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Xiaomi Oclean X Pro Elite Smart Toothbrush w/ 8 Blindzone Detection & Wireless QC + 3 Brush Heads US$55.64 (~A$73.52) @ Banggood

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Why spend $300 on Oral B or Philips when you get more and better value with Oclean?

The latest and greatest toothbrush from Oclean. The previous model was highly rated by fellow Ozbargainers. The new model has further improved with key differences:

  • Ultra Quiet with Quiet Mark certification (operating noise lower than 45 dB)
  • Wireless Quick Charging (compatible with QI wireless chargers - 35 day battery life per charge)
  • OS Upgrade
  • Intelligent wake-up (pickup to wake)
  • Nano Hydrophobic Layer Technology

Similar to the previous model:

  • Intelligent touch, allows you to customize your brushing plan on your toothbrush and check product information for the toothbrush
  • 8 zone blind spot detection, 30 second zone reminders, 2-3 minutes brushing time
  • Electric cleaning and brushing, magnetic levitation brushless motor has a maximum brushing force of 220 gf.cm, and a maximum speed of 42,000 rpm
  • The results of the brushing are displayed graphically on the dental model through the touch screen.
  • Four customizable brushing modes, with adjustable 32-level intensity
  • A newly-added sensitive mode for people with sensitive gums, to avoid hurting their gums while brushing
  • APP provides brushing analysis reports, and can push custom modes to the toothbrush
  • DuPont Diamond brush filaments, with tongue scraper on the back of the toothbrush
  • IPX7 Waterproof Rating

Fancy promo vid

Ships from CN (GWTR) warehouse (1-2 week delivery).

Please note the product is in stock and ready to ship, starting April 1st (as I confirmed with the rep).

The listing has a few errors.. please disregard the July 4 or April 7 shipping time.

Title price includes GST and shipping, and is based on current Mastercard rate.

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  • +2 votes

    As per my previous comments, this is one of the smartest buys you can make. I want to start a movement to ban all Philips Diamond Clean deals from this site as compared to these more superior brushes you could almost consider it a financial crime to buy one.

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    I wonder if the Elite model is any better than the X Pro as it was only recently released.

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      definitely is - in terms of the upgraded battery, charging and other features. I think both share a similar motor. Same 42000rpm and 32 intensity levels, but the Elite one now runs so much quieter. The x pro is already really good and underrated, this just steps up the game even more.

      plus, the new colour looks so nice imo

      if anyone wants to see a hands on vid, here's one in Polish

      the noise difference is very noticeable

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        damn that sound from elite is so much different.
        but colour is meh….. white ? so old…. thanks to apple now is the era of pink gold

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          its like a greyish white - looks nice to me

          I heard from other people that the toothpaste makes the other coloured toothbrush (especially blue) look…. not so nice lol

          check this

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            @skido: Doesn't take much to wipe it clean after every use. Currently using a black diamondclean and the other half has a pink. Looks schmick on the counter.

            Hers is making an awful racket now and mine is starting to get a bit loud too, so ordered a pair anyway, but would have been nice if there was another colour option.

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    I heard the touch screen is really sensitive, accidently activates while brushing. How annoying does it get truthfully?

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      I suppose it will depend on how you hold the brush. I've never held my toothbrush that high up but some might?

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      even if its sensitive, activating the screen while brushing doesn't do anything. You need to press the button to stop before you can do anything else.

      it doesnt seem too sensitive actually

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    Well I'd rather go with Braun, even it's going to cost double the price. I want good after service, esp. even if this or any other product from Banggood got shipped from Australian warehouse you'd get support asking you to return it to China or wherever.

    • +1 vote

      fair. For something like personal hygiene products, they wont ask you to return and will most likely just offer a replacement. You can always contact banggood rep on ozbargain if there are any issues

      edit: 1 year warranty on these according to rep

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        Thanks, good to know :)

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    Thank you. Just ordered :) I didn't select ship from CN so it's showing as shipping from GWTR.. I'm not sure if I've shot myself in the foot there.

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      code only works on GWTR (which is another warehouse based in China) so you're all good

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    Just ordered, great timing.
    I am currently still using my Philips Diamond Clean, even if the vibration is diminished due to a design flaw (as claimed by a fellow user on a previous post), because I still have one brush head left. Even at the roughly 50% off rrp I paid for it, I see now that it was overpriced for what it is.

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      I noticed the vibrations die down when the battery is low. Charge it up and it vibrates strongly.

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    Any recommendations for a simple, durable sonic toothbrush? I’m finding one for my dad, he pressed too hard and his DiamondClean died 2 times in 9 months, no prob with warranty but we still look for a replacement.

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    How much is the replacement brushes?

    • +2 votes

      around $10 AUD for 2 on banggood. I can try arrange a deal on the brush heads. just let me know when y'all need more brush heads

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        I need more brushes lol

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      I ordered the one with 3 free heads. I'm guessing this will take the se Dupont heads that my current Oclean X does.

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    Damn it I only ordered a X Pro 2 weeks ago for that price from Banggood! Hasn't even arrived yet :(

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    I take it this one is a massive upgrade from Oral-B Vitality?

    https://learn.oralb.com.au/en-au/products/vitality-precision...

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      110% lol

      7600 rpm on oral b vitality vs 42000 rpm on oclean x pro models

      1 intensity level vs 32 intensity levels

      3 day battery vs 35 day battery

      • +5 votes

        They're different actions (oscillating vs sonic) so comparing RPM is useless.

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    How does this compare to the mid-high range Oral B? Been using one for years, and its starting to wear out. Wondering about the durability of this and cleaning performance.

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      the oclean model is really comparable to the Philips diamond clean which retails for over $300.

      oral b mid-high range model (around $150 rrp) only offers:

      9900rpm vs 42000rpm on oclean
      2 brushing levels vs 32 intensity levels

      no blind zone detection (doesnt show you a map of your mouth and the areas you missed)
      no interactive led screen
      not smart - cant link with phone and track usage
      doesnt offer customised brushing plans

      oclean offers the above

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        I'm more concerned with the way they clean, oscillating vs side to side/sonic.

        Conclusion: An advanced oscillating-rotating power toothbrush produced substantial, statistically superior reductions in plaque and gingivitis via multiple outcome measures compared to a new sonic toothbrush after both four weeks and 12 weeks of tooth brushing.

        source: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24282870/

        edit: seems that one of the researcher in that study is an employee of Procter & Gamble (Oral B) but the rest arent.

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          the info is quite conflicting.. dentists recommend sonic. for i.e.

          https://www.bluebackdental.com/electric-toothbrush-vs-sonic-...

          it makes sense that a higher rpm toothbrush would clean your teeth better, as theres simply just more power

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            @skido: Yeah honestly, its hard to know which study are truly unbiased as it can largely depend on the company funding the study.

            I dont think it necessarily have to do with power. With me, its super important for me that the near the gum line feels completely clean, and for a tooth brush that you're supposed to just hold in place on a tooth for 1-2sec before you move onto the next, it makes sense for me that the head that rotates will clean better than ones that simply moves side to side.

            That said, I haven't tried the side to side ones, so I might take the plunge and give it a go. Hopefully I wont be disappointed.

            edit: I'm no dental expert but I might also add that more power doesn't necessarily mean its better either. If it is too harsh, you risk potentially damaging your tooth's enamel especially in the long term. Again, I might be blowing smoke here so correct me if I'm wrong.

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              @buckethat: I have Oral B 3000 from memory. Works very well compared to standard brushing (which I also still do every few days). I suppose one could have one of these and compare but extra bathroom space needed. They will all do a good job as long as time is spend brushing correctly morning and night…….even a non electric brush works fine. Electric just makes it easier.
              As for all the fancy bluetooth stuff and fancy features. Meh!

    • +1 vote

      Going to be interesting, as I currently use a Oral B iO, had the Oral B 8000, Colgate A1500, SOOCAS X3, Philips Diamondclean and Flexcare+ and Flexcare Platinum…

      Of the counter-oscillation, pretty much anything from the Oral B Pro 2/2000 and up will be comparable to the higher models (other than extra brushing modes). Of the sonic toothbrushes, I found the DC/F+/FP were all fairly comparable (it was all the accessories that differentiated them), and the SOOCAS was pretty good. The Colgate A15000 was way too traumatic to the gums, even with a sensitive head.

      Comparing counter-oscillation to sonic, I feel they both are used differently and can give a good clean. Compared to how so many of my patients are with a manual tb, I don't give a fig which electric tb they get as long as it has a pressure sensor and a reasonably good motor - the marketing for this toothbrush implies it does have an auto adjustment when too much pressure is applied, so now it remains to be seen how effective the toothbrush itself is.

      I'm keen on trying this so I've ordered direct from OClean… the copious amounts of typos though is keeping my expectations low!

      • +1 vote

        Would love to get an update on what you think of it once you've tried it, I'm assuming you're a dental professional based on your comment.

        Personally going to stick with oscillation, I just cant imagine how sonic would really clean better. I don't have issues with pressure, I think I'm generally good with how I handle my electric tooth brush, I basically just let it rest on my gum/tooth at a 45 degree angle and apply just the slightest amount of pressure.

        • +5 votes

          So… I actually kind of like it, as a toothbrush. I'd say it's a good choice for anyone who has the room to use this effectively, which means for those patients who still have their wisdom teeth or small mouths or tight cheeks/lips, I'd still be recommending a counter-oscillation - the benefit of a c-o toothbrush is they can sit the brush in position and allow it to brush, whilst sonic brushes like this one still require you to have some space to move it in circles. This also means people who have reduced dexterity (children, elderly) and those with less than ideal technique (here's looking at you, 95% of my patients!) should probably stick with a counter-oscillation if they're not going to take the time to learn how to use the Modified Bass technique. For patients who HATE the feeling of a counter-oscillation, then this is a reasonable compromise.

          For me, I no longer have my wisdom teeth and had extraction orthodontic treatment, so there's plenty of space for me to use this brush. As far as technique goes… um, I'm a dental clinician, I'd better know how to brush my teeth. >_>;

          Pressure settings are ok, I'm yet to bump it up to where it will warn me I'm pressing too hard, but we'll get there.

          The charger does get a bit warm, but the rubber cover comes off and you can charge your Qi enabled device on it, which is cool.

          Unlike the top model in Philips and Oral-B, the travel case is not a charging case (boo!), but the actual charger is so slim it's not a huge deal, aaaand the expected battery life means most people won't need to charge whilst on a normal length trip - if you're travelling that long that you need to charge, I suspect you'll have the baggage space to carry the very slim pad. It has a USB A end, and you are to provide your own AC adapter (probably wise, given the global market).

          Everything is packaged quite slickly, and the travel case does feel quite solid, unlike the case that came with a recent Colgate 500R (given to me as a sample) which was very cheap and plasticky. The brush itself does feel of reasonable heft, less heavy than a Diamondclean and Oral B 9000/iQ/iO, but definitely more than the Colgate 500R. The Oclean X Pro Elite has NOT irritated my gums unlike the 500R or A1500 (and I used the sensitive heads and gentle mode on both of those!).

          The steriliser unfortunately is mounted with some 3M doublesided tape, so I am concerned about retrieval when I no longer want it mounted on my wall/glass. I'll have to look into an alternative. The mount is detachable from the actual device so you can take it down and recharge it, but you still have the mount on your wall. The wall mount for the brush itself is also doublesided tape.

          The English used in the app is… man, they could do better, but I don't know what I expected when I browsed their website.

          The firmware that was on my brush was 1.0.0.26 and there's an available update to .27, which I actually rolled back (possible with the default app).
          The .26 firmware lets you change pressure and duration on the brush itself, and it looks like if you want to do it from the app it's a bit of a hassle in the plan section.

          All in all, I think given the price (sub 100AUD delivered), this is a reasonably worthwhile purchase for those who hate counter-oscillation. I'd still recommend an Oral B 4000 for most of my patients, as it hits a similar price point (currently $99 at several bricks and mortar stores, though I think only ShaverShop includes a travel case), and the heads are easily purchasable (1/2 price happens a fair bit at Colesworth, I'm told).

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            @kwchaz: Thanks for the update!

            I ended up going with the Oral-B 9000 deal for $129 that came on DJ & Amazon a day after this one and I'm glad I did. Upgraded from an older unit with NiMH battery. I can't imagine that the non OC toothbrush would clean as well.. so I think I'll be sticking with Oral B for the foreseeable future.

          • +1 vote

            @kwchaz: Thanks for all this info and explaining sonic vs oscillating. I had no idea!
            Would you say Electricteeth is also a good source for reviews etc?

            • +1 vote

              @Dacs: Eh, it's certainly worth reading them but also consider half the products can't really be purchased easily in Australia.

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    Any deal that includes the travel case?

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      you can choose the travel case instead of the three replacements. there's a few different styles

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        Yep just realised.

        I just ordered the X Pro a month ago which is still in its box … so annoying. I've had like every Oclean toothbrushes.

        I'm trying to resist.

        EDIT:

        There aren't any X Pro Elite brush heads available to buy separately?

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          I believe the x pro and x pro elite use the same brush heads (only difference is just the colour)

  • +6 votes

    Cheaper on the official site for the toothbrush + case + 2 heads:

    https://www.oclean.com/pages/oclean-x-pro-elite?mc_cid=da37f...

    Hope they let me cancel.

    •  

      It was just the brush last night when this deal was posted for USD59.99. Damn.

    •  

      Nice spot. Would have preferred the case for USD4.35 more instead of extra brush with BG…

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      As far as I can see it's still a few dollars cheaper on bang good before the additional 5% cash back. Plus I didn't checkout to see how much postage is with Oclean. If it's free poatage then maybe the deal is as good as you get slightly better accessories. Plus if you want to buy more accessories then it could work out better.

      • +1 vote

        just checked out on Oclean's site. It's free shipping so a proper deal

      • +1 vote

        It's free shipping direct from Oclean.

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      Thanks for pointing it out. Ordered direct.

    • +1 vote

      I cancelled the BG order and bought from official site. Received email stating i got free sterilizer along with 2 heads + case. Score!

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        What time of the day did you order? Wondering when the free sterilizer allotment resets

        • +1 vote

          Ordered 28th March evening received free steriliser email 31st March. Mine ended up in Junk mail. Their promo page now indicates free steriliser without limitation so they must have changed it

  • +3 votes

    For comparison, prices of other models on the Oclean site in AUD:
    Oclean F1 $27.00
    Oclean Air 2 $34.00
    Oclean Z1 $46.00
    Oclean X $58.00
    Oclean X Pro $60.00

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    Who has cancelled their order from BG and ordered the one with case + 2 heads on official oclean site? Not sure if i can be bothered but if it's straight forward to cancel BG order then i might do it..

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    Does anyone know if it run like Diamondclean (vibration) or an Oral B (spin)?
    I used Oral B for years, bought a Diamondclean but didn't like it too much.
    By the look of it, it seems like a Diamondclean more than an Oral B…….

    Thanks!

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      its a sonic toothbrush so similar to diamondclean

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        Thats such a shame as I am not a fan of the vibration :(

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    Still using the Xiaomi SOOCAS X3 after 3+ years. Worth the change?

  • +1 vote

    I placed my order on the 30th and it still is in processing. Has anyone’s order been shipped yet? Might be quicker to cancel and order from official site at this rate

    • +1 vote

      I think all orders either placed from Banggood or oficial site will only be shipped after the 6th of April. It's preorder.

      You might consider cancelling it. Official site is giving free bonus Steriliser https://www.oclean.com/pages/oclean-x-pro-elite

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      i contact online chat, was told restock after 6th April.
      i also ordered one from offical site and got email confirmed to be shipped on 6th April

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        Thanks mate. I couldn’t be bothered canceling and ordering from official site. Bad move it seems as it still hasn’t been shipped from BG yet..

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          it's shipped out on 7th from official site, while banggood one was told estimate 2 wks later

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            @AlexTeng: just checked my banggood order this morning , it states ETA July2021! i immediately arranged an order cancellation.

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    Not even sure my official oclean order is dispatched yet and I ordered 28th March. They've provided tracking but saids 'Shipment information received'.

    •  

      I ordered through Oclean.. It's been sitting idle at PFL Logistics warehouse in sydney for 2 days now.
      Their reviews on google doesn't sound promising at all :(

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        Oh snap.. I put my Parcel Locker as postal address.. :/ Got to inform them of correct address now if it doesn't go through AP…

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          Haha good luck with that 😅
          Buggers don’t even answer calls. Not a surprise considering ho bad their ratings are. But try to email them. That’s the only way you can get a response from em.

          P.s - 100% it isn’t going through AusPost

          • +1 vote

            @Siddo90: They've updated to my new address and said 'Because of the new crown epidemic now, there are some delays in order' 😅

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      My official oclean order arrived today, regional VIC.

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        congrats, my official one also cleared custom and hope to be delievered soon.
        but my banggood one is still waiting restock, bad

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    anyone shipped out from banggood? really disappointed they just told me out of stock and let me wait 1 week after another.

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    will never believe banggood again, it's still not shipped and keep asking me waiting 2-3 weeks, and repeat

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      hello, I will follow this up with the rep. can you please PM me your order number?

      click on my name, and click "start a conversation"

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        i had just cancelled because there's no estimate date, was told by online agent