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ORAL-B Pro CARE 700 Black Electric Toothbrush (& Travel Case) $54 Delivered @ DSE

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$100 at Harvey Norman http://www.harveynorman.com.au/hair-body-care/dental-care/el...

$80 with the good guys http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/buyonline/Oral_B_Professional_...

Seems a decent price, free delivery too.

First 500 orders with the code I believe!

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  • +1 vote

    This might be a silly sounding question, but as someone who has never owned an electric toothbrush, can I get it completely wet, ie use it under the shower?

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      yes. it's waterproof. just don't submerged it in a bucket of water though.

      • +3 votes

        If it's waterproof why not submerge it in a bucket of water?

        And to OP: I've rinsed my Oral B Triumph 5000 under a running tap every day for the past few years and never had a problem.

      • +7 votes

        Waterproof vs water resistant - learn the difference now or learn the difference the hard way later! (particularly with watches)

        I personally like to brush my teeth whilst swimming lengths under water, It says time on my morning routine. However I do find with only using 1 arm to swim I go round in circles.

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        water resistant

    • +1 vote

      Been using electric toothbrush for the past few years and yes it is water proof. I use it under shower everyday.

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      I use my braun toothbrush in the shower everyday. The whole thing is hermetically sealed and charges by induction (wireless charging).

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    Any cashback offer from oral b at the moment?

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    I use my Oral B in the shower and had no problems with it, aside form these new models seem to have a crappier battery life in comparison to the Oral B OxyStation one I had before.

    • +1 vote

      Fitting a new battery (approx $10-15) is a 15 minute job on most of these. My Oral-b has been going strong for around 5 years - replaced the battery after 4.

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        That does require soldering, which may put some off. I did that a month back to mine and it's been working well since.

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        Noob question here, do you just use those Eneloop batteries to replace the ones in the handle?

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        My one was about 5 years old. Still going nicely but shorter battery life. Would like to buy a new one.

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    Does this come with some sort of charging station? How long does one charge last?

    • +2 votes

      To be honest not sure on this model. I have a different model (I think the 500) that my girlfriend and I both use (with different heads!), so 4 times a day. We put it back on the dock each time, so don't really know about the charge. When we go away for the weekend it is fine and holds charge, been happy for around 6-8 months now.

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      For 7 days if used twice a day. At least that is what the manufacturer says.

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      Yes it does, it comes with 1 charging station :)

  • +1 vote

    Looks like it is an old model as I cannot find any details on the oral-b website

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    probably just a professional care 500 but black and with a case.

    the 1000 has the pressure sensor which isn't in the pics or the description.

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      It does have a pressure sensor according to Myer

      Charge indicator to let you know that the brush is charged, two-minute timer with 30 second intervals making it easy to track how long you¿ve been brushing, stops pulsations to notify you when you¿re brushing too hard, 1 customized brushing mode: daily clean, made in Germany.

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    anyone care to comment on the differences (or lackof) between the various compatible heads?
    http://www.oralb.com.au/products/replacement-oral-b-professi...

    precision clean vs floss action vs dual action?

    I presume floss and dual are more pricey (?)- anyone find them worth it?
    also, if anyone knows of good stockists of cheap genuine heads?

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    They're waterproof until you drop them and crack!

  • +1 vote

    Anyone got any recommendations on what I might be missing getting this tooth brush over another. Or something else that even for more money is better value?
    ie, are the Philips or another brand better respected?

    I've never had an electric toothbrush before, but seems like they are recommended by a lot of people.

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      I'd like to know too. Experts pls weigh in

    • +5 votes

      I am no expert but I have had one of these Oral-Bs for a while now (not this model) - my check ups have been better since, consequently so has my bank balance!

      Speaking to my dentist, he said the most valuable features are the timer and the pressure indicator. Mine has (and so does this model, by the looks) the 30 seconds intervals for each quarter of the mouth, and the vibration alert if you press too hard. Both important when it comes to oral health..apparently.

      I've tried a few of the different heads,including 'whitening' and to be honest I only really like the head that came with it that is like a conventional toothbrush shape, rather than the circle. My dentist said there's not really one that is better than others, just stick with the one that you find most comfortable. There's my 2c anyway.

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      I've been using Oral-bs for almost 10 years now, havnt needed a single filling in that time… they are definitely better than a normal toothbrush, and easily worth the $$

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    Thanks op just purchased one.

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    Snagged one, cheers. My old Vitality was struggling to maintain battery life.

  • +2 votes

    It's black so all the white toothpaste drippys will show quite well.

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    Awesome, thanks OP, picked up one.

    Does anyone know any good deals for brush head replacements at the moment?

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      The local priceline stores(Central Park, Chippendale) has knockoff head 4 packs for $5. :D
      Doesnt last as long as the original ones though (~1 month). But way better than the Kogan ones because internals of the kogan ones break after using less than a week.

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    Been in the market for an electric toothbrush for a while now, this looks good enough, thanks OP!

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    Hmm seems to be just like buying shavers. Relatively cheap when you first buy the unit but then when you return to buy brush heads, they are very over priced. Good deal if you are in the market for one although.

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    You can get imported/generic heads pretty cheap on eBay. I think my 1000 is about 4yrs old and still holds about a weeks charge before needing to go back on the stand. I bought one initially when my dentist told me i wasnt getting the far back teeth and the small round head would help. My old 1000 has the same specs as this one, not sure what the new one does thats different?

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    Has anyone every used this and could you compare it this this one?

    http://shop.coles.com.au/online/national/oral-b-vitality-too...

    Ive had the above and it works well but i was wondering how this deal would be an improvement.

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    Thanks OP, got one.
    Can anyone tell me the advantages of this over the vitality?

  • +2 votes

    Thanks op, bought one.
    Once you go black, you never go back. Ta.

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    Out of stock!

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    Bummer . Out of stock.

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    I have vitality. Must charge it every second day or it spins too slow. Wish I could justify upgrading…

  • +2 votes

    Back in stock

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      ? Shows as in stock. But it can't be added to cart. Out of stock.

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        It must be going around in circles, I ordered one 5 minutes ago.

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          ah yes, got half way through ordering 1 just then… now out of stock!

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          definitely rotating, back in stock just bought one

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          @zeckem: urg. Can't seem to get one.

          So weird. I'll bet I know what's happening though. DSE web servers are probably load balancing, some have it out of stock, some don't.

          No one is managing real time stock levels at 10:20pm on a Friday night.

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          @ChickenTalon:
          I don't think it was a stock management issue. The coupon was valid for the first 500 orders and it had reached that limit by 10:20pm last night.

          I noticed that it's available again this morning but you need to buy two to take advantage of the new coupon (not as generous a discount). Serves me right for dilly-dallying over the deal.

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          @OSienna: ?? Wasn't a code problem. The code worked fine on other orders, error message was product specific on the toothbrush saying "out of stock". Looked to start around 9pm from the comments.

  • -1 vote

    crap. waited too long to check with the boss. Out of stock.

  • +3 votes

    Although I have a perfectly fine electric toothbrush, I am feeling a pressure to buy one. Purely because it is a decent deal. Damn Oz bargain!

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    Can it be used as a… Vibrator?

    • +4 votes

      I always wondered, who was the first person to put one in their mouth and think: wow, with a brush on this it would really clean my teeth!

  • +1 vote

    stock available!

    bought two and used dadsday20 for $20 off

    $118 for two

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    Still out of stock for me. How dodgy must their stock system be.

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    Damn it. I really wanted one. Made a forum post a month ago for an electric toothbrush.
    Ah well. You snooze your lose!

  • -2 votes

    I see no racist jokes here, well done Aussie!

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    A bit late now, but there were much better deals around for this model: Shaver Shop had them on Ebay until July for $49.99.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Oral-B-Electric-Toothbrush-PC700-...

    As a general advice for anyone in the market for an electric toothbrush: check shavershop,com.au and their Ebay store. 50% off deals are quite frequent.

    Btw: I got this one during the Ebay 15% off promotion. $42.49 is thus the benchmark price.

  • +1 vote

    Got mine today… yay!

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