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Faced with the abundant options in plaque removal, gum disease protection, fresh breath, and teeth whitening featured in Oral-B dental products, knowing which ones offer the best results can be confusing. All deals for Oral-B dental products are collected and shared on the special ‘oral-b’ tag page on HotUKDeals.
Faced with the abundant options in plaque removal, gum disease protection, fresh breath, and teeth whitening featured in Oral-B dental products, knowing which ones offer the best results can be confusing. All deals for Oral-B dental products are collected and shared on the special ‘oral-b’ tag page on HotUKDeals.
Faced with the abundant options in plaque removal, gum disease protection, fresh breath, and teeth whitening featured in Oral-B dental products, knowing which ones offer the best results can be confusing. All deals for Oral-B dental products are collected and shared on the special ‘oral-b’ tag page on HotUKDeals. Read more

B&M last week was £14.99 picked up 3 for presents.

WhkaffaBegum46 m ago

Got it from boots on the 3 for 2 so ended up being £20 each


Got it from super drugs £20 wirh tooth paste and £20 tcb so ended up being free

Got it from boots on the 3 for 2 so ended up being £20 each

Just got one off eBay for 28. Cheers op

WOW this is awesome, I genuinely don't know how I managed to brush my teeth in the past without bluetooth and a tracking programme to tell me where to bush. This will revolutionise brushing in a way I had previously thought impossible.

Im now using colgate sonicare pocket pro its better than these expensive ones its 15 pound in morrisons with carry case and charger. Please check it out it feels like a hygenist clean every time. Tried to tell my gf but shes loyal to oral b n they dont do rose gold in colgate. Lol

u01atc81 h, 37 m ago

When was this? That’s not available just now... only available at £140.00 n …When was this? That’s not available just now... only available at £140.00 now.. so it’s still a good price considering RRP


Few days before xmas was amazons deal of the day guess i was just lucky. It was a gift for my teeth obsessed gf. She loves it and the app that tells her how she brushes perfectly

This is a great brush bought it for £85 on Black Friday. Not sure of the merits of the video for my usage, but it's the best toothbrush I've ever used.

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bsmaff1 h, 4 m ago

These were £80 on amazon before Christmas


Yes before Christmas, they went back up and now they are down again. Maybe not as good a deal but it’s the deal available now
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stoneblade1 h, 14 m ago

Be careful with compatible I've used some in the past and they pinch where …Be careful with compatible I've used some in the past and they pinch where the spring is, also never seem to last as long. I always go back to original ones.


I've used compatible ones (and am currently) and they're been fine, never had any problem. I got my compatible ones from wowcher a while back

Much cheaper on Ebay if you look and on Amazon if you search

Price:£3.25 + £1.50 UK delivery now

Ordered thanks

Ordered, Thanks OP!

"Removes up to 100% more plaque for healthier gums versus a regular manual toothbrush"

Notice this is the only claim Oral B ever makes. In other words, all their electric toothbrushes/heads are the same...

need these thanks

Standard delivery and £1 digital download reward. Cheers!

Are these like a new head model ting?

OOS

Sold out whilst I was checking out.
Good spot OP

How annoying. Just ordered but didnt see discount code.Still bargain though. Cheers Op.

Use code SHOP20 to get these for £7.19. Bargain 😁

Still there... just ordered. Thanks OP
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was thinking about getting this one amazon.co.uk/dp/…BwE

never owned a electric tooth brush before, any recommendations

steve_b2123 h, 22 m ago

Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 …Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 brush now (that's after a full charge)! Might have been a duff unit from the start.


I had the same with the 600 Series one year back. I Live Chatted them yesterday after seeing this and they Instantly Refunded me and told me to dispose of the Brush & I can then order a replacement. I'm decicing weither or not this Deal for £20 is worth it for the 650 or pay the extra £12 & Get the 2500N? Which also comes with a Travel Case & Pressure Sensor... - amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

oftm12th Jan

I had to get a crown removed as it got damaged using one of these over two …I had to get a crown removed as it got damaged using one of these over two months. Have stuck to a manual toothbrush ever since!


I'd always recommend going for the ones with a pressure sensor light - the Pro 2 model and above includes this, as well as a higher RPM so you get a better clean. I find that when I'm not fully concentrating (or in the mornings when I'm not fully awake) I can tend to be a little overzealous with the pressure I'm using, and the sensor is a massive help with that.

Smfn5312th Jan

On amazon prime for £20 next day delivery


Did this but got same day free evening delivery.

steve_b215 h, 54 m ago

Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 …Ordered this from Amazon a few months back, awful battery! Only last 1 brush now (that's after a full charge)! Might have been a duff unit from the start.


That's definitely a fault. If I were you I'd contact Amazon & get it returned under the guarantee. The battery should give 5 days + on a full charge for several years. You could consider replacing it with the 2000N, which is claimed to last more than 2 weeks on a single charge

Great price, not sure why it’s expired as offer still on website

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undertakeaap6 m ago

Voting Cold - Way cheaper on ebay - many different sellers



I didn't realise fakes counted as acceptable price comparisons?

Voting Cold - Way cheaper on ebay - many different sellers

good price if you do have prime

rhinopaul6 m ago

3rd party. If you use a 3rd party with the 4 pack it's only £1.98 per pack.


Yes, you're right, that's exactly £0.50 cheaper than the original deal.

labky18 m ago

If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. …If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. And it's free delivery, no add on item. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B011IDUMNW/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1


3rd party. If you use a 3rd party with the 4 pack it's only £1.98 per pack.

If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. And it's free delivery, no add on item. amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "labky" 9th Jan

I always get 4 pack from Amazon for under £9.50 so it still works out cheaper that way but heat given as the single pack is usually more expensive.

Who paid £130 for it in the first place? No one. I mean I’ve got a Philips sonicare that was £299 RRP which I bought for £89 in John Lewis. Who pays these prices in the beginning for an electric toothbrush?

jona772 h, 4 m ago

£130 retail price? Thought the government were going to cut down on these …£130 retail price? Thought the government were going to cut down on these “inflated” retail prices. I like Amazon but they are the worst online retailer for using a retail price that’s sometimes years old to make it appear you’re getting a huge percentage discount on the R.R.P.


I agree completely. Really starting to annoy me, I barely shop with Amazon now. Can get just as good prices from the likes of John Lewis etc.

£130 retail price? Thought the government were going to cut down on these “inflated” retail prices. I like Amazon but they are the worst online retailer for using a retail price that’s sometimes years old to make it appear you’re getting a huge percentage discount on the R.R.P.

tomdabomb5732 m ago

Is this better than the pro 3 3000 that was on sale for the same price …Is this better than the pro 3 3000 that was on sale for the same price yesterday?thanks in advance!



This one has a 'whitening mode'. So basically, no.

Is this better than the pro 3 3000 that was on sale for the same price yesterday?

thanks in advance!

Ahmed.Shumayal55 m ago

Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it …Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it does?


In spite of the amount of water that was jetted out, I didn't feel that it came out with sufficient force to be effective. My wife and daughter both have the Philips Sonicare and have been very pleased with it. I know it is a couple of pound more expensive at the moment, depending on colour, but it is regularly on offer at under £40 if you aren't in too big a rush.


Philips Sonicare at Amazon

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stephenashforth1st Jan

Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. …Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. The water spills all over the place unless you are very careful. The water only lasts a few seconds. Just sits in my bathroom cabinet now.


Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it does?

Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. The water spills all over the place unless you are very careful. The water only lasts a few seconds. Just sits in my bathroom cabinet now.

Ahmed.Shumayal39 m ago

Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such …Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such devices. Did you get it for GBP 45? I have been following up everyday for the drop and thought I'd posted. Looks like people didn't like it.Don't know if its the price or if the device is not useful? I hope it's not the latter because I bought it myself! I had an Amazon voucher so I waited for this drop to get the most bang out of it :P



I've had an older Panasonic model for over a year, cannot recall how much i paid for it. I was sceptical as first but did some research (youtube) and was convinced to try it. You won't regret it. As i said, even following a thorough clean with an electric toothbrush, i still manage to flush out tiny bits of food from between my teeth and from between lips and gums. I found it impossible to get the hang of dental floss and the small dental brushes bent after a couple of uses. I found that it got me into a regular serious cleaning habit. My dentist is impressed and my hygienist has doubled the time between visits.

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Master.G3 m ago

Was £5 cheaper at the beginning of December. Not sure why cold though. I …Was £5 cheaper at the beginning of December. Not sure why cold though. I have an older model and it's great. I use an electric toothbrush as well but still manage to flush out more bits of food.


Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such devices. Did you get it for GBP 45? I have been following up everyday for the drop and thought I'd posted. Looks like people didn't like it.

Don't know if its the price or if the device is not useful? I hope it's not the latter because I bought it myself! I had an Amazon voucher so I waited for this drop to get the most bang out of it :P

Oral B make a lot of different heads. Are the other heads just gimmicks or do they make a difference?

I use crossaction heads,
Whats the difference with these?
Heat

_b1ff12 m ago

That's great - as will be your local town centre when the only shops left …That's great - as will be your local town centre when the only shops left there are £strechers and cash converters. Pretty much every deal posted him here one of the first comments is 'same price at Amazon'. So what?


have to move with the times... people have less money to spend so cannot always use a shop.

"so what?" - refer to my response earlier
Edited by: "tej1" 30th Dec 2017

tej127 m ago

Amazon have pretty much no quibble returns, next day delivery if you have …Amazon have pretty much no quibble returns, next day delivery if you have prime (1-2hr delivery in some locations with Prime Now) etc


That's great - as will be your local town centre when the only shops left there are £strechers and cash converters.

Pretty much every deal posted him here one of the first comments is 'same price at Amazon'. So what?

_b1ff1 h, 52 m ago

Cheers OP always looking to pick these up. Never understand why everyone …Cheers OP always looking to pick these up. Never understand why everyone is so desperate to buy from Amazon. Its a good deal so buy it, and support a UK high street retailer for once !


Amazon have pretty much no quibble returns, next day delivery if you have prime (1-2hr delivery in some locations with Prime Now) etc

Paid £54 today with student discount in Superdrug. Really good deal!!

Monaco.Blue6 m ago

Product Alert: This product comes with a two-pin UK plug. This is …Product Alert: This product comes with a two-pin UK plug. This is suitable for two-pin UK electrical sockets, which are often found in bathrooms.It's far too late for me to figure what I need to do to get round this!


A shaver socket adapter? Tend to be around a £1 in all good supermarkets and pound shops.

amazon.co.uk/Sky…0RG

Product Alert: This product comes with a two-pin UK plug. This is suitable for two-pin UK electrical sockets, which are often found in bathrooms.

It's far too late for me to figure what I need to do to get round this!

Has been £35.99 before, but still a good deal
Oral B genius 9000 on Amazon with Prime delivery £89.99
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I don't always brush my teeth, but when I do - I make sure my toothbrush has bluetooth.

ScubaDudes1 h, 19 m ago

So now I don't just need a toothbrush but a smart phone to clean my teeth …So now I don't just need a toothbrush but a smart phone to clean my teeth


Wait till the wipe my bum app come out heat added.

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ScubaDudes4 m ago

So now I don't just need a toothbrush but a smart phone to clean my teeth …So now I don't just need a toothbrush but a smart phone to clean my teeth


There are more models :). The 2500 is a good price also.

So now I don't just need a toothbrush but a smart phone to clean my teeth

RRP: £279.99

daudiamd26th Dec 2017

Anyone find one in Colliers wood branch, staff saying out of stock but …Anyone find one in Colliers wood branch, staff saying out of stock but can't see any sticker or section that it was even on the shelf?


dalecheesy26th Dec 2017

Showing in stock at the below but they're probably on another shelf …Showing in stock at the below but they're probably on another shelf somewhere like the above. [Image]


The instore tracker is really bad, it doesn’t update that much.

None on shelves Team Valley Trading estate Gateshead. Very helpful staff member went into stores and found 4 that had been delivered that morning. 3 left around lunchtime ( sorry couldnt post earlier )

Picked up the last one a barnsley Cortonwood, anyone looking they are Christmas stock so not with the normal ones

all gone online. will check throughout the day just in case more come back in stock

Went into my local they didn’t have any but kept checking stock and getting one delivered to store for pick up, heat added I paid £30 for the pro 2000 for my partner and now feel left out so bought myself one 🏼

Has been this price in B&M bargains for months.

Whitedot10 h, 27 m ago

I'd prefer to buy something that's going to last, yes. There's a better …I'd prefer to buy something that's going to last, yes. There's a better option for not a great deal more money.You seem unaware of the purpose of this website.


These last, are battery free and enough for three years. That’s good value that. Colgate Palmolive Extra Clean Toothbrush Triple Pack amazon.co.uk/dp/…6VD

Can we use Trizone brush head with this model?
Edited by: "babuonline" 23rd Dec 2017

Gustaf_Siden-1145422083759 m ago

Sorry do you worry about the capacity of a battery after two years in a …Sorry do you worry about the capacity of a battery after two years in a toothbrush costing £20? Crikey


I'd prefer to buy something that's going to last, yes. There's a better option for not a great deal more money.

You seem unaware of the purpose of this website.

Whitedot6 h, 48 m ago

They're trying to flog the old stock.Brush is fine but buying one now is …They're trying to flog the old stock.Brush is fine but buying one now is false economy IMO, you'll be moaning about the battery in less than two years (like I was). Just get a Pro 2 2500N with Li-ion battery from Asda or Amazon for £30.


Sorry do you worry about the capacity of a battery after two years in a toothbrush costing £20? Crikey
Edited by: "Gustaf_Siden-114542208375" 22nd Dec 2017

Actually yes, that's a good point, I've been looking as mine is getting old now, had it a few years, and needs charging every couple of days, and there is a massive difference between using it at night when it's on 2 lights, and in the morning if it has charged fully over night and is on 3.

admars20th Dec

I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but …I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but you'll probably pay more like £25 than £20.So I don't think you're getting a worse cleaning brush with the 650, just have to charge is a bit more often. However when I've looked in shops, I've not see the packaging stating new battery, just read about it!


Surely the other benefit of the lithium ones are that they are more powerful? With the nihm ones you get a couple of goes at full power before it starts slowing down as the voltage drops?

Lidls have these as well. I have been using one for over a year and I have to say, they are brilliant!

Yes I missed out on this offer last time round... but managed to find one in B&M instead.

admars10 m ago

I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but …I'm pretty sure the battery is the only difference on a newer 600, but you'll probably pay more like £25 than £20.So I don't think you're getting a worse cleaning brush with the 650, just have to charge is a bit more often. However when I've looked in shops, I've not see the packaging stating new battery, just read about it!


thanks for that I've had a couple of toothbrushes over the last few years battery last about a week after about a full day charge so might be worth looking into getting a newer model. Thanks for all the info
Edited by: "samzam" 20th Dec 2017

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Besford1 h, 9 m ago

So, it's all about how they look (not how they work or what they cost)? …So, it's all about how they look (not how they work or what they cost)? Listen to yourself trying to wriggle out of your comments!


what r u on about now?... someone gutted he didn't have this amount of attention off his May upload? lol go bug someone else

machomansavage10 h, 24 m ago

Precious about my post? Lol I'm not "precious" about anything. Just didn't …Precious about my post? Lol I'm not "precious" about anything. Just didn't understand why you uploaded it when "the batteries are old style" and yes I still prefer the look of battery operated ones. Bought the action pro from home bargains and that's lasted


So, it's all about how they look (not how they work or what they cost)? Listen to yourself trying to wriggle out of your comments!

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Besford2 h, 13 m ago

Don't be so precious about your post! Which part of "... good price if …Don't be so precious about your post! Which part of "... good price if you don't mind that. " didn't you understand? Just pointing out which type of battery these have as many posters seem to be looking for the newer ones and it isn't always clear. I have two of these ones btw, five in use in our household.Warranty is irrelevant: I'm not talking about battery failures, it's the length of time a single charge lasts (c 6-7 days vs around 2 weeks on the newer ones). Important to some people, not an issue for others.I note your recent post on those rubbish disposable battery ones: "I've had both electric and battery operated on the past! And currently using battery operated! I find them far more superior and especially being as lately there's been some great deals on here for batteries.... Remember not everyone has a plug in bathroom and it looks untidy charging anywhere else." (sic). So which is it? .

Precious about my post? Lol I'm not "precious" about anything. Just didn't understand why you uploaded it when "the batteries are old style" and yes I still prefer the look of battery operated ones. Bought the action pro from home bargains and that's lasted

machomansavage10 h, 5 m ago

Comes with 1 year warranty anyway. Oral B have replaced a few things of …Comes with 1 year warranty anyway. Oral B have replaced a few things of mine in the past. Also if they weren't that good, why did you upload it in May? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oral-b-pro-650-and-pro-690-electric-toothbrush-just-1999-at-bm-2657554


Don't be so precious about your post! Which part of "... good price if you don't mind that. " didn't you understand? Just pointing out which type of battery these have as many posters seem to be looking for the newer ones and it isn't always clear. I have two of these ones btw, five in use in our household.

Warranty is irrelevant: I'm not talking about battery failures, it's the length of time a single charge lasts (c 6-7 days vs around 2 weeks on the newer ones). Important to some people, not an issue for others.

I note your recent post on those rubbish disposable battery ones:
"I've had both electric and battery operated on the past! And currently using battery operated! I find them far more superior and especially being as lately there's been some great deals on here for batteries.... Remember not everyone has a plug in bathroom and it looks untidy charging anywhere else." (sic). So which is it? .
Edited by: "Besford" 21st Dec 2017

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Besford27 m ago

Be aware that these are the old MiMh battery ones on clearance (lots of …Be aware that these are the old MiMh battery ones on clearance (lots of postings of similar on HUKD recently and have been cheaper). The newer ones have Li-ion batteries for roughly double the charge life.A good price if you don't mind that. I'd suggest buying two and leaving one on charge then swapping them when the battery runs down after 6-7 days.


Comes with 1 year warranty anyway. Oral B have replaced a few things of mine in the past. Also if they weren't that good, why did you upload it in May? hotukdeals.com/dea…554
Edited by: "machomansavage" 21st Dec 2017

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mrkhal1l12 h, 5 m ago

I'll keep an eye out for some Oral-B ones. Thanks again


If you want Bluetooth one then 4000 would be good for you

BigBlueDot5 h, 17 m ago

I've got the Oral-B 2000 and 3000N. They're good enough, the latest models …I've got the Oral-B 2000 and 3000N. They're good enough, the latest models have Li-ON batteries which have a much longer charge than the old models. Just wait for the frequent price drops.I've had a Philips Sonic care before, didn't like it as much as the Oral-B.


I'll keep an eye out for some Oral-B ones.

Thanks again

Online only. Can I purchase to collect in store this item only?

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johnrs6 h, 5 m ago

Just this morning I was thinking to myself, whilst brushing, that I need …Just this morning I was thinking to myself, whilst brushing, that I need some new heads. Thanks OP



Cheers

mrkhal1l10 h, 10 m ago

Thanks, that sounds quite reasonable actually!Any recommendations for a …Thanks, that sounds quite reasonable actually!Any recommendations for a good entry point into the world of electric toothbrushes, that is good bang for buck?


I've got the Oral-B 2000 and 3000N. They're good enough, the latest models have Li-ON batteries which have a much longer charge than the old models. Just wait for the frequent price drops.
I've had a Philips Sonic care before, didn't like it as much as the Oral-B.
Edited by: "BigBlueDot" 20th Dec 2017
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