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Oral-B SmartSeries 6000 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush - £59.99 @ Amazon
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Oral-B SmartSeries 6000 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush, 1 White App Connected Handle, 5 Cleaning Modes with Whitening and Gum Care, Pressure Sensor, 4 Toothbrush Heads, Travel Case, UK 2 Pin Plug
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I love mine... especially the smiley face I get when I brush over 2 mins
thaliar22/08/2019 07:44

I love mine... especially the smiley face I get when I brush over 2 mins


You sound like you're easily pleased
The only issue with this model (unless things have changed from reviews) is it isn't an 'N' ending model and doesn't have a lithium rechargeable battery. I have changed the old nimh batteries in my older oral b toothbrushes when they have died, which has kept them going for further years. It is doable but a little fiddly.

I wish they just supplied lithium batteries in the full range and not mix and match batteries for anything above the basic versions. We'd get better battery performance.

Edit: I have added heat to the deal as the price seems good.
Edited by: "thetarget" 22nd Aug
I have this model and it no longer holds a charge so needs to be charging constantly. Batteries can’t easily be changed either so I don’t think this product offers much value.
marcelodavanzo22/08/2019 11:21

I have this model and it no longer holds a charge so needs to be charging …I have this model and it no longer holds a charge so needs to be charging constantly. Batteries can’t easily be changed either so I don’t think this product offers much value.



It's really not hard if you know how to use a soldering iron. I did mine recently.
All you need is an Oral B Pro2 2000 for around £30: all the useful bits without the gimmicks (eg Li-ion, pressure sensor, timer, 3D action).
Edited by: "Besford" 22nd Aug
Besford22/08/2019 12:06

All you need is an Oral B Pro2 2000 for around £30: all the useful bits …All you need is an Oral B Pro2 2000 for around £30: all the useful bits without the gimmicks (eg Li-ion, pressure sensor, 3D action).



Doesn't have the timer - I find that really useful to help me do the full 2 minutes each time. Travel case is important for me as well, but maybe that does come with the 2000.
Dodge6222/08/2019 15:17

Doesn't have the timer - I find that really useful to help me do the full …Doesn't have the timer - I find that really useful to help me do the full 2 minutes each time. Travel case is important for me as well, but maybe that does come with the 2000.


2 minutes is more of a guide. Inspect your teeth in the mirror and floss afterwards.
Dodge6222/08/2019 15:17

Doesn't have the timer - I find that really useful to help me do the full …Doesn't have the timer - I find that really useful to help me do the full 2 minutes each time. Travel case is important for me as well, but maybe that does come with the 2000.


It does have the 4x30secs timer (what made you think it didn't?) and the case comes with some kits (not very good though - don't base a choice on that).
Besford22/08/2019 15:46

It does have the 4x30secs timer (what made you think it didn't?)


I meant the separate wireless clock/timer. Might be a personal thing, but I find it seems to take forever when I'm just waiting for it to do the stop-start thing every 30 seconds, but when I can see exactly how much time there is to go I'm not half as tempted to skip to the next quadrant early. The case is fine for travelling - when I didn't have one I was unable to find anything suitable for the job.
Dodge6222/08/2019 11:28

It's really not hard if you know how to use a soldering iron. I did mine …It's really not hard if you know how to use a soldering iron. I did mine recently.


But by definition, that makes it difficult for a lot of people already to a) have a soldering iron, b) to be able to source the replacement battery and c) to solder properly with the correct solder material and quantity of solder.
zlain25/08/2019 00:02

But by definition, that makes it difficult for a lot of people already to …But by definition, that makes it difficult for a lot of people already to a) have a soldering iron, b) to be able to source the replacement battery and c) to solder properly with the correct solder material and quantity of solder.


You mean some people don’t have a soldering iron? How odd. I’ve got at least five.
Dodge6222/08/2019 11:28

It's really not hard if you know how to use a soldering iron. I did mine …It's really not hard if you know how to use a soldering iron. I did mine recently.


I’m doing mine now because of your comment. Thanks for the motivation!
marcelodavanzo22/08/2019 11:21

I have this model and it no longer holds a charge so needs to be charging …I have this model and it no longer holds a charge so needs to be charging constantly. Batteries can’t easily be changed either so I don’t think this product offers much value.


Search on ebay or amazon. Someone can fix the battery for under £20. Might save you some money.
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