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Oral-B Vitality Toothbrush Including 2 Refills $20 @Target - 9 May - 16 May

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Not as good as previous $16 deal (http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/67131) but still great price. I believe that just 2 refills are retailing for ~$19 on their own.
I bought mine just last week from Big W for $27 :(

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    seems like a good deal - but, last time Target had a really good Oral-B deal, there were none to be found in my local store (Erina, NSW) and no one there knew anything about it - even though it was in the catalogue

    hopefully, this one will be better stocked

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      If not in stock, ask for a raincheck

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        No rainchecks.

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          wth why?

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          It says No Rainchecks in catalog!

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    Chemist Warehouse usually sells a 4-pack of heads for $22. If you don't need another toothbrush, this may be the better option to go.

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      Chemist warehouse actually on Mother's Day special now.
      I get the 3+1 pack of heads for $16~17

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    This is a good deal if it comes with the base. We use higher quality Oral-Bs here, but the base for this one recharges those and is much smaller. Also good for travel. I am a devotee of Oral-B and think they are one of the best investments you could possibly make. My first lasted over 10 years. I never got a comment about how I could brush better from the dental hygenist after buying an Oral-B. Previously, every time, I'd get the lecture. I am certain that it has more than paid for itself in dental costs avoided.

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      Shows mains cable to base in Target catalogue & photo above shows base.
      My base is broken, so a handy deal.

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    Not a bad deal, but it's worth noting that every Woolies store I've been to in the last fortnight has had these on a stand for the same price…well, $19.95 actually! ;)

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      Thanks! Will try Woolies tomorrow, and if unsuccessful - Target on Wednesday.

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      Even better if you can also get it from Woolies.
      When my old Oral-B died sudden death last week, I found them advertised for $24.95 @ Shaver Shop (on Westfield website). However, they claimed this was not authorised and the price in store is $34.95 (with supposed 10% discount). So I headed to the next cheapest - Big W. On the way there I checked one of the supermarkets but must have gone to Coles not Woolies :(

      Never mind, great price regardless where you end up buying it.
      And yes, it comes with smaller charge base (compared to previous Vitality).

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      Just checked my local Woolies: $40 (something like $39.95 can't remember exactly).
      They also had 2 pack Oral-B Precision refills for $20 ($19.95).

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        Yes $40 at Woolies tonight. Did price check. Oh well, Target tomorrow.

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    How does this compare to the other Triumph something Oral-B deal not long ago?

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      the triumph one is a much better toothbrush, but also more expensive.

      IMO if you can afford it spring for the triumph, it's a much better brushing experience

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        How so?

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          I don't know about the triumph, but AFAIK and experienced the better Oral B toothbrushes have higher and more consistent head speed. I got a Vitality for free and now only use it as my travel toothbrush. Just dont feel like you're getting anywhere. But then if you like using soft toothbrushes this might be up your alley.

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    In Brissie, 5 left at Buranda, none at Carindale (2pm today)

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    Just keep in mind guys, this is only for the Oral -B Vitality with the Precision Clean brush heads. Tried picking up the ones with the Pro-White and Sensitive Clean brush heads and found them to still be the normal price.

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    I bought mine 2 years ago during a Coles sale for $18.99, so this is a good deal. I just need to find cheap refills…aside from chemist warehouse anyone knows a better deal?