Oral B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush + Pro-Ex Toothpaste 75ml £19.99 @ Superdrug
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Oral B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush + Pro-Ex Toothpaste 75ml £19.99 @ Superdrug

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Found 20th Dec 2017
People who missed out last time on the £19.99 toothbrush deal..they're in Superdrug and also Amazon (with prime)

amazon.co.uk/dp/…70/

Free delivery with Superdrug Beauty card..

Just ordered mine.
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Same as morrisons too.

Morrisons one are not lithium ion.
Cycling_Nocturne-112108459 m ago

Same as morrisons too.Morrisons one are not lithium ion.


are the new ones lithium ion? does the battery last longer
samzam1 h, 15 m ago

are the new ones lithium ion? does the battery last longer



I think when these deals have come up recently it's the older non lithium ions the stores are getting rid of cheaply, although some ppl have been lucky online and got the newer ones, but I think that's the 600, rather than 650 which is a 600 bundled with a "free gift". I think the box is labelled if it is the new battery, i.e. "new improved" blah blah, and you get an extra couple of days out of it.
admars3 m ago

I think when these deals have come up recently it's the older non lithium …I think when these deals have come up recently it's the older non lithium ions the stores are getting rid of cheaply, although some ppl have been lucky online and got the newer ones, but I think that's the 600, rather than 650 which is a 600 bundled with a "free gift". I think the box is labelled if it is the new battery, i.e. "new improved" blah blah, and you get an extra couple of days out of it.


so if I want a newer one should I look for 600 or 650??
I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but you'll probably pay more like £25 than £20.

So I don't think you're getting a worse cleaning brush with the 650, just have to charge is a bit more often. However when I've looked in shops, I've not see the packaging stating new battery, just read about it!
admars10 m ago

I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but …I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but you'll probably pay more like £25 than £20.So I don't think you're getting a worse cleaning brush with the 650, just have to charge is a bit more often. However when I've looked in shops, I've not see the packaging stating new battery, just read about it!


thanks for that I've had a couple of toothbrushes over the last few years battery last about a week after about a full day charge so might be worth looking into getting a newer model. Thanks for all the info
Edited by: "samzam" 20th Dec 2017
Yes I missed out on this offer last time round... but managed to find one in B&M instead.
Lidls have these as well. I have been using one for over a year and I have to say, they are brilliant!
admars20th Dec

I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but …I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but you'll probably pay more like £25 than £20.So I don't think you're getting a worse cleaning brush with the 650, just have to charge is a bit more often. However when I've looked in shops, I've not see the packaging stating new battery, just read about it!


Surely the other benefit of the lithium ones are that they are more powerful? With the nihm ones you get a couple of goes at full power before it starts slowing down as the voltage drops?
Actually yes, that's a good point, I've been looking as mine is getting old now, had it a few years, and needs charging every couple of days, and there is a massive difference between using it at night when it's on 2 lights, and in the morning if it has charged fully over night and is on 3.
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