Works out to be $3.54/ head refill. Looks like a decent price - check price history: https://au.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B0017HYQJQ
50 cents a head on AliExpress
How do they compare to generic ones on kogan or elsewhere?
I mean at the end of the day they're all just brushes right? Am I just paying a premium for the brand?
depends if you trust their quality or not. We're told to throw out toothbrushes for two reason, the stiffness of the head changes and bacteria starts to grow.
I personally use only brand name brushes as I've tried to use generics but they seem to be harder, making me weary for my gum line.
I did light googling out of curiosity and IMO they're all the same (besides really crappy 'fakes') but just bought from woolies anyways
Strange…I don't see any S&S option?
Damn, sold out the moment I logged in
Honestly you could just buy the 8 pack and have it for $3.74/head than $3.90/head in this deal. Even at $3.50/head with s&s just doesn't feel worth it either for the Precision Clean heads.
Though I found this and it seems that you can buy genuine heads in packs of 16 for $62 w/ free delivery. Best of all you can choose the non-Precision Clean heads (Floss Action and 3D White) which all come to $62 ($3.87/head) - same pricing as a pack of 16 Precision Clean heads.
Link to the page
Precision clean heads are not cheaper than other variants normally as it sounds like from your comment. I like them - the other type I have tried is Sensitive but they are too soft for my liking.
I can't really agree with that. For example on Shaver Shop it seems to be more expensive when looking at the 10 pack (at full price) being $62.49 compared to $80 for a mixed version of 10 non-precision clean heads. Even on Amazon buying a 2 count of Precision Clean comes to $14 (again at full price) whereas it can range between $14-17 for the other types.
- Gum Care 2 heads for $17 at full price
- Floss Action 2 heads for $17 at full price
- Sensitive Clean 2 heads for $14 at full price
But then again it all comes down to what you prefer. I'm just saying that normally I see these being cheaper and hence feel like they're the 'base model' with the other variations catering to specific needs which may be better depending on your needs.