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posted: Jan. 16, 2014 @ 5:07p
Oral-B Professional Healthy Clean Precision 1000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush Thanks Valtron9000 Disclaimer
No.1 Dentist Recommended Toothbrush Brand Worldwide - Oral-B. 60-day Money Back Guarantee and 2-Year Limited Warranty for replacement or repair of product. (Full details inside of pack.) Unlike brushes that just vibrate, Oral-B's clinically proven technology pulsates to break up plaque and oscillates and rotates to sweep plaque away. Dentist-inspired Precision Clean refill brush head surrounds each tooth for precise cleaning in hard to reach areas. Key handle Features: Up to 7 Day Battery Life (2min, 2X/day), Professional timer to help brush 4 quadrants at 30 seconds each, Visual pressure indicator to alert hard brushing, and handle display to show charge life.
I'd there a better link as I do not see the replacement heads on my Droid?
posted: Jan. 17, 2014 @ 9:40a
Using compatible may end up costing more as I have yet to find a cheap "compatible" that are in good quality.
posted: Jan. 17, 2014 @ 11:57a
The name brand heads for these have gotten prohibitively expensive. They went from less than $4 a head to over $7 a head. Unless you find a good source for the generic heads that don't fall apart, I'd say to avoid Oral-B electrics for now.
RADa5AURU5 said: Still cheaper than Sonicare heads and a lot cheaper than dental procedures! Oh man tell me about it the last time I went to the dentist I ended up spending $750 and that was after what little bit the insurance paid.
posted: Jan. 17, 2014 @ 6:28p
freddyfoster said: The name brand heads for these have gotten prohibitively expensive. They went from less than $4 a head to over $7 a head. Unless you find a good source for the generic heads that don't fall apart, I'd say to avoid Oral-B electrics for now.
Agreed, and the generics are not even worth one's time. The only thing that keeps me with Oral-B is Philips brush heads are even more expensive, especially for the base models.
My current solution is to end up buying and stockpiling Oral-B brush heads when they go on sale for about $5 or less a piece, which seems to happen once or twice a year. Each head is recommended for 3 months of use, so buying 12 heads means I'm set for 3 years at least.
posted: Jan. 17, 2014 @ 6:59p
I have an oralb and my wife has a sonicare - I envy hers. Just seems like it works a lot better.
bluegreenturtle said: I have an oralb and my wife has a sonicare - I envy hers. Just seems like it works a lot better. Just use hers when she's not looking
posted: Jan. 23, 2014 @ 9:25p
posted: Jan. 23, 2014 @ 9:53p
Kattah said: I think it's possible that the deal got hotter with this $20 mail in rebate. This MIR expired in July 2013
posted: Jan. 23, 2014 @ 9:59p
usr8054 said: Kattah said: I think it's possible that the deal got hotter with this $20 mail in rebate. This MIR expired in July 2013 Doh! I'm a spaz. Sorry!
posted: Jan. 23, 2014 @ 11:23p
Costco has double package with $15 rebate.
posted: Jan. 24, 2014 @ 12:56a
posted: Jan. 24, 2014 @ 1:12a
Kattah said: OK, if you can look past that I forgot it was 2014 on my last bow-wow post, I have found a current $20 MIR, here
Offer valid on purchases made between November 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. Rebates must be postmarked by July 14, 2014
Oh, and the toothbrush price is the same at WalMart right now, if you are looking to spend money on your WalMart card and/or want some FatCash as an added bonus. Link Wow, my $6 toothbrush will arrive Jan 28. Thank you, and my dentist will be disappointed if I don't have any cavities on the next cleaning appointment.
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posted: Jan. 24, 2014 @ 1:25a
Any way to get genuine replacement brush heads cheaper than $30/year?
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