Oral B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush – Black/Pink + Pro-Ex Toothpaste 75ml  was £24.99 now £18.99 Free C+C @ Robert Dyas
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Oral B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush – Black/Pink + Pro-Ex Toothpaste 75ml was £24.99 now £18.99 Free C+C @ Robert Dyas

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Found 12th JanEdited by:"wadz"
Oral B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush – Black/Pink + Pro-Ex Toothpaste 75ml was £24.99 now £18.99 Free C+C @ Robert Dyas

2.1% at TCB plus if you have a Halifax Reward Card you can get a further 12% cashback (finishes today)

Was £19.99 @ Superdrugs before Xmas, which got 568 degrees - deal here

Features and BenefitsPowerful and effective – 3D cleaning technology which pulsates, oscillates and rotates to give a great all round clean.

Two minute timer – Brush for exactly the optimum time as recommended by dentists.

Specification
  • Rechargeable: Yes (Up to 7 days use on full charge)
  • Timer: Yes (2 minutes)
  • No. of brush modes: 1
  • Pulsates 20,000 times per minute
  • Rotates 7,600 times per minute
  • Includes 1 x Cross Action head, Toothpaste
  • Colour: Black

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24.99? Its been 19.99 for months on superdrugs website with free delivery, and 19.99 in home bargains. Would rather pay the extra £1 and have it delievered rather than waste my own petrol. Cold!

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machomansavage3 m ago

No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you …No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you know you've exceeded the two minute mark. Feel like a fool now?


No not in the slightest, the electric toothbrushes have (for some time anyway) sent a vibrate once 2 minutes have been reached... its up to the person using it if they want to pay attention to that.

The fact they auto turn off... its a toothbrush! How did people ever get by without this feature?
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Lithium Ion battery, or older NiMH?
juniper9 m ago

Lithium Ion battery, or older NiMH?


Not a new model, so it will be NiMH
Excellent price
Thanks ordered one.
Like mine but no auto power off function when done cleaning
Got one recently. It seems pretty good so far. Charge lasts a couple of days, but I've probably been using it for longer than you're supposed to each time. Decent price though have some heat!
£20 with free delivery from Amazon if you don't want to collect or want an alternative shop to buy from.
Edited by: "napolimp" 12th Jan
On amazon prime for £20 next day delivery
Be careful due to some bathroom laws in the UK, this will come with a two pin plug (EU style).

If you contact Oral, they will send you an adapter, free of charge.
Anyone find any good deals on the replacement heads?
Great toothbrush and great price
machomansavage1 h, 34 m ago

Like mine but no auto power off function when done cleaning


What the...

Have I understood that right? Have we reached new levels of laziness here? The toothbrush will auto power off the moment you stop brushing (like a car sitting idle at traffic lights and the engine turns off)?
Edited by: "jcrider" 12th Jan
TheBargainer1 h, 15 m ago

Be careful due to some bathroom laws in the UK, this will come with a two …Be careful due to some bathroom laws in the UK, this will come with a two pin plug (EU style).If you contact Oral, they will send you an adapter, free of charge.


It's for safety. Standard electrical sockets are prohibited in bathrooms - the only ones allowed are the 2-pin shaver sockets, which have a transformer and are only live when something is plugged in. Many of these are not really suitable for toothbrush chargers and hum if you leave your charger plugged in.
noisyneighbour2 h, 23 m ago

Not a new model, so it will be NiMH


Are you sure? I'm looking for a NiMH model as replacement batteries are readily available. With a bit of persuasion you can even fit a full size 2Ah+ AA battery.

I've changed my battery a few times but the body on my old triumph is starting to fall apart.
Edited by: "semo" 12th Jan
jcrider27 m ago

What the...Have I understood that right? Have we reached new levels of …What the...Have I understood that right? Have we reached new levels of laziness here? The toothbrush will auto power off the moment you stop brushing (like a car sitting idle at traffic lights and the engine turns off)?

No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you know you've exceeded the two minute mark. Feel like a fool now?
machomansavage3 m ago

No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you …No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you know you've exceeded the two minute mark. Feel like a fool now?


No not in the slightest, the electric toothbrushes have (for some time anyway) sent a vibrate once 2 minutes have been reached... its up to the person using it if they want to pay attention to that.

The fact they auto turn off... its a toothbrush! How did people ever get by without this feature?
machomansavage20 m ago

No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you …No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you know you've exceeded the two minute mark. Feel like a fool now?


Not a standard feature with Oral B. They vibrate every 30 seconds to remind you to move to a different quadrant of your mouth, & 4 times after 2 minutes to tell you you're done, but you have to turn it off yourself
wadz3 h, 10 m ago

Anyone find any good deals on the replacement heads?


Try Boots
If you sign up for their newsletter you will receive a 10% off first order code, just bought 2 for £34.18. Great price, good find OP.
10% off to with uni days!

Great find heat added
noisyneighbour4 h, 25 m ago

Not a standard feature with Oral B. They vibrate every 30 seconds to …Not a standard feature with Oral B. They vibrate every 30 seconds to remind you to move to a different quadrant of your mouth, & 4 times after 2 minutes to tell you you're done, but you have to turn it off yourself


Ahh was wondering what that was. Thanks man
jcrider4 h, 43 m ago

No not in the slightest, the electric toothbrushes have (for some time …No not in the slightest, the electric toothbrushes have (for some time anyway) sent a vibrate once 2 minutes have been reached... its up to the person using it if they want to pay attention to that.The fact they auto turn off... its a toothbrush! How did people ever get by without this feature?


Well this one vibrates every 30 seconds to tell u to move on to a different part of your mouth
machomansavage5 m ago

Ahh was wondering what that was. Thanks man



machomansavage3 m ago

Well this one vibrates every 30 seconds to tell u to move on to a …Well this one vibrates every 30 seconds to tell u to move on to a different part of your mouth


well there you go, learn something new everyday.
Ordered! Got 10% cashback via my Halifax card too.
dybydx1 m ago

Ordered! Got 10% cashback via my Halifax card too.


Hope you went through TCB. I had 12% on my Halifax card, thought they gave same rates?
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I had to get a crown removed as it got damaged using one of these over two months. Have stuck to a manual toothbrush ever since!
TheBargainer20 h, 2 m ago

Be careful due to some bathroom laws in the UK, this will come with a two …Be careful due to some bathroom laws in the UK, this will come with a two pin plug (EU style).If you contact Oral, they will send you an adapter, free of charge.


It’s not an EU two pin plug. It’s the slightly skinnier bathroom plugs. You can find the sockets for these in most hotel bathrooms and many UK homes.

If you don’t have a socket, do by an adapter or ask Oral B as above.

btw my partner and I are loving our Oral B 600s. This must be the upgraded version
Cheers op. Also cheers Stevejones11 got the 10% off welcome code too .£17.09 in total
machomansavage20 h, 24 m ago

No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you …No you're mistaken. Most up to date tooth brushes power off to let you know you've exceeded the two minute mark. Feel like a fool now?


Agree with the others, auto switch off is not a standard feature
jcrider22 h, 34 m ago

No not in the slightest, the electric toothbrushes have (for some time …No not in the slightest, the electric toothbrushes have (for some time anyway) sent a vibrate once 2 minutes have been reached... its up to the person using it if they want to pay attention to that.The fact they auto turn off... its a toothbrush! How did people ever get by without this feature?


PMSL. You're probably one of these people who have only just realised that leaving your toothbrush in the bathroom collects feces too. This toothbrush vibrates every 30 seconds to let u know to move onto another quarter of your mouth. Not to tell you when to switch it off. Don't make up stupid comments when you don't have a clue what the vibration function on this specific model is for. As for the "how did people ever get by without this feature?'' that's like me saying ''how did people ever get by prior to smartphone technology of Facebook being integrated into a mobile phone?'' They just did! Silly T*** lol
Edited by: "machomansavage" 13th Jan
machomansavage44 m ago

PMSL. You're probably one of these people who have only just realised that …PMSL. You're probably one of these people who have only just realised that leaving your toothbrush in the bathroom collects feces too. This toothbrush vibrates every 30 seconds to let u know to move onto another quarter of your mouth. Not to tell you when to switch it off. Don't make up stupid comments when you don't have a clue what the vibration function on this specific model is for. As for the "how did people ever get by without this feature?'' that's like me saying ''how did people ever get by prior to smartphone technology of Facebook being integrated into a mobile phone?'' They just did! Silly T*** lol



... ohh someones tetchy


Breathe and relax, its a post about a toothbrush... you seem very passionate about it.
jcrider5 m ago

... ohh someones tetchyBreathe and relax, its a post about a …... ohh someones tetchyBreathe and relax, its a post about a toothbrush... you seem very passionate about it.


I AMMMMMM!
Thanks for posting
Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 brush now (that's after a full charge)! Might have been a duff unit from the start.
steve_b215 h, 54 m ago

Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 …Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 brush now (that's after a full charge)! Might have been a duff unit from the start.


That's definitely a fault. If I were you I'd contact Amazon & get it returned under the guarantee. The battery should give 5 days + on a full charge for several years. You could consider replacing it with the 2000N, which is claimed to last more than 2 weeks on a single charge
Smfn5312th Jan

On amazon prime for £20 next day delivery


Did this but got same day free evening delivery.
deleted71685212th Jan

I had to get a crown removed as it got damaged using one of these over two …I had to get a crown removed as it got damaged using one of these over two months. Have stuck to a manual toothbrush ever since!


I'd always recommend going for the ones with a pressure sensor light - the Pro 2 model and above includes this, as well as a higher RPM so you get a better clean. I find that when I'm not fully concentrating (or in the mornings when I'm not fully awake) I can tend to be a little overzealous with the pressure I'm using, and the sensor is a massive help with that.
steve_b2123 h, 22 m ago

Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 …Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 brush now (that's after a full charge)! Might have been a duff unit from the start.


I had the same with the 600 Series one year back. I Live Chatted them yesterday after seeing this and they Instantly Refunded me and told me to dispose of the Brush & I can then order a replacement. I'm decicing weither or not this Deal for £20 is worth it for the 650 or pay the extra £12 & Get the 2500N? Which also comes with a Travel Case & Pressure Sensor... - amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
was thinking about getting this one amazon.co.uk/dp/…BwE

never owned a electric tooth brush before, any recommendations
kol_78617th Jan

was thinking about getting this one …was thinking about getting this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00PIRQEBO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&keywords=electric+toothbrush&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=oralb-uk-13-21&gclid=CjwKCAiAhfzSBRBTEiwAN-ysWGUGTylJgh5PD09gmq-utWv6RGR49FKE2fMRQa_mTV6bbqzJvgiO5xoCr00QAvD_BwEnever owned a electric tooth brush before, any recommendations


I have just ordered this one on Groupon. I went with the pink one so was cheaper to get via Groupon than Amazon. Also went via Topcashback for 10% cashback.

Features I was looking for:
pressure warning
30 second interval vibration
long battery life
travel case

Not too bothered about the brushhead as these are interchangeable.
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