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Oral-B Compatible 8 Pack Replacement Toothbrush Heads $4 (Medium Bristles), $5 (Hard Brissles) + Free Shipping @Kogan

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Noticed the price drop on these Oral-B Compatible medium and hard brissle toothbrush heads so ordered them for free with the $5 coupon I got for cancelling my order from this deal. I know the reviews for these from previous deal aren't posititve but for $4 I guess you can use all 8 of them in couple of months and throw them.

And before someone asks the usual price is $9.

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  • Got these a while ago. Found that the build quality wasn't that different from the original ones, well worth the price.

  • Would this work with the 'Oral-B Professional Care 1000' model?

    • Would this work with the 'Oral-B Professional Care 1000' model?

      Yes but you must like your dentist, drills and needles if you use these.

      • For what it's worth another family member actually had these (medium) so I just tried it out with the PC1000/PC1000B model.
        It is compatible, barely, but here's my thoughts:

        • It is louder (poor construction?)
        • It does not feel gentle on the teeth compared to the official heads (again, probably because of construction quality)
        • Bristles look like they came from a 50c store
        • After use my teeth feel clean enough, but it doesn't provide the mouth feel I get with the official heads.

        I can't comment on reliability, but it does seem like the bristles would wear out in a third of the time, granted that the heads don't break on you first.

  • The quality of these is utter rubbish, they don't clean as well, can cause damage to your teeth, don't last as long and in tests many have been contaminated with feceal matter.

    For the small price of genuine heads why risk spending thousands at the dentist and all the pain that goes with it.

    I'm negging the deal because of the potential health risks, a bargain shouldn't cost you hundreds of times the savings in medical costs.

    • +2 votes

      pics or it didn't happen

    • I can't comment on these exact compatible heads but I've had some previous ones break in my mouth and end up cutting my gums.

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      How do they damage your teeth???

      Seriously the oralB marketing dept is so OTT.
      My & mrs Supabrudda's last ebay fake toothbrush head lasted over 9mths (we wanted to see how long they'd last). I visited a dentist last month (after 3yrs) and I was congratulated on my brushing (err it'll be the fluoride in the water but ok).

      Buy the fakes & see. No choking hazard (why would you swallow your tooth brush?), no exploding bristles.

      • How do they damage your teeth???

        The bristles are hard and sharp and don't have any give in them and they don't wear like the proper ones.
        They don't clean the teeth properly, what do you think happens next?

        Seriously the oralB marketing dept is so OTT.

        It doesn't matter what brand of toothbrush you use but choosing fake brushes is a short sighted decision that will cost you hundreds of times what you saved.

        Buy the fakes & see. No choking hazard (why would you swallow your tooth brush?), no exploding bristles.

        Why? They are not produced in clean conditions thus are full of all sorts of contamination like faecal matter. They may use plastics and other materials that cause cancer.

        I'm choosy about what I stick in my mouth, clearly you're open to whatever Tom, Dick or Chan offer.

        • +1 vote

          I hope they pay you well to dream up this stuff.

  • THIS IS AWFUL, ITS COMPATIBLE NOT ORIGINAL,,VERY HARD FOR TEETH, GAVE ALL TO FRDS, THEY CHUCK THEM ALL IN THE BIN.

  • Bought these last year and as above, found them to be rubbish

  • If you guys know what the cheap material may come from, you would not buy. There are billions of tons of medical waste recycled every year, without being thoroughly sterilized, guess where they go eventually?

  • Have tried these. They are absolutely horrible. Utter waste of money

  • with the $5 coupon I got for cancelling my order from this deal

    thanks for reminding me. now what can i get for free hmm

  • These are horrible. Just don't get one. I got 2 coz they were 'cheap'. If there was any literal meaning to 'you get what you pay for', this is it exactly. Get the real stuff. Or just buy a manual toothbrush.

  • I agree, these (and any compatible ones off ebay) are crap. Bristles are tough and they fall out of the brush head - I ended up with a couple in my mouth after each brush.

  • I dont see the point in forking out the money for an electric toothbrush, and then wasting the benefits by getting a shitty cheap 'compatible' head.

    It is the same as buying home brand toothbrushes rather than Oral B.

    Does anyone know where i can get a discount on the teeth whitening official Oral B ones heads?

    • Does anyone know where i can get a discount on the teeth whitening official Oral B ones heads?

      Amazon UK is where I get my heads but I make sure that Amazon is the seller. I use the CrossAction heads 8 pack and pay after the coupon discount and removal of VAT around $23-24 plus delivery (order them with other items) which equates to around $3 each.
      https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00K2UAXEQ/

      Here are the OralB Whitening ones - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003U9V7P0/
      Around $16 before delivery for 4 heads so $4 each actually these are normally often 2.50 pounds off so even cheaper if you wait. The price just went up a few days ago.

  • i bought this like a year ago and it is complete rubbish. thrown away immediately

  • I've heard these are crap

  • Does Coles/Woolworths have there own brand of replacement heads? I'm sure I've seen them stocked and if I'm right, can anyone give feedback?

    • Does Coles/Woolworths have there own brand of replacement heads? I'm sure I've seen them stocked and if I'm right, can anyone give feedback?

      No they don't. Genuine oralb heads are cheap especially when you consider how long they last and the cost of dental work.

      Do you ask the dentist if he has a cheaper filling material or drill?

  • I've been using generic heads on my Oral-B brush for years. I can't differentiate between real and 'fake' ones, other than the fact they just look a little cheaper. Still do the same job in my non-professional opinion. Never had one fall apart in my mouth or cause injury.

  • I've also been using generic heads for months now and they last several months and I've had no issues. I'm going to give these a go aswell, $4, worth the risk!

  • For those buying fake toothbrush heads you may as well use a fake dentist to complement them.

    http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/warning-over-more-fake-den...

  • Avoid these they break internally and do not oscillate!!!!