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[Walmart, Amazon] Oral-B Genius 8000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush $99.96 (Lowest price ever)

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[Walmart, Amazon] Oral-B Genius 8000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush $99.96 (Lowest price ever)

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The Oral-B Genius 8000 is advertised for $119.96 in the Walmart flyer (same as Amazon), however it is showing up as $99.96 online at Walmart. Black and rose gold available.
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/oral-b-gen ... 0196364558

Update: now same price at Amazon (black only) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01KTII3DS/ref ... RydWU&th=1

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Price in title please~ Is this an all time low?
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Thanks OP! Originally picked up the Oral B 6000 for this price, will be returning it once when the 8000 arrives!
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Can I stop visiting the dentist if I get this?
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Thank op, other than the fluff does anyone know if the mechanics of the tooth brushes are all the same between this one and a 6000 for example. Am I just paying more for the gimmicky things thank you
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cheapmeister wrote: Can I stop visiting the dentist if I get this?
You can stop going to the dentist even if you get a $0.99 manual brush.

In all seriousness, a good dentist checks a lot more than just making sure your teeth are clean, but to each their own.

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In4mer514 wrote: Thank op, other than the fluff does anyone know if the mechanics of the tooth brushes are all the same between this one and a 6000 for example. Am I just paying more for the gimmicky things thank you
The biggest two things you're getting with this over a 7000 (which is what I have - I'm presuming 6000 is similar to 7000) are a Li-Ion battery (significantly better than the NiMh battery in the 7000) and a travel case with 120-240v charger (so you can actually charge your brush without a transformer when abroad)
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kooltilltheen wrote: The biggest two things you're getting with this over a 7000 (which is what I have - I'm presuming 6000 is similar to 7000) are a Li-Ion battery (significantly better than the NiMh battery in the 7000) and a travel case with 120-240v charger (so you can actually charge your brush without a transformer when abroad)
I have the inexpensive electric brush which goes on sale for $19 or $24 at times. Apart from the battery and charger, could you say what the actual physical differece is when using a higher end/higher cost electric brush? Do you actually notice a difference?
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Thanks OP! In for 1! Will be my first electric toothbrush!
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I don't like how you have to use your phone as the mirror screen now. My older 8000 came with its own screen.
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These were $134.99 at Shoppers - ended up picking one up as part of my $400 redemption. Looking forward to using it.
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denhammer wrote: I have the inexpensive electric brush which goes on sale for $19 or $24 at times. Apart from the battery and charger, could you say what the actual physical differece is when using a higher end/higher cost electric brush? Do you actually notice a difference?
Well I only have the 7000 (which is fairly high end anyways)...I did have a cheap Oral B electric toothbrush ages ago though and from what I remember, it certainly wasn't anywhere near as powerful as the 7000 (you could feel the difference while brushing). 7000 has a lot of gimmicks personally (8000 probably has even more) but it also does the basics very well imo - for under 100 bucks, I would personally buy it every time instead of a 20 bucks cheap Oral B but that might be just me...
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kooltilltheen wrote: The biggest two things you're getting with this over a 7000 (which is what I have - I'm presuming 6000 is similar to 7000) are a Li-Ion battery (significantly better than the NiMh battery in the 7000) and a travel case with 120-240v charger (so you can actually charge your brush without a transformer when abroad)
The 6000 uses a lithium battery but I don’t think the 7000 does

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