Oral-B Pro 600 White & Clean £15 @ ASDA online (vs £25 @Amazon, Tesco, Boots...). Very good reviews.
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Oral-B Pro 600 White & Clean £15 @ ASDA online (vs £25 @Amazon, Tesco, Boots...). Very good reviews.

£15£2540%Asda Deals
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Found 2nd Feb
£15 is a pretty good deal given that the price on Amazon Prime has fluctuated mostly between £20 and £25 since 2014
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Anyone know if these are the latest Li-on battery version?
This has been posted already
Smadmad1 h, 3 m ago

This has been posted already


That was posted as a local deal in Barking. This is national and online.
Edited by: "emlin" 2nd Feb
emlin2 h, 18 m ago

Anyone know if these are the latest Li-on battery version?


Description is for the old type (7 day battery strength)
emlin4 h, 24 m ago

Anyone know if these are the latest Li-on battery version?


Probably not but it's £15, I've had my old non li-on brush for years and it's still going strong.
OOS
Thanks OP, ordered.
emlin10 h, 22 m ago

Anyone know if these are the latest Li-on battery version?


It won't be. At this price that shouldn't stop you.
I have got one these (years ago). It is very good - highly recommended and price is not bad either. I paid quite a bit more.
what3v3r9 h, 59 m ago

£15 on amazon …£15 on amazon now.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oral-B-Electric-Rechargeable-Toothbrush-Powered/dp/B00CPZ74Y8


Don't do alot of buying on Amazon but beware if using the super saving postage it does seem to take alot longer than it used to. Last order I placed with Amazon was on 24th of January and it only came today. Does seem overly long
Edited by: "Shenx" 2nd Feb
Buy two because they take 18 hours to charge every 5 days! The Cheap AA battery version lasts much longer
Saw these last night in store but opted not to buy due to the awful colour. I want dark blue! Strop, strop
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For the record, Amazon had it listed at £25 when the deal was posted, and price-matched ASDA about 12 hours later (Feb 2nd @ 2pm). Hotukdealers can be all the happier for it !
I have this toothbrush. Since I bought it for £20 the Li-Ion version has come out. We recently got that one too (needed a second toothbrush) and the difference is noticable. It's more powerful, charges more quickly and lasts longer between charges. I wouldn't bother with the old version now to be honest.
I picked one of these up today in store. Good stuff
emlin2nd Feb

Anyone know if these are the latest Li-on battery version?


no ni_cad
Rudess1 h, 29 m ago

It's also £15 on Amazon and free delivery: …It's also £15 on Amazon and free delivery: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oral-B-Electric-Rechargeable-Toothbrush-Powered/dp/B00CPZ74Y8


Only free if you spend another £5 so not free delivery.
emlin2nd Feb

Anyone know if these are the latest Li-on battery version?


No, they are not, ni-mh, and not very long lasting on one charge. Not that important if you keep the charger in the bathroom.
Which is the cheapest oral b with the li-on battery?
How are you supposed to keep it charged when bathrooms don't have plug sockets, and few have shaver sockets?

So you have to guess when the battery is low and take it every few days to the living room/bedroom to put it on the charger?!
Thank u. Ordered 4 my daughter
The Ni-Mh versions are terrible. They take hours (12+) to charge and only last 6 x 2min sessions..
Half the RPMs of the other models.
trd11 h, 20 m ago

How are you supposed to keep it charged when bathrooms don't have plug …How are you supposed to keep it charged when bathrooms don't have plug sockets, and few have shaver sockets?So you have to guess when the battery is low and take it every few days to the living room/bedroom to put it on the charger?!


A light comes on when the battery's low.
No more in ASDA 😞😞
burmingum14 h, 21 m ago

Only free if you spend another £5 so not free delivery.



Or Free if you have Prime...
Rudess44 m ago

Or Free if you have Prime...



Or £5 more if your don't.
greenant23 h, 14 m ago

I have this toothbrush. Since I bought it for £20 the Li-Ion version has …I have this toothbrush. Since I bought it for £20 the Li-Ion version has come out. We recently got that one too (needed a second toothbrush) and the difference is noticable. It's more powerful, charges more quickly and lasts longer between charges. I wouldn't bother with the old version now to be honest.


Can you let us know where you got the li-ion for £20 please?
burmingum8 h, 3 m ago

Or £5 more if your don't.



You can surely add another product to the order to make it £20... if you don't have prime. Your comments are pointless, as Asda don't give free delivery, and the product price is exactly the same as on Amazon.
Rudess34 m ago

You can surely add another product to the order to make it £20... if you …You can surely add another product to the order to make it £20... if you don't have prime. Your comments are pointless, as Asda don't give free delivery, and the product price is exactly the same as on Amazon.



nope they make the point that you do not get free delivery for the £15 FACT! you can twist and turn all you like - you are wrong!
Amazon price is exclusively for prime members. Next price is £24.73. They've just lost my order.
Great price - battery indicator, 3D action, better than manual brush
Bad points - may not have high enough RPMs.

I paid £10 for the Vitality some time ago and it's still going strong so these made in Germany stuff lasts unlike the crap made in the UK. I'd pay a bit more and get the Pro 2000 series for ~£30 personally for the higher RPMs like groceries.asda.com/pro…217
Edited by: "zaheer2003" 6th Feb
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Amazon exclusive Prime's £15 offer has expired and price is now back to £25
Asda still on £15. Exclusively for all.
Zoneplayer2nd Feb

Buy two because they take 18 hours to charge every 5 days! The Cheap AA …Buy two because they take 18 hours to charge every 5 days! The Cheap AA battery version lasts much longer


Good idea but the AA battery one is weak and not 3D so forget it. Also the battery door won't come off or re-seal after a few months.
trd3rd Feb

How are you supposed to keep it charged when bathrooms don't have plug …How are you supposed to keep it charged when bathrooms don't have plug sockets, and few have shaver sockets?So you have to guess when the battery is low and take it every few days to the living room/bedroom to put it on the charger?!


Buy two and swop when low. Still only £30 at this price!
Gordinho4th Feb

A light comes on when the battery's low.



burmingum4th Feb

nope they make the point that you do not get free delivery for the £15 …nope they make the point that you do not get free delivery for the £15 FACT! you can twist and turn all you like - you are wrong!



burmingum4th Feb

Or £5 more if your don't.



zaheer20036th Feb

Great price - battery indicator, 3D action, better than manual brushBad …Great price - battery indicator, 3D action, better than manual brushBad points - may not have high enough RPMs. I paid £10 for the Vitality some time ago and it's still going strong so these made in Germany stuff lasts unlike the crap made in the UK. I'd pay a bit more and get the Pro 2000 series for ~£30 personally for the higher RPMs like https://groceries.asda.com/product/electric-toothbrushes/oralb-pro-2000-rechargeable-electric-toothbrush/910001417217


Vitality isn't 3D!
Would not buy any with NiCd battery again. They are more on the charger than in your mouth
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