Oral-B Pro 650 Black Cross Action Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush and Toothpaste £19.99 @ Amazon
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Oral-B Pro 650 Black Cross Action Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush and Toothpaste £19.99 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd SepMade hot 23rd Sep
Deal of the day.
  • Upto 100% more plaque removal: Round head cleans for healthier gums in 30 days vs a manual toothbrush
  • Get a whiter smile as of day one by removing surface stains
  • Know you brush the right amount of time with the 2 miniute professional timer
  • ORAL-B IS the #1 brand recommended by dentists worldwide
  • Contents: One electric toothbrush handle, one toothbrush head, one Oral-B Pro-Expert deep clean toothpaste, one toothbrush charger with a UK two pin plug
Edited by: "Baz417"

Top comments

Toothbrush = GOOD
Toothpaste = BAD

***MICROBEAD ALERT ***

"This pack includes a Pro-Expert Deep Clean Toothpaste 75 ml which delivers a distinct cleaning sensation and has up to 5x smaller microbeads than regular Oral-B Pro-Expert toothpaste"

What are microbeads?
Microbeads are tiny plastic particles, usually smaller than 2mm in size. For years they have been included in various industrial and consumer products, including cosmetic products like toothpaste, face scrubs and body scrubs.

The UK government will be passing legislation in October 2017 to ban the use of microbeads in cosmetic products, and the products are expected to be banned from sale from July 2018.

If you would like to know more about microbeads, The Story of Stuff has a good page on them with FAQs and an explainer video:
electricteeth.co.uk/too…ds/

As the UK gears up for the deadline for implementation of a ban on harmful microbead products, we are likely to see more of this casual off-loading of harmful products before they become un-saleable.



32067817.jpgmicrobeads from toothpaste have been found embedded in peoples’ gums



Edited by: "ianhalling" 23rd Sep

1p sim item in case you dont have Prime to make the £20 spend for free delivery

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If you dont have a shaver socket at home remember to buy an adaptor. £2 and would also tip the order over £20 for free delivery if needed.
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Heat added Baz

1p sim item in case you dont have Prime to make the £20 spend for free delivery

amazon.co.uk/Gif…1_2

heat added

If you dont have a shaver socket at home remember to buy an adaptor. £2 and would also tip the order over £20 for free delivery if needed.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…3W/

Banned

Highly recommend this Toothbrush that i have been used for a year

Got the pink one for her

Thanks Baz, needed a new toothbrush as the last one is on its way out (10 years! Cant fault Oral-B electric brushes)

Original Poster

kebabking8 m ago

Thanks Baz, needed a new toothbrush as the last one is on its way out (10 …Thanks Baz, needed a new toothbrush as the last one is on its way out (10 years! Cant fault Oral-B electric brushes)


Your are most welcome.

cheers OP

Can't believe It, bought the self same one yesterday from Asda £25 No free toothpaste either 🤤

Back in the day you had manual ones and all your teeth

These days it's a different story

Thanks OP ordered and thanks sim guy for the free delivery tip

Same price as B & M.

Toothbrush = GOOD
Toothpaste = BAD

***MICROBEAD ALERT ***

"This pack includes a Pro-Expert Deep Clean Toothpaste 75 ml which delivers a distinct cleaning sensation and has up to 5x smaller microbeads than regular Oral-B Pro-Expert toothpaste"

What are microbeads?
Microbeads are tiny plastic particles, usually smaller than 2mm in size. For years they have been included in various industrial and consumer products, including cosmetic products like toothpaste, face scrubs and body scrubs.

The UK government will be passing legislation in October 2017 to ban the use of microbeads in cosmetic products, and the products are expected to be banned from sale from July 2018.

If you would like to know more about microbeads, The Story of Stuff has a good page on them with FAQs and an explainer video:
electricteeth.co.uk/too…ds/

As the UK gears up for the deadline for implementation of a ban on harmful microbead products, we are likely to see more of this casual off-loading of harmful products before they become un-saleable.



32067817.jpgmicrobeads from toothpaste have been found embedded in peoples’ gums



Edited by: "ianhalling" 23rd Sep

Just got the oral b pro 600 cross action from asda for £17.97 and the cross action heads was half price too from £32 down to £18 for 8 heads not bad if you want these.

Great toothbrush... Really sloooow charge though!

neutech11 m ago

Great toothbrush... Really sloooow charge though!


TOP TIP : Best leave on charge overnight - all ready and charged for next day !

Also when you buy this toothbrush you may get a +1 year warranty free from Oral-B which may allow a 3-year warranty on registration on-line. Look out for an enclosed leaflet in the box.

So is this a GOOD electric toothbrush?...my old oral b is old, and probably now needs an upgrade.

I've always found these companies make their money with charging crazy money for their brush heads.
Edited by: "itr786" 23rd Sep

Can you get sensitive brush heads for this model?

Thanks

Scudley1 h, 24 m ago

Can't believe It, bought the self same one yesterday from Asda £25 No free …Can't believe It, bought the self same one yesterday from Asda £25 No free toothpaste either 🤤

Always one

itr78626 m ago

So is this a GOOD electric toothbrush?...my old oral b is old, and …So is this a GOOD electric toothbrush?...my old oral b is old, and probably now needs an upgrade. I've always found these companies make their money with charging crazy money for their brush heads.


This is the best value brush in the Oral-B range - it's the cheapest one with 3D action (good) but without the pointless features they add further up the range. Recommended by my dentist and hygienist. Has been slightly cheaper in clearance from time to time but this is a very good price.

neutech47 m ago

Great toothbrush... Really sloooow charge though!


The way around this (if you're prepared to spend the money up front) is to get two. Let one run right down (helps extend battery life, they're not latest technology) before putting on charge and using the other one. At this price it's still only £40 (less than RRP for one) and should last more than twice as long as a single brush.

I`ve got mine since christmas 2 years ago and it still going strong, however it takes over 18h to charge it fully
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Thanks, ordered one for me and one for wife

Besford22 m ago

The way around this (if you're prepared to spend the money up front) is to …The way around this (if you're prepared to spend the money up front) is to get two. Let one run right down (helps extend battery life, they're not latest technology) before putting on charge and using the other one. At this price it's still only £40 (less than RRP for one) and should last more than twice as long as a single brush.


Mine has got a Li-ion battery so that isn't good advice.

Its about time they put lithium batteries in these. I think using nickel ones is also a marketing strategy to get you to replace every couple of years. Even the Lidl Nevadent branded brushes have Lithium batteries. They also use oral b brush heads but if, like me, you like the 3D effect (basically extra vibration) then the lidl ones might dissapoint.

ianhalling2 h, 33 m ago

Toothbrush = GOOD Toothpaste = BAD ***MICROBEAD ALERT …Toothbrush = GOOD Toothpaste = BAD ***MICROBEAD ALERT ***"This pack includes a Pro-Expert Deep Clean Toothpaste 75 ml which delivers a distinct cleaning sensation and has up to 5x smaller microbeads than regular Oral-B Pro-Expert toothpaste"What are microbeads?Microbeads are tiny plastic particles, usually smaller than 2mm in size. For years they have been included in various industrial and consumer products, including cosmetic products like toothpaste, face scrubs and body scrubs.The UK government will be passing legislation in October 2017 to ban the use of microbeads in cosmetic products, and the products are expected to be banned from sale from July 2018.If you would like to know more about microbeads, The Story of Stuff has a good page on them with FAQs and an explainer video:http://www.electricteeth.co.uk/toothpastes-with-and-without-microbeads/#whatAs the UK gears up for the deadline for implementation of a ban on harmful microbead products, we are likely to see more of this casual off-loading of harmful products before they become un-saleable. [Image] microbeads from toothpaste have been found embedded in peoples’ gums


I fully agree about the microbead issue but this toothpaste says it contains dissolving micro-particles?

Good price for the toothbrush though

gazdoubleu51 m ago

Its about time they put lithium batteries in these. I think using nickel …Its about time they put lithium batteries in these. I think using nickel ones is also a marketing strategy to get you to replace every couple of years. Even the Lidl Nevadent branded brushes have Lithium batteries. They also use oral b brush heads but if, like me, you like the 3D effect (basically extra vibration) then the lidl ones might dissapoint.


If these don't have lithium batteries, then it is old stock being flogged off. The current models do.

I have this still from over a year ago, highly recommend it. Just do yourself a favour...the cheap knock off heads really are poo dont bother. The official ones come up on here cheap enough
Edited by: "willyzippy89" 23rd Sep

termite1 h, 22 m ago

Mine has got a Li-ion battery so that isn't good advice.


Not this model - it's NiMh. better than NiCd but still needs 'managing', which isn't difficult.

Besford23 m ago

Not this model - it's NiMh. better than NiCd but still needs 'managing', …Not this model - it's NiMh. better than NiCd but still needs 'managing', which isn't difficult.


This isn't a great deal then. I got a Pro 600 with li-ion battery from Superdrug for £22.50

termite59 m ago

If these don't have lithium batteries, then it is old stock being flogged …If these don't have lithium batteries, then it is old stock being flogged off. The current models do.


Wrong! Only the Oral B Genius and above have lithium batteries, that doesn't mean the multitude of models below it with NiMH batteries are not current.

Braun make it quite difficult to ascertain which battery they put in their devices. The UK oral B 6500 series is advertised with all sorts of superfluous tech such as Bluetooth connectivity which you pay through the nose for but they don't advertise that it has a Nickel battery.

Even more confusing is that the Pro 6500 is called the Pro 7000 in the States and the Genius 9000 is called the Genius Pro 8000 in the States and the Genius 8000 UK model is not quite the same as any of those across the pond!

If you want a Genius (lithium) model you have to pay £100+ whereas the Lidl Nevadent is £14.99, hence my scepticism re. Braun
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 23rd Sep

termite16 m ago

This isn't a great deal then. I got a Pro 600 with li-ion battery from …This isn't a great deal then. I got a Pro 600 with li-ion battery from Superdrug for £22.50

Your Pro 600 is NiMh technology same as this so you need to fully charge and discharge to get the best out of it

Don't get why this is being voted hot. It's often in supermarkets at this or lower price. I bought one a month ago at Asda for £17.50.

Had mine for 6 years. Still going strong.

thx op another for xmas ..

dont forget fillerchecker.co.uk/ for that penny if you dont have prime

Bought a couple of these about a year ago. They're pretty good.

gazdoubleu57 m ago

Wrong! Only the Oral B Genius and above have lithium batteries, that …Wrong! Only the Oral B Genius and above have lithium batteries, that doesn't mean the multitude of models below it with NiMH batteries are not current.Braun make it quite difficult to ascertain which battery they put in their devices. The UK oral B 6500 series is advertised with all sorts of superfluous tech such as Bluetooth connectivity which you pay through the nose for but they don't advertise that it has a Nickel battery. Even more confusing is that the Pro 6500 is called the Pro 7000 in the States and the Genius 9000 is called the Genius Pro 8000 in the States and the Genius 8000 UK model is not quite the same as any of those across the pond!If you want a Genius (lithium) model you have to pay £100+ whereas the Lidl Nevadent is £14.99, hence my scepticism re. Braun



Wrong! It is a pink Pro 600 that cost £22.50

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gazdoubleu51 m ago

Your Pro 600 is NiMh technology same as this so you need to fully charge …Your Pro 600 is NiMh technology same as this so you need to fully charge and discharge to get the best out of it


My Pro 600 is Li-ion

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Does anybody know if there are any issues with using the Ni-MH charger on an Li-ion battery? Being that you can replace the battery, if you're feeling adventurous. You definitely feel the wear after a couple of years.

EndemicAlarm29 m ago

Does anybody know if there are any issues with using the Ni-MH charger on …Does anybody know if there are any issues with using the Ni-MH charger on an Li-ion battery? Being that you can replace the battery, if you're feeling adventurous. You definitely feel the wear after a couple of years.


I doubt it would work. The Li-ion battery may even explode if you try it!
Edited by: "ashman33" 23rd Sep
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