Oral-B Smart 5 5000 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable Powered by Braun - was £81.88 Now £49.99 @ Amazon
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Oral-B Smart 5 5000 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable Powered by Braun - was £81.88 Now £49.99 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Nov 2017
Features
  • Up to 100% more plaque removal: Round head cleans better for healthier gums
  • Better brushing results with real-time feedback as you brush
  • Protect your gums: Pressure sensor alerts you if you brush too hard.Know you brush the right amount of time with the 2min professional timer
  • Gently whitens your teeth starting from day 1 by removing surface stains
  • Battery lasts more than 2 weeks with one charge

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Nice price for the non l-ion battery version. The newer l-ion version is another £6 more but there are mixed reviews if it actually delivers longer usuage time befween charges. Having had many Oral-B toothbrushes it's always the battery that lets it down over time and it's too soon to tell if the l-ion versions will last any better than a couple of years. If I'd seen these on Friday I'd still probably go with the l-ion version.
£50 for a toothbrush,£20 for a drill that goes thru concrete !!
[quote=davem]Nice price for the non l-ion battery version. The newer l-ion version is anotherhotukdeals.com/dea…but there are mixed reviews if it actually delivers longer usuage time befween charges. Having had many Oral-B toothbrushes it's always the battery that lets it down over time and it's too soon to tell if the l-ion versions will last any better than a couple of years. If I'd seen these on Friday I'd still probably go with the l-ion version.[/quote]

This is li-ion according to description
healthandsafety40 m ago

£50 for a toothbrush,£20 for a drill that goes thru concrete !!


You would hope that a tool was precise enough that it doesn't destroy your teeth
Don’t need to spend more than £25 on an electric toothbrush
scott2c10 m ago

Don’t need to spend more than £25 on an electric toothbrush


Yep agreed, I wouldn't get a really cheap one but there are plenty around that price that are perfectly fine. Think I paid about £30 for the Pro 3000 and that's quite sufficient. Heat added anyway though as its still a good deal.
Ordered, thanks OP
davem26th Nov

Nice price for the non l-ion battery version. The newer l-ion version is …Nice price for the non l-ion battery version. The newer l-ion version is another £6 more but there are mixed reviews if it actually delivers longer usuage time befween charges. Having had many Oral-B toothbrushes it's always the battery that lets it down over time and it's too soon to tell if the l-ion versions will last any better than a couple of years. If I'd seen these on Friday I'd still probably go with the l-ion version.


The battery on my oral b has let me down. Are we supposed to charge them often and not let them empty or the opposite? I just charged mine when needed but think I'd be best to just leave it on now, battery goes very quickly.
I run mine down every charge cycle, yes it gets slower as the battery drains but I get around 2 years before the usuage time (twice a day) drops to a week or less.
davem26th Nov

Nice price for the non l-ion battery version. The newer l-ion version is …Nice price for the non l-ion battery version. The newer l-ion version is another £6 more but there are mixed reviews if it actually delivers longer usuage time befween charges. Having had many Oral-B toothbrushes it's always the battery that lets it down over time and it's too soon to tell if the l-ion versions will last any better than a couple of years. If I'd seen these on Friday I'd still probably go with the l-ion version.



It’s the LI-ION version
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