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Oral-B Pro 2 2500 Black Edition Electric Toothbrush and 75ml Oral B toothpaste for £27.43 delivered @ AYP Healthcare
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
What is the Oral-B Pro 2500 toothbrush? Experience Oral-B Pro 2 from the #1 brand recommended by dentist worldwide. The sleek handle of the Pro 2 electric toothbrush helps you bru… Read more

Doh! (lol) All the shops are charging circa £40+. Boots only stocks the 2900 model. Amazon charge £32.98. Lloyds Pharmacy £32 and there is a 10% discount code for them that still works. Unless you find it cheaper on ebay or Asda have a clearance price? Charge lasts me 2 weeks. Had it since November. Great brush. My old brush needed charging weekly.


Good buy, been looking for this one in the shops. Got too excited when I saw this and forgot to use the code (annoyed)


This a very good toothbrush. Been using this model for the last couple of years. The charge time is half of the old ones. So, you can get the toothbrush charged in about 12 hours instead of 24.


If you don't add the toothpaste once you get to checkout price will rise to £27.68 as they add postage for under £30. So they pay you 25p to add the toothpaste. (highfive) Not found many other products below £3 on their site.


Free shipping above £30. So consider adding 3 x new heards for £5.99. Or adding toothpaste for £2.49. Adding the toothpase reduces price to £27.43. 3x replacement heads for £5.99. Works out £30.58;

Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean 9000 Set of 2 - £230 @ Amazon
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Very cheap. Info below: From the no.1 dental professional recommended sonic toothbrush brand worldwide Whiter teeth in 1 day.* helps prevent the most common oral health care i… Read more

The Oral-B io8 twin set is cheaper £220 at boots


The diamond cleans are better but i'm not sure if this one is much better than the other ones in that range. I've had one for years and rather than having 2 brushes, we use the same unit and our own brush head. You can get a very good one for £95 off amazon


Oral B better anyway. Just switched back. Sonicare heads weren’t great, but big really.


(lol) "Very cheap"


Is this a joke? I doubt this is any better then the basic £30/£40 ones rrp £540 lol

Oral-B Pro 600 Floss Action Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush - £18.13 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Seems like a good price (y) Features & details Dynamic movement helps you achieve enhanced results Removes up to 100 Percent more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush… Read more

Ditto. Mine going good for 6 years, but ordered another for the OH. Thanks OP


Here you go, someone just posted this one:


Li-ion batteries don't deteriorate the way Ni-Mh ones do.


I'm not looking at the moment but ASDA deals seem to be the best posted recently. If you find a good deal please post it.


Do the batteries on the Lithium ones not all die within two years? I had a 6000N,should have listened to the reviews.

4-Pack Colgate Premier Clean Medium Toothbrushes £1 @ Poundland
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th MayLocalLocal
4-Pack Colgate Premier Clean Medium Toothbrushes £1 @ Poundland OR £1.99 Delivered Here… Read more
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Colgate Kids Minions Extra Soft Battery Toothbrush, 3+ Years £3.50 prime / £7.99 non prime @ Amazon
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Colgate Kids Minions Extra Soft Battery Toothbrush, 3+ Years Buy 4 and save 5% Features & details Toothbrush - Make brushing fun with the Colgate Minions Battery toothbrush… Read more

Brilliant! Thanks for the advice and I shall too keep an eye out for replacement brushes from Oral b with replacement heads :)


Thanks... That's the plan for us too. Getting both of them brushing with their fav characters on brush :) Will definitely recycle, thanks for the heads up! :)


we only noticed when my son dropped it on the floor and bits fell out, then I tried hitting the toothbrush with the holes facing my hand and more bits kept falling out... as @wadz says, they lasted about the same amount of time as normal toothbrush (charged batteries several times) but it did encourage and help the kids brush more and better. So I am waiting for a good deal for those oral-b ones with replaceable heads for 3+ year olds (currently at or just below £20 a pop).


Last one lasted about 4 months with our little one. Which is about the same for a non electronic tooth brush. Advantage was it encouraged her to brush her teeth opposed to the non electronic one. These should be recyclable so please do not throw away in the normal bin


Oh no. Useless then. Just received ours today. Gonna keep an eye on mold. Thanks!