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Oral-B Triumph 9900 Rechargable Toothbrush £55.91 @ Argos was £139.78
Oral-B Triumph 9900 Rechargable Toothbrush £55.91 @ Argos was £139.78

Oral-B Triumph 9900 Rechargable Toothbrush £55.91 @ Argos was £139.78

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Oral-B's most superior brush.

Wireless remote display that monitors your brushing routine giving feedback while you brush, helping you get the most out of brushing.

4 brushing modes; clean, soft, massage and polish.

Oscillating rotating technology.

Timer.

Visual pressure sensor.

Replace toothbrush indicator.

Quadrant prompt.

Includes refills.

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come on is there anyone that would pay £140 rrp for a toothbrush, i wouldnt even pay that if i was a millionaire. reduced as they r overpriced to start with.

I paid £69.99 for this from Boots about a month ago, just feel the luxury...:-D
But yes, top-of-the-range toothbrush for £56, pretty hot deal, for those so inclined to go electric.

Ordered thanks.
Heat + Rep added.

is this better than the oral b sonic, they had at tesco for £50 quid

not an amazing deal seeing as its in 2 places at once, seems that they will probably all come down lol

Anyone know what type of battery this has - ni-cad, nimh, li-ion etc?

I had an oral-b rechargeable (not as expensive as this one) and it had a ni-cad rechargeable that worked well enough for about a year but then wouldn't hold a charge for more than a couple of days.

I bought a battery brush and stuck nimh in it so if they wear out at least I can replace them.

This does absolutely nothing extra that the Oral B 8000 does thatis available for £25 from Boots right now. Fair enough it looks a bit better and has the digital read out thing.

But the stats are 8800 oscilations and 40,000 pulses per minute. Why pay more than £25?

Agree witrh carleast. I looked at a few in Tesco today and there is ver little between them from the 8000 upwards. The 8500 has a "sensitive" mode (which would cost them almost nothing to produce and I imagine no-one ever uses) and a travel case, and is £10 at the current half price rates. The 8000 is definately the best value option (but I quite like the readout thing! :))

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come on is there anyone that would pay £140 rrp for a toothbrush, i … come on is there anyone that would pay £140 rrp for a toothbrush, i wouldnt even pay that if i was a millionaire. reduced as they r overpriced to start with.



Compared to dental costs these days, £140 is peanuts, so this is a bargain. This is simply the best toothbrush going at the moment. My sister in-law is a dental hygienist, and can't recommend it highly enough (and no, she isn't getting back handers from the company). I've friends at work who are paying 3-5 thousands pounds for dental inserts because they didn't brush properly when they were younger.

Good price. I paid £55 4 weeks ago for the 9500 at Boots.
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