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Electric toothbrushes make it easy for people to protect and whiten their teeth. Adaptable, effective and increasingly affordable, electric toothbrushes are now a real alternative to conventional brushes, and could make the difference between suffering cavities and tooth decay and retaining a beautifully white, healthy smile. Check out the latest electric toothbrush offers at HotUKDeals. Read more
Phillips Sonicare 6100 electric toothbrush, was £299 now £89.99 @ Amazon
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A sonic toothbrush reduced from £299 to under £90 must be good, just in time for christmas.
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buzzbuzz8888

It's pricey but the only thing I've ever used that got close to a dentist clean. Wouldn't be without mine

ellenw

Philips £85.99 14% code https://www.independent.co.uk/vouchercodes/philips

World

I hope it washes away my sins for that price.

isco88

Even at £90?!

isco88

Even at £90?!

Oral-B Pro 2500 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Black £30 @ Asda
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Not the cheapest I have even seen for 2500, but I think it's not a bad deal.
Besford

None on the shelf in my local store. If they're still available for C&C it may be wise to do so ASAP.

Besford

No. If I did I'd be trying to persuade people to waste their money on the more expensive ones. I am a satisfied customer and a canny shopper though!

Jaybeam

This deal is still active from October https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oral-b-pro-2500-crossaction-electric-toothbrush-black-at-asda-for-30-3093109 why why has this post been allowed

Lifeistest

Do you work for oral B?

Hotlipz

I got one of these last year. Does anyone else have a problem with the battery after charging? Mine always says it's dead, flashes red. I have too put it back on the charger to get it working, then it'll be okay...

Oral B Pro 650 cross action electric toothbrush plus pro expert toothpaste £19.99 - B&M in store
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LocalLocalFound 16th DecFound 16th Dec
Oral b rechargeable electric toothbrush- 650 pro with cross action head and a tube of oral b pro expert toothpaste chucked in (doesn’t look a massive one). Not much more to say, £… Read more
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dadofdaisy

They’re £17.50 in Asda. I spotted it in the Queensferry store on Thursday, I’m assuming it’ll be national.

Haylhoo

Shop around and check for the deals on here as these have been posted for around £17 - they've been this price in most stores for a while now

ContraLegem

Also saw the pink version in my local savers so seems like they are carrying both colours. The toothpaste in the one I purchased was full sized as well so great deal!

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Oral-B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable & Cordless with Toothpaste - Bundles £23.99 @ 7dayshop
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Found 16th DecFound 16th Dec
LIMITED OFFER! Includes bonus tube of Oral-B toothpaste. Supplied brand new with brush-head and a dock with 220~240V mains unit for battery charging (a standard UK 2 pin shaver plu… Read more
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glen.march

You can get the pro 650 for £19.99 at savers

Besford

Needs to have 3D action. The 600 posted here (ie without that tiny toothpaste) is widely available for £19.99 (try Savers, B&M, etc.) but it only has the Ni-Mh battery with 7 day charge life. Pro2 2000 for £30 has the Li-ion battery for 2 week charge life and a pressure sensor. Yes, above that you pay a lot for unnecessary gimmicks..

Haylhoo

Deals like this are misleading when they get given heat people come here to save money so I hope they read the comments before buying to realise it's cheaper elsewhere and has been for quite some time. This isn't a deal, it's overpriced!

Patr100

What the point in paying much more than near the minimum for an electric toothbrush? I don't see that the more expensive brushes are worth the extra if the basic brush is adequate eg cheapest in the Oral B range is about £15. What am I missing?

Stefni2011

£15 in wilko 😃

New other Philips FlexCare+ Sonic Electric Toothbrush 1 Brush Head HX6921/43, £53.79 at philips/ebay
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Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
With code. Free delivery. Clinically proven safe and gentle Naturally whiter teeth with patented sonic technology Improves gum health in only two weeks Five different modes fo… Read more
Tacavas

Dropped mine and got a fast replacement from Philips, good service from them :)

TopTrump

Feel free to disagree. I've just tried to pass on my experience. Really angry with this purchase. 12 months or so into it, it failed, Philips sent me another no questions asked, and it failed in the same two ways battery died and switching itself on in the middle of the night. For a moment I thought the burglars had a snack and wanted to keep their teeth clean whilst they had the chance. The DiamondCleans - the gen1 I bought, also failed, but, I was travelling around a lot, so can't be sure if it was dropped by hotel staff as it started making a lot of noise but no real cleaning. Middle of the week after checking in to a 'reputable' hotel at the beginning of the week. Housekeeping bish bash bosh, move things around, you try proving it. I get what you're saying about the two button approach, because I was also apprehensive about the benefits of the DiamondClean and the absence of the button, but now, anything else is just second best.

Tacavas

Disagree, prefer this to diamonds ones, I like the 2 switches option better (y)

TopTrump

I'd stay away from this model. The second switch used to change modes sometimes has a mind of its own. I've had two of these, and both would switch on/off on their own accord whilst in their charging stand. And both had battery issues at around the 12 month mark. Not lithium ion so charge retention is not great. Not that cheap for a toothbrush that is coming up to 10 years old since it was first released. They've moved on since this was released.

Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric toothbrush £79.99 @ Very
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Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Reduced by over £220 Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush with 3 x Cleaning Modes & 3 Intensities -Whiter Teeth. Gently does it. The Philips Sonicare Prote… Read more
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Holgmaster

How do they compare to the DiamondCare model which I thought was the top dog?

psychoid

in home bargains i saw compatible brushes, 4 for £3.50

hanksy

It’s £72 on very if bnpl

EagleUK

Same price on amazon

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Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush at Amazon for £20
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Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Was £49.99 Now ONLY £20 at Amazon
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nic0

The 650 is cheaper elsewhere, same brush just free toothpaste. £20 is nothing special, its cheaper in supermarkets like asda and shops like superdrug

itsadeal

thanks very much for the info. there's so many different ones its hard to know which is best value for money

Sandy1012

Yes compared to the 600 the Pro 2 2500 (and Pro 2 2000) has a more powerful motor, pressure sensor monitor, 2 cleaning modes, and Lithium-Ion battery. I think its the best option of the line up, as the more expensive versions all have the same motor, but with extra features that most people dont need.

itsadeal

can you tell me what is better about it ?

michael.mcnally

Load of rubbish got 3 for kids when they was £12.50 @ Tesco don't waste your money

Oral B 9000 electric toothbrush £70.99 down from £299.99 with code at Superdrug
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Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
RRP £299.99 Voucher code HPN1218 takes £10 off once you log in, and a further 10% is taken off, bringing the total down to £70.99.
durrant27

Still not getting the extra 10% off (only the tenner). I'm signed in and have my health and beauty card on the account too. Any ideas?

Besford

Pro2 2000 for £30 is all you need. Anything above is simply wasting money. Oral B RRPs are laughable.

Beany96

Do it through top cashback you get another 9% back

afroylnt

Guess you know you are really well off if you spend £300 on electric toothbrush...

Phlop0

Agree with above. Its really not worth paying the extra being the likes of the 30 quid models. Absolutely no difference in cleaning. And compatible heads are cheap as chips on ebay.

Oral B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush less than half price £17.60 w/code C+C at Lloyds Pharmacy
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Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Use code for 12% off. Free c&c. Black also available at same price.
nic0

also available in black http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/en/oral-b-pro-650-electric-black-toothbrush-and-toothpaste-75ml

Nella52

Tried again this morning, and the store locator finally recognised my address! Cheers OP.

Nella52

Thanks, tried that, even went so far as to put in Leeds, York and Manchester, but it kept coming up with "Postcode or town name could not be found" :/ . We have two Lloyds Pharmacies within 3 miles of us.

daddirobbo1

Put in another town close to you, I had the same issue. I think you may have to put a town in that has a Lloyd's pharmacy.

aljack

Pink 😬

Colgate electric toothbrush £9.99 instore at Home Bargains
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In home bargains, was £49.99 now £9.99
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Besford

No, it'll just put them off. These things are absolutely hopeless.

rachyerbs

I found the battery life really short, so wouldn't be ideal if you were away for more than a week. My Sonicare has a travel case which is OK if you're not travelling light! I think this brush would be fine for someone who wants to see if they get on with electric toothbrushes. The rrp is laughable though...

helloyoufool

Agree & disagree... At home Oral-B. On travels this. It's slim & comes with a protective case that stops accidental use when squashed in your travel pack.

rachyerbs

Terrible toothbrush, not worth a tenner. Spend a bit more on an Oral B.

Dozey79

Good fines, my local has sold out :

2 x Oral B Genius 8000 (i.e. 8900) Electric Toothbrush £113.40 (£56.70 each) @ Groupon
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Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
Great price if you need more than 1 in the family To clarify, the 8900 is identical to the 8000 but comes as a pack of 2. This is also identical to the 9000 (currently going hot… Read more
dasachmo

brilliant, ordered the 4900 from argos and using the ebay code they work out at 30 each !!! thanks for the advice everyone!

Besford

3D models of Oral B are the best electric brushes but RRPs are vastly inflated and you don't need anything above the Pro2 2000 model, often available for £30. Above that you're paying for gimmicks you'll never use.

hukdm

If they won't use the app/modes and the 4900 is cheaper then you should get the 4900 The motors are the same that's why people tend to complain about the extra features being gimmicks. If you use those features then fair enough but otherwise it's just an added cost Battery on the 8900 is only slightly better (12 days vs 10) but that doesn't even matter so much if they just pop it onto the charging stand after each use.

dasachmo

anyone who has these - is it worth getting this or the 4900 (two Oral B 4000's) as its a gift for my parents who realistically wont use the app or other modes. I read something before about the models / motors being the same apart from the additional features like bluetooth... and something about the battery life?

chuckley

I made the mistake of upgrading my 6000 to the 9000 not realising the pro-clean mode is 2 minutes instead of 3. it was immediately returned. check the setting modes before purchase people, Oral B are going BACKWARDS with these 'newer' and more expensive models. Crooks.

Philips HX3214 Sonicare CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush  £19.99  free C&C  @  Hughes
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Next best price seems to be £22.99 at Amazon Here Feature 1 :Lasts up to 10 days Feature 2 :Rubber grip for easy handling Feature 3 :Smart timer and Quad pacer Feature 4 :Light … Read more
jj_jj

I suspect you have a duff nimh or have inadvertently mistreated the battery at some point.. I don't think nimh actually have a 'memory' so this probably isnt the problem but perpetual 'top up' trickle charging on the induction pad is bad news for batteries. You are best fully charging and mostly discharging nimh between recharges if i remember rightly. Li Ion you are best keeping topped up with occasional discharge. Either way we have a nimh one of these and it lasts 2 weeks ish between charges.

jj_jj

all the sonicare range are superior to the reciprocating type mechanical brushes. This has been shown with genuine clinical trials in terms of reduction in plaque. if you brush regularly and have good dental hygiene, you probably wont see much of any difference between these two types. But the sonicare are objectively better. My wife has this exact model, uses twice a day (auto 2 min timer) and its been two weeks without a charge. it is an nimh. It did take overnight to fully charge the first time. I have the li ion black version. charged quicker when first got it, but have to charge every 10 days... So its not a slamdunk that the Li Ion is worth the extra £15....

mummymelly

Thanks I’ll hold out for the better lithium model (y) 🏻

Stabilized

This is the ni-mh battery model. Literally only lasts a day on a charge so you have to charge it constantly. Would recommend waiting for a lithium model to go on offer as cheapest model sometimes drops to £30.

ElBuc

Don't go for anything less than THIS MODEL. And don't bother with any of the 'higher spec' ones either. The brushing is basically the same as all the others above it, except this has the 2 week lithium ion battery (as opposed to 3 week) so is slimmer and lighter, and it doesn't have the 'whitening' mode which is just a slightly different brushing rhythm that makes zero difference except in your head, and it doesn't have the sensitive setting which you only need if you have particularly sensitive gums (they regularly bleed or whatever). It takes all of the different heads too. The only other difference is the colour, it doesn't come in black or pink!

Philips Sonicare Optimal Brush Heads (8 Pack) - £30.99 @ Amazon
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The cheapest they've ever been according to the humpy website. Other offers include: Philips Sonicare Optimal White BrushSync Enabled Replacement brush Heads, 8pk, Black - HX606… Read more
dreri

Usually I find at least five items on sale. Coupled with 15% off for s&s, works out very well.

Pindi

I don't know why, but I never use subscribe & save. I really should give it a try.

dreri

Good deal for Philips brush heads. Got it to £26.60 with subscribe and save with 15% off (I have another 4 items in S&S already).

Savaholic

Humpy.?.....ohhhh! Heat! :D (y) (y) (y)

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