Oral-B Smart Series 4000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Powered by Braun £37.99 at Amazon U.K.
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Oral-B Smart Series 4000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Powered by Braun £37.99 at Amazon U.K.

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Found 27th Aug
Don't usually see 72% discount on oral-b. It's usually 50% or 60% during Black Friday type events. This seems like an amazing deal for a high end toothbrush only for bank holiday weekend

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Excellent deal. You have to change the delivery to 3-5 Business Days to get free delivery for non Prime customers

Seems a bargain!! Has anyone got one. Any good. How long does the charge last? Heat

Just ordered on Prime Now and used 5£ off first purchase, which dropped price down to £32.99! Heat from me!
Edited by: "spidertx" 27th Aug

sonya198022 m ago

Seems a bargain!! Has anyone got one. Any good. How long does the charge …Seems a bargain!! Has anyone got one. Any good. How long does the charge last? Heat


If it's a model with their lithium battery it will last a good 20 minutes +, not sure if this one has the old type battery.

This is a great deal.
Worth noting though (camel that it has been at this price point five times since May. The most it has been since last year is about £60. In May it was £33.

hows this compare to the others ones that are usually £25/35?

paid £60 about a year and a half ago, great toothbrush!
Bargain at this price

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Nice

Leeanne123 I've got oralb 2500 and it's great. Dentist told me anything 2000 or above good so the higher the better I assume but usually more expensive so sounds like a good deal. Hope that helps

dave8591 h, 19 m ago

If it's a model with their lithium battery it will last a good 20 minutes …If it's a model with their lithium battery it will last a good 20 minutes +, not sure if this one has the old type battery.


I bought this model back on Prime Day when it was the same price.

I can confirm it has the older Ni-Mh battery, not a Lithium one.

Charge lasts about five to six days, used twice a day at 2 and a half minutes per brushing session.

Battery life is pathetic and around 1 week..changing takes 48 hours! (common problems of Oral-B)
a real pain in the back unless There is power socket in bathroom and can keep it on dock charging permanently.

For comparison most Philips Sonicare models take just 4 hours to charge and charge lasts 3 weeks..

shame on Braun
Edited by: "Tequila" 27th Aug

caza03011 h, 32 m ago

Leeanne123 I've got oralb 2500 and it's great. Dentist told me anything …Leeanne123 I've got oralb 2500 and it's great. Dentist told me anything 2000 or above good so the higher the better I assume but usually more expensive so sounds like a good deal. Hope that helps



is it just more expensive cos of the bluetooth gimmik though?

Great price, however, I'm still yet to figure out why a toothbrush needs bluetooth.

The Bluetooth is going to use the battery a bit more I would think. The battery life thing isn't a major issue for me. Just leave it on charge over night or when you go to work once a week and that should do most people unless you are going away for a week or two at which point you will need to take the charger.

It is worth mentioning that Boots (instore, not showing online yet) are selling the Pro2 2000 for £39.99. A bit more basic but has a lithium ion battery that will last for two weeks instead. I rarely use the different modes of my current brush so I would rather have better battery life than a brush mode that stimulates my gums, and bluetooth.

Cheap when you consider thier 6000 range sells for £260 in Boots. That's not a typo it is £260.

Definitely. The Pro2 2000 is half price, normally 79.99 - I should have said and I don't know when that expires.

I got this last time round very happy and really did help my teeth and in fact they did go shade it two whiter... just had to by another for the wife

I ended up ordering the pro 2000 from boots. Went through Boom25, so hopefully will win the money back

Can you still get different coloured heads for these so that two people can use the same base?

caza030121 h, 56 m ago

Leeanne123 I've got oralb 2500 and it's great. Dentist told me anything …Leeanne123 I've got oralb 2500 and it's great. Dentist told me anything 2000 or above good so the higher the better I assume but usually more expensive so sounds like a good deal. Hope that helps


Brushing is all the same across all but the cheapest models. All the more expensive ones provide is more features, Bluetooth and accessories and so on. Unless you have a specialist need the 2000 or 2500 are the best options in my opinion.
ca8msm58 m ago

Can you still get different coloured heads for these so that two people …Can you still get different coloured heads for these so that two people can use the same base?


Heads come with the coloured band, which colour it is though is pot luck. But yes they have them.

The linked manual says lithium-ion battery.

cerberos8 h, 58 m ago

The linked manual says lithium-ion battery.


Yes I noticed that too - but then that link is for the Smart Series 5000? So then does that mean this 4000 one has a Li-ion battery or not I wonder.

Bought. It replaced an older model from Oral-B. Have lots of the heads so an easy choice at this price. Thanks

scoopsuk27th Aug

The Bluetooth is going to use the battery a bit more I would think. The …The Bluetooth is going to use the battery a bit more I would think. The battery life thing isn't a major issue for me. Just leave it on charge over night or when you go to work once a week and that should do most people unless you are going away for a week or two at which point you will need to take the charger. It is worth mentioning that Boots (instore, not showing online yet) are selling the Pro2 2000 for £39.99. A bit more basic but has a lithium ion battery that will last for two weeks instead. I rarely use the different modes of my current brush so I would rather have better battery life than a brush mode that stimulates my gums, and bluetooth.



Thanks for pointing this out, as you say the Pro2 2000 is not shown online but they had loads for £39.99 in my local store.

Heat added and ordered. Thanks

scoopsuk27th Aug

It is worth mentioning that Boots (instore, not showing online yet) are …It is worth mentioning that Boots (instore, not showing online yet) are selling the Pro2 2000 for £39.99. A bit more basic but has a lithium ion battery that will last for two weeks instead. I rarely use the different modes of my current brush so I would rather have better battery life than a brush mode that stimulates my gums, and bluetooth.



I took your advice and bought the last one Pro2 on the shelf in my local boots. Thanks for the tip. My wife recently bought original 2000 which she has constantly on charge. At least we can share the same charger - but I can keep mine in the bathroom for a while once it is charged!
Edited by: "mrbenmillion" 30th Aug

scoopsuk27th Aug

...Boots (instore, not showing online yet) are selling the Pro2 2000 for …...Boots (instore, not showing online yet) are selling the Pro2 2000 for £39.99. A bit more basic but has a lithium ion battery that will last for two weeks instead. ...



Pro2 2000 currently £35 at Waitrose.
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