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[Costco] Oral-B Professional Care 2000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, 2-pack $94.99

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[Costco] Oral-B Professional Care 2000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, 2-pack $94.99

89.99$ in store for a pack of 2.

same price than black friday price. i believe its the cheapest price.

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Bought them for the same price last year. It's a great deal and a definite step up from the Vitality family.
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Waterproof and ergonomic electric handle

I hope it is waterproof lol.
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dalex100 wrote: Waterproof and ergonomic electric handle

I hope it is waterproof lol.
i have used mine for 6 months, being left in the shower daily. So far it is waterproof.
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They have plenty in stock in Markham East (Markham Rd and 14th Ave) at the sale price $89.99.

I picked it up at regular price last week, and I didn't have time to get it price adjusted as I was on my way out last night around 8:20.

Will go back today or tomorrow to get the $30 back.
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Toothpaste really builds up on the base over time with these.
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l4rate wrote: Toothpaste really builds up on the base over time with these.
After each use, I remove the head, rinse it well, then clean the top of the tootbrush with my hand towel.
Also, don't put too much toothpaste. Toothpaste all the way of the brush, juste like in the publicity = huge waste. I put 1/4 (if not 1/5) of that with no problem. To all, it's the brushing that does the main job for your health care, not the tootpaste.

That being said, too bad it's not the 3000 model. Looking for a deal on that one.
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Anyone know how these hold up vs the Philips Sonicare Diamondcleans?
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peter330 wrote: Anyone know how these hold up vs the Philips Sonicare Diamondcleans?
I can’t speak for the Diamondcleans specifically but these hold up better than similarly priced Sonicare.
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SPARTACVS wrote: After each use, I remove the head, rinse it well, then clean the top of the tootbrush with my hand towel.

That being said, too bad it's not the 3000 model. Looking for a deal on that one.
A couple iterations ago they had the 3000 (with bluetooth) packaged up like these and a bunch of us got them for the same price. Last time I saw them in-store it seemed to be only the 2000s.
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l4rate wrote: Toothpaste really builds up on the base over time with these.
Uh that's what flouride does. It's a mineral and it's in large quantities in toothpaste. Just the regular minerals in tap water is what contributes to "limescale" on your faucets/showers elsewhere in the house, of course flouride is going to build up quickly on toothbrushes. You'll need to clean that every once in a while, sure.
virgonomic wrote: A couple iterations ago they had the 3000 (with bluetooth) packaged up like these and a bunch of us got them for the same price. Last time I saw them in-store it seemed to be only the 2000s.
Yeah I was always waiting for that to come back but no such luck. All that happened was Oral-B must have run short on 2000s and started putting in 3000s in the boxes for a short time, which is how people lucked out. The only difference is BT anyway so not sure it's worth worrying about.
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Have had these for around 6 months after my Sonicare broke. Only complaints is that the battery doesn't last as long as Sonicare, charge lasts around ~1.5 weeks where the Sonicare lasted around 3-4 I think. Also doesn't feel as premium/well built as the Sonicare I had (not sure what model, was the 2 pack from Costco). Cleans well, can't really tell a difference between the two brands

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