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Oral-B Dual Clean Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads Refill, 3 Count $13.99

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[Amazon.ca] Oral-B Dual Clean Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads Refill, 3 Count $13.99

Was: $20.95
Price: $13.99 ($4.66 / count) One-Day
You Save: $6.96 (33%)
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Newbie
Aug 4, 2019
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hold up, is it cheaper in general to buy the oral-b head refills on amazon? i thought i got a deal when i bought them for $21 at shoppers lol
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Feb 6, 2019
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Niagara Region
Great deal, thanks OP, in for Subscribe & Save!
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Oct 30, 2006
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$4.66 each before S&S.

Costco has the CrossAction MaxClean at 9 for $39.99: $4.44 each. Different type.
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Anyone know what they usually go for at Costco?
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peakingduck wrote: Anyone know what they usually go for at Costco?
9-pack for $49.99 regular price.

It's on sale in-store for $39.99 ($4.44 each) or you can order online for $44.99 ($4.99 each).
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Apr 24, 2017
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how do the chinese knockoffs compare? i bought a 20 pack for $15 but i haven't gotten a chance of using them yet.
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Dec 26, 2014
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What are these ones like compared to the other options? I've only ever used the single round head varieties, not this dual clean/head kind.
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Sicklyslick wrote: how do the chinese knockoffs compare? i bought a 20 pack for $15 but i haven't gotten a chance of using them yet.
If you like recycled Chinese plastic breaking off and disintegrating in your mouth at 20,000RPM, go ahead. These are one of those things where you don't want anything to do with the Chinese knockoff AND should pay for the real deal (which are usually Made in Ireland)
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Sicklyslick wrote: how do the chinese knockoffs compare? i bought a 20 pack for $15 but i haven't gotten a chance of using them yet.
I mean, you tell us.
0 tolerance for BS.

If I downvote, chances are it's less about the deal, and more about OP's inability to take criticism and constantly favoring their deal due to their ego.

A fool and his money are soon parted.
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Sep 10, 2004
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Thanks OP. Ordered 2pkgs of Sensitive Gum Care Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads.
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Aug 13, 2015
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pewlykertor wrote: One is sold&shipped by Amazon the other is sold by 3rd party & fulfilled by Amazon.

CCC shows ATL so is it a hot deal?
karawaii wrote: What's the difference between OP link and this one down here?

Oral-B Dual Clean Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads Refill, 3 Count https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B008KXORMQ/ref ... K8C0EAKSQN
I ended up buying the 3D ones 2 days ago when I noticed the price. Do you know if we can trust a 3rd party seller to sell genuine stuff on Amazon? Lots of knock offs that look like the genuine stuff.
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ProfessorChaos wrote: If you like recycled Chinese plastic breaking off and disintegrating in your mouth at 20,000RPM, go ahead. These are one of those things where you don't want anything to do with the Chinese knockoff AND should pay for the real deal (which are usually Made in Ireland)
I am sorry if that happened to you, but my experience has been rather good with "cheap" generic brush heads. I've never had any plastic breaking, nor any of the bristles falling out for that matter.

I've been using the generic philips sonicare brush heads for years now. Swap them out every 3 months with a fresh one. I've obviously used the authentic ones which came with my toothbrush, and honestly I see no real difference between the two.

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