Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 Reviews
Product Type: Boots electric toothbrushes
Description:Brand: Boots / Short name: Boots 7600
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Customer Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 Reviews (4)
by - written on 20/06/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I've had a Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 for about six months now which I think is a fair timescale to give a balanced review. **Price and Availability** The Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 is, as you'd expect, sold only in Boots stores and online (a delivery charge applies or you can get free delivery to any store, even a Boots Chemist). The price is a very reasonable £12.99 and this includes two brush heads. **Looks** The Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 looks like any other rechargable toothbrush in styling, with a round brush head and a green rubber styling against the white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I have an electric toothbrush that cost me quite a lot of money, £100 or so, so when I go on holiday I do not take it away with me. Instead, for going away I bought a cheap Boots electric toothbrush so I don't have to worry about it if anything goes wrong with it. I have used an electric toothbrush now for a number of years and would never go back to a manual toothbrush. I love the way it cleans my teeth so well and makes them feel squeaky clean as well as over time making them a lot whiter than they used to be. an electric toothbrush is clinically proven to reduce plaque and gum problems more than manual brushing. I bought this electric toothbrush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
As an electric toothbrush virgin I did not want to spend loads of money on something that I was not sure I would be into. As such I opted for a relatively cheap version for my first outing and purchased Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 for £12. The first thing I would say is that I was surprised to find that the toothbrush charger was not a 3 pin plug, it just never occurred to me that it would have a shaver type power source so I had to have a hunt around for an adaptor to charge the brush up. Maybe I am just stupid but thought I can't be the only one not to know this so would mention it. The brush needs to be charged for 24 hours before use and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/11 (Very useful, 10 readings)
I have always preferred the clean feel of an Electric Tootbrush as oppose to the standard devices and the latest brush I have been using was this device I picked up from my local Boots store. I usually stick the bigger name specialist brands but decided that after reading positive reviews I would give the cheaper Boots Expert 7600 a chance. And it has proven to be a decision well worth taking! This cost me a mere £12.99 and has proven to be better, more refreshing and give a more thorough clean that brushes that cost up to 6 times the price. I am more than happy with this purchase and this will be my chosen brand of toothbrush from now on. The ... Read the complete review
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