Oral B Professional Care 5000 Toothbrush £69.98 @ Amazon

Oral B Professional Care 5000 Toothbrush £69.98 @ Amazon

Found 1st Dec 2011
Oral-B's best brush with wireless smart guide to provide dentist inspired feedback during brushing. 5 different brushing modes for varying oral care needs: Daily Clean, Sensitive, Polish, Deep Clean and Massage. NEW triple action pressure control system, shows you where to brush and if you’re pressing too hard helping you to brush for the recommended 2 minutes twice a day.


RRP: £169.99
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I have the 3000 version and although I quite like it, I preferred my sonicare one. The battery life is not great on the 3000 and the head doesn't feel like it cleans as well as the sonicare. Not replacing it any time soon, but wouldn't buy it over the sonicare again.

Incidentally the reason I never bought another sonicare is that I have found my last 2 to last little over a year before dying completely.
Hah, that's crazy. I checked Amazon only 10 minutes ago and it was over £100 they must've just dropped it to compete with superdrug. Updated to reflect best price.
Edited by: "nascent" 1st Dec 2011
bring out the delorian brigade of but it was cheaper the other week in the blackfriday deals @£51(I bought it then, was after the sonicare flexi+care but missed it the first day@£56(think it was that, may have been a bit cheaper) and 2nd/3rd time it was ~£63 so didn't go for it).

the older model has been sun £40.
Got it for £51 in the BF sale, primarily because the battery lasts a bit longer on this than the other brushes with the same rpm and Oral-B has ditched the ridiculous lighthouse strength blue led charger light that annoyed me on the 8500.
These clean much better than the Sonicare whose battery lasts longer because it doesn't do very much apart from vibrate a little.
Both Oral-B and Sonicare need to start putting in lithium-ion batteries in their brushes as others have done with shavers. The Oral-B takes about 16 hours to charge up fully, which is too long these days.
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