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[Amazon.ca] Oral-B Pro-Health Dual Clean Power Toothbrush $10.46 after coupon.

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[Amazon.ca] Oral-B Pro-Health Dual Clean Power Toothbrush $10.46 after coupon.

It has been $15.46 all year but clip the $5 coupon to get this toothbrush for $10.46, not bad for a basic power toothbrush.

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00MBAD7SO
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The good thing about these are it takes 2 AA, so you don't have to worry about replacing the internal ones like on higher models. I have 3+ Oral-B with built in and after a few years, the battery is near dead. They're not exactly easy to change too. Some require soldering.
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Dec 23, 2008
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great price! thx op!
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Aug 31, 2008
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Can only order one at a time to get coupon on each? Which means need prime for free shipping? Thx
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Jan 16, 2017
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Did it twice on seperate orders
Both had $5 off
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Lol, I ordered and now I see the following: Oral-B Power Pro-Health Gum Care, Battery Powered Toothbrush $9.97 - is there a difference between what this thread is about and this one?

Either way, thanks OP
Last edited by sheriffabc on Dec 2nd, 2020 11:37 pm, edited 1 time in total.
[OP]
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sheriffabc wrote: clipped the coupon but price still shows $15.46! Am I missing something?
Proceed to checkout and the price should become $10.46.
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Jan 28, 2007
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I purchased one and signed for for the Prime trial...
It gave a $5 "prime credit" after purchase.
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I signed for Prime Trial also - saved on shipping. Didn't get any additional credit, just the $5 for clipping the coupon.
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Jul 18, 2018
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Ordered 1 too...didn't need one...bt still..rfd effect...buy first think later;-)
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What the main difference between this and high end models like iO 9? (Putting the fanciness aside) is there any difference in working mechanism of the head?
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Pouyanem wrote: What the main difference between this and high end models like iO 9? (Putting the fanciness aside) is there any difference in working mechanism of the head?
As an owner of the higher end model, go with the basic one. They have bluetooth and an absolutely useless app. The nice feature is the pressure warning so you don't press too hard.
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Jul 3, 2020
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sheriffabc wrote: Lol, I ordered and now I see the following: Oral-B Power Pro-Health Gum Care, Battery Powered Toothbrush $9.97 - is there a difference between what this thread is about and this one?

Either way, thanks OP
the difference is that it ships in 1-2 months
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Pouyanem wrote: What the main difference between this and high end models like iO 9? (Putting the fanciness aside) is there any difference in working mechanism of the head?
This one uses the same technology as that found in the 10000 (and below) series.

IO 9 uses a completely different technology (+ very different and very expensive refills!). As someone who owns both the 7000 series (+ wife uses 8000 series) and the IO 9, I vastly prefer the IO 9.

The app has some fancy "reward badges" which act as decent motivation for me to brush twice (I used to just skimp on night brushing and stuck with Listerine - now I combine both brush + Listerine to my routine) while the app also shows which section of your teeth you've brushed (it can be a little bit iffy but I just brush a little bit longer over the areas it is incorrect about) while I love the "challenges" as well which have made me use other brush modes (such as Whitening or Tongue Cleaning) which I never/rarely used on my old brush.

Is it worth the difference in price? No, absolutely not! But is it a good product? Oh yeah, it's a great product!

I would've never brought it for the $350+ it costs in retail but for the ~$150 after-tax that I paid for it? Its been an excellent purchase in my opinion
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kooltilltheen wrote: This one uses the same technology as that found in the 10000 (and below) series.

IO 9 uses a completely different technology (+ very different and very expensive refills!). As someone who owns both the 7000 series (+ wife uses 8000 series) and the IO 9, I vastly prefer the IO 9.

The app has some fancy "reward badges" which act as decent motivation for me to brush twice (I used to just skimp on night brushing and stuck with Listerine - now I combine both brush + Listerine to my routine) while the app also shows which section of your teeth you've brushed (it can be a little bit iffy but I just brush a little bit longer over the areas it is incorrect about) while I love the "challenges" as well which have made me use other brush modes (such as Whitening or Tongue Cleaning) which I never/rarely used on my old brush.

Is it worth the difference in price? No, absolutely not! But is it a good product? Oh yeah, it's a great product!

I would've never brought it for the $350+ it costs in retail but for the ~$150 after-tax that I paid for it? Its been an excellent purchase in my opinion
Wow! Where and how did you get the iO 9 for $150?

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