Summary: Very good experience and enjoyed the use of it. Was not harsh on the teeth or gums but only negative factor is not usable to clean tongue. Had to use my old tooth brush to clean tongue as the size of the end was too small and soft. Prefer harsher head to clean tongue.
Excerpt: About a year ago I decided that I wanted an electric toothbrush, and I went for something that was quite cheap because well I didn’t want to spend too much money on it – but I wish I’d actually made the effort to spend more money before buying one to be honest.
Excerpt: When it came to replacing my previous electric toothbrush, I opted for this "dual-clean" model when I spotted it on sale for around £15, which I felt was a reasonable price for an Oral-B product. It was the cheapest in the range at the time.
Pros: "2 minute timer", "Universal fitting for different heads", "Good value"
Cons: "Could hold charge longer", "Gets grubby", "Didn't like the dual clean head"
Excerpt: After a bit if research this came up as a really good electric toothbrush. As it was on half price I bought 2 for my teenage kids who love them . Very impressed and has all the features of a much more expensive brush.
I have found the second brush useful for travelling
Ss Johnstone "MrPositive", Amazon
21 October 2014
Summary: To be honest I didn't want the toothbrush but it was cheaper to buy the whole thing than the charger on its own. Having said that, I have found the second brush useful for travelling. The brush is a bit noisy and chunky, I use an advanced model and definitely feel the difference.
Excerpt: I've been using a manual toothbrush for the past few years, and knew I was doing an quot;okayquot; job. I switched to this one just a few weeks ago, and the improvement on both my teeth and gums has been amazing. I honestly wish I'd paid attention to the adverts earlier.