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Oral-B SMART 4 4000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush $70.40 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Us ozbargain folks have the shiniest of teeth with all the toothbrush specials being posted recently… well here's another one for the mix.

Cheapest price I've seen this model and undercuts https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/489228 by another $8.60

Copied shamelessly from Stan1912's post:

Features:
* Up to 100% more plaque removal*: Round head cleans better* for healthier gums (*vs. a regular manual toothbrush)
* Pressure Control alerts you and reduces speed to prevent pressing too hard on gums
* Daily Clean, Sensitive and Whitening brushing modes
* Better brushing results with real-time feedback thanks to Bluetooth connectivity and the Oral-B app
* Lithium-ion battery that lasts more than 2 weeks.

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This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2019

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  • +1 vote

    I ordered this one in the last sale to replace my xiaomi soocas X3 and it is no way near as good as the xiaomi.
    The Xiaomi uses sonic technology so is much quieter and I feel vibrates at a much higher frequency giving a much better clean.
    The oral b uses oscillation which is like a plane taking off shaking all over the place.
    The Xiaomi is also a much nicer feel being metal vs cheap plastic.
    I'm waiting to find another toothbrush and will use the oral b 180 day money back guarantee.

    Short video of the 2 comparing what I'm talking about.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/3jPHEDJ2mNrtuf6Y7

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      thanks for the vid, am going to check out the xiaomi instead. but why did you want to replace it in the first place?

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        My Xiaomi died after a few years of good use.

    • +5 votes

      I ordered this one in the last sale to replace my xiaomi soocas X3 and it is no way near as good as the xiaomi.

      Have any professional reviews or comparisons been performed because there are plenty for the OralB?

      Teeth are easily damaged and the Xiaomi to me is an unknown and whilst I love their products I wouldn't be willing to risk my teeth without extensive reviews.

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      What is the video supposed to prove?

      That more vibration is a bad thing?

      The Xiaomi seems really weak in the video… might as well use a manual toothbrush.

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        I originally took the video to send to support to see if it was correct as i didn't know they were different technologies.
        Vibration wise the Xiaomi is alot stronger

        I'm not trying to prove anything, just sharing my experience

        https://www.ordolife.com/blogs/ordo-life/rotating-oscillatin...

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          They are selling sonic, of course they would say that.

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        Vibration is only good up to a point after which it makes no difference. When I was looking at electric toothbrushes, the general consensus was that more is only good up to a point.

    • +1 vote

      Only problem is they say Oral-B is better at cleaning than sonic toothbrushes. Need a guinea pig to test both over an extended period of time and report back here.

  • +3 votes

    Same price at Bing Lee with eBay code if you don't want to wait for delivery

  • +1 vote

    Hmm this or the 8000

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      Thinking the same. What a dilemma! Choices choices

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    The 4000 is the entry level with the lithium battery. Makes a huge difference being able to brush for around 2 weeks without having to recharge it.Very convenient for holidays.

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      Oral B Pro-700 is $44 at amazon now https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B06XQY6PFZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i.... It says NiMH battery though. How long they last if I use one of the eneloops? Am I allowed to travel on plane with an eneloops in my handbag?

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        Oral B Pro-700 is $44 at amazon now https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B06XQY6PFZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i.... It says NiMH battery though. How long they last if I use one of the eneloops? Am I allowed to travel on plane with an eneloops in my handbag?

        Why do you want to use eneloops? Yes you can travel with them.

        The battery is sealed inside the unit, you never need to get to the battery which lasts for the life of the unit. There is little difference between the NiMH and Lithium toothbrushes aside from longer time between charges (which isn't that big a deal) and the weight (lithium will be a little lighter).

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      The 4000 is the entry level with the lithium battery. Makes a huge difference being able to brush for around 2 weeks without having to recharge it.Very convenient for holidays.

      Makes no difference, I put mine back onto the charger after every use and when we travel I get 7-10 days out of it before charging it overnight.

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        With the cheaper non lithium battery toothbrushes I was lucky to get 3 days of use. As far as I am concerned, it is a huge difference.

        Less power used to charge and like I mentioned, if you are travelling, less need to carry the charging adaptor.

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    Guys I am thinking of buying my first electric toothbrush. Can you please let me know what would be the differences between this and say a cheaper option that was sold for $10 in Harvey Norman? Is it worth the extra $60?

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      Has a timer, pressure (too hard) detection and better battery

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        And the better motor, as well.

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      Guys I am thinking of buying my first electric toothbrush. Can you please let me know what would be the differences between this and say a cheaper option that was sold for $10 in Harvey Norman? Is it worth the extra $60?

      What does one trip to the dentist cost you?

      Yes it's worth paying the extra for the better unit and don't buy non genuine heads for it.