-2500mAh-Charged-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B00E3DVQFS/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1486837383&sr=8-13&keywords=duracell+stay+chargedWarning: always buy batteries directly from Amazon (sold and dispatched by Amazon). All other sellers will send you fakes.



​Bought 3 of these instead. Currently have 3 Chinese branded sonic battery operated ones from bangood which have been great for 2 tears but new heads have gone up so happy to change. Prefer battery ones as seem to last longer. Had to buy 2 and one from another seller to get free delivery as it was 2 limit per customer for some strange reason.

Good deal, thanks for posting

missmisiowa

I had a few oralb brushes. They are designed to fail just after 1 year … I had a few oralb brushes. They are designed to fail just after 1 year warranty period. Batteries go flat after 3 uses and need to be recharged all day.I found an alternative which so far works great:Battery operated oralb - it takes 2 x AAI fitted it with duracell stay charged rechargeable. Lasts about 20 uses before needs to be recharged. Because there are 4 batteries in the pack I don't even need to wait as the second pair is full.I have 1 set of the same batteries in my camera. They are as good as new after 3 years of use and 100's of recharges.It is all up to you :-)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oral-B-Advance-Battery-Toothbrush-Powered/dp/B0036TH5VO/ref=sr_1_2_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1486837349&sr=8-2&keywords=oral+b+electric+toothbrush+batteryhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-2500mAh-Charged-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B00E3DVQFS/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1486837383&sr=8-13&keywords=duracell+stay+chargedWarning: always buy batteries directly from Amazon (sold and dispatched by Amazon). All other sellers will send you fakes.



I've had my oral B rechargeable toothbrush for over 5 years. Still holds a charge that lasts a fortnight of extensive use. Would much rather have a rechargeable toothbrush than one where I'd have to replace or separately charge the batteries every so often. £15 is a steal for this toothbrush.

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Want to order, it says 7 new and used from £15 but when you select payment options the cheapest is £30+ with delivery

Petereef

Out Of Stock



Cross action head is out of stock, if you choose the whitening head you can get the same toothbrush with a different head for the same price.

Cross action & whitening both seem in stock now for £15.

tsimehC

2500 was about £20 at some point last year, crazy how it's shot up in … 2500 was about £20 at some point last year, crazy how it's shot up in price.


They have to sell them at a crazy high price for a few weeks so they can claim they're half price the rest of the year.
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 12th Feb

In stock for me heat added

Ordered for our son yesterday and the Toothbrush delivered about an hour ago. Very very loud, old school loud.

I got the Colgate one for myself which was on here for £20 down from £100 a few weeks ago and it's so quiet compared to this.

Heat added as it is a bargain & our son does love electric toothbrushes, gotta encourage brushing. personally if it was mine I would send it back as it would drive me bonkers with the noise.

decent price. thanks OP for posting. Bought.

Ordered thanks! Heat added. Not sure which was better the cross action or the whitening?

We went to ASDA yesterday and picked up the OralB 2000 for £30. They had 3 different ones at £15 and some others between £20 and £45 if that helps anyone. These were all on a Rollback.

Ordered on Prime Now. Min order value of £20, so added a bottle of wine for a £5, used the current prime now £5 discount code of FIVENOW and got a free bottle of wine and two hour delivery.

Cheers OP.

I brought one yesterday for £15 at asda if you don't want to use Amazon.

Does anyone know what the difference is between the 600, 2000, 2500, etc models. Is it the rotations per minute or something as the difference doesn't seem to be explained on the oralb site?

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kamikarze75

I brought one yesterday for £15 at asda if you don't want to use Amazon.



Where did you bring it to?

KTF

Does anyone know what the difference is between the 600, 2000, 2500, etc … Does anyone know what the difference is between the 600, 2000, 2500, etc models. Is it the rotations per minute or something as the difference doesn't seem to be explained on the oralb site?



There is very little difference.
The 600 is a basic brush, 3D action, 1 setting (daily clean) comes with just the charger.
The 2000 is the same except it has a pressure sensor the back that lights if you put too much pressure on your teeth and it has an extra setting (gum care)
The 2500 is the same as the 2000 except it has a black coating and comes with a plastic case for the brush.

The daily clean setting is all you need unless you have gum problems, so the 600 is probably the best option unless you want a case.

Edited by: "MatsyLR" 12th Feb

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We have the 6000 ourselves when missus splashed out £80 for it (and I went mad). Sure it has loads of bits and functions, but it doesn't really do much that the basic one doesn't do. But try telling the missus that...

Great price this. I prefer this model over the higher priced models because this one doesn't have the annoying flashing red light that blinds you if you press on too hard.
If you're pretty handy, you can replace the battery with an uprated one for a few quid. I've done 3 of ours and they last almost twice as long now.

gcol

Great price this. I prefer this model over the higher priced models … Great price this. I prefer this model over the higher priced models because this one doesn't have the annoying flashing red light that blinds you if you press on too hard.If you're pretty handy, you can replace the battery with an uprated one for a few quid. I've done 3 of ours and they last almost twice as long now.


Could you tell me how long does it actually last you on the better battery and what is its capacity?
I have 2 x AA 1.2V 2500mAh and is seems to work on and on and on :-)

MatsyLR

There is very little difference.The 600 is a basic brush, 3D action, 1 … There is very little difference.The 600 is a basic brush, 3D action, 1 setting (daily clean) comes with just the charger.The 2000 is the same except it has a pressure sensor the back that lights if you put too much pressure on your teeth and it has an extra setting (gum care)The 2500 is the same as the 2000 except it has a black coating and comes with a plastic case for the brush.The daily clean setting is all you need unless you have gum problems, so the 600 is probably the best option unless you want a case.


Ok so the motor part is common, it's only the features that are different. Thanks.

Which ones better? Theres two on offer:

CrossAction - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00K2U5X6Y/?tag=ho01f-21&th=1

White and Clean - amazon.co.uk/gp/…h=1

gsj87

Which ones better? Theres two on offer: CrossAction - … Which ones better? Theres two on offer: CrossAction - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00K2U5X6Y/?tag=ho01f-21&th=1White and Clean - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00CPZ74Y8/?tag=ho01f-21&th=1



The white and clean is for making your teeth whiter it isn't for proper cleaning. I would say just go with the regular cross action.

thanks. ordered. had ours two years now and lately the battery needs charging every couple off days.

This or the deep clean?

3 types avail @ £15 now

Got one of these. It's so noisy and really vibrates more than previous toothbrushes. Seems like the metal tip is rubbing against the plastic housing. Anyone else got this problem? thinking of returning mine

only £15 in ASDA no need for prime. collect at Hearst store. Asda Broughton Chester had a cage full in the back room when I showed them my email from Asda customer service. Bought two. they have two 600 models with different heads.
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