"Only 2 of Superdrug Totalcare Dental Floss 50ML available, you may only order 2" So I cannot get 3 of them. Only 2 instock.
All Floss Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
got this instead oral b
Ordered a similar item from Superdrug in the end, a bit cheaper too.
I never had this problem. It might be because you have already used the discount code on another order, if so try ordering with another account or as a guest
Oddly, if you add something else, to bring the basket price above £25, then apply the MIRROR5 code, then remove the additional item, the discount remains. Totally weird. I was having the same problem last night myself, trying to order this very item. It worked in the end. Seems pretty good value to me!
8 pack for £13.99 on amazon as well
20p cheaper if you buy 2 packs of 2!
Thanks was looking for a good deal on these
thanks op :)
Have given heat but don't think it will make much difference-thanks for posting!
30m isn't much. Try Savers - 200m for £1!
I don't have a mains-powered one to compare it to any more - had a Waterpik rechargeable flosser years ago when Argos always had them on promo - but the Oraldent is still easily strong enough to dislodge unwanted food from between the teeth (eww!), which is what it's intended to do. Not as drenching as the others admittedly but I find it enough, and it's not exactly a massive outlay of money (worth having as a travel backup option if nothing else!?). Well with the Oraldent I know you can certainly pump it more gently to have a smaller stream of water come out, and the new one appears to have several different heads included which might suit more. I can sympathise on the ear wax front, have had occasional problems with it, but luckly mine normally resolves by tipping my head under the shower water and letting the hot water sit for a bit in each ear. That said, I had one ear syringed at my GPs years ago, and that's probably what a Waterpik would feel like in there!
I read a little article recently Dr. James Le Fanu's column in the Daily Telegraph, where a chap wrote to him recommending the Waterpik device as a useful tool for those folk like myself that are plagued with earwax build-up. As this Oraldent is a manual pump, as opposed to the Waterpik battery/mains powered item, do you think this flosser is perhaps too strong potentially for ear irrigation use?
I've read on other forums about these manual ones. I might buy one on your recommendation. We haven't got a power outlet in the bathroom so the mains powered one isn't an option, and the battery powered ones always seem to get poor reviews.
If you're getting a water jet, get the Rio Dental Water Jet over this. It's expensive right now but it's regularly available at £20 - £25 I own it and it's FAR better than the Waterpik. Because it's mains powered, it's much stronger and larger reservoir too.
Won't a decent pressure washer do the job just as well? Saves me buying this then, gonna go get me Karcher out!
You click on size pack and it will show 2 pack £8.64
how do you get £8.64 for 2 packs?
Great find - ordered!
Thank you - ordered and heat applied in just the right place!!
Thanks cath1510, ordered
Good price. Sainsburys now allow store collection as well. Siva
£2 a head not bad at all.
just ordered some, and then came onto hotukdeals and this was the first post i saw! spooky.
only if you happen to be in Sainburys
Here's a better deal! Sorry OP...
thanks been looking for these at a good price :)
Not the same product (they're the basic ones!) at Sainsburys. The Floss Action are usually much more expensive and I've found them to be much more effective and longer lasting (even though Braun recommend a fixed time for replacement).
Trick is to charge and unplug, don't leave on charge as it kills the battery very quickly had mine 2 years with no issues
Sorry for the wrong link guys! http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CatalogSearchResultView?storeId=10052&st=specificPromo&promoName=Save+1%26%2347%3B3+on+selected+Waterpik&langId=-1&catalogId=11051 I think I prefer the Boots loyalty scheme rather than Amazon and Nectar Points - hence the info re Boots promotion :-P
I have one, been using it for years. Great product gets all that meat out between teeth. Love it!
not great reviews I bought http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-Dentacare-EW1211-Rechargeable-Irrigator/dp/B0009OGHQ8/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top
I was also looking at WP-100
Now £8.99 on Amazon delivered but £10 is still very good for in store price!
ahh didnt spot this!
also on amazon of £9.98 if you prefer to shop online there. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003U9V7PK/ref=s9_simh_gw_p121_d0_g121_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=19KVKMSPJH1Y5ENGVS6X&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=467128533&pf_rd_i=468294
yes i got some too, thought it was pretty good, i know they had this deal at £7 a few months ago but at the moment best i could find
I just bought some, then saw this. Good deal!
Mine arrived today! thanks again :D
Thanks. I was hoping.
All gone, shame
Thanks for the heads up folks, about 5 minutes ago I was thinking I best get some new heads and then this beacon of light shone forth.
Nice one :)
only £7 now :)
GUTTED i missed it :'(
Looks like I just missed it :(
expired, great deal sorry I missed it!
am i missing something, it now says £12.85 for the 4 pack?
https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/braun-rechargeable-flossing-toothbrush-heads-7-90-amazon/918119 three weeks ago
voted hot / cheaper than elsewhere
£10 in Tesco for same, bought yesterday
Why is this already cold...As stated, regardless of whether you think they are better or worse than standard heads, its still cheaper by over £10 from original price, and cheaper than EVERYWHERE else....hence a DEAL...this site makes me laugh sometimes....
Why would anybody want to give their kids fluffy sugar? I want to eat it myself!
Like all things, nothing wrong with having it in moderation.
Why would anybody want to give their kids fluffy sugar?
Deal link: http://www.gizoo.co.uk/Products/HomeGarden/Kitchen/CandyFlossMaker.htm Review link: http://www.prezzybox.com/products/index.aspx?pid=4629