Not bad, but these are great for Black Friday prices if you can wait, usually get a bargain.
All Electric Toothbrush Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
Is it still live? I can't find it
You need to select the 49.99 option from the seller list
Getting good quality preventative care for your teeth is better than spending painfully big bills at the dentist. Never skimp on quality for teeth or feet.
OOS already ;(
Can this make a cup of tea for you at the same time? Lol
Anyone used this site before? Thanks
Excellent price £68.99 on Amazon
Could have done with 1,
Ooof that ended quick! I managed to buy 2 though so :)
Now showing £34.99
Brilliant! Thank you!
Received mine today and was a bit disappointed that it came with a 2 pin plug, even though it states so in the description. It's common practice, apparently but I didn't know. Thought I'd try my luck and try and blag an adapter and they ended up refunding me 20%. Might be worth a shot for others, but it probably depends on who reads your email.
I was referring to myself having the cheap one, not you!
That's why intellect assists one not to jump to conclusions. I have the one in the pic, I ordered a second. Now, it's not always that I brush only for 2 mins, so that's where your whole premise falls flat on its face chipping its front teeth; It's much easier to look at a timer than to remember how many buzzes. I do take it on holiday (very rarely), but working abroad, it certainly helps when I'm day dreaming about anything other than the day's agenda to keep track of time. Of course it's 'free' country, I merely wanted to comment that I too thought the clock an unnecessary extra, although, I have come to appreciate it being there.
Not at all! After seconds 30, 60, and 90, it pauses momentarily twice to create the buzzing sensation. This tells you when to swap corner (I personally go for bottom left, bottom right, top left, top right- but it's a free country, pick any one of the almost limitless (Ok, 16) combinations). Then after 120 seconds, it works to the lowest common denominator and assumes (presumably because you've got the cheap version and therefore must be low intellect) that you cannot remember how many corners you've done or pauses you've counted, and pauses momentarily not 2, but 4 times! Foolproof. And works in the dark. And when you've not taken your clock on holiday with you.
It's not the same. I would not want a cheap buzz every 30 seconds; I am I to remember every cheap buzz? (cheeky)
Also theres a small leaflet in the box stating you get an extra years warranty (3 in total) if you register online. Worth doing as ~3 year mark is when they seem to fail.
It works with the smart guide from my old brush :D That's a very pleasant and unexpected surprise as I had no intention of sticking my phone in that holder. On the flip side the charging case uses a 2 pin supply. A little disappointing as I'd hoped it used a standard 5v USB supply. That would have meant I just take the case and plug it into my phone charger if I needed to charge the brush. But with the proprietary supply it doesnt represent as much benefit, since the case supply isnt much smaller then the normal charging stand. I guess I could leave the phone charger at home and use this to charge the phone. But it's quite a big case to have sitting on the bedside table. I think more likely it will come in useful when I want to charge a couple of devices at the same time. As normally I just take one USB charger and rotate what I charge. This would become the second charger for trips.
Mine is out for delivery today. Much shorter wait then expected :)
Not expired yet - I've just ordered.
20% off code available through voucher codes, got mine for £35.58 delivered thanks.
But when the cheaper one is proven better..............
People have their own preferences between the 2
£19.99 for an Oral B 600/650/670 and you're sorted. Better cleaning too.
No, I chose the non-plug option. I think it's because I used Topcashback - the sneaky so-and-so's bumped up the price to compensate for the cashback. I used the direct link in your post instead and it came up with the £41.99 + P&P.
5 Series is on Gumtree for cheaper here
Quidco 25% cashback at Superdrug until 23:59 tonight!
Thanks, OP. My daughter has this toothbrush, and always wait for the price to reduce to about this, before replacing it. (y) There is currently 20% discount for NUSExtea cards in store until 2nd October, then reverts back to 10%.
Here's the link: https://www.oralb.co.uk/en-gb/contact-us
Will give it a shot thanks. Purchased from Superdrug but will be a chore finding the transaction record. Fingers crossed.
You might want to stay away from the Philips Sonicare FlexCare. It's quite an old model that is prone to frying its own brains. I've had two in the past and both, after some time exhibited the same problem where they would randomly turn themselves on/off whilst on the charging base. Also, I think, it's a NiMH battery which dies after a while. The UV sanitiser as an idea is good but in reality is nothing more than a gimmick for a brush-heads that get chucked away every couple of months. I guess you could re-purpose it and have it as anti-mosquito light in your bathroom (or you could donate to your local butcher/deli). Best put a price tracker on the DiamondClean brush handle package the next time that hits sub the £90 mark. Far superior brush.
Haha! I duped myself! When I saw the black toothbrush shown by the OP and "Diamond Clean" in the title, I thought BARGAIN as the older black "Diamond Clean" toothbrush, which apparently also had USB used to be around £200+ on Amazon (see below). So I hastily snapped one up @ £49.99 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00R2SCHQS Only realised on opening and using it that it's just a "Diamond Clean Head", as per title. In hindsight I should have read more closely and not been so quick on the trigger. LOL My Bluetooth Sonicare with "UV Brush Head Sanitiser" is a better bit of kit. Well, just have to use it as my spare for travelling.
In this case I'd prefer black so keeping it clean all the time.
Looks like expired - back up to £99
I think its a general comment when comparing all brands. It's by no means the best but certainly not the worst.
which models batteries last longer? do you know if it's referring to other models of oral b brushes or different brands? i always thought all the oral b models had the same battery capacity
yes. 2000 is the lowest model with all the basic pulsation and rotation settings. all models 2000 and above same with basic settings. 650 has significantly lower basic specs.
Thanks op. Currently using 2 old ones that last a couple of days if I am lucky!
Superdrug have one at a similar price atm https://www.superdrug.com/Toiletries/Dental/Electrical-Toothbrush/Philips-Sonicare-Clean-Care-Electric-Toothbrush/p/754961
Eh what i need out of stock
Good brush (Li-ion battery) though this is the most you should pay for it (Oral B RRP is a bad joke). £2 extra for the 3 pin to 2 pin converter is not such good value. If you're prepared to charge it twice as often (ie every week) there are still plenty of the 3D Ni-Mh ones around; £19.99 at Savers, B&M and elsewhere (models 600/650/670). They don't have the presure sensor though and that's one of the extra features sometimes worth having.
Heat added, Bought the black one yesterday from Argos for £31.99 but looks like it's gone back up to £39.99 now
I bought the black one from amazon on the the 8th for £30.99. Quidco sucks theswe days in my opinion. Hardly tracks
you cant include cashback in the price its not guaranteed edit: mods have changed it
I found that cash back and posted on here the other day.great work with the groupon posts.and of course the 20% voucher is an added bonus.
Does anyone know if these come with a li-on batter
Ok so minus the Bluetooth are they the same as £20 ones?
Get a fairy will sonic on amaxon.....much better than these....take all day to charge and then batteries always die within a couple ofyears - www.amazon.co.uk/Toothbrush-Rechargeable-Waterproof-Replacement-Fairywill/dp/B01M70MOV4/ref=sr_1_4_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1537133064&sr=8-4&keywords=fairywill+sonic+toothbrush
Different model all together from the £20 everyday ones you see
It doesn’t, but these ain’t £20. I have one of the 20 quid ones and they do all that’s required.
Not in Aylesbury BM but home bargains do it for same price and checking back on here it’s been on. Lot this year down to £11 at Iceland - and Amazon had it for £17 odd so not a deal worth 278 degrees in my opinion even for new poster.
Well judging by the heat that this posts and other similar posts have got it would suggest that a lot of people have been fooled. It's easy to bash deals but it would be more productive if you found it cheaper and posted that. Or posted anything?
What battery is this? Ni or Li?
It's not. It's the regular price for this toothbrush. From time to time, it's on special offer at £45 or more so that retailers can try to fool people that it's a bargain.
Great toothbrush. I bought one from Amazon at roughly the same price. The only problem I have with it was the green recharging light stopped coming on after the first charge.
i got this from amazon for £15 prime
Bought one for slightly over the £20 mark last year.
The same brush but better spec is on for 19.99 by B and M. Comes with a free tooth paste to :) https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/oral-b-pro-650-electric-toothbrush-309699 Much better of a deal!
I was referring to your comment that the deal I have posted is Legit, Can you let me know where did you find it for the same price?
As I've discovered :D Oh well, hopefully somebody benefitted.
Philips sonicare deals get cold on here, not sure why.
Great use them as my dentures slip and old ..should have been more attentive like you
That's right and a day long top up charge each weekend does the job. One issue for my 2 is that occasionally they decide that they need charging and appear dead. Putting them on the charger resets them and they continue to work properly until they definitely need charging. Happens about once every 2 months.
Worth noting that although a great price these will probably be the older Ni-Mh ones, not the new Lithium ones. Nothing wrong with the Ni-Mh batteries, it's just that the ones with Lithium batteries last a lot longer. The Ni-Mh models like mine need a recharge every 4 days or so. The Lithium ones last 2 weeks I believe.
There are some poor reviews for the 2500N mind. I was about to buy a 9000 for £105. What's the cheapest alternative? I think there are some others that have the same oscillation?
There's an echo in here.
I think I said that
You can get the 2500N (includes a carry case) for £30.99 from Amazon.
£3 Cashback with £30 spend @ Voucherbox https://www.voucherbox.co.uk/vouchers/superdrug
Not coming up that price for me
Amazon price xx
Amazing price xx
Damn expired! Missed out again :(