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    Need advice and Price in Buying a Toothbrush

    There are so many to choose from and certain ones that cost a lot dont last a long time.

    Im willing to spend around £50.

    Hs anyone any good advice/deals they can tell me about.

    Thanks for the help

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    My brother's a dentist and he has this toothbrush and bought me it for my christmas, he says it's a really good one (although he did go into a very detailed explanation as to why, and also the proper way to brush etc :roll: )

    But anyway, it's this brush ]http//ww…ty/

    And here's the cheapest place I found it ]http//ww…y=1

    Could probably get it instore (in fact, definitely). May be worth checking Asda for prices but this toothbrush I'd highly recommend. Quick to charge, he's had it for a good few months and battery's perfect, easy to use, good results!

    I like the look of this one, it comes in gold too. It even comes with it's own special holder. The only problem is I think it will be a little on the large size but if you have a big mouth you should be ok.

    philipmorris.uk.com/prd…223

    haha beerman i like it good for the mother in law

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    beerman1

    I like the look of this one, it comes in gold too. It even comes with … I like the look of this one, it comes in gold too. It even comes with it's own special holder. The only problem is I think it will be a little on the large size but if you have a big mouth you should be ok.http://www.philipmorris.uk.com/prdf.php?pid=2223



    Idiot

    Lighten up dude.

    Gees I bet it's fun in your house at Christmas time!!
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