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Oral-B Genius Series 9000 Power Toothbrush, Star Wars Limited Edition $149 Delivered @ Shaver Shop

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Limited edition Star Wars version of the Oral B Genius 9000.
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Combine with 5% cashback via Cashrewards, bringing price down to $141.55

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  • +6 votes

    Sign up to newsletter to recipient $10 off

  • +1 vote

    With the $10 newsletter signup, it brings this deal to $139. If Cashrewards also gets paid, then it’s a bonus.

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    Dentists get this for free from oral b

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    Only genius in here is Oral-B

  • +2 votes

    I've been sharing this Genius toothbrush with my wife for a while, but I never find a way for both of us to track our brushing with app separately. It seems the brush is designed to be used by one person only.

    When setting the light colour, I thought each person in the household can choose their own colour, but I can't seems find a way to "switch user".

    I know it's very gimmicky, and most of the time we never use the app anyway.

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    I have the original (in white) and paid the same amount for it. Great toothbrush, but I don't tend to use the app anymore. The app was reasonably accurate, but, as mentioned above, it ended up being a bit more gimmicky than anything else. I would've preferred a black one though, but can't see any reason to buy another. I don't even know if you can get black toothbrush heads for it as all the ones I have seen are white, so take that into account if you like some colour matchy-matchy.

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      Got the white one too, seem to stain yellow easily. Other then that it a great unit, never use the app, didn't even take the phone holder out of the package yet.

    • +1 vote

      Chemist Warehouse now sell the midnight black replacement heads ($15 for 2 pack)

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    Any Star Trek edition? I'm for peaceful editions (Star Wars was capitalist response to the progressive vision).

    • +3 votes

      And a $350 star trek toothbrush wouldn't be a capitalist response to a progressive vision?

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      Disregard my last comment

      I found what you're after:

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B077V94PQH/

      "Episode 5 of Discovery featured a scene between Star Trek’s first openly gay couple in which the pair share the most innocuous couples moment: brushing their teeth together. The historic scene featured some very sleek Starfleet toothbrushes, which turned out to be a real product you can actually [buy]: the FOREO ISSA."

  • +1 vote

    Philips > oral b

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    Also does double-duty as a hand wash timer.

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      You're much more talented than I am if you can brush you teeth and properly wash your hands at the same time!

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    shavershop - no thanks, still scarred from the last purchase where I bought hair gel which was clearly tampered with, never got a response from them

  • -3 votes

    Cheaper electric toothbrushes clean your teeth just as well and provide much better value https://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/90697/colgate-procli...

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    So from what I've read it sounds like the 7000 and 9000 are essentially the same?

    And therefore unless I specifically want a Star Wars one and a charging case it is probably not worth the $50 extra over the 7000 which is currently $99.

    • +2 votes

      The 9000 comes with the travel/charging case (and an extra brush head). The charging case alone (which has a USB outlet and doubles as a phone charger) is worth the $50 alone for me. It means I can take the power cable only and charge it in the case whenever I'm travelling.

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      For anyone interested I ended up going more budget and buying the Pro 2 2000 for $69 (after $10 off code).

      Pros over Vitality:
      It feels like it has a better motor than the Vitality I was previously using.
      I like the 30 second interval timer instead of only the 2 min timer that the Vitality had.
      Li-ion battery
      Nice black colour
      Basic Travel case seems well made.

      The only real addition it has to a Vitality is a pressure sensor (which you'd have to be pushing very hard to trigger it, and then once you've done 1 brush you know how much pressure is acceptable anyway( and the Li-ion battery which apparently will last an extra week.

      Over all I don't think a Pro 2 2000 it's worth $50 more than a Vitality. So there is no way a 9000 is worth $120 more. At least for me.

      After all my Vitality is still working fine after 2 years (it was/is always kept on charge) and last dentist appointment he said my teeth and cleaning was good….I just wanted a 2nd toothbrush for my other bathroom.

  • +1 vote

    The force is a bit strong with this one.

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    Electric toothbrushes are so overpriced. Bought a $10 oral B one did the same shit as my $150 oral B one I bought a while back.

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    This, or Phillips sonicare diamond clean for $50 more (after discount)?
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Philips-Sonicare-33362-Diamo...

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    Man! I always procrastinate on deals! Now OOS.

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    I picked one up as a gift but they didnt need it.

    I dont need it, so i'm willing to let it go to someone who missed out for RRP - $149 - never used of course.

    DM me if interested