All Electric Toothbrush Discounts, Offers and Sale - March 2019
Purchased...Thankyou. I had a sonicare that simply died and I wasn't best impressed. Toothbrush wise vg. I am gonna keep the amazon receipt and expect my full years worth. But thanks OP!
Philips is an ultrasonic toothbrush. OralB is just a brush that rotates fast. So Philips is better in many ways, but not as reliable as the rotation one.
Oral B. Philips stuff always breaks !!
Same problem here.
Oral B or Philips Sonicare? :/
Check Asda. Got one for £20 yesterday.
Yup, it’s still £83 in both my local Tesco’s. I went looking for one today for my Dad.
Tesco £20.75 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oral-b-pro-2-2200n-toothpaste-reduced-to-clear-2075-instore-tesco-waltham-abbey-3198611
Can't really compare the old stock deals as they had an inferior battery and speed.
Went back today and took a few more pics if anyone is interested:
Got one RTC in ASDA today for £20 from £40. Bought mine for £30 from Amazon months ago but even cheaper.
According to CamelCamelCamel the cheapest it has ever been on Amazon was £25.43 but that was a good few years back. The best price they quite frequently come down to is around the £30 mark like this one. I do accept that Boots had them for £20 a while back but that was a bit of a wild goose chase as I recall. I think they were just wanting to clear their stock as when I went in store to buy one or looked online no stores actually had any in stock. I also don’t think Boots have sold them since (at any price) which would fit in with the discontinuing theory?
Heat & respect for the level of detail provided!
This is specific to store. I’m at Durham & they’re £83 scanned.
Was still £83 in Tesco Purley, on the shelf and at the tills.. (mad)
I'm not surprised you're trying to deny they're yours: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/doc-johnson-belladonnas-pocket-pussy-9-at-lovehoney-free-pp-1110712 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/spa-day-kgb-deals-cloverspacouk-only-49-1293204
Checked my local store: still £83. Good deal if you can find it.
Not mine. I told you to use google. Clown.
Yeah, repeat post at higher price I think! Anyway, don't bother. These things are hopeless and I waited 3 months and had to chase for my promised '30 day trial' refund! Just pay a bit more for a decent Oral B and your teeth will thank you for it!
Home bargains is great
Much cheaper at Home Bargains, I've posted the deal 4 days ago. hotukdeals.com/deals/colgate-pro-clinical-250-rechargeable-electric-toothbrush-white-999-instore-at-home-bargains-sheffield-3191381
Amazon have a twin pack for £80: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oral-B-Electric-Rechargeable-Toothbrush-Powered-x/dp/B071NDJ66X
Thanks . Will have a look ,
Queens Rd, in the glass cabinet. I do not think is store specific, if you have another one nearby, you may find one. Is near the perfumes and the power banks.
These are hopeless - save your money. Took me three months to get my money back on their '30 day trial' scheme too. Just pay a bit more for an Oral B and your mouth will thank you for it. If you don't believe me just ask your dentist or hygienist.
Good price . Which home bargains in Sheffield was is it in please ?
Um, probably could, but a) why would I b) you probably have no appreciation at all for an authentic one ;)
I have both the old brush and the newer lithium ion powered version. I find the lithium lasts 9 days (18 brushes), whilst the old one lasts 5 days. No idea where the claimed 2 week battery life comes from!
according to whom other than you?
Not if you've got tendonitis in hands & arms!!!
Regular toothbrushes are better
These things are hopeless and I had to chase them to get my '30 day trial' refund. I really wouldn't bother with them. You can get a decent Oral B 600 model for a fiver more or if your Tesco still has the Pro2 2200n Starter Pack at £23 (RRP £83) that's an unbeatable deal for the best value electric toothbrush out there.
Its a good price for this. Oral B will cost a bit more however they will have li-ion batteries. Despite all the reading on this I cannot determine the type of batteries used in this - so the default position is that they will be NM-HD batteries ones. If you know how to care for these batteries then they last the 2 years; otherwise you will need to keep them constantly charged. The LI-Ion batteries in the Oral B will be more than worth the difference in price.
10MVC also works for 10% off
SC19HS spend £25 get £5 off
Coming up as £20.99 for me and I have prime.
I have been using this one for 5 years now and it's still working perfectly.
Sorry if off topic but I recently upgraded to the Li-on battery model and it has packed in after less than a year It won't hold a charge at all. Does anyone know what oral b' customer service is like as I didn't get it from Amazon and can't find the receipt
This will warn you if you brush too hard.
Any cheaper decent brushes like this?
Light Blue/pink £57
Is it the same one that is available for £66 on Amazon? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-ProtectiveClean-Electric-Toothbrush/dp/B07B18JQRZ
Got one from Tesco Extra, Quedgeley, Gloucester yesterday for £23, thanks OP.
Got one from tesco old fields Sutton store for £20.75. They had few left on the shelf.
Much cheaper than Boots. Thanks for this OP as I was going to buy this at Boots tomorrow at £39.99!! Have this one already but slowly dying. Used to get a very long charge on it. Made it up to £40 with baby food (on offer) for the local food bank. (y)
These were £28 in store last week. Can anyone confirm that they have gone down to £23 in store or is this on line only? Hot deal BTW.
Yep - Far better!
I think this is probably a better deal with the 3D cleaning action. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oral-b-pro-600-cross-action-rechargeable-electric-toothbrush-15-instore-online-asda-3183182
All this packaging for this 🙈
All good now )How's ya mum these days .
Going to do amazon soooo good . They will learn the hard way .
Argh how did I miss this
No it doesn't work that way does it. A normal toothbrush (or sonic ones) doesnt have multiple entry holes for grime to build up, it's one solid piece... Rinsing your Oral B head is not effective to stop this. Maybe you need to soak them in a solution every week? But what?
Already posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oral-b-pro2-2200n-starter-pack-was-83-now-just-28-in-store-at-tesco-li-ion-model-3177427
Are you sure it was the 2200 lithium?
I got this for £12.45 a couple weeks ago on Tesco clearance
Ordered two at Tesco online, checked out with £46 C&C...thanks OP (party)
£20 in my local Brighouse store, picked one up today.
The lithium ones last about 2 weeks and don't degrade as fast. Mines over a year old and still lasts 2 weeks. My old ni-mh were usually on their last legs after a year.
Yes (assuming the old ones are the '600' type). Some older ones were different.
Do the Li-ion and Ni-mh handles both share the same charger? I.e. If you upgrade to the new type in future will the old chargers still be useful?
Thank you :) glad it helped you out !!
To extend the battery life, I tend to brush every other tooth alternating morning and night.