Oral-B Pro 600 Sensi Ultrathin Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush , £15 at Amazon-prime exclusive
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Oral-B Pro 600 Sensi Ultrathin Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush , £15 at Amazon-prime exclusive

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Found 14th JunEdited by:"Tacavas"
  • Up to 100 percent more plaque removal: Round head cleans better for healthier gums in 30 days vs a manual toothbrush
  • Gently whitens your teeth starting from day one by removing surface stains
  • Know you brush the right amount of time with the 2 minutes professional timer
  • One brushing mode: Daily clean. It notifies every 30 seconds to change the area of brushing
  • Content: One electric toothbrush handle with a two pin UK plug, one toothbrush head; Oral-B, the #1 brand used by dentists worldwide
Oral-B Pro 600 White and Clean also £15
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Bought. Thanks!
Cheaper than toothbrush heads
Ordered, thanks!
does this model have a better motor/battery over this one? amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


I've had this for like 1-2 yrs now.
thankyou, coming monday at 2:30
Lithium battery on this yet?
I don't know how powerful an electric toothbrush should be really, you need one powerful enough to remove plaque but you can also damage the enamel and make your teeth sensitive if it's too powerful (if you put too much pressure on certainly).

And once the enamel is damaged it can't be repaired.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 15th Jun
Ordered cheers
Interesting.

People always seem to be pushing the Oral-B oscillating ones on here, looks like the sonic ones may be better actually:

"If, as an adult, you are still wedded to the idea of an electric toothbrush, Dr Patel and Dr Salek-Haddidi agree that a sonic version is your best bet.

Though pricier, around £100, they use vibration to buff teeth and force toothpaste between them. They also have a pressure sensor which beeps if you overdo it."

dailymail.co.uk/fem…tml
Cremoso9911 m ago

Interesting.People always seem to be pushing the Oral-B oscillating ones …Interesting.People always seem to be pushing the Oral-B oscillating ones on here, looks like the sonic ones may be better actually:"If, as an adult, you are still wedded to the idea of an electric toothbrush, Dr Patel and Dr Salek-Haddidi agree that a sonic version is your best bet.Though pricier, around £100, they use vibration to buff teeth and force toothpaste between them. They also have a pressure sensor which beeps if you overdo it."http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3441138/Bleeding-gums-eroded-enamel-fillings-falling-electric-toothbrush-DESTROY-teeth.html


Not sure who those guys are, but in any case,that price difference...
i think this model still has the Ni battery which is in general worse than the newer models that have the Li battery, so my advice would be to look for the newer ones.
Cremoso998 h, 6 m ago

Interesting.People always seem to be pushing the Oral-B oscillating ones …Interesting.People always seem to be pushing the Oral-B oscillating ones on here, looks like the sonic ones may be better actually:"If, as an adult, you are still wedded to the idea of an electric toothbrush, Dr Patel and Dr Salek-Haddidi agree that a sonic version is your best bet.Though pricier, around £100, they use vibration to buff teeth and force toothpaste between them. They also have a pressure sensor which beeps if you overdo it."http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3441138/Bleeding-gums-eroded-enamel-fillings-falling-electric-toothbrush-DESTROY-teeth.html


Ah, the trusty ol' Daily Mail aye
Awful even at £15, lucky if battery lasts a week. not surprised they are being sold off cheap. Returned one already.

14 minutes run time is pitiful.
Yeah, just did a webchat it has Ni-Mh battery
donslibi17 h, 4 m ago

Not sure who those guys are, but in any case,that price difference...


Yes I don't really get that, I had a sonic one and it was only £35.

I think the important things are not to apply too much pressure, only brush for 2 minutes and use it at 45 degree angle.
£25 now
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