This Oral-B Electric Toothbrush Is Now 60% off - and Has over 6,000 5 Star Reviews

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Looking to finally make the transition from manual to electric toothbrush, as 2021's Black Friday deals get going? If so, you are in luck – because a range of top-rated Oral-B products have already been discounted.

The one that's piqued WH's interest? The Oral-B Pro 3 300, which is now selling for £39.99, down from £99.99, which is a saving of 60%.

This model is Amazon's Choice for 'electric toothbrush for sensitive teeth' and is complete with 6,796 5 star reviews. You get Oral-B's signature round, oscillating head to clean your pearly whites and to remove plaque, while a visible gum pressure sensor will reduce your brushing speed if you brush too hard.

So, what's the take from people who have already tried this model? 'Oral-B in my opinion are the best electric toothbrushes you can buy, and this one reaffirmed my thoughts. Great toothbrush in a excellent little travel case.

'Once charged the battery is far better than the previous models and you can easy get a couple of weeks use between charges. The travel case is ideal for suitcase storage on the weekends away. The wireless charger is good although I would have liked the inclusion of the two pin adapter,' wrote one UK-based reviewer.

'Had a basic Oral B electric toothbrush and it was OK. Had it for four years and felt it was time for an upgrade. I didn't want one that was linked to a Smartphone as I share it (not the heads!) with my partner.

'This toothbrush is great, takes a variety of different heads and has two speeds, gentle for sensitive teeth and normal.

'The toothbrush also alerts you if you brush too hard. Really nothing to dislike and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a great toothbrush without all the fuss of the higher priced ones,' said another.

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