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All Teeth Care Discounts, Offers and Sale - July 2020
Penetrates hard to reach places. Okay then. #tumbleweed
You should remove your comment. Glad I didn’t waste my time and money buying things I didn’t need
20% off in store for NHS workers
Yes, cheaper indeed. I've been stung on Ebay 2 months ago when i purchased 8 pack Cross Action for £6.99 Packaging looked genuine but without even opening the pack i could see the replacement heads were not genuine and were frayed and nothing like the ones i purchased at the supermarkets. From my personal experience, i would never buy these online ever again. See the physical item before purchasing.
cheaper on ebay
Good find , missed out the other week.
Great for cleaning car allow wheel fiddly bits!
Probably last me until I'm 145
How frequently do you need a replenish of 36 toothbrushes!?
Same handle as the 8000/9000, just without the 3D brushing monitoring app (lol), and the added cost. (y)
Great stuff - just bought three for £32. :)
LOL. Sounds good to me. We need new ones and were looking at "top 5" reviews and it appears on the list. Incidently, who the heck pays £140 for a toothbrush ???
Sorry mate, I could've given a bit more info there true. I guess it depends on what you're used to. The big difference is the head shape, it's more like a traditional one rather than round, which personally I prefer. It's got 5 modes, whiten, clean, sensitive, polish and massage, I mainly use the second one but good for sensitive teeth too. I haven't had the brush above but I can say I had no dental issues at my last checkup and my teeth always feel clean? Basically, it'll do what it says, it'll brush your teeth (embarrassed)
I was thinking more in terms of the cleaning ability
I've had mine for a year and still going strong :)
So the trolls get there own toothbrushes 😁
Similar to the 650 I think, a side step not an upgrade
whats the difference between this and the 650? I think I have the 650 currently. in terms of charging, once a week I just charge over night. if you drain it totally it will take days to charge,
This is NOT a deal! Why do these things get heat? If you're tight, get a Pro 650 almost anywhere for £19.99, often less. If you want a good Oral B with Li-ion and no pointless gimmicks then get the Pro2 2000 for ~£30.
It's the pro 2 model that comes with the Li-ion battery. If I were you I'd wait for a deal on one of those as they often drop to around £20 and are miles better than the Ni-MH ones.
There's a number of people saying the battery stops holding charge properly after 2 or 3 months.
How are people getting it for £9 on subscribe and save? It comes up at £10.80 when I click subscribe and save
Thanks!. Ordered for £9
Thanks got it for £9 with subscribe and save.
It in Poundland usually for £1
Usually pay £18!
I have been buying this at £1 from my local asda for years. It’d have to be sub 70p to get heat from me
I get the feeling they will soon make all these small single items add-ons, so then you have to buy a certain amount first or something
All of the above out of stock at the moment with no option to deliver when available :-(
Biscoff and Oreo for Cheesecake perfect (y) £4 for a homemade one (not a tesco cheesecake...)
I have to agree with some of the comments, this is a great electric toothbrush. I much prefer it to the ones with integrated battery, as it's very powerful with 2 AAs, although I use rechargeables.
I've had two in the past 4 years and honestly prefer them to models with built in batteries and chargers. The flexibility of using your own rechargable AAs which last a good two weeks with two people using it, cannot be understated. As for the battery cap, it is a nuisance and I did crack the first one, hence this second one. I've found lubricating the O-ring with a little Vaseline before putting the cap on helps it seat and seal properly. Haven't had any issues thus far.
Even at the claimed 50% off (ho, ho) it's overpriced. Regularly available for £5-£6 at the likes of B&M. It's pretty useless though and the battery door will is a nightmare to remove and replace after a few uses. I'd honestly recommend against and certainly avoid at Amazon's price!
And home bargains
Not sure if it's still active, but Tesco had 8 of these for £17 last week.
Also posted in the Boots £10 Tuesday deal so posting them all individual is not needed really
Might want to change the post, it's not free.
I think this might need a quick edit, as the price is not "FREE"
Alcohol rules. You don't get the tingle with the nerfed versions.
Oh man I been tricked so many times with these deals. 3 times now once with listerine at 2.50, thought it must be 1lt since it's a 'deal' but was only 500ml Similarly with another "deal" for h&s shampoo. Was only the smaller bottle and for a average price. And then with men expert face wash, since when are they 100ml not the normal 200ml and why are the pictures so similar! My fault for not reading the finer details but yeh been burned mostly my fault but these were meant to be deal prices and yet were normal supermarket prices.
This one actually makes your breath worse in the long run as as it contains alcohol. The one without alcohol is the best
Just to let your guys know I got a 1 litre bottle the other day from Asda for £3.50
Same one with a travel case for a few pounds more also in black
Great price so voted hot but order yourself some genuine ‘CrossAction’ replacement heads the next time they are on offer to really get the best out of it. Avoid eBay sellers and third party Amazon sellers though, there are lots of fakes knocking about.
2000w? Could double up as an angle grinder (cheeky)
These packs only have one charger in them! I'd be wary of the seller based on feedback too. PM me if you want a second charger.
Good price and best model in the range: all the features you need without paying for gimmicks like Bluetooth you'll never use.
Pro2 2000 has all the features you want for ~£30. This is almost twice as expensive because it has pointless gimmicks you'll never use.
Same bottle has been £2.25 in b&m but Amazon deliver :) I spotted this other day :)
This is alcohol free. Cool mint has alcohol in it. If that bothers you or not.
Or Aquafresh at £1.28 after 15% discount?
Listerine Antibacterial Mouthwash Coolmint is 1.74 after 15% discount for me. Is this Sensitive clean mint any better ?
I think it changes to the current price when the new subscription starts. So this month it would be this price, next it could be higher.
@Tacavas When I asked for your advice on decent paste... never mind! (embarrassed)
Stays inside your mouth / teeth and a horrible taste, as you’ve not brushed your teeth. Awful!
It’s not food mate
I think this is the"cheap" stuff. Believe that their "Total" range is better.
From the thumbnail picture, I thought Home Bargains had brought out their own toothpaste fo a moment.
Just buy a Pro2 2000 for around £30; it's the sweet spot in the range.. All the features you need and none of the pointless gimmicks (like Bluetooth!).
I’ve had mine for 2.5 years and still going strong. Good purchase
I have one of these, I think it's pretty good. I've tried the better ones, but I like this one the best. The screen seems like a gimmick, but with the right reinforcement training (like brushing at least 2 mins twice a day), you come to miss that happy face if you don't see him. I've never used the bluetooth. Who'd want blue teeth anyway :)
do I need the brush if I've got the app?
I really don’t see the point in the Bluetooth, waste of power and you are always in a rush to brush your teeth so no time to waste connecting to the app. I liked the little display, it really encouraged me to brush better. I’d much rather oral b would make a toothbrush without it (for a lower cost) and provide a screen with it, think it would be the perfect toothbrush design for most.
Just got one in Worthing store, thanks op!
Speed too low but cheap
Very low price......for a mediocre brush.
No, local deal.
Is this in every wilko?