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Better price than the similar promotion @ wws.
Head Refills 2pc are also 1/2 price.
is floss action any better than standard?
image of deal here http://imgur.com/kFbQygN
not sure if I should buy this….
This is a great toothbrush with probably 2 years life before battery dies. Heads can be bought from eBay or Shaver Shop (genuine) when on special. Definitely recommend for a low cost entry into the Battery operated toothbrushes. Im a self confessed Toothbrush snob https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/198593
Is the battery rechargeable or replaceable?
rechargeable, not replaceable
@xcal: cool. thanks!
now I should get 2..
They're not officially replaceable, but you can buy replacement batteries on ebay (try "replacement toothbrush battery") and they're not difficult to change.
Protip for getting the toothbrushes open is that the charger has a little triangular knob on it that is designed for recyclers to use to get the toothbrush open and extract the battery. You gently twist the base of the toothbrush about 1/4 or 1/3 of a turn and it pops out.
The wires between the induction (charging) loop in the base of the toothbrush and the battery/main board are very delicate. Handle those with care. Otherwise, with a deft hand and some common sense, it's a pretty easy job to do.
@douglasb: thanks for the tips! On my way to coles now :)
These are on sale quite often. However the refills are not. Time to stock up on the refills.
1/2 price refills? I did not fine it.
Catalogue shows refils at everyday price of $17
Op - might want to update or show evidence.
That's everyday price. Not 1/2.
Recently purchased the top model brush, was over $200. But it makes these cheap ones feel like a toy! The difference in speed and power is huge. Was sceptical as I have always had the cheapie. Worth checkin out if you can afford it.
how long is its lifetime? the battery is replaceable or not?
i am currently using vitality 500 ($100 back in the days?)
Batteries on all models (Budget-Top end) seem to last about 2-2.5 years if unit is looked after. YouTube does have videos that show how to replace the batteries, but seems problematic as they are soldered on and IMO its easier to just buy another when on special. I wish they were replaceable for environmental reasons, but they obviously want you to buy new units so make this extremely difficult for your average Joe.
Thanks OP, I'll grab one in the morning.
Refills are $17 for a 2pk on the catalogue (everyday price) but can be had cheaper elsewhere. 4 pack here for $24.95 http://www.shavershop.com.au/online-store/oral-care/toothbru...
Thanks for sharing. Is it free postage?
why dont you just click that link? it is much easier than asking another question which the answer was already given.
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