Electric Toothbrush...

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  1. kazz

    kazz Gold Member

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    Right peoples.....my sister has told me she wants an electric toothbrush for her Christmas pressie (WTF??!!!) anyway, apparently it has to be a good one....any ideas?!
     
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  3. DQ

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    Boots or Superdrug? They sell some nice ones without getting into mega money!
     
  4. kazz

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    Hi DQ...I was in Boots and got all confuzzled!! Dunno which brand is meant to be best, wat the hell an ultrasonic is.....too much info for me!! I know superdrug have a load f them half price....but still dont know which one is actually good!!
     
  5. DQ

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    Ultrasonic are meant to be fab (allegedly!)
     
  6. kazz

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    Cool....I like the sound of ultrasonic....sounds like a computer game!!!
     
  7. DQ

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    Buy the one that sounds good, then she can decide!! lol :D
     
  8. kazz

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    he he!! Might just do that!!
     
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    Sonic Care is a good brand of toothbrush, but can be a little expensive for a presant.

    Pierce
     
  10. Isobel1965

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    Whatever you do DON"T get the Oral B Vitality one which is about 25 quid, but is often on special offer at half price UNLESS your sis has a shaving socket in her bathroom.

    I don't - and therefore can't use the beggar!!!

    Sooo irritating !!

    I have to say that I've used lecky toothbrushes for years and they're fab - but usually get the cheapo tesco ones for about 4 quid. hehe!
     
  11. kazz

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    Hey Isobel, I think I have the same one as you....mine is pink....bought a travel adaptor so I could charge it!!

    Pierce....how expensive are you classing as too expensive?!
     
  12. Isobel1965

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    A travel adaptor sounds like a brilliant idea - far too logical for my brain! lol
    xxxx
     
  13. mrs tweedy

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    Hi Kazz, sonicare range in price I think the top model will set you back about £130 but if you shop around there may be special offers.

    xx
     
  14. kazz

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    £130????Are you for real????! Does it do a jig as well for that price and put the toothpaste on itself?! WOW!!!
     
  15. wannabeminime

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    I have had a sonicare ultrasonic toothbrush since they came out, thats about 11 years ago! Obviously i have changed the brush head many times since then! When it came out it was about £100 (I got mine from the sonicare rep at the time for £25! Bargain! They were just out, and were promoting them heavily), the one i have is now about £70ish i think. I have an adaptor to charge it in a different room. The battery is only just starting to fade after all these years! I love my toothbrush, and will get another when it goes to toothbrush heaven!
     
  16. nadhak

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    ooh lust bought one for hubby for Xmas as he is always using mine [so annoying] I am a bit anal about my teeth and cannot use a toothbrush once it has been near someone elses mush!
    In sainsburys they have a sonicare one with all sorts of attachments at half price - £37,50 - tongue scraper, flosser etc
    I bought that one
    HTH
     
  17. nadhak

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    lol at the thought of it
     
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    That one sounds brill Nadine!
     
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    This is the toothbrush:

    [amazon]B0000DINOB[/amazon]​

    My friend found it useful, as he had "water" buildup in his gums, and the vibration of the bursh head gets rid of that water build up. It works using vibration, so you can remove bacteria without even touch the tooth with the brush its self.

    Pierce
     
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