Oral-B Smart Series 4000 Electric Toothbrush - £37.99 @ Amazon
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Oral-B Smart Series 4000 Electric Toothbrush - £37.99 @ Amazon

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Found 4th Sep 2017
Seems to be popular around these parts at this price - I've no idea what bluetooth on a toothbrush can really offer, but it's there if you want it.

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Want a good electric toothbrush, but don't care for Bluetooth, anyone spotted anything decent about? Just seems so many options out there
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te7218 m ago

Want a good electric toothbrush, but don't care for Bluetooth, anyone …Want a good electric toothbrush, but don't care for Bluetooth, anyone spotted anything decent about? Just seems so many options out there


tbh - in terms of brushes at this price, you aren't going to beat this one. The only difference you'll get on going for anything higher... is on some of the more expensive models they come with lithium-ion batteries which double the battery life. why in 2017 they are still using the nicad is beyond me. But you won't find better than this (at this price).

However, I am also not a toothbrush expert, I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong on anything
Pretty good price. Seems to be at least £55 upwards elsewhere. If you don't mind splashing a little cash, I recommend the Philips Sonicare Diamondclean, makes your teeth feel smooth, polish and look white
The toothbrush heads can be expensive on the toothbrush (4 for £25) but its still a really good toothbrush.

The toothbrush heads for the Oral B heads are like £12 upwards, so this is a pretty good toothbrush, especially for the price. However, the bluetooth function is pretty useless on toothbrushes
This toothbrush comes with 2 toothbrush heads as well. Hope this helps someone
Edited by: "HydroBolt" 4th Sep 2017
te72141 m ago

Want a good electric toothbrush, but don't care for Bluetooth, anyone …Want a good electric toothbrush, but don't care for Bluetooth, anyone spotted anything decent about? Just seems so many options out there

I just bought the pro 2000 from boots last week, had it on for 35. Went through boom 25 too so hopefully will win the money back lol
Got one last 2 weeks on sale. Brilliant and notice cleaner teeth!

**Warning - the Bluetooth function is currently faulty on Android 7.0+ devices***
Doitcom14 m ago

Got one last 2 weeks on sale. Brilliant and notice cleaner teeth! …Got one last 2 weeks on sale. Brilliant and notice cleaner teeth! **Warning - the Bluetooth function is currently faulty on Android 7.0+ devices***

It seems to work fine on my XZ Premium
stubbadub19 m ago

It seems to work fine on my XZ Premium

I've got the same as most people on the play store. The Bluetooth won't find the tooth brush. Samsung's are having an issue too.
It has been this price for a couple of weeks and has featured on HUKD recently. Has been at around this price multiple times also fluctuating roughly between £40 and £60 since last year.

It's a good purchase anyway, good product. I got the cheaper version without the pressure sensor light for £20. Debatable how much extra this feature and the bluetooth is worth.
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greenant12 m ago

It has been this price for a couple of weeks and has featured on HUKD …It has been this price for a couple of weeks and has featured on HUKD recently. Has been at around this price multiple times also fluctuating roughly between £40 and £60 since last year. It's a good purchase anyway, good product. I got the cheaper version without the pressure sensor light for £20. Debatable how much extra this feature and the bluetooth is worth.


I checked and the last one was reported expired, so figured it was worth letting people know. I didn't run it through ccc though.

bt probably not worth it, but the pressure sensor is absolutely something I wouldn't want to give up
greenant2 h, 55 m ago

It has been this price for a couple of weeks and has featured on HUKD …It has been this price for a couple of weeks and has featured on HUKD recently. Has been at around this price multiple times also fluctuating roughly between £40 and £60 since last year. It's a good purchase anyway, good product. I got the cheaper version without the pressure sensor light for £20. Debatable how much extra this feature and the bluetooth is worth.


What's the name of the model you purchased?
Edited by: "sufferr" 4th Sep 2017
sh204 h, 1 m ago

I checked and the last one was reported expired, so figured it was worth …I checked and the last one was reported expired, so figured it was worth letting people know. I didn't run it through ccc though. bt probably not worth it, but the pressure sensor is absolutely something I wouldn't want to give up


Seriously, you need a device to tell you when you are pressing too hard
Doitcom15 h, 12 m ago

Got one last 2 weeks on sale. Brilliant and notice cleaner teeth! …Got one last 2 weeks on sale. Brilliant and notice cleaner teeth! **Warning - the Bluetooth function is currently faulty on Android 7.0+ devices***


Thanks, didn't know about Bluetooth function being faulty, was about to return mine for a replacement as Bluetooth keeps disconnecting. Hopefully they fix this soon.
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BeerGoggles12 h, 9 m ago

Seriously, you need a device to tell you when you are pressing too hard …Seriously, you need a device to tell you when you are pressing too hard

Err... yeh. There’s a big difference between pressing hard to help remove plaque, and your gums bleeding because you are pressing too hard
Edited by: "sh20" 5th Sep 2017
IMO always check Tesco discount isles in the health/beauty section as quite often they have half price yellow sticker toothbrushes on offer.
Doitcom119 h, 7 m ago

I've got the same as most people on the play store. The Bluetooth won't …I've got the same as most people on the play store. The Bluetooth won't find the tooth brush. Samsung's are having an issue too.


How odd. I have problems with my new phone connecting it to my 2014 octavia but with this toothbrush it worked straight away.
"I've no idea what bluetooth on a toothbrush can really offer"


Blue is the new white.......
I'm an electric toothbrush noob. Would I need an adapter to plug this to the regular mains? Don't have a two-slot socket in the bathroom.
Edited by: "FrancescaJ" 7th Sep 2017
sh204th Sep

tbh - in terms of brushes at this price, you aren't going to beat this …tbh - in terms of brushes at this price, you aren't going to beat this one. The only difference you'll get on going for anything higher... is on some of the more expensive models they come with lithium-ion batteries which double the battery life. why in 2017 they are still using the nicad is beyond me. But you won't find better than this (at this price). However, I am also not a toothbrush expert, I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong on anything



I thought the Smart series had lithium batteries??
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capa16 h, 32 m ago

I thought the Smart series had lithium batteries??


only the newer range/higher models. Look for anything with a battery life of 14+ days and it's lithium ion. Also you can check the battery section and where it tells you to fully deplete it every 6 months, you know it's not li-ion. i.e. this one on the oral-b site is defintiely not li-ion.
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FrancescaJ17 h, 35 m ago

I'm an electric toothbrush noob. Would I need an adapter to plug this to …I'm an electric toothbrush noob. Would I need an adapter to plug this to the regular mains? Don't have a two-slot socket in the bathroom.


yes you'll need something like this - or here's a prime version, you get 2 in this bundle
Pro 3 3000 is Ii-ion "55 on Amazon
Just picked up an oral b pro 2 2000n with lithium battery today in Asda for £35
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