RECHARGEABLE TOOTHBRUSH INCLUDES 8 HEADS £12.99 @ LIDL 3 YEAR WARRANTY (Thursday 6th of april)
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RECHARGEABLE TOOTHBRUSH INCLUDES 8 HEADS £12.99 @ LIDL 3 YEAR WARRANTY (Thursday 6th of april)

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Found 2nd Apr 2017
High-frequency, bi-directional rotation effectively removes plaque whilst cleaning teeth and gums

Fully rechargeable, with 3 settings for customised brushing

2-minute timer with 30 second interval for evenly cleaning the 4 jaw quadrants

With a charging base that provides storage for 4 brush heads, a handy hard travel case, and materials for optional wall-mounting

Includes 8 colour-coded brush heads with high-quality, rounded DuPont™ Tynex® nylon monofilament bristles
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snowflake75

last time I went into lidl a guy hit on me and asked if I had a British … last time I went into lidl a guy hit on me and asked if I had a British passport lol



Yeah sorry about that I was pretty drunk at the time
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Kids version here £5.99 lidl.co.uk/en/…156
I got one of these a few years ago and after about a week's ownership, I left it in a Dublin hotel room by accident when away for work. It was ok, but not a patch on an Oral B set up costing 5 times the price (understandably). Better than manual brushing i'd guess.
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last time I went into lidl a guy hit on me and asked if I had a British passport lol
snowflake75

last time I went into lidl a guy hit on me and asked if I had a British … last time I went into lidl a guy hit on me and asked if I had a British passport lol



Yeah sorry about that I was pretty drunk at the time
POWYSWALES

Replacement heads £3.99 pack of 8 Suitable for most Nevadent and Oral-B® e … Replacement heads £3.99 pack of 8 Suitable for most Nevadent and Oral-B® electric toothbrushes https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=2162images


Very nice indeed
Got one there last week for £4.99 with 4 heads
Works great, the only let down for me was it has an eu 2 pin plug
RealBargainHunter

Works great, the only let down for me was it has an eu 2 pin plug



I think that's for it to charge off a bathroom shaver-style socket?
RealBargainHunter

Works great, the only let down for me was it has an eu 2 pin plug



​all bathroom accessories have a 2 pin plug X)
I have posted at length on here how poor the Lidl toothebrush was compared to my 15 or more year old Oral-B. After about a year of using the Lidl I got gum disease for the first time. Prior to that my teeth began to yellow and the tartar was never adequately removed. I went back to my ancient Oral-B that, as old as it was, has more power and cleans my teeth better.

IMPO you are better off waiting for a deal on an Oral-B.
snowflake75

last time I went into lidl a guy hit on me and asked if I had a British … last time I went into lidl a guy hit on me and asked if I had a British passport lol



That wasn't Lidl that was a nightclub and I wasn't the one hitting on you it was you who asked me out begging for British passport
No heat from me, i bought one of these three months ago, no longer works, piece of junk, and i don't have the receipt so can't take it back, in the bin and in future i will get a better brand named one than this, and i like Lidl stuff, but this is quite clearly inferior quality electric toothbrush.
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argosextra

That wasn't Lidl that was a nightclub and I wasn't the one hitting on you … That wasn't Lidl that was a nightclub and I wasn't the one hitting on you it was you who asked me out begging for British passport



​I already have one why would I beg for another lol
I bought one of these last year, along with a large pack of replacement heads (didn't know when I'd be able to get more). Took the whole lot back the next week as it simply didn't work properly: even when newly charged it would stall and make a screeching noise when anything but very light pressure was applied. If it was an intentional device to stop user applying too much pressure then it was set far too low; alternatively it was simply faulty.

I thought it was a terrific bargain (I have no blind faith in overpriced 'brand names') but it proved to be anything but.

I dislike Braun/Oral B for the way they have cornered the market with vastly over-priced stuff (bit like Apple really) but they do seen to have the best electric toothbrushes - just don't ever buy at their ridiculous RRP!

PS based on advice of my hygienist I recently bought an Oral B toothbrush with '3D' action (model 600 / 650) and it really does seem to be better than my previous '2D' brush from the same manufacturer. You should be able to get this for under £25 - never pay full price for Oral B and you don't need the more expensive models loaded with gimmicks!
snowflake75

​I already have one why would I beg for another lol


This is exactly what most of us do here, we get stuff we don't need to keep it as 'spare' or impulse buy
Brought one about 18 months ago, still going strong and just as good as my Oral B.
RealBargainHunter

Works great, the only let down for me was it has an eu 2 pin plug



​the oral b ones have the 2 prong eu plugs.
XP200

No heat from me, i bought one of these three months ago, no longer works, … No heat from me, i bought one of these three months ago, no longer works, piece of junk, and i don't have the receipt so can't take it back, in the bin and in future i will get a better brand named one than this, and i like Lidl stuff, but this is quite clearly inferior quality electric toothbrush.


If you bought on a credit card you don't need a receipt with lidl. Had the same issue with a microwave and they gave me a new one. Give their CS a ring. Very helpful.
whizzkidmucker

Brought one about 18 months ago, still going strong and just as good as … Brought one about 18 months ago, still going strong and just as good as my Oral B.



"Brought..."! X) X)
cliosport65

​all bathroom accessories have a 2 pin plug X)


My mistake.
Although it's for use in the bathroom we don't have one of those sockets built within the bathroom so I purchased one expecting to be able to leave the charging base on our bedside table
monkeyhanger75

I got one of these a few years ago and after about a week's ownership, I … I got one of these a few years ago and after about a week's ownership, I left it in a Dublin hotel room by accident when away for work. It was ok, but not a patch on an Oral B set up costing 5 times the price (understandably). Better than manual brushing i'd guess.



Electric brushing is only better than manual brushing when taking 'bad technique' into account (which a lot of people have). The advantage of electric brushing is that it takes a lot of the work out for you, so if you are prone to missing some plaque when you brush manually an electric brush helps alleviate this.

If you brush 'properly' (not something most people do) with a manual brush it is as effective as an electric at removing plaque.

There is however no proof that removing this extra bit of plaque contributes to long term health of the teeth an gums (although it might, if a proper study on it was done)

Looked all this up as I often wondered how much of electric toothbrushes were industry pushing a more expensive product, and how much they were actually better (much like 'safety razors'). I also much prefer a manual brush, especially as you can do your tongue effectively as well.

The most astute piece of sage advice on a toothbrush is "The best brush is the one that you will use"
Edited by: "meglaman2000" 3rd Apr 2017
RealBargainHunter

Although it's for use in the bathroom we don't have one of those sockets … Although it's for use in the bathroom we don't have one of those sockets built within the bathroom so I purchased one expecting to be able to leave the charging base on our bedside table


You can buy an adapter from Toolstation , Ebay etc so you can plug your toothbrush with 2 pin shaver socket connector into a 3 pin socket
toolstation.com/sho…iQA

Edited by: "buckm" 3rd Apr 2017
RealBargainHunter

My mistake. Although it's for use in the bathroom we don't have one of … My mistake. Although it's for use in the bathroom we don't have one of those sockets built within the bathroom so I purchased one expecting to be able to leave the charging base on our bedside table



​just buy a shaver 3 pin to 2 pin plug then you can use in any socket
bought one, it came with a 3pin plug
mine also has a 3 pin plug. despite all the negatives on here, I believe this is an updated model, so should be better than last years.
Has anyone actually tried the heads on an oral-b? Would be interested to know if they do actually fit as £3.99 for eight is a lot cheaper than the oral-b ones!
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