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Oral-B Pro 650 black electric toothbrush and toothpaste 75ml £18 + £3.95 delivery @ Lloyd's Pharmacy (free delivery over £35 spend)
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Oral-B Pro 650 black electric toothbrush and toothpaste 75ml £18 + £3.95 delivery @ Lloyd's Pharmacy (free delivery over £35 spend)

£21.95£26.9919%Lloyds Pharmacy Deals
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Posted 21st Feb

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Up to 100% more plaque removal with dentist inspired round brush head.

The Oral-B pro 650 electric toothbrush provides a clinically proven superior clean vs a regular manual toothbrush. The cross-action toothbrush head features a professionally inspired design that surrounds each tooth with bristles angled at 16 degrees. The 3D cleaning action oscillates, rotates, and pulsates to break up and remove up to 100/ more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush.

The built-in timer located in the handle, helps you brush for a dentist-recommended two minutes. Plus, the rounded head cleans better for healthier gums in 30 days versus a manual toothbrush. Also this pack includes a free Pro-Expert deep clean 75ml toothpaste, which delivers a unique cleaning sensation. This is achieved by the microbead formulation which are five times smaller than those in the regular Oral-B Pro-Expert toothpaste.

Features of Oral-B Pro 650 black electric toothbrush and toothpaste 75ml:

• Dentist-inspired round brush head cups and surrounds each tooth
• Removes up to 100% more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush
• Oscillating, rotating, and pulsating technology
• Time coaching with an in-handle timer helps you brush for a dentist-recommended two minutes
• Rechargeable electric toothbrush with daily clean mode
• Round head cleans better for healthier gums in 30 days versus a manual toothbrush
• Removes surface stains
• Gently whitens your teeth starting from day one

What’s included:

• 1 x Handle
• 1 x Toothbrush head
• 1 x Toothbrush charger
• 1 x Deep Clean toothpaste 75ml

Warnings and cautions:

• Periodically check the cord for damage
• Not intended for use by children under age of 3 years.
• If the product is dropped, the brush head should be replaced before the next use, even if no damage is visible
• Do not store the charging unit above water.

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Dayuuum I paid £30 for mine going back a few years.
+ £3.95 delivery
Seems the price is around £20-25 everywhere at the moment so the RRP of £50 is a little ambitious
Lithium battery or nicad/nimh?
£22 amazon guys so not much saving as I thought from so called £50
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Robdaraff21/02/2020 01:54

Lithium battery or nicad/nimh?


Thinks it's pro 2 for lithium
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Robdaraff21/02/2020 01:54

Lithium battery or nicad/nimh?


Think its nicad so a poor deal as the lithium is so much better and usually just a few quid more when on offer.
Oh dear. Another poster fooled by a 'creative' full price. To be clear £18 is a good price for this model. But as already noted, the normal price is £20-25, not £50.
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I got one of these in Sainsbury's for £10. Not sure if it's national.
LouWizz21/02/2020 08:18

I got one of these in Sainsbury's for £10. Not sure if it's national.


Same here.
chocci21/02/2020 07:03

Think its nicad so a poor deal as the lithium is so much better and …Think its nicad so a poor deal as the lithium is so much better and usually just a few quid more when on offer.


I agree sorry op but this is not a good deal
Jaybeam21/02/2020 10:07

I agree sorry op but this is not a good deal


It is a good, it's just not a great deal
This doesn't have pressure sensor.
RoryStuart21/02/2020 10:28

It is a good, it's just not a great deal


Sorry not a (good deal), a good deal would be the above louwizz who paid £10 from Sainsbury’s. I’ve had two of this type Nicad and now have the lithium based pro 2 2500 which I bought from Amazon £40 for two including delivery. Like night and day. Many on here have paid circa £20 for the lithium. Why don’t people look through the old posts before pressing the heat button. For example: hotukdeals.com/dea…918
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 21st Feb
This is £21.90 delivered on ebay

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Wasnt this at £18 over xmas period? Boxing day prices.
Amazon have the 2500 series for £30 at the moment. So much better than this model with the lithium battery and pressure sensor and a travel case. As others have said the 2 series ones are occasionally in offer for as low as £20. If you need 2 then amazon also have the 2900 series where you get 2 series 2 toothbrushes (1 charger) for £50.
This was £16.20 incl delivery from Lloyds last weekend. B&M also stock this @ £19.99.
Thanks for posting, we have added this to the Highlights pages
Just bought one yesterday in Lidl 19.99 3 yr warranty’s
I didn’t even know oral b made toothpaste
Echoing others comments, it's really worth waiting for the pro2 model to drop in price (which they do frequently, Boots had them for £20 just after christmas) as the lithium battery models are so much better. The charge lasts longer, the battery charges faster and overall lifespan will be longer.
19.99 in Home Bargains and Savers if you want to collect
Edited by: "ThriftyLady101" 22nd Feb
Lithium models have N at the end of their model number. I wouldn’t get the old ones as the batteries will die within a year.
weiran22/02/2020 11:21

Lithium models have N at the end of their model number. I wouldn’t get the …Lithium models have N at the end of their model number. I wouldn’t get the old ones as the batteries will die within a year.


Husbands is about 3 year old.
mjunaid10621/02/2020 18:30

This doesn't have pressure sensor.


My current one has a pressure sensor and I've never found it helpful.
BargainManV2.1.322/02/2020 13:37

My current one has a pressure sensor and I've never found it helpful.


? You'd prefer not to know you were brushing too hard?
GrimDanFango22/02/2020 19:57

? You'd prefer not to know you were brushing too hard?


I mean I can tell if I'm brushing too hard or not, I don't need a device to tell me that. I have a fully functioning brain.
BargainManV2.1.322/02/2020 19:58

I mean I can tell if I'm brushing too hard or not, I don't need a device …I mean I can tell if I'm brushing too hard or not, I don't need a device to tell me that. I have a fully functioning brain.


Plenty of people don't realise how hard is too hard until their dentist points out the gum recession. Many assume the harder you brush, the cleaner your teeth will be. Breaking that habit can be difficult when you've brushed a certain way your whole life, so having that extra reminder is a good way to retrain the muscle memory.
Robdaraff21/02/2020 01:54

Lithium battery or nicad/nimh?



these have the old batteries. The Lithium Ion version has two separate numbers in the model name and isn't much more expensive. I have both versions and I'd avoid this deal. The newer ones have been out quite some time now and have been through several rounds of offers.
aaneicam21/02/2020 20:10

Amazon have the 2500 series for £30 at the moment. So much better than …Amazon have the 2500 series for £30 at the moment. So much better than this model with the lithium battery and pressure sensor and a travel case. As others have said the 2 series ones are occasionally in offer for as low as £20. If you need 2 then amazon also have the 2900 series where you get 2 series 2 toothbrushes (1 charger) for £50.


I have the 2500 series, and if the 2500 is the top tier one battery-wise then it’s a piece of junk.

Had mine about 6 months now and hardly use it, gone back to a manual one. Advertised as lasting up to 2 weeks on a charge but mine only just lasts 7 days at a push because I take a little more time cleaning my teeth. Then (as advertised in the Amazon description) the damn thing takes 14 hours to full charge.

I was disappointed with mine. Feels like the technology has come nowhere since the last Oral B brush I bought 15 years ago. I’m guessing the don’t have much competition in the market and hardly trying.
L33TL3323/02/2020 13:33

I have the 2500 series, and if the 2500 is the top tier one battery-wise …I have the 2500 series, and if the 2500 is the top tier one battery-wise then it’s a piece of junk. Had mine about 6 months now and hardly use it, gone back to a manual one. Advertised as lasting up to 2 weeks on a charge but mine only just lasts 7 days at a push because I take a little more time cleaning my teeth. Then (as advertised in the Amazon description) the damn thing takes 14 hours to full charge. I was disappointed with mine. Feels like the technology has come nowhere since the last Oral B brush I bought 15 years ago. I’m guessing the don’t have much competition in the market and hardly trying.


Sounds like you have the old 2500 nicad one and not the newer 2500 / 2 model

Mine lasts 3 weeks on a single 8 hour charge
chocci24/02/2020 05:57

Sounds like you have the old 2500 nicad one and not the newer 2500 / 2 …Sounds like you have the old 2500 nicad one and not the newer 2500 / 2 modelMine lasts 3 weeks on a single 8 hour charge


That would be weird because I only bought it around October time its still in the description last time I checked saying it takes 14 hours to charge and lasts 2 weeks. Maybe you only take 30 sec - 1 min to clean your teeth?
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