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Oral-B Genius 9000 Electric Toothbrush - $149 Delivered @ Shaver Shop

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Oral b 9000 Toothbrush $149 delivered with coupon code, otherwise $189 without coupon code and rrp $349. First 300 orders with coupon code.

I ordered black based on other people's comments (in previous posts) regarding the handle turning yellow or looking mouldy.

Know you’re getting a superior clean* with the Oral-B Genius 9000 electric toothbrush. This highly advanced brush features a dentist-inspired round head that surrounds and cups each tooth with dynamic oscillating, rotating and pulsating movements is clincally proven to remove 100% more plaque.

Oral-B is the #1 Toothbrush brand used by dentists worldwide. Its round head cleans better* for healthier gums.

Contents: 1 Bluetooth connected handle, 3 brush heads, improved Lithium Ion battery, USB chargeable travel case, upgraded charger, refill holder and smartphone holder

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  • +1 vote

    Should try cashreward too?

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      I tried with shopback.. But because a coupon has to be entered, I'm unsure it'll go through. Worth a try!

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    Many thanks OP. Got one in black.

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    Never tried an electric toothbrush before, is it good?

    Also, do i need to buy new brushes when i wear out the brushes that I've been using?

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      Absolutely worth it, I'll never go back to manual. This is also a premium elecric toothbrush at the everyday electric toothbrush price. Go for it!

      Yes, you'll need to buy replacement heads, rather inexpensive for quality brushes and there's various types to choose from. Wear rate is about the same as a manual brush and depends a lot on how much force you apply when brushing. This electric toothbrush will warn of high pressure, so you'll find the brushes last a decent amount more if you traditionally apply a lot of force when brushing.

    • +1 vote

      My teeth are yellowed because I used to brush so "thoroughly" I wore off all the enamel from my teeth. This created all end of problems for me - I couldn't brush aggressively because I've worn down my teeth, but not brushing aggressively didn't properly clean my teeth. So ultimately dentist always complained that my gums were aggravated and my teeth always had to have craploads of plaque chipped off them in chunks… and that's even though I brushed them very thoroughly.

      I thought electric toothbrushes were a load of crap, and plus figured they would aggravate my highly sensitive teeth and gums that I have caused. However, my dentist insisted I needed to do this.

      So I got the top of the range Oral B Genius 9000 Star Wars edition at the time and a heap of the "sensitive" heads. I must say I've been an immediate convert since:
      1. The toothbrush and app warn me if I'm not brushing long enough, properly, or using too much force
      2. My teeth have that "just been to the dentist" clean and fresh feel
      3. Dentist says my gums are so happy and healthy now, and plaque build-up is minimal and normal now
      4. Tooth wear has ceased
      5. I'm now properly replacing the head when told - I used to previously use brushes for far too long

      As I said, I was someone who thought they were a load of bollocks but now I swear by them - it has fixed my bad habits, brushing is so easy, dentist says my teeth and gums are fantastic now, and I can feel they are so much better.

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    Thanks OP. I've been wanting to get an electric Oral B toothbrush for a while now. Decided to take the plunge. Grabbed the black version. Cheers.

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    pulled the trigger, thanks for sharing!

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    Perfect timing, I've been holding out for a deal like this, and my current electric toothbrush is starting to fade after 4 good years.

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      I have been using my 500 for almost 9 years ! Time to upgrade

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    How does this compare to oral b pro 100 from Coles which are selling for $35 RRP $70.

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      This oscillates much faster

  • +2 votes

    Has anyone switched from $20 oral b precision and found enough benefits with higher end models like this one ? Just trying to understand if it is worth spending extra $

    Thanks

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      Can’t find it right now but have read an independent site that basically said to ensure a certain level of rotation that the cheapest models don’t do (but after a certain price point they all do).
      This is a good guide if you scroll to the how they tea and do you need to upgrade https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-electric-toothbrush/

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      Did you get any clarity? I'm in the same boat with my $20 oral b cheapy. Not sure what I'm going to get with one 10x the price

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        sorry could not find any specific details in terms of core functionality of the cheapy to compare with that of G9000

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          Finally found something at https://oralb.com/en-us/faq/what-is-the-difference-between-o...

          Oral-B Vitality Floss Action:2D cleaning action oscillates and rotates for better plaque removal than a regular manual toothbrush.

          Oral-B Pro 1000:3D Cleaning Action oscillates, rotates and pulsates to break up and remove more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush.

          I think the pulsating action is missing in the $20 one

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            @TheGreatBab: Nice finding. Well, I think I'll keep on without the pulsating and use the $150 elsewhere.

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      The $20 I believe has ni-cd battery which has usually 1 or so year of life. I have a nimh battery one that lasts 4 years and still going strong. This is Li-ion one I believe should last more than 4 years.

  • +1 vote

    This appears to be great value. I had moved from Oral B to the Philips Sonicare Daimond Clean toothbrush several years ago and have never looked back. I had a high end Oral B at the time also, I find their tech and cleaning techniques better. I wonder how this one compares as it appears to be significantly improved over the older but mid/high end Oral B I had at the time.

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    I first had a Philips Sonicare ($149 approx), the battery started to not hold a charge after about 6 months, had the handle replaced under warranty, same thing happened after another few months. Also Sonicare brush heads were very hard to find. Big W + HN always sold out.

    Changed to the Oral-B $25 one from Coles for the past few years. Powerful but doesn't have capacity to hold more than 2 days of charge which is annoying.

    Finally bought one of these, lets see how it goes.

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      Battery in these will give you about 2 weeks, much improved over the old ones.

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      Powerful but doesn't have capacity to hold more than 2 days of charge which is annoying.

      But don't you charge it after you use it every time?

      I've got the cheapy Coles one too but I'm not sure what I'm missing with this $150 one. How's yours going?

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    i really hate that even on the highest end model they refuse to include a standalone timer. i'm not gonna use an app everytime i brush my teeth but i'm so dependant on the timer on my older oralb toothbrushes.

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      this one vibrates every thirty seconds, and a long vibrate after 2 minutes. So you know exactly the correct length of brushing time is completed. I hope this helps. :)

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        Mine does that as well. I'm using a pro 5000. But I've grown accustomed to a visual aid and seeing the clock run down.

        I've done some research, the last iteration of the smart guide timer is Bluetooth enabled so it also connects with the 9000.

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    Thank OP, good deal. Looks like the next closest price is Chemist warehouse at $25 more.

  • +1 vote

    Just in case it helps anyone, you can buy new chassis from repair centers for around $80. I got the 9000 black for $80 + $10 for a charger.

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      Do you have a link? Thanks

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        You find a repair center/shop near you, go in, say you dropped your existing toothbrush and want to buy a replacement chassis. Done.

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          Cheers might give it a go once covid is over. Do you need to show proof you bought one before?

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      Have you got a link? The last deal which was posted on ozbargain is out of stock and went up to $98 for the handle only (from $78).. But the charger was more than $10

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        No link, I've tried twice in different cities and it's worked both times. Just anywhere that repairs oral b units.

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    Any links for the repair centres u can buy the refurbs
    Thanks op

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    I can confirm cashrewards worked with my order with a further discount off $4.74 😁😁

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      It might not pay though. Keep an eye on it.

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      omfg I forgot about cashrewards

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    Coupon not working for me. I assume it's over the first 300 orders now

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    If you have one of these toothbrushes.. Would it be advisable to also invest in a waterpik ultra? They are also on sale and I wasn't sure whether to get one or not. I'm horrible at flossing so I wasn't sure whether this would motivate me more or annoy me because of set up time, etc

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      just buy a $1.80 pack of this:
      https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/359883/all...

      not only does it make flossing easy and cheap, you can bring one around and get into a habit of flossing after each meal, which I do now.

      one piece lasts me for 3 days (6 meals, I don't eat brekkie) so each pack last me about 1/4 of a year.

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        Those things hurt my mouth.. They are too big and awkward

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    Got my toothbrush in the mail today. Just wondering if anyone's box had a sticker seal on it or if the toothbrush handle had plastic on it or came in plastic? My toothbrush handle seemed to have fingerprints on it and a small bug in it 😑

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      Finally received mine today, dispatched on the 21/4 14km away from me & Australia Post finally delivered it today, bunch of clowns.
      Box had no sticker seal on it, nor was the handle in plastic. A bit strange imo. Have yet to try it, currently charging.