Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable - £15 Prime / £18.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable - £15 Prime / £18.99 Non Prime @ Amazon

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£15, same price as ASDA if you live near one and are not a Prime Member.
ASDA, exclusively for everyone so everyone is happy
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£15, same price as ASDA if you live near one and are not a Prime Member.
ASDA, exclusively for everyone so everyone is happy
BargainStriker10 m ago

£15, same price as ASDA if you live near one and are not a Prime …£15, same price as ASDA if you live near one and are not a Prime Member.ASDA, exclusively for everyone so everyone is happy


Is there anyone that doesn't live near an Asda
bought 3 weeks ago from amazon. very good toothbrush, can really feel the difference. worth getting.
Old model without Li-battery
Pretty sure I have one of these or a very similar model. Still going strong after 8 years!
Do you think the Amazon has a plan for mass domination? Wonder is by 2025 they'll be things we used to call "retail outlets"
15 pounds in Asda too
Wish I could find the heads for a reasonable price. Any suggestions?
lollypoplee1 h, 28 m ago

Is there anyone that doesn't live near an Asda


Central London (been there?) for a start
BargainStriker37 m ago

Central London (been there?) for a start


Take a chill pill mate and then look down HUKD's and see if there are any sense of humours going cheap !
It was a joke
Ordered cheers dude
Brilliant toothbrushes at an awesome price, I resisted these for ages until a dentist said they pay dividends.... As in better teeth. The heads cost up to a couple of quid each but last for months.
Buckyball3 h, 10 m ago

Old model without Li-battery


? Li battery, what difference
happy20146 h, 27 m ago

? Li battery, what difference


Lithium batteries require additional electronics in the battery, so there is more that can go wrong. They are also more expensive (2-3 times if you were to replace the battery as I do) but store a greater charge so will last twice as long ("14 days"). Also some output voltage differences but that doesn't really matter.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 6th Mar
Bought few weeks ago & poor battery like lasting 3,4 days max. I had to return it.
Can buy again as now it’s £5 cheaper.
Anyone has similar experience of battery or it was just one faulty item ?
FrozenFire41 m ago

Bought few weeks ago & poor battery like lasting 3,4 days max. I had to …Bought few weeks ago & poor battery like lasting 3,4 days max. I had to return it. Can buy again as now it’s £5 cheaper. Anyone has similar experience of battery or it was just one faulty item ?


Yep, mine was good at first but after about 6 months that's what it does, about 4 days used 2ice a day. Very poor performance.
konraddrozdz54 m ago

Yep, mine was good at first but after about 6 months that's what it does, …Yep, mine was good at first but after about 6 months that's what it does, about 4 days used 2ice a day. Very poor performance.


I think you might be expecting too much from a £15 product! These ones start to warn you when the battery is becoming flat!
BargainStriker5th Mar

£15, same price as ASDA if you live near one and are not a Prime …£15, same price as ASDA if you live near one and are not a Prime Member.ASDA, exclusively for everyone so everyone is happy


I got one from my local Asda and was very happy to pay £15
Genuine question. But I've had one of these for a few months and also used an Oral B electric toothbrush that uses two AA standard batteries. It looks similar but obviously a little more bulky. They both use the same heads, but the AA battery one lasts around 3 months using twice a day for around two mins at a time, whilst the rechargable one lasts about 6 brushes before it needs a 15 hour charge again.
Having used both, I don't see any power difference in strength, so my question is, is my rechargeable defective or is the AA battery one that lasts ages, just as good?
Edited by: "RebTheRebel" 6th Mar
lollypoplee15 h, 36 m ago

Is there anyone that doesn't live near an Asda



Me - prob 90+ miles
RebTheRebel20 m ago

Genuine question. But I've had one of these for a few months and also used …Genuine question. But I've had one of these for a few months and also used an Oral B electric toothbrush that uses two AA standard batteries. It looks similar but obviously a little more bulky. They both use the same heads, but the AA battery one lasts around 3 months using twice a day for around two mins at a time, whilst the rechargable one lasts about 6 brushes before it needs a 15 hour charge again. Having used both, I don't see any power difference in strength, so my question is, is my rechargeable defective or is the AA battery one that lasts ages, just as good?


The Oral B I am replacing with this deal is getting a bit grotty looking, seeing as it is about 4 years old now. I have never had to charge it more than once every 3 weeks or so, based on that I'd say yours is definitely defective.
ghot2 h, 12 m ago

I think you might be expecting too much from a £15 product! These ones …I think you might be expecting too much from a £15 product! These ones start to warn you when the battery is becoming flat!


not really, firstly this toothbrush costs around £30 if not on offer, secondly my previous philips (similar price) lasted about 8 years with decent charge
hi, which is better, the one in the link (CrossAction) or the other in the description (3D White)?
junkboxp42 m ago

hi, which is better, the one in the link (CrossAction) or the other in the …hi, which is better, the one in the link (CrossAction) or the other in the description (3D White)?



the base is the same it is just the free brush which is different..... so it really does not matter.

i went for the 3D white one as that says colour of the base may vary.. other than that i woudl ahve gone for the cross action myself, but the wife has the same brush and ideally would like a different colour.

the 650 which comes with a travel case is also on offer at 22 quid and is black... i am too tight for that tho
bigmike20vt9 m ago

the base is the same it is just the free brush which is different..... so …the base is the same it is just the free brush which is different..... so it really does not matter.i went for the 3D white one as that says colour of the base may vary.. other than that i woudl ahve gone for the cross action myself, but the wife has the same brush and ideally would like a different colour.the 650 which comes with a travel case is also on offer at 22 quid and is black... i am too tight for that tho


thank you for your help
noddle364 m ago

What's the difference comparing this one …What's the difference comparing this one https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oral-b-pro-600-white-and-clean-electric-rechargeable-toothbrush-amazon-15-not-prime-exclusive-now-2889617



Might be the heads you get with the toothbrush
airdsuk3 h, 37 m ago

Me - prob 90+ miles


Blimey, I thought I was doing well at 25 miles!
I got one of these the last time it was this price. 2 weeks ago. Great toothbrush.
RebTheRebel5 h, 45 m ago

Genuine question. But I've had one of these for a few months and also used …Genuine question. But I've had one of these for a few months and also used an Oral B electric toothbrush that uses two AA standard batteries. It looks similar but obviously a little more bulky. They both use the same heads, but the AA battery one lasts around 3 months using twice a day for around two mins at a time, whilst the rechargable one lasts about 6 brushes before it needs a 15 hour charge again. Having used both, I don't see any power difference in strength, so my question is, is my rechargeable defective or is the AA battery one that lasts ages, just as good?


This one is more powerful but the more important difference is that this is 3D (rotates each way AND moves in and out), your battery one is only 2D. Dentist and hygienist both recommend 3D over 2D but basic 3D model like this is fine. Your rechargeable should last a week at 2x2min/day but it does need a full charge and 15 hours may not be enough. I'd recommend having two while they're so cheap and leaving one on charge while using the other. Mine last a week that way.
Same model was £15 in Asda at Broadheath, Altrincham today - quite a few left, on an end of aisle shelf near the medicines. Also had a different model at £15 and a Colgate one in a pink box but no shelf edge label. Guessing it is a discontinued model.
Edited by: "aurora" 6th Mar
I brought one of these recenetly for more money - good offer!
Hmmm. Tried mine today and have to say I'm not impressed. Never used one before but doesn't really feel like my teeth are clean.
friar_chris6th Mar

Lithium batteries require additional electronics in the battery, so there …Lithium batteries require additional electronics in the battery, so there is more that can go wrong. They are also more expensive (2-3 times if you were to replace the battery as I do) but store a greater charge so will last twice as long ("14 days"). Also some output voltage differences but that doesn't really matter.


Thanks ☺
This link is £24.98 not £15
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