Oral-B Pro 650 Black Cross Action Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush and Toothpaste, £17.95 prime exclusive at amazon
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Oral-B Pro 650 Black Cross Action Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush and Toothpaste, £17.95 prime exclusive at amazon

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Found 5th Jul
  • 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 , Dentist-inspired round brush head oscillates, rotates and pulsates to break up and remove plaque
  • Oral-B, the #1 brand used by dentists worldwide
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Good Deal,
Been using Oral B electric toothbrushes for a number of years and they are the really good .
The only slight downside I find is after couple of years of use and charging they tend to slow down and the internal batteries are non replaceable. Other than that would definitely recommend
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I have one of these,takes 16hrs to charge fully....lasts a week using twice a day
Once the brush heads are all used I’ll be swapping to one without a ridiculous charge time.
chridt7 m ago

I have one of these,takes 16hrs to charge fully....lasts a week using …I have one of these,takes 16hrs to charge fully....lasts a week using twice a day Once the brush heads are all used I’ll be swapping to one without a ridiculous charge time.


Agreed on the charge time...though they can be stored on the charger so kept 'topped up' as they cannot be overcharged.
Wow lasts a week, cold from me. Not cheap when you consider you need more than one as they run out of charge quickly and take 16 hours to charge.
chridt46 m ago

I have one of these,takes 16hrs to charge fully....lasts a week using …I have one of these,takes 16hrs to charge fully....lasts a week using twice a day Once the brush heads are all used I’ll be swapping to one without a ridiculous charge time.


mine lasts a lot longer normally 3 to 4 weeks using the same as you, I sent my first one back due to the problem you have and got a replacement from the manufacturer so send it back
Good Deal,
Been using Oral B electric toothbrushes for a number of years and they are the really good .
The only slight downside I find is after couple of years of use and charging they tend to slow down and the internal batteries are non replaceable. Other than that would definitely recommend
chridt1 h, 24 m ago

I have one of these,takes 16hrs to charge fully....lasts a week using …I have one of these,takes 16hrs to charge fully....lasts a week using twice a day Once the brush heads are all used I’ll be swapping to one without a ridiculous charge time.


Just get a lithium one.
flatlander1 h, 15 m ago

mine lasts a lot longer normally 3 to 4 weeks using the same as you, I …mine lasts a lot longer normally 3 to 4 weeks using the same as you, I sent my first one back due to the problem you have and got a replacement from the manufacturer so send it back


You can only brush your teeth every 3-4 days then as the much better lithium battery one clearly states on the packaging up to 14 days off a single charge, This model here is rated for up to7 days on a charge.
Edited by: "xp3200" 5th Jul
flatlander1 h, 20 m ago

mine lasts a lot longer normally 3 to 4 weeks using the same as you, I …mine lasts a lot longer normally 3 to 4 weeks using the same as you, I sent my first one back due to the problem you have and got a replacement from the manufacturer so send it back


Nonsense!
Same thing at Savers has been £19.99 for some time now (it's the old NiMh battery type which everywhere is clearing out). You can't really claim this is a better deal since you have to cross Amazon's palm with £100 a year to get such 'privileged access'. Bet Savers pay their proper taxes too!
Besford38 m ago

Same thing at Savers has been £19.99 for some time now (it's the old NiMh …Same thing at Savers has been £19.99 for some time now (it's the old NiMh battery type which everywhere is clearing out). You can't really claim this is a better deal since you have to cross Amazon's palm with £100 a year to get such 'privileged access'. Bet Savers pay their proper taxes too!


utter hyperbolic much, never been £100pa

You could sign up for a FREE month, how much does that cost, wait...FREE.
Edited by: "powerbrick" 5th Jul
Besford4 h, 34 m ago

Nonsense!


how on earth do you know how long my toothbrush battery lasts? do you actually own one of these??
just signed up to prime, Showing 22.90 for me
stainless771 h, 27 m ago

just signed up to prime, Showing 22.90 for me


Check other sellers and find Amazon
battery lasts 4 days only..
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