Oral-B Pro 650 3DWhite Electric Toothbrush Powered by Braun £10 @ Iceland
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Oral-B Pro 650 3DWhite Electric Toothbrush Powered by Braun £10 @ Iceland

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Found 17th Feb
Came across this bargain today in Iceland of all places, Oral-B Pro 650 tooth brush with bonus tooth paste included. Seems a bargain price and they had mainly pink ones, but also some black ones. Surely you can't go wrong for a tenner.
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I work for Iceland and this is only an in store deal. Even though it shows on the website you are unable to order it online.
Edited by: "WhaleBomb" 18th Feb
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Cracking deal! What Iceland was this from
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Stroud, Gloucestershire
Old battery, old model, on clearance - but at this price it's VERY hot!

Any seen anywhere else?
For a tenner you can't complain... Heat
Toothpaste is normally £3+ well done
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I've got this toothbrush, albeit not in pink.

£10 is a steal. Heat.
Great offer..
No sign of them in my local store (Shirley, Sloihull).
I purchased the Genius 9000 a while back and I'm dead impressed. Worth the extra.

For a tenner though, this is a bargain. Hot from me
Besford13 h, 41 m ago

Old battery, old model, on clearance - but at this price it's VERY hot!Any …Old battery, old model, on clearance - but at this price it's VERY hot!Any seen anywhere else?


Just bought two from Amazon for £15 each which was already down on the usual price of about £20.

Hopefully any concerns about old batteries running down should be addressed by the option to register for a free 3 year warranty that comes in the pack.
Drooler3 m ago

I purchased the Genius 9000 a while back and I'm dead impressed. Worth the …I purchased the Genius 9000 a while back and I'm dead impressed. Worth the extra. For a tenner though, this is a bargain. Hot from me


I got 4000 im pleased with that lol
moozoo3 m ago

Just bought two from Amazon for £15 each which was already down on the …Just bought two from Amazon for £15 each which was already down on the usual price of about £20. Hopefully any concerns about old batteries running down should be addressed by the option to register for a free 3 year warranty that comes in the pack.


Not worn out batteries: Ni-Mh (7 day charge) vs Li-ion (2 week charge). Just buy two and keep one on charge while you are using the other. Works for me at this price.
I work for Iceland and this is only an in store deal. Even though it shows on the website you are unable to order it online.
Edited by: "WhaleBomb" 18th Feb
Don't need one right now but voted hot, absolute bargain great deal!
Oral-B the ones who get actors to pretend to be dentists to tell you that in their professional unbiased opinion that they’re a real dentist and we should buy Oral-B. HOT!
Thinking about voting by going to my little shop before as my be a Stroud only..dentist said I must brush ,but forget for days to brush ..so boring. My old brush is a few years old . I hope electric is better
I checked both stores in Preston and nothing like this. Only a few non food or drink items and no electric toothbrushes or anything electric at all.
Gonz1 h, 17 m ago

Oral-B the ones who get actors to pretend to be dentists to tell you that …Oral-B the ones who get actors to pretend to be dentists to tell you that in their professional unbiased opinion that they’re a real dentist and we should buy Oral-B. HOT!


Dammit! You mean the hot female dentist in the ad isn't real? I've been looking everywhere for her!

On a serious note as long as you're prepared for the battery to die after a year or so, it's a decent price (the company made a conscious decision to reduce the capacity/quality of the internal battery a few years ago so people would have to replace their toothbrushes more often, not particularly environmentally friendly but there you go).
None in Kirkstall, Leeds they had no idea about them. Stated they don't know what's coming in.!!
Just to keep checking.

Will they actually arrive on shelves.
Besford3 h, 8 m ago

Not worn out batteries: Ni-Mh (7 day charge) vs Li-ion (2 week charge). …Not worn out batteries: Ni-Mh (7 day charge) vs Li-ion (2 week charge). Just buy two and keep one on charge while you are using the other. Works for me at this price.


I got the Oral-B Pro 2500 Li-ion battery for £20 at the end of December. Personally I'd spend the extra £10 to get the better battery, as these deals do pop up every so often. You just have to be on your guard about which battery is in the box! Original Deal for that: hotukdeals.com/dea…584
Edited by: "Firefly1" 18th Feb
Gonz2 h, 41 m ago

Oral-B the ones who get actors to pretend to be dentists to tell you that …Oral-B the ones who get actors to pretend to be dentists to tell you that in their professional unbiased opinion that they’re a real dentist and we should buy Oral-B. HOT!


But my ugly dentist recommends them too!
Besford4 h, 39 m ago

Not worn out batteries: Ni-Mh (7 day charge) vs Li-ion (2 week charge). …Not worn out batteries: Ni-Mh (7 day charge) vs Li-ion (2 week charge). Just buy two and keep one on charge while you are using the other. Works for me at this price.


The Li-Ion version works much better, once you have tried it you don't want to use the old version again.
Great deal. At last time to change the old braun. Still no issues just cleaning required
termite17 m ago

The Li-Ion version works much better, once you have tried it you don't …The Li-Ion version works much better, once you have tried it you don't want to use the old version again.


I have both. Yes the Li-ion is better but MUCH more expensive than this so this is still a very hot deal (if you can find any, I can't). My Li-ion one (2500N) was £30 and that was a rare offer.
Can't find any in Notts...was he telling the tooth about this deal?
Besford19 m ago

I have both. Yes the Li-ion is better but MUCH more expensive than this …I have both. Yes the Li-ion is better but MUCH more expensive than this so this is still a very hot deal (if you can find any, I can't). My Li-ion one (2500N) was £30 and that was a rare offer.


No comparison though. If you just want the cheapest thing buy a manual brush
termite37 m ago

No comparison though. If you just want the cheapest thing buy a manual …No comparison though. If you just want the cheapest thing buy a manual brush


Sorry but that just isn't true. Maybe you're comparing to the Oral B Vitality or one of the other 2D ones, which aren't too good? This is the most basic 3D one and does a good job. As you move up the range you get lots of pointless extra feature which cost an arm and a leg. I do know what I'm talking about: I've researched and bought several of each type for the family. If you can actually find these for £10 grab a couple!
Besford25 m ago

Sorry but that just isn't true. Maybe you're comparing to the Oral B …Sorry but that just isn't true. Maybe you're comparing to the Oral B Vitality or one of the other 2D ones, which aren't too good? This is the most basic 3D one and does a good job. As you move up the range you get lots of pointless extra feature which cost an arm and a leg. I do know what I'm talking about: I've researched and bought several of each type for the family. If you can actually find these for £10 grab a couple!


I'm not wrong. The Li-Ion version performs much better than its Ni-Mh equivalent, I know a lot more about the subject than you.
termite10 m ago

I'm not wrong. The Li-Ion version performs much better than its Ni-Mh …I'm not wrong. The Li-Ion version performs much better than its Ni-Mh equivalent, I know a lot more about the subject than you.

​I've got a vitality and 2000 model and the battery on the 2000 doesn't seem that great (I checked and it does have li ion battery), my 5 yr old vitality model performs as long as the 2000 so not sure what's up with that. the only things is that the 2000 model has the higher rpm which is meant to be better.
Besford4 h, 2 m ago

I have both. Yes the Li-ion is better but MUCH more expensive than this …I have both. Yes the Li-ion is better but MUCH more expensive than this so this is still a very hot deal (if you can find any, I can't). My Li-ion one (2500N) was £30 and that was a rare offer.


See my deal above. The 2500N was £20 only at the end of December, let alone £30. £30 certainly is not a rare offer.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 18th Feb
termite2 h, 53 m ago

I'm not wrong. The Li-Ion version performs much better than its Ni-Mh …I'm not wrong. The Li-Ion version performs much better than its Ni-Mh equivalent, I know a lot more about the subject than you.


Tell you what: I won't ask how you know so much more about the subject than I do without us swopping CVs and I'll just carry on in my own ignorance, OK?

I'll just mention in passing the 5x Ni-Mh ones and 3x Li-ion ones in current use in this household (and 3x Vitality ones I just threw out) and my desire to minimise the risk of any more dental work after I finish the £2600 process of an implant I'm currently undergoing. Yes, Li-ion IS better but these Ni-Mh ones are perfectly good and an incredible bargain at £10.
Edited by: "Besford" 18th Feb
Firefly19 m ago

See my deal above. The 2500N was £20 only at the end of December, let …See my deal above. The 2500N was £20 only at the end of December, let alone £30. £30 certainly is not a rare offer.


If I could find those at £20 now I'd buy a few more. Most places still want £24.95 for the 600 model listed here!
termite2 h, 59 m ago

I'm not wrong. The Li-Ion version performs much better than its Ni-Mh …I'm not wrong. The Li-Ion version performs much better than its Ni-Mh equivalent, I know a lot more about the subject than you.


I'll second that. I've used both, both purchased this year, and the Li-Ion version performs better. Plus it charges quicker and lasts longer between charges. If you value your teeth and your time, just spend a little bit extra and get the Li-Ion version. It's really not a lot of money. You have one set of teeth! The Li-Ion version is usually indicated in the name by two sets of numbers, Oral-B Pro # ### instead of Oral-B Pro ###.
Had these in Swansea store about 4 weeks ago. Didn't buy as bought the Accent Sonic rechargeable ones from Lloyd Pharmacy for £2.55each included 3 spare brunch heads plus home and away plugs, very pleased with these both for performance and amazing pric
Non in Batley either. Has anyone seen them in Leeds?
Is this going to be a wild goose chase
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